Bloodright (Blood Moon Rising Series #2)

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The coming of the Blood Moon will lead two Lycan packs into war, spur two rival brothers into conflict, and spark an act of vengeance so evil that its effects will be felt for generations.

One woman stands at the center of it all...

After years of waiting, the Blood Law is at last avenged. Lycan Alpha Lucien Mondragon takes revenge on his brother, Rafael. Lucien is poised to slay Rafael's life mate, the Lycan/Slayer half-breed Falon- but cannot...

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Overview

The coming of the Blood Moon will lead two Lycan packs into war, spur two rival brothers into conflict, and spark an act of vengeance so evil that its effects will be felt for generations.

One woman stands at the center of it all...

After years of waiting, the Blood Law is at last avenged. Lycan Alpha Lucien Mondragon takes revenge on his brother, Rafael. Lucien is poised to slay Rafael's life mate, the Lycan/Slayer half-breed Falon- but cannot complete the kill. For Falon's mystical powers and fiery nature awaken a heart Lucien thought long dead. Instead of ending her life, Lucien defiantly marks Falon as his own, tormenting his brother to insanity and spurning Rafael's blood thirst for his own revenge.

Though terrified by the savage Lucien, Falon finds herself inexplicably drawn to his primal rage and strength by a desire she cannot resist. Torn between the true love she has for Rafael and the burning hunger she holds for Lucien, Falon knows that the will of her heart will lead her to her destined life mate. But it may also doom the Alpha brothers-and the Lycan race-to extinction...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425243015
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/3/2012
  • Series: A Blood Moon Rising Novel Series , #2
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 628,914
  • Product dimensions: 5.55 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.93 (d)

Meet the Author

Karin Tabke is a full-time writer who draws on a lifetime of stories and backdrops that few outside of the law enforcement community ever see, let alone hear about. Controlled chaos now reigns supreme through the pages she writes, where hot heroes serve, protect, and pleasure from page one to the end. Visit her at www.KarinTabke.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2012

    Must read!

    Wow, when i read the 1st book i couldnt put it down until i finished, the same with this one. I loved both books, you really grow to love the characters, i even cried when reading what Falon was going through. Love love love this series or trilogy or whatever its called :-)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2013

    So good

    Loved it

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  • Posted April 19, 2013

    love this series

    I loved Fallon & Raphael in Bloodlaw. But, I FELL IN LOVE WITH LUCIEN right along with Fallon in Bloodright. The Blood Moon Rising series has launched me into the "paranormal romance world" and I have not looked back! This series I will reading over and over again

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2013

    OMG worthy!!!!

    First, Karin doesn't waste valuable time or words rehashing book 1, which I personally LOVED! As book 1 left us with a completly jaw dropping ending she picks up RIGHT THERE! Emotionally I didn't think this book could possibly do to me what the first one did and I was right, it was so much worse....Having fallen in love with the story even more with each page I read and loving the characters despite their flaws I felt their joys as well as their sorrows marrow deep. I didnt think She could but Karin leaves us with yet another shocker of an ending that will leave you breathlessly saying OH MY GOD!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2013

    Awesome !

    I am sooo crushing on Lucian! I could not put this book down :-)

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  • Posted January 4, 2013

    Great Series

    Great Series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2012

    Love it!!!

    Can't wait for book 3. Loved the way Karin Tabke continued the story. Was an excellent read.Would read again.

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  • Posted August 8, 2012

    Loved this book! Can not wait for BloodVow!!

    Loved this book! Can not wait for BloodVow!!

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  • Posted May 11, 2012

    3.5stars actually and I wanted it to be so much more I didn&rsq

    3.5stars actually and I wanted it to be so much more

    I didn’t really enjoy this book as much as the previous entry and it had nothing to do with the mechanics of the story. My issue was all about the storyline itself.

    After the events in book one there was little mystery to one of the plotlines for book two – but the problem was the revisiting of it incessantly by Fallon. We do get to learn more about Lucien as well. I also felt the ending was rather telegraphed.

    However I’m still intrigued enough with the overall plot and storyline to look forward to book 3 of the trilogy.

