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Destined Blood (Nephilim’s Destiny – Book 2)
by Tessa Cole
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Slow Burn, PNR, RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down and Dirty
Great addition to the growing series – Read it.
Read my review of Destined Darkness, Book 1 in this series here!
What is it about?
With the Archnephilim defeated, Essie steps back away from the JOC and rejoins her mundane life, determined to go back to her beat cop existence. After all, the closer she gets to the Team, the more likely they will discover her secret. Yet fate and circumstance laugh at her plans, soon landing Essie in the path of the JOC once again – and this time, it’s the Mayor who wants her on the team.
Nothing about this situation fills Essie with comfort – not even Kol’s flashing smile, Marcus’s growling protection, Jacob’s vampire commands or Gideon’s angelic and soul destroying presence. They are too close, too tempting and far too dangerous….
I am really enjoying the build up and interplay of these books and the characters I am growing to love. Essie is growing yet still hiding, vainly trying to be part of a world that could easily destroy her – if her heart doesn’t implode first.
First person, single POV
Episodic HFN with series Hook
- Well written.
- Characters feel alive and relatable.
- Unique take on familiar themes, especially empathy.
- Some minor editing issues, more spell check error than anything.
This is fast becoming one of my favorite finds of the New Year. I highly recommend that you add the entire series to your Kindle queue today!
Published January 1st, 2019
Please note, this is a Reverse Harem novel with sexual content more suited to older audiences. 18+
If you enjoyed this review, please be sure to check out a few of my other articles!
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What are you reading today? Have you found any good serials in January? Have you read this series yet? Leave a comment, let me know – I would love to talk!
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