Blood War by Suzy Shearer

Blood War by Suzy Shearer
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance, Paranormal
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

At 55, Ella Conlan thought her life was completely ordinary, maybe even a little dull, except for having RH-null blood. But she hadn’t counted on being the center of a Blood War between two warring factions of vampires. Nor had she counted on being the mate of not one but two handsome vampires.

Jarek Hoggarth and his mate, Leon Fenton, are over the moon when they discover the woman with the rare blood group they’ve been searching for is their bond mate.
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Now all they have to do is stop her from being killed, rescue her, convince her to donate her blood, and then finally get her to accept that she is destined to spend eternity with the two of them.

The last thing you expect on an ordinary night when you are fifty-five years of age, is to find out that vampires exist, and they’re after your blood. This is what happens to Ella.

This is a fast-paced novella with a lot of emphasis put on the soul-mate bond – instant love, lack of fear, etc. Ella is thrown into a world where her blood is much sought after, and not just by her mates.

The three main characters are a good match for each other, although I sometimes found it difficult to differentiate between Leon and Jarek, especially when they were speaking. I enjoyed Ella being in her fifties, but then the obvious happens, and I kind of which it hadn’t. She didn’t sound that “old and wrinkly” in the first place!

A good story with the possibility of it continuing. If you are looking for a light, quick, read then I can definitely recommend this one.

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