Monday, June 24, 2013

Review: Love and Blood by Jessica Gibson

Love and Blood (Blood Ties, #1)
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Title: Love and Blood
Author: Jessica Gibson
Series: Blood Ties #1
Version Reviewed: Finished, eBook

GoodReads Summary:
Bronwyn Fitzgibbons was young and reckless. It was easy for Ronan to steal her human life and make her a vampire. She ran, but she never forgot him--or how he made her feel.
Rider saved Bronwyn from the new life she loathed and the new self she detested. His love restored her sanity.

Now Ronan is back to claim her. She struggles like hell against him, but she cannot deny the overwhelming power of her maker. Will Bronwyn surrender to the one who could possess her utterly? Or can she find the strength to choose the one who loves her as she is?
This book started off pretty much right where Blood Lust ended.  It jumps right into the story with no hesitation.

I really liked the characters in this book, especially Ronan.  His story leaves me curious for more information about him.

I did feel like the book was really rushed.  A lot of scenes that could have been drawn out were over really quickly and I feel like the book itself was way too short for the amount of content inside of it.

I also feel like the transition between the Ronan story and the Tucker situation was too sudden and abrupt.  You're dealing with one story and one set of characters when a whole other world comes crashing into the picture unannounced.

I think with just a few more chapters and smoother transitions, I would have really fallen for Love and Blood and could have given it more stars.

Characters: Ronan and Rider.
Rating: 3 Stars.
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*This book was provided for free by the author for review.

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