Blood Cure

Blood Cure

by K.A. Linde

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The stunning conclusion to the Blood Type series finds the world in chaos and turmoil with one final battle left to determine who will survive—humans or vampires.
She had the world on her shoulders. Now she has nothing.
Reyna Carpenter was twenty-one when she became a live-in blood escort for the ruthless and darkly handsome vampire Beckham Anderson. She thought this was just a small price to pay for feeding her brothers back home.
But nothing went as planned. Not even her tumultuous relationship with Beckham. And now she wonders if anything will ever be the same again.
As she finds herself in the midst of a losing rebellion, she and her trusted friends must flee from a city conquered by the vampire elite. With their plans blown to pieces and everything they knew and loved gone, their future hangs in the balance.
Despite all she has lost, Reyna must rise from the ashes, reclaim the life that was stolen—and complete her mission, once and for all.

K. A. Linde’s addictive Blood Type novels are best enjoyed in order:

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781524798109
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 08/21/2018
Series: Blood Type , #3
Sold by: Random House
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 290
Sales rank: 75,612
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

K. A. Linde is the USA Today bestselling author of the Blood Type series and more than twenty other novels. She grew up as a military brat and attended the University of Georgia where she obtained a master’s in political science. She works full-time as an author and loves dancing, binge-watching Supernatural, and traveling. She currently lives in Lubbock, Texas, with her husband and two super-adorable puppies.

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The stunning conclusion to the Blood Type series finds the world in chaos and turmoil with one final battle left to determine who will survive—humans or vampires.

She needed to be there with him. She fought against Gabe’s hands, trying to get back to him. But Gabe was strong and persistent. He refused to let go as he carried her farther and farther away.

As they were moving, her heel fell off and onto the patio floor. Just like Cinderella. Except instead of her going to the ball to find Prince Charming, her Prince Charming died at the ball.

“Put me down. Let me go back to him!”

“Reyna, shit!” Gabe yelled at her.

Everything narrowed down to that moment. Beckham was gone. Gabe was taking her away from him. She kicked and clawed at him to release her. She couldn’t do this. She couldn’t lose him. She refused for this to be her reality.

Gabe cursed and then dropped her on the pavement, tugging her hastily into a secluded alcove. He grabbed her roughly by both shoulders and stared down into her face. “Snap back to reality, Reyna. There’s nothing we can do right now. Harrington told the snipers not to shoot you, but people are going to be coming after us. If you want to live through the night, I need you to run!”

They were in the midst of mayhem. At the sound of gunshots on the patio they’d just vacated, the New Year’s Eve crowd had dispersed. Everyone was running in a million directions. She’d been so stuck on Beckham she hadn’t even noticed.

“Beckham,” she whispered.

“Live, Reyna,” Gabe pleaded with her, his voice tight. “All you can do is live.”

She hardly saw his sympathetic look as she stared over his shoulder to the patio beyond. Beckham hadn’t moved. Living didn’t feel possible. How could she live when he didn’t? Maybe it was outrageous to even consider, but she felt as if a bomb had detonated in her mind. Shrapnel tearing her apart from the inside out.

Then, to her horror, she saw Rowland stumble to his feet. His eyes caught hers across the divide. They promised blood and torment and destruction. Rowland was now Harrington’s only remaining second-in-command. He had always wanted Reyna—to break Reyna. She could see then and there that he would stop at nothing to get what he wanted this time.

Beckham couldn’t stop him. Harrington wouldn’t stop him.

Leaving now was the only way to escape a fate worse than death.

She couldn’t continue to stand here. She couldn’t go back in time. Nothing she did could fix this situation.

Beckham’s death would not be for nothing. All of this would not be for nothing. She had come here to kill Harrington. And he’d gotten the better of her . . . of all of them. But if she died here, what would happen to the world?

“Reyna, please,” Gabe said.

She turned clear, devastated eyes to him and nodded her head.

