Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Book Review - Blood Rush by Ash Krafton

Blood Rush (Demimonde, #2)
by Ash Krafton
Published 2013
360 Pages

Sophie Galen is more than an advice columnist, she is an oracle to the demivampires, charged with guiding those who have lost their way. As Sophie adjusts to her new role in the world of vampires, werewolves, and other supernatural creatures, she is becoming stronger, and more comfortable in her own skin. Still, the memories of her first love, the demivampire Marek Thurzo, haunt her... especially now, as she gets closer to Marek's family, and finds herself drawn to his brother, Rodrian. 

It is a precarious situation. So, when Rodrian encourages Sophie to take up residence in the old mansion that once belonged to Marek, she hesitates. It isn't until she is hunted by a werewolf, and then discovers that Rodrian's daughter, Shiloh, needs her help, that she agrees to move to the mansion. Now closer than ever to Rodrian and his family, Sophie cannot ignore the attraction, nor can she deny the significance of her role as the oracle. The walls are warded, haunted by the past, and some of the rooms seem to draw her in... while keeping others out. 

I enjoyed the first book, but this second installment is even better! The story builds on the first book with exciting new characters, and a pace that flows well from one passage to the next. A great plot with memorable characters--especially Sophie, who has really grown, and who has become one of my favorites in this book! I look forward to the next installment.

Available on Amazon

Reviewed by Stephanie


Check out my review for the first book in the series, Bleeding Hearts, by clicking here!

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