Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Blood Ties by Mari Mancusi

image**possible spoilers for the series are located in the summary and review**

Officially back in the arms of her vampire boyfriend Magnus, Sunny finds she still can't forget the gentle mortal Jayden who once saved her life. When darkness threatens to steal his humanity, Sunny must make a choice: stay true to her love, or defy him in a desperate attempt to save Jayden's soul.
Meanwhile, the Blood Coven is gearing up for a showdown with a splinter group of Slayer Inc. It's Vampires vs. Slayers in a showdown that could cost Sunny not only her heart...but also her life.

Blood Ties is the sixth book in the series, but I read it without having read the first five books. Even though I haven’t read the first five novels in this series, I was still able to understand what was going on in the story.

One of the best parts of this story was the character development. Mancusi did an amazing job writing her characters realistically. Sunny is so stubborn, but she is so herself that I couldn’t help but like her. All of the characters were written really well and I don’t have a complaint.

At times, Blood Ties was slow and I just wanted to get it over with but I stuck in there and at the end, the novel was ultimately really good. However, I don’t recommend doing what I did. I think that if you want to read Blood Ties, you should read the first books in the series first.

FTC- Received for book tour.


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