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Bloodline

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  • Posted March 28, 2009

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    This is a superb romantic fantasy thriller

    When Lilith awakens, she feels confused as to where she is, how she got there, and why she is nude. Although it is cold at dusk, she feels no discomfort except for her emotional bewilderment. Somehow she knows to walk to Ethan's nearby ranch though she has no idea why that feels right or how she knows the property is near.-----------------

    Ethan, who was falling in love with her when they were prisoners, informs Lilith that she like him is a vampire trained by the top secret CIA Division of Paranormal Investigations as a killing operative. Also like him, she escaped from the Farm, the DPI's top-secret facility. DPI brass wants both brought in from the cold while Lilith feels an obsessive need to free others from the Farm.------------------

    This is a superb romantic fantasy thriller starring two likable legendary escapees struggling to survive as anyone who kills either of them becomes an instant legend and anyone who brings one of them in from the cold to the CIA owns the "farm". The story line is fast-paced, but driven by the lead couple who knows the danger they confront especially if they try to assault the Farm. Maggie Shayne's fans will relish this fun fantasy thriller as Lilith and Ethan fall in love while taking the fight to the DPI.-----------------------

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2013

    Savannah go to

    Incomplete and find the book called incomplete text

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  • Posted July 13, 2012

    The only complaint I could have with this book is that it ended

    The only complaint I could have with this book is that it ended so abruptly. I wanted more with these characters but was still satisfied with the story line. It stays true to all the other books in this series and is yet another enjoyable work by Maggie Shayne

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  • Posted December 14, 2009

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    Oh Yeah

    I maybe a little biased because I love everything Maggie Shayne writes, so this book is no different. I have read something else similar to this story however. I think a lot of paranormal storylines are not so different but what makes one outweigh another is how the author creates the characters. This book is certainly one of those. This is going to be a great new series.

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  • Posted September 3, 2009

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    Not super impressed

    I have read a lot of Maggie's books, and normally really like them. Not so much with this book. I feel like I'm at a tennis match. There is a lot of character bouncing. The story, sure goes with the series, but not really. just kinda weird. I won't give up, but not real anxious for the next one.

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  • Posted July 4, 2009

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    Great book

    this is a good book that goes great with the others in this series. sometimes you wait for your favorite character that makes a brief preview in another book to have his own story

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  • Posted June 29, 2009

    Bloodline

    I do like Maggie Shayne's writing style. Enjoy most of her books.

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  • Posted May 20, 2009

    Bloodline falls short

    Good idea for a plot, but the characters are stiff and boring. The book plowed on through a few plot twist that would have been exciting had the characters been more real. It's good for a quick read, but wait until it's on sale!

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