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Blood Bond: 14

Narrated by: John Lane, Lauren Rowe
Series: Blood Bond Saga, Book 14
Length: 2 hrs and 29 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
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Dante Gabriel begins to understand the changes occurring in him as the Vampyre Texts release more clues, but can he learn to voluntarily control the power he now wields? Before he can find out for certain, he must truly have faith in his abilities. Others’ lives depend on it. 

Erin Hamilton has seen things that have changed her life forever, but she refuses to go aboveground when Dante asks her to. She’s in this with him for the long haul, and she’ll stay by his side to make sure he gets the sustenance he needs. Danger or not, her place is with him. She knows and believes this without doubt, especially when she makes a startling discovery about the women being held captive.

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Blood Bond Sage Book 14

Well as if it is not what I expected for there to be another turn for the doctor. All to make her continue her evil work of holding people captative out of their will. While she continues to carry out her work and with the hope bringing some continuation to their race in existence. But it will not be the same if the writer did not create another twist of the doctors character. What make this doctor think that she can do this in the name of saving her race. Taking another’s persons right and freedom no matter what purpose is all about. It is morally wrong for both parties.