He released a harsh breath of relief. In that moment, she realized that she had scared him. That he’d thought he’d lost her. He didn’t know how right he was. But she would have time to think about that later. Right now she needed to survive this. They needed to get through this moment. The next one she couldn’t even consider. She wouldn’t ask herself the questions that were already haunting her. She compartmentalized them into one space in her brain, kicked off her other shoe, and took off sprinting after Gabe.

Barefoot and in nothing but a strapless dress and Beckham’s suit coat, she was freezing. But she didn’t dare stop. She would deal with the subfreezing temperatures later too.

They made it to the end of the block and nearly ran smack dab into Meghan. Her fiery red hair was a halo around her head. Her silvery dress obscured by a black bomber jacket that went nearly to her knees.

“What took you so long?” Meghan gasped, moving into position next to them.

“I’ll tell you later,” Gabe said.

Reyna glanced over her shoulder. Her eyes rounded in horror. “Damn.”

“What?” Gabe asked. He followed her line of sight and cursed violently. “We need to pick it up.”

Reyna measured her breathing and increased her pace. Rowland was following them. It was lucky that he hadn’t reached them considering vampires ran at incredible speeds. Much faster than humans. Unless Beckham throwing him into the brick building had actually hurt him. She’d seen Rowland crumple at the hit. It had taken him a long time to stand up again. But he’d stood.

Reyna glanced back one more time to see that the crowd seemed to be helping keep Rowland off their back. Between the New Year’s Eve mob and the mayhem from the gunshots, he had no clear path. And everything was so haphazard that he had to physically push people out of his way as he attempted to weave through the crowd. No one was making it easy on him.

But after that glance, she couldn’t keep looking. Not if she wanted to get through the crowd herself.

They ran down three blocks, weaving in and out of traffic and taking turns and corners, hoping to lose Rowland and trying to get away from the mass of people to reach their getaway car.

Gabe checked once more and flashed them a victorious smile. “I don’t see him.”

Reyna nodded and Meghan shot both of them a quick grin. But Reyna couldn’t get rid of the uneasy feeling in her stomach. She chewed on her lip and tried to measure her breathing. She didn’t want to be caught unaware.

“Almost there,” Gabe said. “Just this corner.”

They whipped around the next corner faster than any of them had ever run before. An unmarked black van idled on the street. As they rushed toward it, the back doors flapped open.

And then Reyna saw him.

