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Blood Vow (Blood Moon Rising Trilogy #3)

3.91  ·  Rating Details ·  1,027 Ratings  ·  106 Reviews
A volatile mix of both Lycan and Slayer, half-breed Falon is Alpha female of her pack, marked by rival Alpha brothers. But when she learns that she is the daughter of the Master Slayer who murdered Lucien and Rafael’s parents, the revelation throws her relationship with both brothers into chaos. Falon begs them not to condemn her for her father’s deeds. She realizes before ...more
ebook, 250 pages
Published December 4th 2012 by Berkley Heat (first published 2012)
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Alexis *Reality Bites*
4 STARS out of 5
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Erotica


Learning her true identity handed down from her birth parents puts Falon on edge. As she struggles to unite pack Vulkasin and Mondragon along with their Alpha's in Blood Vow.

The blood moon is quickly approaching and only the power of three will ensure the survival of Falon, Raphael, Lucien and the entire Lycan race. Book three picks up right where book two left off... Falon is with Fenrir but it does not take long for L
Jul 20, 2012 Yajaira rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites, arcs

I want to thank Karin Tabke for finally giving in to my incessant whining and begging and sending me this ARC. Great timing too, I was about to camp out on her lawn until she gave in! ;) lol!

Let me start off by saying that Blood Vow was one of my most anticipated books of 2012. I have been emotionally invested in this series since I read Book 1, Blood Law and only became more obsessed with these characters with Book 2, Bloodright.
Yes, I will admit it was all
Jan 30, 2013 Julie rated it it was ok
Ugh this book was everything I hoped it wouldnt be. I guess I shouldn't have been suprised when I predicted a lot of it from reading the second book. I really just needed to comfirm my suspicions by knowing if I was right. I didnt actually read this. I skimmed it to get to the important parts. Falon's desire to have both men because she couldnt choose was crap. She did choose in book 2. Now she cant because the blood right is null and void. What crap. The fact that the men gave in was crap. They ...more
Beside the cover reveal BIG SPOILER for two previous book (Blood Law and Bloodright), its also mean "Two is better than one"

The easy way to solve love triangle problem without make another guy broken heart.

And everyone live happily ever after. #duh
 ~*~Princess Nhya~*~
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This was just an awesome read. I love this trilogy. The more I think on it though, the more I realized that I was always an emotional wreck while reading each book. And once I finished them. But THIS book? Blew it up for me. I can't really say much for fear of ruining it, but get book 1 & start from there. Trust me. You will not be sorry.

This book had me all over the place. From here..
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(This gone be good)

To here..
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To here..
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Over here..
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A few pit stops here..
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PLENTY over here..
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And fina
Jan 17, 2012 Rita rated it really liked it
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Dec 08, 2012 Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews rated it really liked it
Shey's review posted Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

4.5 Stars

First off I must say that if you have not read this series then you really need to start with the first book, Blood Law, to fully understand what is going on. This book is not meant to be read as a standalone.

I want you to know how hard this is for me to write without giving any spoilers in one word HARD!!

In the third and final installment of A Blood Moon Rising trilogy everything finally comes together and we get the answers we have cra
Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
Posted on Under the Covers

In the finale of the Blood Moon Rising trilogy, Karin Tabke wastes no time in getting to the good stuff. BLOOD VOW dives right into the action where BLOODRIGHT left off. Falon discovers something integral about herself in this book – she is the daughter of the Master Slayer who murdered Rafael and Lucien’s parents. This makes her a Lycan and Slayer hybrid, a forbidden mix that is sure to cause the shifter’s hackles to rise. Tempted to tell both Rafa and Lucas of her ide
Jan 05, 2014 Bri rated it it was ok
Shelves: m-f-m, werewolves
I rate this book a 1.5 out of five.

It actually pained me to read about Falon. Despite me knowing that what she's doing is crucial to the unity of both packs, I absolutely hate how she can't just pick one brother. Seeing them both begging her and professing their love for her made me pity them, to be honest. I don't doubt that a person can love more than one person, but to go back and forth between brothers is a little sickening for me.

Now this part has spoilers, so beware.

