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Blade
     

Blade

4.5 4
by Cora Blu
 
Sharks are being finned by the thousands in the Pacific. Unless King Blade Bartholomew can regain his memories for his lifemate and stop the finning the future of his people will be uncertain.

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Sharks are being finned by the thousands in the Pacific. Unless King Blade Bartholomew can regain his memories for his lifemate and stop the finning the future of his people will be uncertain.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016630823
Publisher:
Blue House Publishing
Publication date:
03/29/2013
Series:
Brothers of Element Series , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
616 KB

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Blade 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
divas_lioness More than 1 year ago
This book was all hotness underwater. This was my first shark/dolphin shifter read and Cora Blu did an excellent job. The story line is well developed and deals with issues that actually occur in our society. This is definitely a captivating read and I found myself wrapped up in King Blade and Miyuki, the main characters as well as all of the secondary characters. The book has excellent plot twists that have you so in tuned to all of the emotions that go from love, to anger, to friendship, to protectiveness, and back around again. The characters have a strong sense of family and brotherhood. We highly recommend this read and all of the books in this series. Tasha, Divas of the Serengeti Book Club
LionWhoReadsALot More than 1 year ago
I am baited and hooked! Very good, continuation of the series - at times there is a lot going on in the story but its book is an engrossing read. I highly recommend this series as being one of the better shape shifter inter-racial romances around! I cant wait for the next book!
Heyjenn More than 1 year ago
Dive back into the world of Clear Corals with Cora Blu's follow up to last years debut in her latest paranormal series, The Brothers of Element. In Blade, life under the sea has gotten chaotic after the great tsunami. Queen Miyuki and King Blade Bartholomew have precious little time to solidify their mating or face a perilous elimination ceremony. However, the King still hasn't regained his memories and Miyuki just can't seem to get past that. Coupled with drama and intrigue of stolen shipments, dangerous finning of tiger sharks and missing family after the natural disaster and we find neither royal knows who to trust anymore.  Cora Blu creates a unique and original take on the shifter mythos - no mere selkies, these warriors are fish and mammal shifters like none other. Powerful Blade, like Dagger, shifts into the most terrifying predator under the sea. Fiercely independent and deeply loyal, Miyuki shifts into an Irrawaddy dolphin. Somehow Blu manages to make it work and if this pair will get past their differences, their bonding will create the ultimate union for Clear Corals.  Fast paced and complex, this second in the series proves the adage that "books must be read in order" - while the story itself is highly enjoyable as a stand alone, many of the characters and story lines continue from Dagger's story. Watching the power struggle between Miyuki and Blade teases the reader for a large portion of the story. Fortunately, cleverly written storylines weave like netting to capture the reader and keep them ensnared while the frustrating couple works out their issues. Their chemistry ranks off the charts and their action packed initial mating feels much like the fight scenes that proceed it - sexy, angry and entertaining as hell.  Ms. Blu should be applauded for her ability to incorporate current issues involving our oceans and their inhabitants - dangerous intrusions by the humans who encroach on their existence with pollution and hunting. The messages are clear without overwhelming the romance or fantasy world of her sea shifters. As sexy as a dip in a tropical ocean, Cora Blu's Brothers of the Element Series are worth the read for those who want to hold their breath and take the plunge!