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Samhain's Kiss (Blood, Moon and Sun #2)

3.86 of 5 stars 3.86  ·  rating details  ·  497 ratings  ·  22 reviews
Randall has a bad feeling about the upcoming Samhain festivities. A gut-wrenching foreboding that something is going to go wrong. When he's taken over by the spirit of a dead fae king, he learns this is just the beginning of his problems.

Now with the ability to access powerful abilities, Randall finds it difficult to submit to his vampire lover. Because while Randall the m
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Published October 22nd 2011 by Silver Publishing (first published October 20th 2011)
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Josie Goodreads
I liked Blood Signs, and really like Randy and Sasha, and whilst Samhain's Kiss was okay that was really all it was. I haven't read much of Amber Kell, just these two and the Dragonmen trilogy, but I always feel her books could be so much more, longer with more depth, they always seem to just skim the surface.
Veronica /  V
3.5 stars
I love book one from this series, but I could have done without this one.
Maybe because I was disappointed it wansn't about the other characters from book one, for example Tian.
I enjoy, Although not as much as Blood Signs .
Hmmm... not as strong as the first book but it was a good, quick read.

This book follows Randy's connection to the Fae and we witness his growth as a lover beside a very powerful vampire unfold.
light, fun read. I liked that Randall was a little more confident and secure by the end.
Kristie Crawford
This was an excellent addition to Amber's Blood Signs, I hope we read more about Randy and Sasha.
There's not really anything I can say, here. Usually I like Amber Kell's books. They're a fun, easy, light read. To be fair, I didn't like Blood Signs as much as I liked her other books, but I'd hoped maybe Samhain's Kiss would be different (that, and the cover was pretty. I am, ever, inherently ruled by aesthetics). If it's possible, I think I liked Samhain's Kiss LESS than Blood Signs. Most of this, I'll admit, is due to Sasha.

Oh my god, Sasha. Look, I love a dominant, strong alpha male. I do.
This is ridiculous.

The big bad vampire that even Sasha is afraid of is felled in one sentence.

Then Rael and Vallin? Pointless filler arc. We don't know these characters, and they're portrayed erratically. First they're foreshadowing for evil in the previous book, and then they were reluctant co-conspirators, and then all of a sudden they're declaring their love out of nowhere - a love that had no development at all previously.

This isn't an action novel, but the discomfort of the author at writin
Unlike some series where the next book focuses on a new set of MCs, the second book in the Blood, Moon and Sun series revisits Randall and Sasha. It was a cute story but like the first, it didn't really blow me away. I enjoyed reading it, and I did like it better than the first book because there was much more development, but I find that these stories are a little too short to develop the plot or the characters well enough. In this case, since the author did focus on Randy and Sasha again inste ...more
Alina Neacşu
"Oh fuck."
"What? What's wrong?"Sasha turned his lover so he could see his back. "Love, I think you might want to get used to the idea of having wings."
Randy paled. "What?"
"Well, I hate to bring up previous lovers, but long before you, I once had a fae lover. This is what their backs look like when their wings are retracted."
"B-but that doesn't mean I'm going to have wings."
Sasha stroked Randy's head. "We'll see, but I think your DNA might have changed a bit when you were taken over by the fae ki
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Brenda (b)
This continued the story of Randy and Sasha. It tied up the storyline, answered some questions raised in Blood Signs and provided a more solid conclusion.
The blurb is very misleading. It makes you think this book will be about the trouble of submitting while being inhabited by some dominant ghost, but it was just one little scene. The book plot was basically about the ghost. The main couple just secondary characters.
Loved it and hoping there's going to be more
I liked the first one... This book is as good as the first. Hope to have more...
Sui Lynn
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A great follow-up to "Blood Signs." This has more story about Randall and his adventure in the Fae world than the blurb hints. Nothing to be disappointed in - it was interesting, fun and I hope the author keeps writing more in this series!
i was really dissatisfied after reading.
i had really high expectation and was happy when got this book.
it was not up to my expectation upon finished.

little feel like scramble?
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Brittney Bower
there better be more in this series.
Tiffany j
loved it cant wait for the next one
Loved Randy and Sasha
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Amber Kell is one of those quiet people they always tell you to watch out for. She lives in Dallas with her husband, two sons, and one extremely stupid dog.

She also writes under the name Mikela Q. Chase
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