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review 2014-05-04 23:45
I'm not sure that the title actually fits with the story.
Red-Headed Stepchild - Jaye Wells

Sabina Kane isn't a stepchild so not sure where that comes in but as a kick-ass heroine she's no Opie. I think I can like Sabina and her snark however, I'm not sure how I feel about the whole apple being the kryptonite for vampires in this world. I'm finding it hard to believe that vampires are a creature to be feared if my two year old can fight them off with the contents of her sippy cup. It's not even spelled or blessed, just a cup of straight up Mott's will bring agony to vampires. 


Adam the Mage seems to be interesting but I think I am getting over that star-crossed lover bit. At the same time, I'm glad that Sabina isn't always 

but at the same time I kind of wish she thought just a smidge more with them.



Also I don't know how she has kept herself from stabbing her witch of a grandmother through the years. The first time I met her I wanted to reach into the book, grab Sabina's gun and empty the clip of apple wood bullets into her chest. If I was Sabina at the end of the book, I would been like:


But still, the forbidden fruit as kryptonite:




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review 2014-02-01 00:45
It took a while to read....
Blue-Blooded Vamp (Sabina Kane, Book 5) - Jaye Wells

I FINISHED THE BOOK and it only took me like 5 months.



A quick run down of the series because I cannot be bothered with a review:

-Only the first 3 books are worth it.. the last two have tons of cheese and the 4th one was just a whole bunch of misunderstandings which was kind of a pain in the ass to read.

-The female lead remains kicks ass but it reads like a try hard kick ass instead of a genuine one. Also she is a special snow flake. Oh and has a tough armor and will not let anyone get through. You know, THAT cliche? Sometimes I wonder if she has any survival instincts... it's a wonder she is alive with the stupid decisions she makes. LIKE COMMUNICATION WOMAN. It's a thing. 

-The jokes seem a little over done. Now I am not one to complain about humor, I LOVE humor, but umm when even the Gods talk 'funny'... there is definitely something fishy going on here :P

-Adam is umm.. like a pain. He was great for the first 3 books but in the 4 book, his personality went down the shitter and well he could never really be redeemed IMO

-The plot is practically non-existent in this one. Okay so things are happening but.... really... no. There're just tests. For the finale, I expected, hell I wanted a big show down and a show down I did not get. 

-Woahh the cheese. *shudders* and the romances... like what? 

-Gighul was an interesting character but the ending did not work for me. It just turned him into a love sick fool and that's not funny anymore. It's just... puke worthy for someone like me who hates cheese.

-One word to describe the series: MEH

I'd recommend it to anyone in dire need of brain candy but otherwise, you might want to skip it... especially if you like finishing series. The last two books are a headache and stretched out for longer than they should have been. The paranormal aspect is pretty decent so that wasn't an issue. It's just that this series was so MEH...

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review 2013-11-29 00:12
My Review of Blue Blooded Vamp (Sabina Kane #5)
Blue-Blooded Vamp: Sabina Kane: Book 5 - Jaye Wells


Red Headed Assassin Sabina Kane is stripped of her magic powers and her immortality in her attempt to kill the Master of the Vampire race Master Mahan aka Cain. Wow. What a painful and sad year it has been for her. All  5 books occur in a period of 12 months and I have to say I'm extremely glad it's over. Phew . The author did a bang up job though and I thoroughly loved every minute of it.


It starts off right where Silver-Tongued Devil left off. Sabina and the mancy Adam Lazarus and her mischief demon cat Giguhl, follow a lead that will help them capture and kill Cain aka Master Mahan. Ironically the only man to come close to killing Cain is named Abel (not the biblical Abel however) and the only one who can help them find Abel is Erron Zorn. So they go back to New Orleans to talk to Erron Zorn who reluctantly goes with them to Italy. A bit Twilightish but I liked the change of atmosphere personally. Soon they find out who the identity of this mysterious Abel is and are shocked but I had a feeling and a hunch.


Anyway they find a nice hotel and their mission shapes up pretty quickly after talking with some Irish dude bartender Richard Green who puts them in touch with Abel. 


When Asclepeus appears, again, he wants Sabina to fulfill her promise and kill some vampire chick as a favor to him. She's to kill Nix and find the gold vest . In normal circumstances it would hinder their mission but it turns out both tasks are related. So anyway lets just say Rome was an adventure with events culminating in Irkalla. The Bone Palace to be precise. This is where we get to meet Lilith and Asmodeus. What a fucking asshole Asmodeus is and Cain? ANNOYING but Lilith ? she seemed on the softer motherly side. Especially when it came to The Chosen...


There was a lot of Giguhl and how sweet was he to give some of his demon blood to Sabina when she needed it? We get to see all of Sabina's old friends and foes who had died back in Irkalla which is awesome. We also are rewarded with a few surprises Like the demon wedding of a lifetime!



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review 2013-11-24 02:47
Silver-Tongued Devil by Jaye Wells
Silver-Tongued Devil - Jaye Wells

This picks up where Green-Eyed Demon left off.  Sabina and Adam have difficulty in their relationship.  I've continued to really enjoy this series and I really like not just Sabina, but the whole ensemble.  In this book, there are twists and turns and the body count is high (with some sad deaths, but not necessarily unexpected). 

And of course only Giguhl could come up with "Hell on Wheels Roller Derby."

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review 2013-11-07 03:03
Rusted Veins
Rusted Veins - Jaye Wells

3.5 stars

I enjoyed Sabina Kane series so much, it was really fun to be with Sabina and the whole gang again. Being a novella, the story was not complicated. We had a missing female mage, Cadence -- who used to be Adam's ex-lover -- and Sabina, Adam, along with (my favorite demon character) Giguhl, formed a search & rescue team, especially when they found out that Cadence was involved with drugs.

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