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  • Posted July 24, 2012

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    Seduced by Blood is the 4th installment of the SweetBlood series

    Seduced by Blood is the 4th installment of the SweetBlood series and Ms. London did not disappoint. She continues to create this world with swoon-worthy heroes you cannot avoid but to wish they were your own and heroines who have traits you wish you had.

    The war between the Guardians and the Dark Bloods continues. Innocents with sweet blood kidnapped, tormented and used to feed blood addictions. However, there are pressing issues of the recent attacks on the headquarters and failed missions leading the guardians to think there is a traitor amongst them. Solving this problem will be top priority as they cannot afford lose anyone or have anymore injured colleagues. I like the idea that none of them are perfect and the possibility of conspiracy or a spy amongst them makes it more realistic and believable (Not that they are not real, because they are). J

    I have waited a long time to hear Tristan Santiago’s story and is every bit of what I expected. Region Commander of the Guardians, Santiago is handsome but a hard-ass, temperamental, grumpy, used to getting his way and way over-bearing. However, what I did not expect was a sweet and tender side, and that is exactly what he was when he was with Roxy. Call it fate but her arrival to the facility was perfect timing. As a retired Guardian and now a professor, Roxanne Reynolds is supposed to cover for Lily DeGraff teaching/training new trackers. Instead, she will go under cover with Santiago to find the traitor posing as lovers. And wow, pretending to be a couple can bring on just the right amount of jealousy, possessiveness and sexual tension that will bring them to their knees, and maybe even love one another.

    Santiago is ever the domineering male and Roxy definitely is not a push over leading woman. I knew I loved Santiago from the start but I did not expect is to like Roxy. She was a snob in the start but she ended up easy to like. She wasn’t whiney, didn’t play games and she is a kick ass heroine for sure. Oh, their coming together was awesome and I may say, pretty damn hot. The banter between them was funny as heck and they fit perfectly as a couple. Ms. London did a wonderful job pairing them up as she did with the previous books from the series.

    * ARC provided by Netgalley

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  • Posted November 23, 2012

    4.25stars L...I...A...R Self involved northwest region commande

    4.25stars L...I...A...R

    Self involved northwest region commander Tristan Santiago is convinced he knows all there is to know about tracker extraordinaire Roxy Reynolds on loan from the Florida office after a brief glance over an altercation scene. Doesn’t she know he doesn’t need her help? Roxy on the other hand is convinced Santiago is yes another male who can’t accept help from a female and vows to stay as far away from him as possible. Of course things don’t go the way as planned in the final entry of the Sweetblood series. We’ve peeked at Santiago in some of the earlier entries but he doesn’t fare so well in the initial chapters of his own star turn. Once he and Roxy realize that they need to work together to eliminate the threat to the Guardians he becomes the Santiago we have grown to love throughout the series. While not the typical strong woman portrayed in PNR works, Roxy stood out to me because she was atypical her strength seemed to lie in the intangible strengths that are so typically prevalent in women.

    While a good entry and definitely within the Sweetblood series this one didn’t feel as strong. Though there are no other Sweetbloods on the horizon (for now), this doesn’t feel as if it is the end of the series, it feels more like a middle installment. For those who aren’t familiar with the series, the books can be read out of order – there will be references to the overall relationship arc but you’re given enough information to not spoil your enjoyment of any book or novella in the series.

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  • Posted September 1, 2012

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    ┬┐Seduced by Blood┬┐ is just that you are pulled in right away and

    “Seduced by Blood” is just that you are pulled in right away and so seduced that you will not want to put this book down. I absolutely love the stories were opposites attract and they realize later down the road they fell in love right in the beginning. London has an amazing way allowing her characters to grow solo as well as together while they try to figure things out. As well as her use of words to allow the reader feel the emotions of her characters and put themselves into the action. Now, if you want to see how Santiago and Roxy come together and find out who the threat is, then pick up a copy of this book and find someplace to hide because believe me you wont want to be interrupted.

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  • Posted August 21, 2012

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    I LOVE the Sweetblood Series! However, I think the first 2 books

    I LOVE the Sweetblood Series! However, I think the first 2 books were a
    bit better. I'd say they were a 4&3/4 to 5 star rating. This one,
    while a great read with in depth characters in my opinion isn't as much
    of a page turner/dire need to continue up until the end in one sitting.
    It is still a page turner but, it was just lacking that "grab you
    & won't let go" fast paced, heart racing what's next of the
    first 2 books. With that said, I'd still read it again & I think the
    Sweetblood Series is top notch & rivals even the best PNR series! A
    definate read for sure if you're into PNR or Vampire Romance in general.
    Ms. London has created vampires & plots unlike any other author.

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