Title: Eternal Bloodthirst (Blood Moon #1)
Author: S.J. Blackrose
Published Date: August 16th 2015
Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Every vampire has a soulmate, and once they find them, the clock starts ticking…
Vadym and Elyzaveta both know they are meant to be, but a series of betrayals and misunderstandings prevent them from being together. Even after almost a century, they are both too stubborn to give in. Because of this, Lilith, his queen, gives him a deadline. One he intends to ignore.
The sudden return of their enemy brings them back together in a way they never would have anticipated. A deadly threat forces them to leave their homes to start a new and safer life in a small town on the other side of the planet. Another unexpected tragedy makes her hate him all over again, and this time, she is not the only one.
When the most powerful witch in existence threatens their town and thus their lives, they know they have to find a way to kill her and her warlocks, and together, they just might be able to do so.
Vadym, leader of the Vampiri, now has to recover the love of his life as well as the love of his daughter. Not an easy task. What he doesn´t remember, is that it is only a matter of time until Lilith forces the deadline on them, threatening to kill the only woman meant for him…
Warning: this book will bite! It contains scenes of a graphic nature and is not intended for readers of less than 18 years. Read at your own discretion.
Caught in the crossfire are Vadym and Elyzaveta (or Ely for short). They are a branded couple who can seemingly never be together, until one day Lilith gives Vadym an ultimatum, either complete the ceremony or the cease to exist. Not wanting to force Ely to choose between him and her family he keeps this information from her. Their story is one of loss, betrayal, and heartache and I loved every minute of this book, so much so that I read it in one sitting.
The writing style used is from multiple points of view which I love. Mainly it sticks to Vadym and Ely but we do get a glimpse at other characters as well, including Lilith. The author does a great job of not making it feel choppy or stilted, which can happen with this style.
The story is so well written I’m surprised it’s the author’s first novel. The main story is nicely wrapped up but does end in a cliff hanger, one that I definitely never saw coming.
Overall I think this is an excellent start to a great series. One that I will most definitely be keeping my eye on. I recommend this to all lovers of Paranormal, over the age of 18 of course.
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