Secrets in Blood by Patricia D. Eddy (Reviewed by Laura)

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Title: Secrets in Blood

    Author: Patricia D. Eddy

    Published Date: September 10, 2013

    Genre:  Paranormal, Romance / Urban Fantasy

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   ***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

   Synopsis

Vampires are out in the open and have been for centuries now. Some want to be able to feed on who they want when they want, so they aim to change the law that prohibits them from feeding directly from the source. And there are some humans that want to destroy the threat of the vampires, whether the vampires agree with this law or not. A faction of humans that are part of an extremist religious group are working on a serum to do just that.

Nicola Angliatti , is one of the vampires who enforces the law to never feed from humans. He is visiting America when he comes across a young girl alone and scared in the forest. Neither Nicola nor the young girl aware that she is being used, the extremists are using her as bait to draw out any vampire in the area. Evangeline is no longer a young girl when she finds the vampire that helped her years earlier now in chains and tortured in the place she calls home.

 ***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***

paragraph divider 18 ***Laura, #NerdGirlLaura’s Review***

Vampires are out in the open and have been for centuries now. Some want to be able to feed on who they want when they want, so they aim to change the law that prohibits them from feeding directly from the source. And there are some humans that want to destroy the threat of the vampires, whether the vampires agree with this law or not. A faction of humans that are part of an extremist religious group are working on a serum to do just that.

Nicola Angliatti , is one of the vampires who enforces the law to never feed from humans. He is visiting America when he comes across a young girl alone and scared in the forest. Neither Nicola nor the young girl aware that she is being used, the extremists are using her as bait to draw out any vampire in the area. Evangeline is no longer a young girl when she finds the vampire that helped her years earlier now in chains and tortured in the place she calls home.

I loved this story, Patricia’s character development is so natural everything feels right. No decisions or choices by the characters feel like they are manipulated by the author and so are unnatural for the character. Evangeline’s development is one of my favourite character developments. She’s grown up being taught by religious extremists, and her struggle to trust vampires including Nicola is something that doesn’t just happen overnight, but she knows right from wrong whether that person is human or vampire. This story is full of action and attraction but that’s not all it is about, Evangeline has tough decisions to make and she is a heroine worthy of anyone’s time.

I give this book five stars, because I can’t recommend Patricia D. Eddy enough.

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