Mad Blood (Drone Vampire Chronicles #2)
Ever since being released from the paranormal prison that served as his home for ten years, all Dante wanted to do was pick up the pieces of his shattered life. Once one the most respected vampires, he now is a shell of what he used to be, both emotionally and socially. Taking shelter with a rebel band of Drone Vampires, he has given up any hope of true happiness.
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The first book is M/F and the next book looks like it will be M/F as well with this M/M story in between.
I think both Dante and Bre ...more
And it is extra frustrating because I actually like this book. It feels a little insta-love-ish but there's the whole "mates" trope so I was fine with that. I liked Brenden, though. And I liked Dante as well. ...more
Proofreading issues *sigh
The story isn't bad. The characters are actually a bit built up.
I kept waiting for a legit Dante-insane scene, and it never happened. Annoyed me. Right cock-tease, that is, telling us he's completely bat-shit crazy and then having him be not actually off his rocker.
I didn't read the first book because it's m/f, but I really like this series so far. I suppose I'll make myself read the next one and just try to skip the m/m/f parts.
Since his release from the paranormal prison he was held in for ten years, Pure Blood vampire Dante Toren has yet to find the peace he so longs for. Leaving his brothers and the rebel Drone clan they now live with, Dante searches for some kind of mental and emotional equilibrium. When Dante is captured by some sickeningly evil monsters, rescue and redemption come from a most unlikely source. Brenden is everyth ...more
Looking forward to reading more of the series.
But overall, once again, I re-read the story and it was okay.
Never mind, it seems that I will thoroughly enjoy it. I hope I'm not wrong.
When she’s not running around like crazy, trying to get her kids to their various ac ...more