Title: Flesh and Blood (Wages of Sin, #2)
Author: Laurencia Hoffman
Published Date: October 6th 2016
Genre: Horror Paranormal
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
They swore they would never see each other again, but after Blake begs for a second chance, Melina agrees to give their relationship another try. They look past their transgressions and move toward the future, but with their willingness to be in each other’s lives comes great danger. The infamous werewolf pack is on their heels and they have no intention of letting the vampires escape this time.
After a traumatizing incident, Izzy and Melina grow closer, though it drives Izzy and Blake further apart. Blake is determined to prove his devotion to his friends and family, but his erratic behavior threatens to destroy his relationships. Secrets are revealed, lines are crossed, and lives are forever changed.
He is also trying to control his baser instincts, which is proving hard to do. And the fact that Melina and Izzy have a relationship that is closer by the day doesn’t make it easier for him. All while dealing with a werewolf pack who want the vampires dead for good.
This was a great read. I love how crazy Blake is. His behavior is more true to vampiric nature than you find in most books these days. Melina seems a tad manipulative but she was that way in Bad Blood as well. I can’t wait to see where book 3 takes them on their crazy journey.
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