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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Book Review: Bloodchild: QuickSilver Codex Book 3 by Kallysten

Bloodchild: QuickSilver Codex Book 3
by Kallysten
Pages: 204
Five days. That’s how long Vivien has to prepare for the first of three magic duels against Rhuinn, the usurper king of Foh’Ran. She challenged him to the duels not because she wants the throne, although it is her birthright, but because she blames him for the death of Brad – one of her bodyguards, and the man she loves.

Except that Brad is alive again… or the next best thing. His brother Aedan, rather than losing him, broke all customs and made him a vampire like himself, a decision that might cost him dearly when his own Maker confronts him.

Vivien’s joy over not losing Brad, however, might have to be hampered when Aedan’s disapproval of their relationship takes a new turn. Brad’s new vampire instincts are strong, and his hunger for blood is hard – if not impossible – to control. The two brothers swore an oath to protect Vivien, but one of them might be the greatest threat to her safety… at least for the next five days…

It’s time for to fight for her right to the throne. When she thought she had lost Brad forever she challenged Rhuinn to a duel. She now has three duels to face Rhiunn in to try to regain the throne, which is her birthright. She is over joyed when she finds out that Brad isn’t dead just a vampire. Her joy is quickly turned to sorrow when she finds out all the things that have changed between the two of them.

Vivien and Brad’s love is young, innocent and a little na├»ve which made me really enjoy the story line. Sometimes the best things in life are the things that happened in life when we were young and didn’t know any better. I look forward to the next book in the series.

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Denise B

About the Author:
Kallysten is a writer of romance novels and short stories, most of them with paranormal elements.

Her first eBooks were published by Linden Bay Romance in 2005. The defunct Venus Press subsequently published a few of her short stories. Because so many of her stories are linked as series and part of the same universe, she decided it would make sense to have them all in the same place, which is why she self-published, first with the co-op Alinar Publishing and now on her own. When she sees calls for submissions that speak to her muse, she sometimes tries for them, and was published this way by Samhain and Torquere.

1 comment:

  1. Looks good! I have her other series on my tbr pile. Hopefully I'll make it there some day soon :)