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Blood Cure 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
BeckyRendon More than 1 year ago
What an unexpected journey! I knew I was in for a good time but that was so much more! Blood Cure is the highly anticipated and much needed answers to all the questions Blood Match left us with. The relationship that left us devastated is not the only thing that will tear you up. Harrington's evil knows no bounds. Just when you think you have it figured out... As the queen, it's Reyna's job to rule the chessboard. But it seems she's constantly several moves behind...Good thing she has a few aces up her sleeves. I can't tell which would have made me happier- dancing and screaming at the top of my lungs or hugging everyone at the end of this book. For all your hopes and answers, enjoy Blood Cure!
rlmanuel71 More than 1 year ago
This series was an edge of your seat experience. And book three was everything I wanted and more. I'm usually not a big fan of paranormal but Blood Cure gave me huge feelings of the suspense and lust and had a vision of a hunger game type movie running through my head. I could so see this series as a big blockbuster. I can't give away story plots because I don't want to ruin the thrill of the read. But know that this book will have you on edge and turning pages fast to see what happens next. I truly enjoyed this series!
Synergy More than 1 year ago
5 BEAMING STARS - The series has been riveting, exhausting and just plain amazing! The series as a whole, and Blood Cure in particular, is everything I could've imaged and more. Thank you, Mrs. Linde for the most entertaining all-nighter of my life.
VeraMachado More than 1 year ago
Reyna Carpenter became a blood escort to help her family. She never expected to fall in love with her brooding and dark vampire sponsor, Beckham Anderson. Now that she lost her family and the love of her life, Reyna must stay strong to lead the rebels and try to save all humans. Blood Cure is the conclusion of Reyna and Beckham's epic love story and what a finale! This book is filled with drama, angst, surprises, and twists, with the perfect amount of laughter, sweet moments, and sexy scenes. Reyna changed a lot throughout the story. She became a fierce and strong young woman. She's a fighter that'll do anything for the ones she loves, even if that means risking her own life. But she's still sweet and kind, being the perfect balance to Beckham's dark side. Beckham is still a dark and brooding man, but he's also very gentle, especially with Reyna. He'll do anything for her, although sometimes he ends up hurting Reyna's feelings. K.A. Linde did a phenomenal job with the Blood Type series. Reyna and Beckham's story is beautifully written and it's very easy to connect with the characters and immerse in their world. Linde takes us in a rollercoaster ride of emotions from the first page of Blood Type that only finishes in the last page of Blood Cure. If you love paranormal romances, Blood Type is the series for you!
JackiesBookWorld More than 1 year ago
“They would weather this as they had done everything else… Together.” I cannot believe this is the end to a wonderfully written story! K.A. Linde has completely outdone herself with her new paranormal romance trilogy and it didn’t disappoint at all. As mentioned before Blood Cure is the final installment in the Blood Type Trilogy. It follows the journey of Reyna Carpenter (a human) and Beckham Anderson (a vampire) as they go through all sort of obstacles to be together. Without spoiling too much, lets go back to the beginning. In Blood Type we were introduced to a modern world where vampires co-exist with humans and Visage (a vamp corporation) is ready to create blood matches based on blood types that would benefit the vampire and the human. After discovering that Reyna has been matched with non other than the VP of Visage things start to get complicated. Then in Blood Match we discover that Reyna’s blood is a lot more precious than everything thinks and she gets targeted by the leader of Visage and hunted for it. That is until she finds out about Elle, a rebellion group that wants to end Visage once and for all. But their plan may not have ended the way they planned and she finds herself at risk in the end. After the shocking cliffhanger in the second book, Blood Cure starts right where we left off and we are back to the last scene. Reyna sees what happens with Beckham and it devastates her. She doesn’t know what do without him and that’s when she starts to realize that their cause is bigger than her and she has to fight back no matter what. We get to see Reyna grow stronger and she starts to trust in herself enough to become a good leader. There are all sort of twists and turns that you will not see coming and that’s what made the story a true success. The romance was hotter than ever and totally swoon worthy! I liked the fact that we were introduced to new characters and got to see what happened to the previous characters as well. Beckham’s character developed as well and we get to see the man behind the vampire and get to see how emotional he can be. I really liked seeing him more relaxed around Reyna and with a cute sense of humor. The ending had me at the edge of my seat and it was everything and more. I was not expecting it and for that I would highly recommend reading the entire trilogy. You will not regret it! ***ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.***
