Blood Vice

Blood Vice

by Angela Roquet

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BN ID: 2940154311745
Publisher: Violent Siren Press
Publication date: 06/27/2017
Series: Blood Vice Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,239
File size: 472 KB

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Blood Vice 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Funny new take on urban fantasy. A heroine that can make you laugh and cry at the same time. Can not wait for the next in series.
Anonymous 7 months ago
I couldn't put this dow n! Love the entire series. Can't wait for the book coming in 2019!!
Anonymous 8 months ago
Glad I didn’t actually purchase. No substance to the story or character development. I read hoping it would lead to a series I would purchase. Now I am unlikely to purchase this authors work in the future.
Anonymous 21 days ago
This book is slowwwwww and borrring it will get no stars If I could. I could not even finish reading it
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Anonymous 4 months ago
Great book! Couldn’t put it down and read it in 3 days! Thank you for getting me hooked!! Looking forward to see where Jenna goes from here!
Anonymous 4 months ago
This one caught my attention right at the beginning, that hasn't happened in a long time. Interesting story, plenty of action and suspense. Think you know all the rules about vampires? Follow this newly turned vamp as she discovers her new existence.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Anonymous 6 months ago
Different twist
Anonymous 6 months ago
Very addictive series. Fun read. Totally immerses you in the world that she has created. Couldn't stop thinking about it for days after I finished reading the series.
Anonymous 6 months ago
12/18. Wow! Good story! What a surprise after reading so many of B&N's free books! This one was really interesting. An unusual story, to say the least. The author would be an excellent writer if she mastered the tools of her trade: punctuation and grammar. The writing is not repetitious or confusing. There are no sex scenes to cheapen the story. However, The book would be much better without the foul language. It's just not necessary. The Holy Name of Jesus, certainly, should not have been taken in vain. Neither should His Father's. Too bad that the writer is as lacking in knowledge of punctuation and grammar as all the other books I've read lately. I'll not read any more of this writer's books because of that. I'm going to have to return to non-fiction books. Those writers are better educated, and I'm not frustrated with writing errors. The author's knowledge of Punctuation is pretty good, but she needs to study the use of commas. At least, she doesn't have semi-colons and colons in all of the wrong places. Common grammatical errors: omits "that" and other such identifier words ; "me" rather than "my" ; my and... ; noun/verb agreement ; was/were ; you/ your ; on/onto ; in/into To the readers: see how many errors you can find. Improve your own English skills. If you can't find them, you might brush up on High School Freshman English. Or, earlier.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First in a series... it was really good. hoping that the next book will be just as good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book! Several interesting characters (Jenna and her twin sister, Mandy, Roman) are introduced and their characteristics are beginning to be seen. Additionally, an intriguing villain appears and will be appearing again. Much to be explained still, much to be learned, yet this was still a satisfying story. I've pre-ordered the next in the series!
Anonymous 7 months ago
Good start... curious to see where Jenna goes from here
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I will read more of this author
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STARED AT LAURA, my mouth hanging open like an idiot, and tried to come up with a simple lie to pacify her. It should have been easy. But I couldn’t even get my teeth to stop chattering. “It’s f-f-for a recipe. B-b-blood pudding,” I said, wrapping my arms around my middle. “Oh my God, Jenna.” Laura set the blood down and circled the counter. “Are you okay? You’re turning blue.” “M-m-maybe the th-thermostat is broken.” I caught a whiff of her fruity shampoo, and the salty tears dried to her cheeks. The red eating at the edges of my sight pulsed stronger as she neared me. “Stay back!” Laura froze, her eyes swelling to the size of silver dollars. “What’s going on here?” A line of worry cut across her forehead, and I was sure my expression mirrored hers—though it was likely paler, and I could feel the bones in my face pressing through my skin. I eyed the containers of blood on the counter, just past my sister, and debated whether or not to risk getting that close to her in order to reach them. But the longer I waited, the harder it would be. And the more danger Laura would be in. Laura folded her arms and glared at me, the shock and concern quickly shifting into anger. “Are you on drugs? Please tell me you aren’t that stupid.” “Not drugs,” I said between labored breaths. My fingernails bit into the palms of my hands as I made up my mind. I sidestepped around her and lunged for the blood, taking a container up in my shaking hands. The tacky fluid oozed over the brim as I ripped the lid off and lifted it to my mouth. A thin film had formed on the top. It stuck to the roof of my mouth, and under normal circumstances, it would have triggered my gag reflex.