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text 2019-04-22 10:59
REVIEW BY CHARLOTTE - Drawing Bloodlines (The Princeton Allegiant #1) by Deborah Garland
Drawing Bloodlines (The Princeton Allegiant #1) - Deborah Garland


Dr. Alexander Manning has drawn too much blood from his beautiful patient. Overwhelmed with thirst for her, he drinks it immediately. But when she catches him and passes out, he must report what happened to his allegiant’s Commander. Or…he can deal with her himself. When he breaks into her house and enters her bedroom to wipe the incident from her mind, he reads her thoughts first. She wants him as much as he wants her.

Elizabeth Lockspier discovers the man she’s so drawn to is a vampire and fears for her safety and the well-being of her daughter. When Alexander tracks her down and assures her she’s in no danger and then kisses her, making her feel like the world has slid off its axis, she has to make a choice. Turn him away. Play it safe. Deny how she feels. Or…take a risk where the reward is night after night of blinding ecstasy. 

But Alex’s past catches up to him when the new Philadelphia Commander chooses Alex to be her mate. He must decide...go obediently into the arms of the woman who blackmailed him into years of sex. Or...fight back. With some magical powers he’s been keeping a secret or with a little science experiment a colleague is cooking up in a private research facility.


@hotchoc84 (Charlotte), @deborah_garland, #Paranormal, #Romance, 4 out of 5 (very good)

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review 2019-04-04 05:42
REVIEW BY MERISSA - Drawing Bloodlines (The Princeton Allegiant #1) by Deborah Garland
Drawing Bloodlines (The Princeton Allegiant #1) - Deborah Garland

Drawing Bloodlines is the first book in The Princeton Allegiant, and we meet with Alexander, a young vampire of only five hundred years old or so. He is the doctor who draws the blood from our main female, Elizabeth, which is okay until she catches him drinking it.

The attraction between Alexander and Elizabeth is off the charts from the start, but I actually wished it wasn't for part of the book! Now, don't get me wrong, steam isn't a bad thing at all, but for me, it actually took away from some of the parts of the story. It all became about how often these two made the naughty, rather than anything else like, for example, maybe Alex could have told Elizabeth more of his history... say the part with Christiana in it?! I actually preferred this book once Alex was told he had to mate with Christiana, and Loren appeared on the scene. I felt there was more of a connection then, but maybe that's just me.

On the whole, this was a very good read, with plenty to get your teeth into (bad pun intended). I would love to read more about this world of Allegiants, and see how it works in greater detail. And, of course, find out more about the missing vampires. Oh, and hope Elijah gets his story!

There were no editing or grammatical errors that I noticed, and I have no hesitation in recommending this book. Excellent start to the series.

* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *

Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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text 2019-01-12 06:22
Know about the refund policy of Allegiant Air

Allegiant air is a low-cost airline of America which has its headquarters in Summerlin, Nevada. The fleet size of Allegiant Air is 83. There are 121 destination in the world to which the scheduled and charter flights are operated by the Allegiant Air.

In order to fly with the Allegiant Air, the passenger needs to book a flight ticket with them. The ticket can be booked as per the booking policy of the airlines. The booking policies of the airlines involve the offline and online mode. The offline mode includes the visit of the passenger to the ticket counter at airport or the travel agency. The process of Allegiant Airlines reservations online involves the details about the journey, flight and the passenger itself. If a passenger wants to cancel any booking and want the refund, the below listed are the ways according to the refund policy of Allegiant airline:


  • The passenger initially needs to visit the official page of the Allegiant Air on the web browser.
  • Then the Manage booking section is visited by navigating through the website.
  • The ticket is then retrieved by filling the information. The booking reference number and the last name of the passenger are required for the same.
  • When these details are submitted correctly, the itinerary is then accessible.
  • The ticket can be canceled in this section and refund is processed.
  • The ticket is only refundable in the case when it is canceled within 24 hours of the purchasing of ticket.
  • This 24 hour policy will only work if the ticket is booked at least 7 days of scheduled departure.
  • The fare of non-refundable ticket is credited to the ticket for any future travel.
  • The Trip Flex will help in refunding the non-refundable tickets.


For any further assistance, the Allegiant Airlines reservations can be contacted. The executives in the support will provide all the required assistance to the passengers. The contact info for the same can be found on the official webpage of Allegiant Air.


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text 2018-08-22 18:35
Allegiant - Veronica Roth


An emotional end to an intensely emotional series.


I guess I've still got the happy ever afters in my head from when I used to read a lot of historical romance.


I want to smack someone.

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review 2017-02-21 00:00
Allegiant - Veronica Roth Huh...It took me many, many attempts to finally finish this trilogy, even though I liked the first two books. I heard so much anger about the last installment, so I was kind of afraid of reading it. I went into it prepared to be angry or devastated, with a lot of theories about what would happen. I think I was actually spoiled about Tris's death right after the book was released, but I wasn't sure if I remembered it or imagined it, so it was kind of like I hadn't been spoiled, thankfully.

Honestly, I'm satisfied with the conclusion of this series. I'm not angry, I'm not heartbroken, or any other strong emotion like that. I'm a little sad for Tobias, mostly, but that's it. I thought this was better than Insurgent at times, but, even though I read it in a day, it still felt like it dragged at times. That could just be me, though, because I feel awful today, idk. Anyway, I think there was more filler in the second and third book than was necessary, and this probably honestly should have been a duology, or at least a trilogy with a shorter second and third book.

As for Tris's death, I wasn't surprised at all by it. I think it felt more honest and true to who she was than any alternatives would have been. I kept expecting the end to reveal that she was just the subject of experiments in Erudite--with Jeanine still working to find serums that the Divergents couldn't fight--or something like that. Then at the end, when Tobias was considering drinking the memory serum stuff, I was worried he was going to do that and forget, and then it would be revealed that Tris's death had been faked to protect her, kind of Romeo & Juliet-ish. I'm really, really glad none of those things, or the others I imagined, turned out to be true. Maybe if I'd loved Tris I would be more upset by her death? IDK. I just know that I liked her alright, but I wasn't too attached to her.
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