Why couldn't she ha
April Brookshire
Sep 09, 2012 April Brookshire rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal

I liked it, but not as much as book 1 and 2. The relationship (threesome) stuff was actually kinda boring and felt a little like Anita Blake, Jean Claude and Richard. The Power of Three reminded me of the Anita Blake series especially, but at least sex wasn't the answer to saving the world.

The paranormal plot stuff was interesting but I would've liked more of that. It'd been so long since I'd read the first two books that I didn't remember a lot of the rules for this world and some ref
Kiki Rizky Agustina
So I enjoyed the first book and iritated with the second book. Now for the final book (this is the last entangle of the series, right? Cuz, you know, Karin Tabke decided to give a little cliffhanger in the epilogue section) my reaction was:

Aug 15, 2012 Marie marked it as to-read
Shelves: best-covers
*chants silently*
Please end up with Lucian.
Please end up with Lucian.


But if the brothers do except this weird love triangle, at least technically she'll be with Lucian so.. I don't really care.

Also, OMG. That cover is *swoon* LOVE IT!
Sep 30, 2013 Rinou rated it liked it
I liked that Rafael, Lucien, and Falon come together at last, and the men's struggles about this arrangement was realistic. My problem was with the battle. We've been waiting for it for the whole series, and it's done in 10 pages at most. Frustrating (no I'm not bloodthirsty LOL).
Deanna Drake
Mar 27, 2012 Deanna Drake rated it liked it
Finally issues and loss of someone special in my life delayed reading. I am happy with the ending of this trilogy. A bit predictable for me and I did start to get bored with this third book. But overall a fun series.
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I am so sad to have read the last page of "Blood Vow" because now I know it is has officially ended the trilogy of Falon, Lucian, and Rafe. I have fallen in love with this trilogy since the moment I read the first page of "Blood Law". I am saddened that it has ended, but now I am intrigued even more with the last page of "Blood Vow".
Karin Tabke, you know how to write a book that makes my emotions go haywire...I went from about to cry, to smiling, to squirmi
Shanyn Hosier
I eagerly awaited this, the final installment of Falon, Lucien, and Raphael's story. I read the entire thing in one day, racing to the finish.

When the Blood Moon Rising series is taken as a whole, the characters are vibrant, enthralling, and sympathetic. The brutal, violent, primal world of Lycan and Slayer is intriguing and complex: a supernatural dystopia mired in racial hatred and genocide. Tabke's series features blisteringly hot sex scenes cheek-by-jowl with blood-curdling, pulse-pounding a
Nov 26, 2012 EMILY rated it it was amazing
This review is my personal opinion and may contain: spoilers, quotes, rants, cussing (sometimes I cannot help myself) and a possible full on recap. I in no way want to ruin anyone’s book reading experience so please read my words with caution.

SERIOUSLY!!! Who saw Fenrir being released and taking Falon as his own? I am in shock. Book 3 opens with the brothers feeling the same way. The witch Gilda tells the brothers that Falon is the key because she is of two bloo
Carmel (Rabid Reads)
Sep 06, 2011 Carmel (Rabid Reads) rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: werewolves
Reviewed by: Rabid Reads

The conclusion to Karin Tabke’s Blood Moon Rising trilogy is as pleasurable as it is provocative. Previously, I made the mistake of not realizing that this series is primarily erotica with paranormal elements but this time around my expectations were more realistic and, as I result, I thoroughly enjoyed Blood Vow. Falon spends a large portion of this book trying to convince two alpha males that they’re destined to be mated as a trio and really, what girl wouldn’t want two
Vanessa theJeepDiva
Falon has got a struggle of epic proportions ahead of her. She has to convince the two alphas that she loves that they must share not only her but their duties as alphas if they want the Lycan nation to survive the coming Blood Moon. Rafael and Lucien love Falon madly. There is no argument there. They also respectably understand that the other loves her unconditionally. The problem lies within sharing. The alpha in them will not allow them to share her or the position of alpha among the pack. Th ...more
Crystal ♥ RBtWBC
I really wanted to love Blood Vow. As the last installment in the trilogy I was looking forward to what would happen between Falon, Rafa, and Luca as well as the war waging between the Lycans and Slayers. Unfortunately, the ending didn't live up to the beginning and middle for me.

