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I don't know what all the hype is about this book. I think the H was a jerk. He totally had no honor and didn't keep any of his promises to let the heroine return home after she cured his brother. His reasons for keeping her were totally selfish, and he treated her badly. Whenever she would fight back, he would call her deceitful and continue to keep her prisoner, despite the fact he was keeping secrets himself.
The plot was interesting and I can see how it will tie in with the next book in the series, but the H in this one is a lose, lose for me. I didn't find him likeable at all. To be honest, I can't imagine the heroine being in love with him, not after knowing him for all of two days. He was her first lover, I believe she is suffering from Stockholm Syndrome.
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Great follow up to the first book - can not wait to see how this series will go! also from what I understand these characters stories are continuing so we dont get the HEA now but in later books. Very good read though.
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Is there anything you would change about this book?
I would change the main plot as two people on opposite side of the war falling for each other was just too similar to the first book. It felt all a bit to forced.
Would you be willing to try another book from Lindsay J. Pryor? Why or why not?
I was think about trying the next book but I feel that it might be too much like the other two.
What does Anne Flosnik bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
I love the emotion that she brings to the story.
Could you see Blood Roses being made into a movie or a TV series? Who would the stars be?
Any additional comments?
It all felt too forced, two people that are so far on the opposite side being drawn to each even while they say the hate each other. Then in a matter of days they have fallen in love.
It looks like every new book in the Blackthorn series grows darker and more addictive. In this continuation of the series, we're introduced to the Vampire Caleb and the Serryn Layla. Just as with Kane and Caitlyn, both appear to be polar opposites. Kane a former Serryn hunter and Layla a powerful Serryn. However, as their story progresses you start to see that they are similar. Layla is fighting her Serryn nature and has a strong need to protect her two sisters. While Caleb is fighting the monster that he was when he was a Serryn hunter and trying to protect his brother Jake.
This is a dark psychological romance and also intense as you are right there with Caleb and Layla as they fight their inner nature.
I can't wait to read Blood Torn!