"this series definitely covers the main paranormal genre favourites"
Keira has settled in at the Wild Moon Ranch and is happily
playing house with Adam, a gorgeous vampire. However things
aren't going that well. Adam is sleeping alot longer than
usual and isn't drinking enough blood. He is growing weaker
and weaker and she has no idea why or what she can do to
help him. The stubborn vamp won't let anyone look at him so
she leaves him be and hopes he will eventually come to his
Someone she can rely on right now is her brother, Tucker.
He is 1200 years old and is always around to help. Keira is
struggling to come to terms with her new gifts but having
family nearby makes things just a little bit easier. So
when the pair get involved in looking for a missing Spanish
ranch hand and four teenagers, they are lucky to have each
other. Things just keep getting stranger and they seem to
be getting themselves into more and more trouble. What does
an old cemetery and an angel statue have to do with
everything that is happening in Keira's life?
Blood Bargain is the second book in the Blood Lines
series and is a wonderful supernatural filled sequel to the
first book Matters of the Blood. With Vampires, shifters
and faeries all making an appearance, this series
definitely covers the main paranormal genre favourites.
Mystery, suspense and things that go bump in the night are
all packed into this second part, making the first book
weep in envy and the third book having to live up to an
even higher standard.
What makes this world even more interesting for me is the
use of the Welsh names and language. Welsh born but living
in Austria, I crave a little bit of my heritage now and
again, and it is a joy to read paranormal books that use
some of the magical roots from my home country.
If you haven't already read Matters of the Blood then try
and do so before reading this sequel. While they can stand
alone it is much nicer to know more about the characters
and the world they are living in before reading this second
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted December 25, 2008