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  • Posted May 3, 2012

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    The tale of two wolf Alphas & their Chosen One continues in

    The tale of two wolf Alphas & their Chosen One continues in this fantastic 2nd installment!

    Bloodright continues right where Blood Law left off. This is definitely a series that you need to read in order as it follows one main storyline and three central characters. Blood Law was about the budding love between Falon and Rafael but now its Lucien's turn...

    The Blood Law has been avenged but not in a way any of them foresaw. Falon is ripped from her love, Rafael, the alpha of pack Vulkasin, and given to his vengeful twin brother Lucien Mondragon. Unable to imagine a life without Rafael and one where she must submit to Lucien, Falon tries to take her own life. Rafael pleads with Lucien to save his Chosen One and agrees never to see or make contact with Falon again if Lucien will save her life. When Falon sees the real man under all of Lucien's hate and anger, she slowly starts to fall for him. But how can she love both the brothers without betraying one of them? With the Blood Moon coming and the Slayers organizing, Falon must make a decision and in the end no one will walk away unscathed.

    Wow, after the cliffhanger in Blood Law I was dying to get on with Bloodright to see what happened and I am so glad that I read these first two books together! Bloodright was a sensational continuation of the series and I loved everything about Lucien and Falon. Lucien has so many layers to him and once he starts to let go of his anger we really see what a big heart he has. Maybe it's my love for bad boys or the underdogs of a story but I have been rooting for Lucien from the beginning and I was not disappointed now that he finally got his chance.
    With love blossoming between him and Falon, Lucien realizes that yes; maybe his heart is capable of loving again. Falon opens him up like no one else can and shows him that he deserves happiness and not just with her but between him and his brother as well. Falon doesn't think that there is any room in her heart for anyone other than Rafa but she quickly realizes that there is plenty of room in there for Luca too. But she feels that by loving one she is betraying the other. The story reaches the point where Falon has to come to a decision and to either make it selfishly or for the good of the packs. The jealousy between the brothers escalates though and I thought Lucien's growth here, while not complete, was intriguing to follow while Rafael somewhat digresses but in this situation is entirely understandable.
    Falon is also discovering more about the power she holds inside of her, sometimes she gets a bit cocky in battles and the outcome is not good because of it, which got annoying but it's a learning curve for her and Falon eventually learns that she cannot take on everything by herself, especially when it comes to the Corbet's.

    Surrounding the romance is the continuing story-line of the Blood Moon Rising and the battle between the Lycan's and Slayers. Such a war doesn't happen without lots of blood falling and casualties but all the packs are gearing up and preparing for a victory. The slayers aren't making it easy for them though and now they want both Falon and the Eye of Fenrir.
    When Falon and Lucien get together though is when the story really starts to sizzle. Lucien is passion personified. If you thought Falon and Rafael had some chemistry than you haven't seen anything yet. Lucien brings out a whole new sensual side in Falon and I was surprised that the pages didn't combust in my hands. I just loved these two together!

    There were some inconsistencies between the first novel, Blood Law, and Bloodright that bugged me a bit. In Blood Law it was fourteen years ago that Rafael killed Lucien's Chosen One while in Bloodright it is changed to sixteen years ago. Rafael and Lucien's age is also changed from nineteen to seventeen. Call it a pet peeve of mine. J
    But for paranormal romance fans Bloodright had it all; wolfish romance, relationship drama and tension, edgy action and prophetic suspense and of course sizzling sex. I recommend the Blood Moon Rising series to all lovers of this genre! Expect another jaw-dropping cliffhanger though with this one. I'm counting down the days until Blood Vow now, I need to know what happens next!

    Warning: Falon and Lucien are lycan and explore their sexual nature through both their human and their beast. I thought this aspect was very well written and found no complaint with these scenes but others may not find them to their liking. Also there is a little bit of delicious sandwich action going on between Lucien, Falon and Rafael. Just a teeny tiny bit but enough to leave you panting for more!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2012

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    Great Read!

