Blood Past (Warriors of Ankh #2) [NOOK Book]

Overview

From the author of The Tale of Lunarmorte trilogy comes a new series with serious attitude...

All Eden wants is redemption... but the road to redemption is never an easy one.

Travelling to Scotland to find her mother’s bloodline, Eden is soon embroiled in the politics and training of the Scottish Warriors of Neith. It is a world where some stand with open arms ready to ...
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Blood Past (Warriors of Ankh #2)

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Overview

From the author of The Tale of Lunarmorte trilogy comes a new series with serious attitude...

All Eden wants is redemption... but the road to redemption is never an easy one.

Travelling to Scotland to find her mother’s bloodline, Eden is soon embroiled in the politics and training of the Scottish Warriors of Neith. It is a world where some stand with open arms ready to welcome her as family, while others keep a wary distance, conspiring against her. Through it all Eden learns of love, friendship, and what it means to be a warrior. Her future has promise... that is until a man she thought was forever gone from her life returns to threaten it all.

When the one person Eden loves above all else is endangered, she will have to make a choice. Him... or her?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015925296
  • Publisher: Samantha Young
  • Publication date: 11/8/2012
  • Series: Warriors of Ankh, #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 262
  • Sales rank: 241,693
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

New York Times bestselling author Samantha Young is a 26-year-old writer who graduated from University of Edinburgh in 2009. She studied ancient and medieval history, which really just means she likes old stuff. Since February 2011, Samantha has been self-publishing her bestselling young adult novels. She's the author of eleven novels and one novella.

On Dublin Street, her debut into adult fiction, is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestseller.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 2011

    Wow

    Foes anyone know when the 3 rd book is comming out????

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 11, 2013

    The second book in the Warriors of Ankh trilogy did NOT disappoi

    The second book in the Warriors of Ankh trilogy did NOT disappoint. There was tons of suspense, tense situations, and action scenes along with more sexualt tension between Noah and Eden.





    Eden is still struggling with the recent events that led up to her family's deaths and what that means for her future and her relationship with Noah. I'm really happy with the fact that her anger was not easily written off, that it stayed with her. It makes it more real. Eden develops new friendships when the Ankh's head to Scotland to train with the Neiths there and meet Eden's blood family. The relationships between Eden, October, Cameron, Valeria, and Noah have so much depth to them. I actually had the warm fuzzies reading it. Eden mentions at one point how she is sad at the thought of leaving Scotland, I actually felt sad at the thought of it too.





    Turns out Teagan is still around and he has a plan for getting Eden back. Cosmina, the Bucharest Neith Councilwoman, who believes Eden is an abomination who shouldn't be allowed to live, hasn't given up on finding Eden either. I was constantly on edge wonder if Teagan or Cosmina would find Eden, especially when she started going out on patrols. No need to worry though, she is kick ass, she can protect herself.





    Noah and Eden's relationship is intense. She is angry with him because he lied to her in the beginning, she finds it difficult to believe his reasons for it. He basically broke her heart, especially when she found out he was dating Romany the entire time. After talking to Cyrus and getting a new perspective from the Ankh side of things Eden is able to see why Noah did what he did and is able to trust him. It helps that he has broken up with Romany and has the definite hots for Eden. In turn this causes their relationship to flare. Such chemistry!





    The end of the book was full of suspense. Eden is faced with a choice, a MAJOR choice. I was biting my nails wondering how it was going to turn out.






    Between the action, suspense, and romance this book is full of reasons to keep the pages turning. Again I finished it in just a few hours and am eagerly moving on to the final book in the series.

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  • Posted December 27, 2011

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    So good!

    I don¿t know what it is, but I just cannot stop thinking about this series. Blood Will Tell was amazing, and now Blood Past was just as good, if not better. I enjoyed every single minute of it. Or should I say ¿word?¿ The minute I finished reading Blood Will Tell, I picked up my Nook and bought the second book in the series. I just can¿t get enough!

    Samantha Young has one imagination! Young doesn¿t waste any time at all jumping right into the story. I love the fact that even though it¿s so fast paced, she does an excellent job explaining things and putting everything together. Nothing felt rushed, and I wasn¿t confused at all. I love the world Young pulled me into. It was very believable and full of action. The first book in the series was very dark and raw, but I feel that Blood Past is a little on the lighter side. There are still some very touchy subjects, but it¿s not as raw as the first book. Eden is a very strong main character. Not once did her personality change throughout book one, or book two. I cannot even express how much I love the characters in this series. I just love everything about it, period.

    If you love a dark, action packed story with a little romance, strong characters and unpredictable, then this is the series for you. The first book was fantastic, and Blood Past was even better!

    You guessed it¿ 5 out of 5 Stars!

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  • Posted September 23, 2011

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    Blood Past has me looking forward to the future.

    Finding out you're one of the half-breed Unforeseen should give a girl piece of mind that her bipolar mood swings from soul sucking Blessed to super warrior Ankh aren't signs of her imminent insanity. But Eden's not sure which way is up or who to trust. Yeah, she's happy her sicko father and indifferent mother are out of the picture for good but the same people who liberated her also took away her anchor. The loss of Stellan isn't a slight she can overlook. The tension and strain of Noah's betrayal is a major wedge between the two would be lovers and the chasm is only getting wider Stellan's death is making it even harder for Eden to forgive him. Noah though is determined to make it up to her and win her back. Yet she can't let the chance that there's a way to rid herself of the hunger pass by. So Cyrus, Val, Eden, and Noah journey to Scotland to initiate the change for Eden can become a full Ankh and begin her training.

    But Eden's still a target. Cosmina and her traitorous minions are still out there along with Teagan. The sole Winslow has a plan to get his Eden back just the way he likes her, but even Teagan can't imagine the storm he's about to unleash.

    Blood Past is an excellent installment to the Warriors of Ankh series. The friction between Noah and Eden was delicious. We got to know Eden as she was learning about herself. The storylines were uncomplicated and executed well, written just as wonderfully as book one. Blood Past has me looking forward to the future.

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