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Blacque/Bleu by Belinda McBride
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Jan 24, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: mm-novels, werewolves, vampires
Recommended for: anlama
Read from January 23 to 24, 2011 , read count: 1

I really enjoyed this book. If there is one thing that I minded a little was the way the author referred to both characters using their family name, while alternatig between first and last name with the others.

[spoiler ahead]The characters were nicely drawn and I enjoyed the slow display of their feelings and emotions. It makes for a hard read sometimes, jumping from one point of view to the other but I enjoyed this style as it allowed me to glimpse into both characters and have a better grasp of what they were feeling and why they were acting the way they were. And Blue seeming younger yet more in control within their relationship, while Blacque was sturdy but sheepish was quite a refreshing view on things. The author managed to trace a fine balance between romanticism and sexual exploit, power and surrender and werewolf politics and angry chasing vampires.

It was a beautiful story on several levels!


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Ryun Yes! I am tangled here and there with names. Even why does his SISTER call him by last name? As if she is not Blacque..... Or I am mistaken. Enjoyable so far though..

message 2: by Trix (last edited Oct 09, 2011 03:19AM) (new) - rated it 4 stars

Trix The names keep you on your toes, huh? :D Glad you like it so far! :)

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