UpAllNightBB More than 1 year ago
5 Stars Review by Amy W. Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog Blood Cure is an epic conclusion to the Blood Type trilogy, and one that has cemented K.A. Linde as a must read in my book. I hope that in the future she chooses to write more PNR as the sub-genre needs more of this kind of world building and uniqueness. After the ending of book two (holy shit what was that?) I had no idea what was going to happen. Would Reyna give up, or would she stand stronger. Of course Reyna is the epitome of a strong female so I'm sure you know which way she went. There really isn't a lot on plot that I can say without ruining the book and the way it is meant to be read, but trust me if you liked the first two books then you'll love this one! Sorry to keep this one super short, you know I love to gush when I really enjoyed a book, but I'm too afraid to give away spoilers. To say anything other than I loved it could lead to me slipping. PNR readers need more characters like Reyna, Becks, and all their ragtag friends.
Jazzie More than 1 year ago
This is an epic conclusion to an addicting series Note: This review contains NO spoilers What an epic and action-packed conclusion to this series! With each novel, the story continued to build up to this crazy, drama and action-filled climax which kept my heart racing from beginning to end. The characters and the world-building created this incredibly adventurous story of a young girl growing up to become more than she thought she could have fathomed. Linde's characters were engaging and likeable... even the bad guys! Haha!!! I sure loved disliking those bad guys. Ha! And, Linde's world-building... Wow! It is giving me chills just thinking and processing all that I read in this daring story of love and courage. I am still reeling with feelings on all that "went down!" This final installment in the Blood Type series was an emotional and action-filled roller-coaster that just tore my heart apart and put it back together. Fans of HBO's True Blood just might enjoy this read, because I sure did. Of course, it is said in the synopsis that these "addictive Blood Type novels are best enjoyed in order: Blood Type | Blood Match | Blood Cure." And... I would have to agree with that. I would highly recommend reading these novels in order to get the "whole story."
Jill__D More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars for - Blood Cure - the third book in the Blood Type series by K.A. Linde. The books in this series must be read in the order they were written otherwise you will be totally lost. Blood Cure picks up right after the jaw dropping ending in book two and takes you on one crazy and twisted journey to the end. Reyna is struggling to come to terms with everything that has transpired and finds it hard to find people to trust. She is determined to find justice for her loved ones any way she can and make those who hurt them pay dearly. With danger around every corner and enemies every where they turn, it made for some fast paced, intense reading. Linde never disappoints when it comes to the angst ridden romances and the steamy, sexy times and this one certainly does conform. This was a pretty good (and even a bit predictable) ending to a series I really enjoyed. Books one and two were phenomenal and some of the most original PNR I’ve ever read, but unfortunately book three just fell flat. To me it seemed the originality and risks that were taken with the first two books were totally absent in the last one with the author instead choosing to wrap everything up in a pretty little bow. I personally would’ve been ecstatic with a “happy for now” scenario then that gives a possibility of continuing the series down the road. I do highly recommend reading the series as it truly is fantastic!
kathouse1 More than 1 year ago
MY REVIEW: I received a copy of Blood Cure from Net Galley. This is my honest review. Blood Cure is the third installment to the Blood Type Series. All I can say is at least I didn't have to wait a year, or years for the final book to be released. Normally, I am a semi-patient person, no laughing, but this series kept me captivated. I have heard it said that there is very little that is original these days. When I listen to much of today's music, I must agree. Everything we see, read, hear, dream influences what an author writes. As I read the final pages of Reyna and Beckham's story, I applauded the transformation which took place within Reyna. Yet life does that to everyone as they mature, hopefully not at the rate she needed to mature, or because rabid vampires are loose in America. What I read was an inventive, fresh look at all of my favorite vampire reads boiled down into a new favorite couple - Reyna and Beckham. But as in all stories, as in life, there are some who refuse to change, to grow. War breeds contempt, insanity and we know from our own soldiers it brings soldiers home who do not know how not to be soldiers anymore. This is a series for everyone. It is a highly hot, sexy, read with horrible implications for humanity if people were complacent. If we looked out for our own and choose not to care about our neighbors, to make friends, to bury ourselves in our phones and computers and become sheep. Not all vampires drink blood. Some trade in secrets and make even vampires afraid. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oh that KA Linde has sucked (pun intended) into the wonderful world of vampires.  