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He meets up with Solomon, another vampire, and Solomon becomes Curry’s mentor since Marsala had pretty much kept him the dark about everything.
So, a good buy. The vampire named Curry did not do anything except act more human. Well…no author language police here right now. Georrgia not sure why this sat on my virtual shelf for so long. So Hootie read this one before me but of course I have an opinion. Today’s review is on Blood of Anteros by Georgia Cates Sometimes the best things come in the smallest; or in this case, inexpensive packages.
The leech inside me came out to find prey, but found none in this enigmatic girl. Thanks for the giveaway!
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This slowness isn’t a bad thing, it just meant that I was caught under this book’s spell and it wanted me to read every single letter and it was impossible for me to even try to speed up.
Afterall, Hootie did say there caets some “Pound Cake action” in the next book. The leech inside me came out to find prey, but found none in this enigmatic girl.
When I could no longer hold my breath, I exhaled, then inhaled slowly and shallowly. Thanks to Georgia Cates for an enjoyable read. Curry is a thoughtful yet tortured vampire who falls for Chansey – a clueless human girl.
Frightfully familiar to On the Soul of a Vampire The plot to this story also has me intrigued to find out what happens next. Despite his dark subject matter, performer Ted Branson exudes an air bby casual familiarity, at once pf and authentic.
I’ve read too many books recently where the characters fall in love instantaneously and frankly I was starting to get a little bored of romances. It is the first in a series, but it ended well, leaving you satisfied, yet still wanting more. I did notice there was no sex, but Curry is an old fashion kind of guy. Was there a cliffhanger? Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Editorial Reviews With Blood of Anteros Georgia Cates introduces self-loathing vampire Curry Brennan, weary of his monstrous lifestyle after years spent among darkness.
It was uniquely different; refreshing even. What I instantly did like was Curry, and his words, and then I realize that this story is all from his POV and that was interesting at first, and I really l came to like it; what it’s like to be an old Vampire oh yeah he’s a vampire!
Vampires who have a God chosen soul mate who will return that vampire’s humanity while being the vampires biggest weakness. A bond that causes love and pain and puts Chansey’s existence into danger. I have had the opportunity to read and review both books and they are fantastic!
I finished it as soon as I could and read every chance that I got. I felt so bad for what he had to go through, and also wanted him to experience love and joy, and he’s so hot, even though he doesn’t realize it.
The first chapter was just so mysterious, I couldn’t stop reading and the writing of this book is absolutely mesmerising. This was not what I expected from a vampire story. This is a great book and I am looking forward to reading the blopd book in the series to anterow how the conflict is resolved.
Blood of Anteros
I regretfully watched her walk up the goergia to the backdoor. This book was good in that you got some intersting history behind the vampires plus a sweet romance. She was also a pretty awesome girl. Mar 27, Racquel added it.
It was definitely a unique take on how vampires live and the good versus bad aspects of their world. Being told from the point of view of Curry is just one of those ways. The characters were strong, like-able, and relatable for the most part, since no one is a vampire. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.