The Blood That Bonds (II AM Trilogy, #1)
Two is trapped: hooked on heroin, held as property, forced to sell her body to feed the addiction. Time brings her ever closer to what seems an inevitable death and Two waits, uncaring, longing only for the next fix.That’s when Theroen arrives, beckoning to his Ferrari and grinning his... show more
Two is trapped: hooked on heroin, held as property, forced to sell her body to feed the addiction. Time brings her ever closer to what seems an inevitable death and Two waits, uncaring, longing only for the next fix.That’s when Theroen arrives, beckoning to his Ferrari and grinning his inscrutable grin. He is handsome. Confident. Eager to help lift her out of the life that’s grinding her down.The only problem? Theroen is a vampire.His blood can cure her addiction, grant her powers she has never had, change her forever into something greater than she was. But when he sinks his teeth into her neck, Theroen also thrusts Two into a world of danger, violence, madness and despair. The powerful, twisted elder Abraham will use her arrival to shatter the uneasy peace that exists in his mansion, bringing an end to the dark game he has been playing for centuries.
Pages no: 266
Edition language: English
Series: The II AM Trilogy (#1)
2 stars because the beginning was interesting. Loved that she had dark/gritty problems & how she hid them from her friends. Seemed different. Then, Theroen came into the picture & everything turned into Twilight. DNF.
Being that it was a free ebook and the cover is not very good, I wasnt sure what I was going to think about the book. But I was pleasantly surprised when I started reading it. The first couple of chapters rope you right in. And even though it was a long book it was a quick read and only took me a c...
This had potential to be a great story. It had promise of being something different, new and exciting. But it wasn't.The first 2 chapters were really good. It sets you up for something that looks to be a great story, but from there it falls flat, predictable and a tad boring. I was still hopeful, so...
When I checked this one out, I did so mostly because it had a cool looking cover and I was into reading some horror type works. I didnt know going in what sort of tale I was getting into. Once I realized it was a vampire story, I was a bit worried, as they are not usually my kind of thing. But I hav...
I do not like this book. It was free for e-readers on B&N.com, and the cover is was cool.* The premise sounded vaguely interesting, and I figured it might be a fun, fluffy read.Oh. My. Gosh. It sucks. I am so very, very glad I didn't spend money on it.**The writing is choppy and awkward -- Bue...