Death is a sweet release this blood mage will never be given.
Nina Rodriguez would rather die than submit, but that choice isn't hers. Because whoever kills her will take her death curse, a fate worse than death, and no one is willing to risk that.
When she saved the lives of the vampire king and his mother, she didn’t do it for glory, but she’d be a liar if she didn’t think it would mean freedom. Instead, all it did was reveal her for who she is - a blood mage, the most feared creature in the world.
Now, the vampires who rule the world have taken her as a slave to use her as a weapon. With her under their thumb, there’s nothing they can’t do.
But it isn’t the pain they threaten or the dungeons they’ll throw her back into, that keeps her in line. It’s the vampire king who stands to change everything she’s ever believed in that is the key to her captivity.
She knows she can’t have him, they’re enemies to the core, but that doesn’t stop her from wanting him.
Death doesn’t scare her. It’s a cage she fears. But some cages are made out of more than just iron.
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Blood Slave is one of those sequels where the author attempts to reuse parts from the first book. Unfortunately, it's the bad parts. So all the parts that you disliked in book one have a back in book 2. Quick recap: Nina is a blood wage who was trained by werewolves to hunt Vamps. She is being held captive by the vampire counsel. She and the Vampire King are in love with each other but neither admits it. In book 2 we get a bunch of repeats. Again, Nina constantly wonders what Grayson is thinking but doesn't ask or say what she is thinking. Yet they continue to call her outspoken. Uh, No she isnt. Grayson continues to hate and lust after Nina. Though she saved them all, the vampires don't trust her. The book has the same exact villains as book one. And then ending is something we went through in the first book as well. I'm not sure why authors go for the dual narrators. Now you have two voices for each character. These two aren't bad but I don't think it was necessary.
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