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Enrai

(Blood Sealed #2)

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Phil has a problem.

It’s not his job or the fact that his maybe boyfriend, Shige, is a vampire. He’s a sensitive-- an ability he’s had since he was small that lets him peek into people’s minds— and it’s gotten out of control. He can’t turn it on and off like he used to. He needs help, and he has to fly to the other side of the world to get it. The catch? Shige’s the only on
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Joyfully Jay
Feb 18, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: kris
A Joyfully Jay review.

3 stars


After I finished Nasu, I was looking forward to seeing what happened next in the Blood Sealed series. Phil is a great character, and though Shige is too secretive for my liking, I very much liked them together and wanted to see the next step in their journey. These books definitely need to be read in order, and both end with a cliffhanger. That’s not a problem for me, and I was definitely interested. However, to say that I was disappointed in Enrai may be a bit of a
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Stephanie   GooglyEyes
3.5*

This story was much better than the first.
Only a few editing errors, but nothing like book one. The flow seems a bit more polished as well, which is great to see. I can see the stories only getting better from here. My biggest peeve is I wish there was a glossary for some of the words. There's quite a bit of Japanese thrown around, and I'm not fully sure what they mean. You get the gist of it through the conversation and context of what's going on, but more clarification would be nice.

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Karolina Cebula
Feb 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: in-english, lgbt
Review in English and Polish || Recenzja po angielsku i polsku

Phil's life changed beyond recognition when the fate put Shige on his path. It was because of him that, among many other things, the young man discovered the existence of vampires and other supernatural creatures. However, the most important is his own change. Phil was unique since he was a child, but the skills that made him so special now evolved in a way he hasn't anticipated. The nurse has an insight into the minds of people aroun
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Josh Dale
Feb 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal, vampires
The start of the book is a few months after Nasu, And while we soon catch up with the time between the two books. I kind of wish the book continued immediately from book one. But this does not spoil the story or make it difficult to understand, As long as you have read book one, your going to love book two.

Phil and Shige relationship hangs in balance, neither one sure how to move forward. Shige is feeling deep guilt and Phil must decide if his trust in Shige can be rebuilt. On top of this Phil i
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Kay
Feb 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
Enrai picks up a few months after the events of Nasu and finds Phil and Shige in relationship limbo. Ashamed of his role in the trauma Phil endured at the hands of not so cuddly vampire Pampa, Shige has kept Phil at arm's length whilst still maintaining the bare bones of their relationship. Phil is struggling with his new-found physic abilities, day to day life has become difficult as the thoughts of others overwhelm him. In an effort to help Phil learn to handle these powers, Shige arranges a t ...more
Shari Sakurai
Feb 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
*I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review*

In the second novel in the Blood Sealed series, Phil’s abilities as a sensitive are getting out of control. Unfortunately since the events of Nasu, his relationship with Shige hasn’t been good, but the help he needs is in Japan so reluctantly Phil goes with Shige back to his homeland. As Phil is learning to control his abilities, Shige re-visits his territory that he has been neglecting over the years and is also trying to solve a m
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Barbara
Feb 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The second book in this series of a dark vampire story. One must read the first book in this series to be able to understand and thoroughly enjoy this one. Phil is back to work, but moved in with Shige for safety. With Shige's mansion being repaired after the destructive explosion, he has an apartment near the hospital. It should be a nice setup, but Phil is left with Shige ignoring and avoiding him. Even more bothersome, his sensitivity is all over the place and is turning on and off whenever i ...more
P Leslie
Feb 04, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc-review, m-m
*I voluntarily read this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else's*

This is the second book in the series and is not a standalone. I strongly advise reading them in order.

The author pulled me into the depths of the story a lot quicker than I anticipated. Damn, things are getting much more intense, dangerous and scorching hot.

Phil learns some interesting things about himself and gets help to control his sensitive abilities. His life is changing and he’s adapting with it.

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Dixiecowgirl
Feb 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
Great characters, lots of action and more of Phil and Shige! In this book we really get to see Phil and Shige start to share and love each other.

I loved their banter and how they are protective of each other. I found the story-line engaging and i read it in one setting.

This book moved so much faster and had so much action that i was fascinated and such a great time reading it.

I will be looking for book three in this interesting Blood Sealed Series.
Kaila
Feb 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
this was an interesting story.. different and very fun.. i feel like you really need to read the 1st to fully understand this one. the characters are intriguing.. this story is fast paced and has a different type of feeling to it. these two appear to be figuring out how to communicate in a better way then before.. i enjoyed this so far.
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Stories longing to have words put to them were in Jet’s heart from an early age. Jet enjoys exploring the connections and similarities between people whether they be shifters, vampires, or aliens, rendering the unknowable very knowable indeed.

Jet’s days are spent toiling away at a keyboard, slumped over a pen and paper hunting for those words, or playing around on twitter with a partner, and two r
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Blood Sealed (2 books)
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