Blood Bond

Blood Bond

by Celine Chatillon
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Blood Bond 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Lori Review originally posted at Romancing the Book Book provided by the publisher for review This was an entertaining short read. This is just one in a series of books but I was able to follow the plot and was not confused with what was going on in the story so I think that each of these books are a stand alone read. If you happen to read this book without reading any of the others, it’s not going to be a big deal. I liked the fact that the story was told through a letter that Edwin wrote to his brother describing what happened to him. I liked that the author switched from the letter to “seeing” the actual characters inter act with each other while the action was actually happening, I think this somehow enriches the story and it keeps me engaged. I liked Edwin. He was innocent and sweet and a really nice guy. He was “seduced” by Ophelia and Hamlet, but that isn’t a bad thing. He was seduced though, and while some of his innocence was lost due to that happened to him, I was happy to know that he still retained most of his innocence and that nice guy quality. I didn’t want him to change too much. Ophelia, in my opinion was very one dimensional and I found her to be a flat character. I didn’t like that she called Edwin “Eddie”. Edwin’s character wasn’t an Eddie, and I felt that that took away my desire to try and like her. She was necessary to keep the relationship intact between her Edwin and Hamlet, but I still thought she was flat and kind of a disappointment. Hamlet had that timeless knowledge and wisdom that bespoke a creature that had been around a long, long time. He was ageless and he’s seen everything… twice. He wasn’t fleshed out as much as Edwin was. I think Hamlet had nice guy qualities, but he definitely was not a nice guy. He wasn’t evil or corrupt, but because of what he was, a nice guy he’ll never be. He was Ophelia’s and Edwin’s protectors and they were his constant companions. It was not a bad read all in all.