Becks and Reyna have changed me forever! This book picked up from the moment KA Linde left us hanging in Blood Match...with her soul mate and love is gone and she needs to regroup and find her calling in life - to revenge all that Harrington has done. KA Linde has once again taken me on a ride of a lifetime; the ups and downs, the ins and the outs of Reyna's mind and life were something to feast upon.  Watching this all happen as if I was there is one of the things I most love and admire about KA Linde's books, her imagery and writing takes you and the adventure with her characters. This series is one of my top favorites of the year and of all time! I highlighted while reading, so many things that made me fall in love with the story but all of which may be spoilers.  Read this series, allow yourself to be drawn into the world of vampires and humans, and love and war.
Caroles_Random_Life More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book and am very happy about how the series wrapped up. This is the third book in the Blood Type series which really does need to be read in order. All three books in the series come together to tell a single story with cliffhangers at the end of the first and second books. Since all three books are currently available, I would say that this would be the perfect trilogy to read back to back. I know that once I had my hands on a copy of this book, I couldn't wait to get started with it. This is the kind of book that is really best approached as blindly as possible. It is also a very difficult book to review because almost anything that I say about the actual story would be a spoiler. I am going to do my best to be as spoiler free as possible in this review. The second book ends with a huge cliffhanger and things are not looking so good for Reyna. She has so much to overcome in this installment and the way she dealt with everything shows a lot of character growth since the start of the series. This book had a whole lot of ups and downs and I spent a whole lot of time worried about how things would work out for Reyna and everyone else. The characters in this book go through a wide range of emotions that really pulled me into the story. There was plenty of action and a whole lot of excitement that really kept me turning the pages as quickly as I could. I would recommend this series to others. I thought that this was a really well done trilogy with a very satisfying ending. I am really quite amazed by how pleased I am about how everything came together at the end of this book. I cannot wait to read more from K.A. Linde in the future. I received a digital review copy of this book from Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept via NetGalley.
JoannaDursi More than 1 year ago
(4.5 stars) WHAT AN ENDING!! There’s not much I can say because I don’t want to spoil the final book for anybody. What I can say is that I devoured BLOOD CURE in one day. From the first page I was there with Reyna experiencing the rollercoaster of emotions she felt and rode this crazy ride with her. I love this world that Ms. Linde made and there are a few characters that I think we need to be explored more (hint…hint). I hate to say goodbye to Reyna and the rest of Elle and HOPE that somewhere down the line we get more because that’s what I want…MORE!!
CharlotteLynnsReviews More than 1 year ago
What a conclusion to a series…who will win? Humans or Vampires? The Blood Type Series must be read in order. The books feed entirely off each other. Blood Cure starts up exactly where the 2nd book left off and finishes off the series. My feelings are mixed on this ending. I felt like the buildup was HUGE, there was so much more to tell, so much more for Reyna to do yet now that I have finished I feel like there is still more to tell. I almost feel let down at this ending. I devoured the first three books and could not read them fast enough. I raved about them to my fellow vampire lovers and this one is good too it just isn’t as good as the first two. I am so hooked on the love between Reyna and Beckham. He is a vampire that falls for his blood mate, who ends up being his soul mate. Did I agree with the way he always treats Reyna? No way but he seemed to always do what was best for her whether she saw it that way or not. There was never a time that I doubt that they belonged together. Their love would get them through whatever the world was throwing at them and make them stronger. K.A. Linde is now one of my must-read authors and I cannot wait to read more of her books.
MNWELLS More than 1 year ago
This is the third and final book in this series and I loved how everything wrapped up. Reyna is almost a completely different person to me. In the first book she was kind of weak and let everyone walk all over her. But now, now I love her. She is so strong. She had gone through hell and has come out fighting and I LOVE it! Beckham grew on me as well.. I will not lie and say he was my favorite hero of all time because he wasn't.. but he fit well with Reyna. This book is filled with action and love. It was by far my favorite of the three books. I was given a copy of this book by the author.
CRISSYM More than 1 year ago