    I couldn't put it down. A must read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2012

    I loved Blood Law so very much, and I was highly skeptical that

    I loved Blood Law so very much, and I was highly skeptical that I would like the Lucien & Falon pairing as much as I did Rafael & Falon. But Lucien stole my heart for sure. Bloodright is even more sexed up than Blood Law, if that's possible. As always with Karin Tabke, this is a really well-written book with fully fleshed out characters and emotions. Can't wait to read Blood Vow in December and see who Falon truly ends up with.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2012

    loved

    only downside to this book...you have to wait until Dec. 2012 to see what happenes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2012

    Bloodright

    Loved it....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2012

    WOW! AWESOME!

    Highly recommended!! I will be anxiously awaiting "Blood Moon Rising" the third in this trilogy! However, I sincerely hope it doesn't end there!!

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  • Posted April 9, 2012

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    A shift in dynamic, but I still liked it....

    My Review:
    A-
    Book 1 in this series was easily one of my favorite reads of 2011, so I couldn't wait to find out what was in store next for Falon, Rafael, and Lucien. OMG, this series is HOT! I didn't know if I would be able to fall in love with Lucien as much as I loved Rafael from book one, but Karin wrote this brilliantly.


    Lucien is the brother who sees himself as wronged 16 years ago when his twin Rafael killed his mate. He's been after vengeance ever since and at the end of book one, the Council set it up so that he could have it in a HUGE cliffhanger. But his plan for vengeance quickly goes awry when feelings get the better of him. It's that humanity that made me (and Falon) fall in love with him. OMG, talk about a tortured hero...Lucien is definitely that. You can't help but fall in love with him. But equally tortured is his twin Rafael who has lost Falon. All three of these characters is caught in this web of love and betrayal...and none of them is wrong. It's heartbreaking.


    Lots of emotion here from all parties and at the heart of it is Falon who apologetically loves them both. I love how she gets in both of their faces throughout this book when they make her feel guilty. She is one tough girl who hasn't had true control of her life since she met these twins. BUT she does NOT let them, either of them, push her around. She's an alpha in her own right and she pushes right back when they get all alpha on her. I love that.


    But the one thing that all three have in common is that at the end of the day, they ALL love each other and want what's best for their packs. They know that they are going to have to work together to make sure the packs survive, regardless of any jealousy or hurt feelings. It's a really amazing dynamic within these books and makes for absolutely riveting reading. I couldn't put this book down once I started reading it and now am sitting on pins and needles for the final book to come out.


    A couple of warnings: this book is erotica and definitely pushes the envelope. This is a world of shifters and animals are involved. I thought Karin wrote those scenes really well and believably, but it's liable to make some people uncomfortable. Also, knowing the way that book one ended, I was expecting the cliffhanger this time and yep, it was there. So if you hate cliffhangers...you've been warned.


    Now I just need December to hurry up and get here (yes, this is probably the only time in my lifetime you will hear me say that) because I NEED to read Book #3...NOW! I love these three characters and cannot wait to read their HEA!!!

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  • Posted March 31, 2012

    When I first read Blood Law, I was intrigued with the character


    When I first read Blood Law, I was intrigued with the characters of Rafael and Falon, and Rafael's brother Lucien, who was avenging his so-called mate that Rafael killed because she was a slayer. The ending on Blood Law had set the mood for a thrilling second book.

    Basically, the second book is all about Falon jumping on Lucien's bandwagon and riding that throughout the pages. How quickly her decision was to accept the council's order to have Lucien as her mate was a hard pill to swallow after reading the first book, as was the emotional torture of the ever-honorable Rafael. Even after the confirmation of his actions were justified since his brothers lover was a slayer, the author continues to try to push the "let's get along card for the sake of the pack".

    I'm simply not sure which is more disappointing, Falon's character being reduced to a she-wolf in perpetual heat, Rafael being diminished to a non-existent week character in order for Lucien's story to be told, or the simple lack of any strong character other than the deformed wolf Fenrir.The ending leads to another chapter in this series. Yes, no doubt a third book to talk about Fenrir's role.

    Perhaps in that book there will be more than the typical sex-up anything paranormal fantasy novel. If the author holds true to the original storyline of the first book, the readers will see death via the Blood Law, a destined fight and probably Falon jumping on another Apha's bandwagon. If not, the author can always run with the need to fuel Falon's desires of a threesome with Rafael and Lucien.

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