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  • Posted January 27, 2012

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    classic Partnership in Blood stuff

    I enjoyed reading Reluctant Partnerships very much! This is classic Partnership in Blood stuff and I loved it! This book does move a little slower than the first five books in the series but it is no less enjoyable. I thought it was a very interesting twist that Ms. Tachna threw a female partner at Adèle, but it made sense given her last relationship with a vampire. The buildup to the culmination of what happened between these two women kept me on the edge of my seat wondering if it was ever going to happen. When the fireworks finally exploded though, it was well worth it. Martin and Denis coming together was just as much of an enjoyable read. I liked the sort of slow buildup as these two men got to know each other. Denis’ reaction to Martin and the possibility of a vampire/wizard partnership was very realistic given his background. When Ms. Tachna threw in the suspense of a rogue vampire turning people against their will, well she had me at the first page! I would suggest that anyone reading this book, read the first five books before it first so you know what the world is like in these books and what happened before. While you can read it by itself, there will be things you’ll miss without having read the other books. As with all the books in The Partnership in Blood series, I highly recommend this one, it is not to be missed! Regina Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More

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