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Thursday, April 13, 2017
•٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠• Review, Giveaway & Book Tour For Blood Vowed (Blood Ravagers, #2) By Traci Douglass •٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠•
What an amazing book. It was so packed with action and
romance.This book is so well written and thought out. I so
cannot wait for the next book.
This book is Rev's story and how he meets his life mate
Clairehis Korshka. And of all places they meet in a dungeon.
He a vampire assassin and she a supposed long ago extinct
race called Dygarian,a race of shadow-shifters. She is so
beautiful with her green skin and red hair, well Rev believes
so. But he is keeping a secret from her, and that may be his
biggest mistake ever. But until then he will train her to fight.
But he is in for a surprise with her. She is a badass pure and
simple. I Love a book where the women are just as much a
hero as the men. And this book did not disappoint me. The
battle with the council was epic and loved how it all
went down. When you see who ended it you will love it.
So ready to read the next book.
Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope
you enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this
book, please consider leaving a review. The Authors really
like it when you do; they value your opinions too.
Peering around Rev, Claire studied the new opponent. The thing was big and ugly and must’ve come running from the deepest crevices of the dungeons. It launched itself at Rev, saliva dripping from its huge sword-like fangs as if it wanted to gobble the vamp up for dinner.
This wasn’t her first run-in with the Council’s monsters who went bump in the night. There were others, many, many others that lurked in the shadows down here. In the past she’d always had a contingent of guards surrounding her when she’d come to clean, then later, she’d had the iron bars of her cage. Now, though, there was nothing between her and what looked like certain death. Nothing but a vamp she didn’t know and didn’t particularly trust, who was currently getting the thrashing of his immortal life from the looks of it.
The need for self-preservation swelling inside her, Claire mentally reviewed the texts she’d read about hand-to-hand combat while she searched for a weapon. At last, she settled on a sharp shard of wood from one of the vicious roots that had died and assumed a battle stance.
Time for a little payback.
As she crouched and prepared to strike, Rev dodged from one side of the narrow passage to the other, slicing the tip of his makeshift rock dagger across the beast’s throat…only to disappear. Vampires were notoriously fast and Rev even more so due to his training.
Still, the creature remained on its feet, healing quickly and growing angrier.
Rev reappeared in a flash and struck again and again, inflicting more damage each time. The creature tried to claw him, but Rev always seemed to duck at the perfect moment. Much as Claire hated to admit it, his masterful skill was impressive. He never seemed to make actual deadly contact with the monster or land a punch though. Why? She wasn’t sure, since the opportunities were there.
Then the idea occurred that perhaps the whispered rumors of the other prisoners were true. Perhaps he had left his killer ways behind and now searched for redemption by turning only against the people who had made him what he was. That would certainly make sense, given what he’d told her about why he was here, why he’d sacrificed himself and his freedom.
Claire clutched her wooden stake tighter. No. Even if that were true and he had changed his ways, it would not alter his fate. She had nothing to her name now, nothing but her integrity and her vengeance. She would use him to keep her safe until she could fend for herself and then she would end him as she’d promised.
The beast swiped a razor-sharp talon at Rev, nearly beheading him if not for his quick reflexes, and this time Claire jumped into the action. The assassin was hers to kill. No one else’s. “You have five seconds, creature,” she shouted. “I suggest you run. Fast.”
At the sound of her voice, the monster narrowed its black gaze, growling, “Mine.”
“Three seconds left.”
Rev dove through the air and gouged out one of the beast’s eyes. Yelps of pain echoed.
Retaliating, the creature slammed hard into Rev’s chest. Rev tumbled backward through the dark tunnel, disappearing into the shadows beyond.
Slowly, Claire turned back to face the beast that had just signed its death warrant. “Zero.”