I found the plot dragged down by Falon's constant whining and I had to force myself to keep going. In the first two books, I remembered her as a strong, independent, kick ass heroine and I just couldn't find that woman
Apr 06, 2012 Maria_Love_For_Books rated it it was amazing
Shelves: magic, werewolves
I absolutely love this series! “Blood Vow” is the proof of how talented is Karin Tabke! But before I write my review, I have to say this: the five stars are for Rafael and Lucien and NOT about Falon! Yes, I have to admit that this is the first series that I love both the male main characters and I really dislike the female main character.

In the third and last book in this trilogy, Falon, Rafael and Lucien are learning the way to be together and they are preparing for the Blood Moon. Meanwhile, F
Amber Brownlow
Apr 23, 2016 Amber Brownlow rated it liked it
Blood Vow is the third and final book in the Blood Moon Rising Trilogy. Now that the two brothers have agreed to try and share Falon's love, Falon feels on top of the world and nothing can touch her. That is until she learns the terrible truth-the same Master Slayer that murdered Rafael and Lucien's parents, is also her father. That makes her part Lycan and Slayer. Now, she must convince the two brothers to not hold her fathers deeds against her and let their love for her persevere. Can the men ...more
Khalia Hades
May 17, 2011 Khalia Hades rated it it was amazing
In the finale of the Blood Moon Rising trilogy, Karin Tabke wastes no time in getting to the good stuff. BLOOD VOW dives right into the action where BLOODRIGHT left off. Falon discovers something integral about herself in this book - she is the daughter of the Master Slayer who murdered Rafael and Lucien's parents. This makes her a Lycan and Slayer hybrid, a forbidden mix that is sure to cause the shifter's hackles to rise. Tempted to tell both Rafa and Lucas of her identity, but afraid that the ...more
This exciting trilogy that takes place in the Lycan/Slayer world where twin alpha brothers have an ongoing feud due to a misunderstanding and culminating in them both desiring the same woman whose relationship with them is dictated by Lycan law and just happens to come from.

Events for this installment start immediately after book two where Falon has been captured by Fanfir and the truth about Mara has been revealed and Rafa has upheld his honor-bound oath. I am still a fan of both Rafa and Luci
Jan 17, 2013 Melissa rated it it was amazing
Wow. This book met all my expectations. Like the other two it held me in at the edge of my seat and my heart in rapid beats until the end. It took me on a ride that still has me going. If you have not read the first two you must read them first. I don't know how to review Blood Vow without giving anything away. I felt each of Rafael, Lucien and Falon's emotion as they felt them. I felt their love, pain, torment, their indecision and passion. This author is great at putting you completely into th ...more
Aug 22, 2012 Crystal rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal
This review was first posted at Reading Between the Wines!

It's the conclusion to Falon's journey! While I'm sure we all knew that Falon would end up with both Rafael and Lucien, we did have quite a few factors up in the air. For instance, readers were left off at the end of book two with Falon being kidnapped by the grotesque Fenrir. Not to mention all of the hints dropped about Falon's paternal heritage. And let's not forget the questions about the paternity of her unborn child. Your wait is o
Dec 17, 2012 Angela rated it it was ok
Shelves: read-2013
Like the final book in every other series I've ever read, I was more than disappointed. While I could admit to being torn between the brothers, the arrangement they engage in was just not my cup of tea, and I found myself skipping over the squicky sex to find out what was going on elsewhere (which means I only read about 1/4 of the book. Yeah. There's that much sex.

Another thing that bothered me was the authors repetitive use of phrases and allusions. I mean, how many times do we have to hear t
Nov 26, 2012 April rated it liked it
Shelves: can-t-wait
Ok, so you all know "that guy," the one who brags about his conquests in detail? He's not interested in brains or personality, oh no, he's completely a T&A, feel good, hot and hard, fun time guy..... Well I feel a serious need to apologize to Douches everywhere. Yes, this book was my unabashed Griffin moment. I was a total d-bag over this, well half of it. This book wasn't about a conclusion to a three part series with a little hot and heavy sprinkled throughout. No, this was a head case of ...more
Sep 02, 2014 Alesia rated it it was amazing
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Blood Moon Rising Trilogy (3 books)
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