There are zombies in the Dead Zone and Juliana Norris is sent to take care of the problem. And for there to be zombies, there had to be bodies. When vampires are found to be the culprits, Juliana is sent undercover in the red light district of Kansas City. Lying to her mate, Thomas Kendrick, i ...more
Juliana Norris is having another adventure as a Realm Walker agent. This time, while mated to a powerful Vampire, Thomas Kendrick. In this installment, Juliana, is assigned to go undercover to investigate magic activities concerning a necromancer and his zombies. Unfortunately, the territory belonged to her mate’s rival creating a bit of a problem. Her only choice is to lie to her mate before going into her mission putting herself in an even more dangerous predicament.
Feels like forever sinc ...more
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Blood Slave is the third book in the Realm Walker series and it was awesome!
Book three sees Juliana being sent undercover into the seedy area of Kansas City, the area is notorious because of the vampire who controls the area and that he allows his vampires to feed from and addict humans to them, something that isn’t allowed in Thomas’s area. There has been a zombie problem in Juliana’s patrol area and when they all tie back to Kansa ...more
This book was really good. I felt bad for Thomas though, but other than that I really thought it was good. It was interesting to see the different vampires, and I really enjoyed Juliana and Tho ...more
Will we find out her back ground, where she was 12 years before Thomas found her.
Why does the author end the books so abruptly?
Originally posted at Vampire Book Club
Juliana Norris is still reeling from the loss of her sister-in-law during Juliana’s investigation into The Thief. Juliana blames herself, citing that she should have seen some kind of sign as to who the killer was. Although, no one else (except maybe for her niece Rachel) blames Juliana.
When zombies start showing up in the Dead Zone—an area of land where no life is permitted—of course this draws the attention of the Agency. When said zombies then turn out ...more
As per usual - ask Juliana and she'll tell you ...more
93 points, 4 ¾ stars!
If she was keeping something from him, it was Agency business. And it most likely meant she was about to do something that would put her in jeopardy. Again.
So far, Blood Slave has been the best book in the series, by far. Everything about it made me want to know what was coming next. I didn't just know how it was going to go because I had seen it a million times before, only a couple hundr ...more
Juliana Norris is having another adventure as a Realm Walker agent. This time, while mated to a powerful Vampire, Thomas Kendrick. In this installment, Juliana, is assigned to go undercover to investigate magic activities that might necromacer and his zombies. Unfortunately, the territory belonged to her mate's rival creating a bit of a problem. Her only choice is to lie to her mate before going into her mission putting herself in an even more dangerous predicament.
Feels like forever since I
She needs to tone it down and become more believable or make her smarter because she should have connected the dots to this case way sooner - she is either good at her job (not really seen in this book) or not to support her ability to save the day - in thi ...more
Series Review posted on my blog Live Laugh & Love Books
Reading the Realm Walker series was incredible from the beginning to the end. I loved everything about it and as soon as I was done with one I moved right on to the next! Kathleen Collins has created a great world full of amazing characters.
The story was well written and rarely got boring. It had a great flow too, not to fast but not too slow. Juliana and Thomas are A-FREAKING-MAZING!!!! I LOVE them, her with her badassness and him with his ...more
>This novel is the third in the Realm Walker Series. I did not read the first two books in the series, but it was easy to dive right into this story and not feel lost.
>Enter the world where vampires, werewolves and mages exist, amongst other fantasy beings. Juliana is a type of magic divining rod. She works for a type of otherworldly FBI. Her job is dangerous and her mate wants to protect her. Her mate is a vampire, Thomas, who is the head over a huge chunk of Midwe ...more
After a small horde of zombies appear Juliana has to go undercover in a town that thrives off of money made on drugs, sex, and blood.
It’s already a dangerous mission, but it gets worse because it also requires her to leave her mate’s territory and live in the shadow of a truly monstrous vampire.
It was during the course of this book that I realize I had somehow come to like Juliana’s vampire lover, Thomas. And because of how this story plays out, I wanted him to be around ...more
So, here we are in the next of the series for Thomas and Juliana. Juliana is sent undercover and she just isn't very honest with Thomas about it. I so thought we were past that!
When she finally lets him in, it just may be too late....
Juliana continues to be the SUPER STRONG alpha female and Thomas is 100% alpha male.... what collisions they create!
At first I was aggravated with Juliana because she really believed she was undercover. She always gives Thomas a hard time, yet he anyways seems to be loving and understanding. I love her father. It was sad to "see" Juliana victimized again. I did enjoy the book and an looking forward to the next one. ...more