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Bad Blood (House of Comarré, #3) - Kristen Painter
Bad Blood (House of Comarré, #3)
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3.38 120
Format: kindle
ASIN: 10954598
Publisher: Orbit
Pages no: 449
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Liv's Reads
Liv's Reads rated it
3.0 Bad Blood (House of Comarré, #3)
This is one of those series that I keep hoping will give me more but all I receive is just - enough. Good premise and futuristic setting. But the plot just doesn't get going until halfway. Big changes for Doc and Fi. As usual Mal and Chrysabelle are struggling with the feelings they have for eac...
Little Read Riding Hood
Little Read Riding Hood rated it
4.0 Bad Blood (House of Comarré, #3)
This review will contain spoilers for the previous two books. I am a member of Kristen Painter's street team, but that is no way influenced my review. The thoughts listed below are my own. ***The expanding cast of characters are really growing on me. It was hard at first to really feel an attachment...
Inkspot Fancy
Inkspot Fancy rated it
Let me start with this - I liked Chrystabella SO SO SO much better in this volume than in the last one. In book two, we were told she was a badass. In this book, we get to see it. She makes her own decisions, she sets boundaries with the people around her, and she puts her foot down when people cros...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it
2.0 Bad Blood (House of Comarré, #3)
When we last left Chrysabelle she had been stripped over her signum and her status as Comarré for daring to bring Creek, Kubai Mata and Malkolm the cursed vampire onto sacred Comarré land. She is saved by in an infusion of Malkolm's blood, but instead of being grateful to be alive, Chrysabelle fe...
Cassandra Reads
Cassandra Reads rated it
4.0 Bad Blood [Kristen Painter]
A very unfair ending. Damian. Of course. The ending seemed to come way to fast, too much drama at once. When's the next one coming out? Spring, I think. This isn't a review, just random rambling. It took me 5 days to read this book.
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