Blood Sense (Blood Destiny #3)

Blood Sense (Blood Destiny #3)

by Connie Suttle

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940013358904
Publisher: Connie Suttle
Publication date: 09/13/2011
Series: Blood Destiny , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,134,915
File size: 592 KB

About the Author

After earning her MFA at the University of Oklahoma, Connie taught courses at the University level for a few years before taking a job as a manager for a bookstore. In 2007, she decided to write seriously. Connie now works as a full-time author, and lives in Oklahoma with her husband and a small herd of cats.

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Blood Sense 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
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Such a GREAT BOOK LV IT!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Every book gets better and better! I really love Lissa's strength, hate all the crap she has to deal with
KaylnuTX More than 1 year ago
I like strong female leads that can give as good as she takes and Lissa doesn't fail to deliver.
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Terrific series and a new exciting author!
PonyGA More than 1 year ago
Third book in a wonderful new series. Only a month after trying to kill herself, Lissa is sent to the US to help the NSA and Homeland Security agencies. Lissa has deep trust issues with males. She had a horrible betrayal in her childhood, and betrayals one after another from the vampires she has to associate with. The ending of this book will shock you as Lissa is betrayed by the one male she thought was trust worthy. This a jewel of a book you will want to read over and over.
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Katya_Sozaeva More than 1 year ago
Honestly, I can't tell much about this plot at all without some serious spoilers. I can say we see a lot of people from the previous books and learn what is happening with Winkler and Kellee. Tony Hancock features predominantly in this book. There is a great deal of intrigue relating to the vampires as we learn about an ancient rogue whose offspring are running rampant around the world. Again the novel moves quickly. I had a hard time keeping myself from shaking my Kindle to make it turn the pages more quickly so I could try to keep up with the action. The characters continue to have their own, unique voices and Suttle's writing style is as wonderful as ever. Watch for book 4, "Blood Domination," due 10/15/11 and book 5, "Blood Royal," due 11/15/11.
wallabyjoe More than 1 year ago
Lissa has once again proven herself invaluable to the Vampire Council and the Werewolf Grand Master, serving both races, of which she is a member. It took time for Lissa to recover from her deliberate attempt to face the sun, and her efforts may have served as a wake-up call to those around her who profess to love and care about her. Horrid details of her past are uncovered that explain why she took the harsh, and wholly unwarranted, discipline issued by the Council so badly. Not one to let fledgling vampires stew in their own sorrow, Wlodek, head of the Vampire Council, decides to loan Lissa and her abilities to the head of Homeland Security. Not only would it help to cement good relations between the Council and the United States, but it would take Lissa out of harm's way in the UK, where a deadly and twisted force is on a rampage, killing innocent school children. Meanwhile, in the USA, Lissa finds herself helping guard the President and other political figures, and getting involved once again in the inner political dealings among the werewolves. Just as she is learning to accept her lot in life, and the fact that the people she works for expect her service and loyalty without much in the way of trust and faith in her in return, she is bitterly betrayed by one of the few men she thought she could trust.