The beginning of this book had my heart racing and me sitting on the edge of my seat. Rowland was dead set on getting revenge. He went at it with everything he had and he wasn't stopping. This book was action packed from the very beginning. Lives were lost and changed. There was destruction and there was rebuilding but everything was unpredictable. The ending was worth the journey. There were moments that made you smile, made you want to pull your hair out and moments that left you wanting more. No one was safe. I wanted more of GRAVES! There is so much mystery to who he is and I was left wanting more of him, in any way. The ending to Reyna and Becks story was a good one and the world was definitely a better place. The epilogue gives readers updates on the characters you have come to love but I honestly wanted more. I wanted an "unforgettable" ending to Becks and Reyna's story and it was missing to me, but even with that missing this series was one that I would read again and again.
CRISSYM More than 1 year ago
The beginning of this book had my heart racing and me sitting on the edge of my seat. Rowland was dead set on getting revenge. He went at it with everything he had and he wasn't stopping. This book was action packed from the very beginning. Lives were lost and changed. There was destruction and there was rebuilding but everything was unpredictable. The ending was worth the journey. There were moments that made you smile, made you want to pull your hair out and moments that left you wanting more. No one was safe. I wanted more of GRAVES! There is so much mystery to who he is and I was left wanting more of him, in any way. The ending to Reyna and Becks story was a good one and the world was definitely a better place. The epilogue gives readers updates on the characters you have come to love but I honestly wanted more. I wanted an "unforgettable" ending to Becks and Reyna's story and it was missing to me, but even with that missing this series was one that I would read again and again.
ChristyPeck More than 1 year ago
After the killer ending in Blood Match, Blood Cure couldn’t come fast enough. I’m literally addicted to Beckham. I needed more and more I got. Reyna finally comes into her own in this one. After everything is gone and she’s left to pick up the pieces she finds her voice and boy is it loud. This book tied up everything neatly and left little unsaid. Awesome trilogy! And yes, I’m still addicted to Beckham. ;)
BookAddictLive More than 1 year ago
Wow what a finale to a great series, after the end of the last book I thought all was was lost. This book is an action packed with so much happening, especially with Reyna. At the end of the Blood Match the resistance was in disarray, after so many killed with others missing. Reyna comes into her own, her confidence and her ability to take charge and find many of the members of Elle. This is a great book with Beckham and Reyna growing even more in love. The shocks and disappointment and the treatment of the human population keep coming. Something happens that no one could predict that give Elle an advantage. If you have read the first two books in the series this is a must read, if you haven’t I can’t recommend this trilogy more, especially for lovers of paranormal romance with an action packed kick. Great series I have loved it every step of the way, so for me this is a 5 star read to finish this addictive trilogy.
Jolie More than 1 year ago
OMG. What did I read? What happened in this book!! I can’t even!!! I was expecting Blood Cure to be good but I wasn’t expecting it to be THAT good. I couldn’t believe what I read. I couldn’t believe what was revealed. Kudos to the author for pulling off an ending that stunned me. If the series lacked sex in the first two books, it was more than made up in Blood Cure. Reyna and Beckham went at it like rabbits. Also, the chemistry that they had been insane. I needed a fan after a couple of the sex scenes…they were that hot. I liked that Beckham finally told Reyna about his past. I wasn’t too surprised by what he told her. I had a feeling that he wasn’t a nice guy back in the day. But the true scope of what he was and what he did made me shudder. What he did to his sister was awful and heartbreaking. Reyna didn’t even blink twice when he told her. It didn’t even bother her when he admitted what he did. He was remorseful but still. Reyna was the star of this book. She was determined to beat Harrington at his game. She became the figurehead for Elle after Visage tried to take the group down. After finding out about her blood, she was willing to let the Dr study it. I couldn’t get enough of her in this book and was sad when it ended. Beckham was her only weakness. What I said about Beckham aside, I liked him. He became fully fleshed out in this book. His worry for Reyna came across loud and clear. He was willing to risk his life so that Reyna could meet her goals. I did think that he should have seen Penny for who she was sooner. Also, I was creeped out about his past. Other than that, I loved him. Harrington was truly an evil man. But, I felt bad for him. When his past was explained, I could understand why he was the way he was. But that doesn’t excuse the direction he pointed Visage in or what he did to Reyna when she was being held captive. I thought the end of his storyline was perfect!!! I do have a small complaint about Jodie. I understood her need to find her cousin but man, really, a strip club? I was surprised at who she hooked up with at the end of the book. Very surprised. I loved the storyline involving Reyna’s blood, soulmates, and Beckham. I was happy to see Beckham try to make right with his sister. I was happy to see that Reyna’s blood was able to pave the way. But it was sad. That poor woman. All the storylines in the Blood Type series were ended in Blood Cure. The author did a fantastic job of wrapping them all up. I did have a question about Graves. Who or what the heck was he? It was never answered in the book. I was thinking some sort of incubus but I don’t know. All I know is that he was a combination of sex and danger. The end of Blood Cure was as good as I expected it to be. Like I mentioned above, I enjoyed how Reyna beat Harrington at his game.
