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Kindred by J.A. Redmerski
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Sigh...I think Isaac Mayfair just kicked and clawed his way to the top of the Book Boyfriend list. Sorry boys...hope he didn't infect you along the way.

It's been seven months since Adria was kidnapped by Vargas, the leader of Isaac's enemy pack, since the night she almost died, since the night her uncle was permanently mauled, since her life was forever changed. She didn't know it then, but now suspects while she was unconscious, Vargas forced an unwanted Blood Bond on her. Her physical and mental health is waning, and fear of losing Isaac has kept her from admitting her suspicions openly. Her delusions become more apparent as Adria begins to frequently converse with Genna, who incendently, no one else can see. Her delusions drain her and time becomes lost to her. As her health begins to fade, Adria knows there's only one way to fix it, but it's entirely possible the process will take her life.

Whew! Kindred was quite the ride. It begins with a great bang - immediate action as Adria runs blindly through the forest, desperately trying to outrun a vicious werewolf, and the suspense that builds until the end will have you guessing her condition and ultimate plan of action. If you loved The Mayfair Moon, you're gonna be incredibly happy with Kindred. There are fresh (and somewhat creepy) new characters, werewolves from rival packs fighting to be alpha of the Mayfair's territory, an ancient group known as the Pravarians that like to the suck the energy right out of you, and an ending that will sate your hunger but still leave you craving for more!

Note: Kindred is New Adult Urban Fantasy and there is some sexual content. So if that offends you, steer clear. Those okay with it...it's so steamy you'll be fanning yourself cause Isaac's freakin hot!

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06/27/2012
15.0% ":) Already lots of action. Sweet."
06/30/2012
60.0% "Hmm...very interesting. Guess now I know why these books are called Pravarian Chronicles."
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Sydney Proctor Sounds fantastic! I can't wait to read it!


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