Publish date: September 1st 2011
Pages no: 381
Edition language: English
Series: House of Comarré (#1)
3.75 4 starsGreat world building, interesting protagonists, and a fluid writing style made this a great find. I was disappointed that the villains were so one-dimensional, and the heroine occasionally annoyed me, but otherwise this was a fun read.
Can I say I love, love the cover! Too bad the book doesn't live up to the cover. The first half is a bit slow going. The last half picks up. Liked: the world building. I appreciated how vampires, varcolai, and fae came into being. I will say the varcolai and fae are much more interesting and ...
Others have said it before but I have to add to the chorus of people exclaiming about the beauty of the cover art. It's amazing and full of wow! Chrysabelle is a Comarré. A race of humans bread to feed vampires, in fact they have to bloodlet or they start to get ill, so it's a mutually beneficial ...
I wavered between 3 & 4 stars for this one. The story was very unique, but I felt lost for the first half and then some. Now that I have finished it and kind of get what was going on, I realize I was so focused on figuring the world & races out that I didn't connect with any of the characters. Not o...
As soon as I started reading this book I loved it!I read a lot in the PNR and UF genre, but my preference is always a really good UF storyline, with a definite romance woven in...rather than being build solely around the romance with a story crafted to show this. Blood Rights seemed like the perfec...
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