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my blog review for blood pledge by tina marie lacoba

on August 8, 2014

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War. The very word frightened me. Alec could be killed. What was the use of having some magic elixir to make me immortal if the only person I wanted to spend eternity with could be taken from me? I didn’t want to consider the possibility: still, I could think of no way to avoid it. If anything were to go wrong and I lost him, I’d empty Antonia’s vial down the sink.

I took a deep breath and came to a decision. Every minute we spent together would be even more precious. Fingering the vial which hung from my neck, I said, ‘I’d like to go to Alec.’

‘He’s not here right now—went to fetch the blood-vault key from his flat and keep it with him,’ my father replied.

Things were serious if Alec felt the key wasn’t safe in his apartment. Did he really believe the Rebels capable of breaking the sanctity of the Princep’s domain? A shiver went through me. Going back to my room was out of the question as all tiredness had left me, and I’d probably end up pacing the carpet bare.

‘I’ll wait for him downstairs, in the front room.’

‘Why not wait in his room?’ Luc suggested. ‘Come, I’ll take you.’ He grasped my hand. We went down the corridor, past the family rooms, across the landing to the next wing of the house and to the first door on the left. Alec had brought me here the first time we made love. ‘Since he moved out, he uses it only occasionally.’

‘When did he move out?’

‘Only recently. Let me see …’ He rubbed his chin. ‘Oh yes, nineteen sixty.’

‘That’s recent?’

He chuckled. ‘For our kind it is.’ Before I could ask anything further, he kissed me lightly on the forehead, turned and left.

As I went to open the door, I glanced at my ring. The eyes of the serpent changed from red to black. At the same time Alec’s face flashed into my mind. I released the door handle as if electrocuted, ran down the hallway and called for Luc.Blood pledge by tina marie lacoba 
Bloodpledge continues Alec and Laura’s story from Bloodgifted. Having undergone the Ritual and induction into the vampire community, Laura— the prophesised Child of Light and Darkness and last of the Ingenii—takes her place as Alec’s consort and First Lady of the Brethren. But resentment and anger grow at Alec’s privileged position as daywalker.
Among a powerful few, alliances are made and conspiracies formed, threatening a war that could destroy them all and endanger every human on Earth—creatures who would do anything to prevent the curse from ending. Now Alec and Laura must invoke the Pledge, an ancient ceremony that enforces Brethren loyalty to the Principate.
When Laura’s ex-boyfriend, Detective Inspector Matt Sommers, turns up with a threat that could expose Alec, the battle for their world and their lives start 
what i say 
Blood pledge is the second book in the dantonville legacy i have not read the first but i still could follow the story it was a very good book the book got romance suspense and a few sex scenes ( but these are not over the top well written into plot ) i loved that the book tell you about the history of vampires this was very clear and well written into the story 
Laura is a very high up in the vampires world people or evil i should say will die to possesses her and her blood she seems to be undergoing a transformation she not sure what going on or is she ?
Laura and Alec develop their relationship but can they survive what to come ? They seem to fight a lot but this makes the book so good tension are very high in the vampires worlds can it be sorted out i loved all the character of the book it so easy to read and follow i loved the whole story i want you to read i not going to tell you to much you all should read it full of twist and fab story that you get pull into the plot 4 stars read enjoy pass on


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