Blood Redemption (Angel's Edge #3)
To Whitfield. To Ethan.
When they meet in the Dreamtime, Caspia can tell something is wrong. Whitfield seems increasingly militarized. Ethan ...more
up to chapter 29 is released online for free to read by the author and then it just stops....STOPS....WTH!?! It has been over a year...UPDATE...I NEED AN ENDING!! *sobs*
Is it wrong of me to have been rooting for Asheroth since somewhere in book 2? I always did have a thing for the slightly damaged boys...
Here's what I liked:
The storyline was fresh (in regards to all three books). I really liked the author's take on Light and Dark not always equalling Good and Bad. I also liked that she incorporated more than one mythology. I have only rarely seen Nephillim used this way and under this de ...more
The seeds of something great were all here. This is a world that I want to spend more time in. I love the angel - Nephiliam mythology that`s laid out here. I love that we have a variety of other magical creatures packed in, in a sort of off-hand way. Though Caspia might be overwhelmed by it all, there`s a sort of `no big deal` way that different preternatural beings ar ...more
Belial tricks Caspia, she thinks he's going to release her and he forces her to take him to Asheroth's compound. In the process Belial's trick cost him; Ethan and Asheroth free Caspia and send Belial back to his realm. Asheroth's wards are ruined and the compound is unsafe now. Everyone is angry at Caspia for the decisions she's made. This is w ...more
Again, great series, and I can't wait to read more from Vicki Keire.
Vicki Keire grew up in a 19th Century haunted house in the Deep South full of books, abandoned coal chutes, and plenty of places to get into trouble with her siblings. She holds degrees in English Literature with specialties in the 18th Century, Romanticism, and Postcolonial Theory. She spent the last decade teaching writing and literature at a large, football obsessed university while slipping pa...more