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In the Blood (Maker's Song Series #2)

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  • Posted November 30, 2008

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    Dante's Back

    This is the second book of the Nightkind/Fallen series. I enjoyed it just as much as the first, A Rush of Wings. There are really three story lines going on that all lead to Dante.... The Bureau/Conspiracy, The Fallen and then the relationship between Heather and Dante. At first I wasn't sure I was gonna read the second book. But I was really captivated by Heather and Dante in the first book, things were kinda left open at the end. I had to to find out what happens to them. They are what will keep me reading the books to come. There were a few parts that were hard to get through, but other than that it was a good story.

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  • Posted June 20, 2009

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    Dark Vampire Fantasy

    This sequel to a "A Rush of Wings" is a fast-paced and well-plotted urban vampire fantasy. With occasional help (or hinderance) from human and vampire allies, Dante (a hybrid born-vampire/fallen-maker) and FBI Agent Heather Wallace are pitted against: the FBI; a female assassin from the government's covert Shadow Branch; the retired Shadow Branch scientist who originally programmed Dante as a weaponize psychopath; and, the telekinetic/telepathic son of that scientist who has his own personal agenda. The only inconsistent and slightly slower paced segments involve Dante's father, (the 'fallen' Lucien de Noir), when he returns to the mystical realm of Gehenna. Dante is magnetic as a hard rock/goth musician and barely controlled vampire/maker. Further, Heather is engaging as a principled FBI agent who finds herself at odds with the FBI and inexorably drawn to Dante. Although not as tightly plotted and paced as "A Rush of Wings", this book is a taunt and entertaining read with plenty of action and a bit of romance.

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