Blood Song is the first book in a fantastic urban fantasy series by bestselling author Cat Adams.Bodyguard Celia Graves has definitely accepted her share of weird assignments, both human and supernatural. But her newest job takes the cake. Guarding a Prince from terrorists and religious... show more
Blood Song is the first book in a fantastic urban fantasy series by bestselling author Cat Adams.Bodyguard Celia Graves has definitely accepted her share of weird assignments, both human and supernatural. But her newest job takes the cake. Guarding a Prince from terrorists and religious fundamentalists is hard enough, but it seems like the entire supernatural world is after this guy too. When she is betrayed by those she is employed to help, and everything goes horribly wrong, Celia wakes to find herself transformed. Neither human nor vampire, Celia has become an Abomination—something that should not exist—and now both human and supernatural alike want her dead. With the help of a few loyal friends—a sexy mage, a powerful werewolf, and a psychic cop—Celia does her best to stay alive. On the run from her enemies, Celia must try to discover who is behind her transformation…before it's too late.
Publish date: June 8th 2010
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 364
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Blood Singer (#1)
3.5 starsthis kind of reminded me of Anita Blake Series, same tone and similar world building. I liked this book but found myself lost more than once. still feeling a little confused with the ending... reading (aka listening:) on with high hopes...
Blood Song is an example of a novel where the saying “less is more” rings true. Unfortunately, the author seems to be convinced that more is more. More, in this case, means throwing every sort of paranormal entity that has ever existed and throwing them at the proverbial wall of a 350 page book and ...
it saved itself i really like bruno n kevin meow the siren blood story is awesome the twists were good will defiantly continue reading this series
I really enjoyed this one. It was slow at times, but I attribute that to the world-building. My big "thing" was: could Celia get a break?! She seriously had bad thing, after bad thing thrown at her; both as an adult and a child. Holy shit. That's what I thought. Oh and she's part Siren. Lo...