Sunday, July 27, 2014

Bad Blood #4 by Mari Mancusi

6574915Genre: Vampires
Paperback: 256 Pages
Published: January 5, 2010
Series: Blood Coven Vampire
            1. Boys that Bite        
            2. Stake That
            3. Girls that Growl
            4. Bad Blood
            5. Night School
            6. Blood Ties
            7. Soul Bound
            8. Blood Forever

Goodreads Synopsis:

The newest Blood Coven novel-accompanied by edgy repackages of the rest of the series

Sunny McDonald is in the ultimate forbidden relationship. Her boyfriend Magnus is a vampire, and the leader of the Blood Coven. And when the Coven decides that Magnus needs a mate to be his co-ruler, Sunny's humanity puts her out of the running. The Coven's chosen candidate is Jane Johnson, a magna cum laude graduate of Oxford University who just happens to look like a vampire supermodel.

Sunny is suspicious of a Rhodes Scholar who can't answer the most basic poli-sci questions, but Magnus brushes it off as petty jealousy. Still, when the Blood Coven goes to Las Vegas for a vampire convention, Sunny and her twin sister Rayne secretly tag along. And Sunny's not going home before she learns the truth about Jane. Because not everything stays in Vegas-especially bad blood.

My Review:

So this time around the book is told from Sunny's point of view. So things are progressing quickly. Sunny has feelings for Magnus, but she isn't willing to commit to being a vampire because she still wants to be able to live her life. She wants to go to college and wants to be free. But if she becomes a vampire there will be many more responsibility as the blood mate of Magnus, who happens to be the leader. So when Magnus is assigned a blood mate by the council Sunny starts to have second thoughts. Magnus and this new blood mate will be like husband and wife and Sunny doesn't want to lose him. However, the blood mate, Jane is very suspicious. Sunny doesn't trust her at all and she knows Jane is up to no good. Overall, this was just like the previous books: it was okay to read, but like I said before I'm not that invested in this series. 

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