OpheliaOA More than 1 year ago
Holy wow! Another amazing book from K.A. Linde. I just really loved this series and it kept me on the edge of my seat the whole entire time. It was amazing and it made me fall in love even more with Beckham and Reyna as a couple. I loved how they both grew and became stronger as a person and as a couple. I can’t wait to read more of K.A. Linde’s work. A must read!!!! ****Received this ARC by NetGalley as an exchange for an honest review.
GTIndieCafe More than 1 year ago
While I was a big fan of Buffy and Angel on the TV shows, I was never a fan of vampire books or movies. I just had a hard time getting into books in this genre. That is until Linde wrote this series! OMG! I was enraptured by Beckham and Reyna. Their story was one that both captured my mind and heart. I'm going to miss them greatly. I don't even want to believe this is the last book in their story. I think the author left it open with so much more to tell! I hope, somehow, someway, K.A. continues this journey with the story and characters! I adore Linde and her words, I always have. This series, however, took us to a whole new level! I cannot wait to see what that imagination of hers brings us next!
Christine_Miller More than 1 year ago
I'll admit I'm not a huge paranormal reader, but I'm a huge fan of Ms. Linde. I was completely spellbound by this last book in the trilogy. I couldn't put it down. The cliffhanger of the second book left me with my mouth open wondering how we come back from that. I loved Reyna's strength and perseverance and how she rose from the ashes to lead the Elle group. I don't want to talk about the story because no spoilers here! This book was so action packed. It was like the Hunger Games and Divergent series! Lots going on and lots of characters to love and hate. The writing was brilliant and held my attention all the way through. Reyna and Becks completely stole my heart. Reyna is such a strong leading lady and my heart soared for the woman she has become throughout this story. It was amazing to watch her transformation to the woman she is at the end of book 3. This is a must read!!!
momof3infl More than 1 year ago
The intense finale to a spectacular trilogy! After the stunning conclusion to Blood Match, I wasn't sure where Blood Cure was going to take us, but I knew I was so excited to dive in! I think Blood Cure is my favorite out of this electric series, it shows just how strong Reyna is. This girl has been through so much, and to see her journey was incredible. With the world tumbling down around them, who will come out on top. This series was like a game of chess, and my mind was blown with how the game was played out. Blood Cure is full of passion, nail-biting moments, and revelations that will make your jaw drop. This is a must-read!
Rachael_Leissner More than 1 year ago
Since reading the final words in Blood Cure, I have struggled for a few days on how to review this without giving away the entire book! Let me just express to you how the book made me feel instead of letting you know what happened in the book. In Blood Cure we pick right back up where we left off in Blood Match. Reyna is heartbroken from the loss of Becks; Harrington is running ramped and causing chaos in the world; and Elle struggles to rebuild having lost two of their strongest Vampire allies. This book has so much packed into it, that Kyla has truly surprised me in this one. It was a crazy emotional filled adventure that made me feel every emotion imaginable. The amount of angst packed into the final of this story, and the amount of twists you truthfully don’t see coming, has made this by far the best book of the series. On top of that, this is the best series I’ve read all year! Hands down Kyla has been able to invoke some of the best emotions I’ve had in a long time while reading a book. Even in a paranormal romance that seems so far out of the world of reality, I felt it. I felt all of it. I was right there with Reyna while she was crushed and heartbroken over Becks; I was there with the remaining Elle members as they found a way to move forward and fight Harrington; I was there until the final page when the story ends in such a way that left me begging for more. The story was wrapped up nicely and completed, but there is so much more that I would love to see from this world of Vampires learning to live with Humans in a humane way. Bravo Kyla on another series well done, and I am so grateful to have been able to go on that adventure with your characters through the good and the bad.
Devin_McCain More than 1 year ago
Oh, such a bittersweet goodbye! This series was so unique, sexy, angsty, heartbreaking, and wonderful. This was the perfect wrap-up with plenty of room if the vampire lords hear my prayers and bless Miss Linde with more words for this world! Loved every minute of it with my whole heart. “But here, now, there were just two blood matches who had found the cure to their souls.”