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Darkness in the Blood (Angel’s Edge #2) by Vicki Keire Review

11 Dec

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

Darkness in the Blood (Angel’s Edge #2)

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Caspia Chastain is finally coming to terms with the carefully buried secrets of her hometown and bloodline. Life is returning to what passes for normal. Ethan is learning to live with life in Whitfield. Her brother is so healthy it’s mildly terrifying. She hasn’t drawn the future in ages, her school schedule is creepy professor free, and her job as Whitfield’s only Coffee Goddess remains secure.

But someone is kidnapping Nephilim descendents and using them to build an army. An unpredictable new gift threatens to consume her. With it comes a persistent dream: a strange young man with gifted blood who may hold the key to her ancestry. Whitfield has enough buried secrets to protect its residents, though, even if that protection comes with a price.

Ethan has secrets, too. He’s never spoken of his long life before meeting Caspia. When his past catches up with him, it could tear their relationship and the Realms apart. Soon, Caspia and Ethan must discover if the light and life they’ve built together can withstand the gathering darkness.

Great book. I absolutely love this series. I couldn’t put it down. In this one, Caspia is faced with more challenges. Ethan has issues of his own to deal with while trying to help her.  The bad guys this time threaten the whole town not just Caspia to try and get what they want. Whitfield isn’t the place it seems to be either. There is more to the people living there than meets the eye. I highly recommend this series to readers who paranormal books that involve angels, demons, witches, and other assorted characters. 

Author Bio

Vicki Keire grew up in a 19th Century haunted house in the Deep South full of books, abandoned coal chutes, and plenty of places to get into trouble with her siblings. She holds degrees in English Literature with specialties in the 18th Century, Romanticism, and Postcolonial Theory. She spent the last decade teaching writing and literature at a large, football obsessed university while slipping paranormal fiction in between the pages of her textbooks.

When not reading and writing about all things paranormal, she indulges in her eclectic musical tastes, enjoys other people’s cooking, keeps vampire hours, and adds to her massive stockpile of quirky t-shirts and blank but designer notebooks. She’d rather burn the laundry than fold it. She believes that when an author wins the Newberry, he or she gets a secret lifetime pass to Neverland. She still lives in the Deep South with her husband, two children, two dogs, and three cats, but is pretty sure her house isn’t haunted. A person can’t be so lucky twice.

Gifts of the Blood is the first of a trilogy set in the mythical town of Whitfield, where she has several other paranormal series planned. Whitfield is a compilation of all she loves about her upbringing with a sprinkling of the things she doesn’t. She spends time there when stymied on other projects, but also because it’s an interesting world in its own right. Even though she created it and the people who live there, it still has the power to surprise her. She hopes you enjoy it as much as she does. You can learn more about it and her other projects at:
Website: http://vickikeire.com/
Blog:http://vickikeire.blogspot.com/

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