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Bloody Right (Brytewood Trilogy Series #3)

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  • Posted July 19, 2009

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    BLOODY GOOD finish

    In 1940, the villagers of the insular hamlet Brytewood are fighting the war just as the soldiers do in an occupied land. Both the Allies and Axis use vampires as spies and assassins; though these paranormals are motivated by their countries differently. The German vampires are in England because the Nazis have incarcerated and threatened their families with a Final Solution or cooperate and receive land; the British do it to remain free.

    The Nazis send four vampires to the village in order to blow up the nearby munitions plant, but thanks to were-fox Gloria Prewitt, grandmother and grand daughter pixies Helen Burrows, and Alice Doyle, they killed the first enemy wave. Mary LaPrioux the water sprite and dragon shapeshifter Gryffyth Pendragon have to take care of the remaining two enemy vamps. The German vampires infiltrate the home of Wharton Lacey where Winston Churchill plans to relax with his school friend Sir James and his wife Lady Gregory. Mary, Gryffyth, and the Others must destroy Schmidt and the most evil vampire of all Weiss before they kill the Others, and the Prime Minister.

    BLOODY RIGHT concludes the historical paranormal village fantasy trilogy with a thoroughly BLOODY GOOD finish to a wonderful alternate WWII saga (see BLOODY AWFUL). The German vampires are strong operational thinkers, which makes the challenge to the Others that more difficult as they are amateurs unused to war strategy on the ground. Although there is a fine romantic subplot involving the water sprite and the were-dragon, Georgia Evans super ending focuses just as much on the supernatural war in a remote cloistered English village circa 1940.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2009

    Conclusion to a fun series

    This is the third and final book in Evans' Brytewood supernatural series. This story takes place in the 1940's at the height of the war where Nazis are using vampires to change the course of the war. The plan is for two vampires to come to Brytewood where Winston Churchill is to be visiting and kill him. The plan is thought to be simple until the vampires encounter the strange collection of Others (shifters and those with magic) that reside in Brytewood and the Others' plan to stop them. Enter our hero Gryffyth, who has returned home from the war with an amputated leg. At first he thinks he has no purpose, but it soon becomes apparent that he must use whatever strengths he has left to not only protect the woman he loves, but also protect a world leader.

    Although it's not absolutely necessary to have read the other books in the series, it would make things easier to understand and would fill in a few gaps. This book has good action and the romance between Gryff and Mary is sweet and emotional. All-in-all an enjoyable read.

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