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Blue-Blooded Vamp by Jaye Wells
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Jun 07, 12

Read from January 11 to June 07, 2012

Bye Bye Sabina!

Very intersting setting, the underworl realm. I'm always interested to read books featuring underworld theme. I believe Jaye wells did a fine job in this plot. I mostly loved the part where she was being tested, that is, mainly the second half of the book more than the first half. But it sure deserves a 4 star rating. I even got teary eyed in some scenes and I really felt for Sabina and what she had to go through.

I honestly enjoyed this series, and I recommend it to anyone who didn't read it. But to be honest I'd recommend with a few reservations..

No.1- Beware the cheezy dialogue! These books are filled to the nth degree with cliche lines, so be warned.

no.2- The heroine is sometimes too damn arrogant bordering on stupid and rash. But overall, lovable.

NO.3- The hero is.. Blugh! Not interesting in the least.

No.4- The last book was damn good but too freaking long for it's own good. Especially the epilogue.

No.5- The minion is very fun to read and you get many surprises in the final installmenst.

No.6- Although this last book was too long, I think the author wanted an elaborate and satisfying ending to her series, which - definitely - is her right.

No.7- Be sure that if you read this series, no doubt that you're going to look out for any new books from Jaye Wells.




In the end:

Thank you Jaye Wells for giving us this series. We'll wait for more from you.


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