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A Perfect Blood by Kim Harrison
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Apr 25, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: urban-fantasy, paranormal-romance, paranormal

(3.5*) A Perfect Blood shows Rachel coming to accept herself as well as the changes she sees in her closest relationships, Ivey, Jenks and Trent. In my opinion it is more of a filler book that introduces possible plot devices that can later be explored in later novels. Rachel's infatuation with Trent continues to grow. Yet, I wished that Harrison could have fleshed out Trent's character, as he appears rather stilted in this most recent edition. Kisten's past treatment stands as a stark reminder to what could have been but has not happened with Trent as potential suitor. In fact, one can argue that all the main protagonists exhibit little growth as Harrison tries to make them become separate from Rachel. There are still thrills in the plot and enemies, but past villains made better impressions. So, ultimately, my feelings are that this is Rachel Morgan "lite". Hopefully, the pacing and storyline will evolve into something more substantial.

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