Blood Passage

Blood Passage The sight of three naked bloody men wandering into the clearing with moonlight clouding their eyes would probably send anyone else running for their life I just sighed and watched them walk toward me

  • Title: Blood Passage
  • Author: Connie Suttle Traci Odom
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 171
  • Format: ebook
  • The sight of three naked, bloody men wandering into the clearing with moonlight clouding their eyes would probably send anyone else running for their life I just sighed and watched them walk toward me As the first female vampire successfully turned in 700 years, Lissa finds herself in demand by the Vampire Aristocracy Forced into an unexpected engagement as a result, L The sight of three naked, bloody men wandering into the clearing with moonlight clouding their eyes would probably send anyone else running for their life I just sighed and watched them walk toward me As the first female vampire successfully turned in 700 years, Lissa finds herself in demand by the Vampire Aristocracy Forced into an unexpected engagement as a result, Lissa feels trapped and stifled as she continues training with her surrogate sire When a request comes from the Grand Master of the werewolves, Weldon Harper, Lissa leaps at the opportunity to work as his bodyguard once .Wlodek, Head of the Vampire Council, in an effort to solidify vampire werewolf relations, allows Lissa to provide protection for the Grand Master during his yearly travels across the U.S The only vampire ever named Pack, Lissa is permitted to work with the Grand Master without supervision from others of her kind.Things become complicated and then downright deadly as old enemies reemerge Intent on exacting revenge for a failed coup against the Grand Master, rogue werewolves join with new and perilous allies Now, Lissa must find a way not only to keep the werewolf race alive, but the vampires as well.

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    1. Lissa is finding life as one of the few female vampires difficult – she’s in demand and forced into a relationship she would certainly not choose – definitely not the engagement. Her special powers also make her special to the Council who are more than willing to use her as their tool and instrument.On top of that, the rules she’s under because of her unconventional siring leave her stifled and controlled and subject to harsh and deeply restrictive supervision at all times. Then there’ [...]

    2. The futher adventures of LissaI still liked newbie vampire Lissa and she is satisfyingly powerful in the action parts of the book. But I am finding that I hate the vampire world and how powerless she is within the strictures of their rules, how black and white those rules are, and how much she acts like a child in those scenes. I also have come to really dislike her 'love' interest Gavin, getting a bit of his POV in the past book (as letters) made him tolerable, unforgivable treatment of Lissa w [...]

    3. OMG!!!!!! This book was better than the first, action wise. I read it in about 4 hours and couldn't tear myself away to even go to the bathroom. WOW!!!!!!!!! The endingOMGwhat an ending it was!!!!! I don't know how long I can wait until the next one comes out, so hurry please Connie! I have now read it a second time. This time it took me about 6 hours to complete it. I still had difficulty tearing myself away from the story. It's even better the second go round and will be even better every addi [...]

    4. This book was just horrible. It had no cohesion; the plot line, the writing and the character development was totally discombobulated. Every decision Lissa made left me frustrated and often disgusted, Gavin was the least attractive love interest ever ever, and I was left unable to relate or empathise with any of the characters. In one chapter Lissa would be with the weres baking and generally acting like a middle aged matriarch:d then the next moment she would go out a totally kill a gazillion w [...]

    5. Blood Destiny is an urban fantasy series I started by recommendation from a friend, and it was a full hit. I loved the first book, and I had high hopes for Blood Passage.Likes:+ Lisa. One of my favorite urban fantasy heroines. She didn't win me over with jokes but with her moral fiber, strength of character and how warm and friendly is is toward everyone.+ Complex world of vampires and werewolves. We learn more about how they work and their society.+ Intrigue, mystery, betrayal, Dislikes:- Gavin [...]

    6. Blood Passage suffers of the same disease of Blood Wager: Lissa. I can't connect with her, because she seems schizofrenic or bipolar (in the lay sense of the word). The plot is still good, even if a little bit repetitive (but then they are touring America, so it's going to be some repetition, hotels, meals)Unfortunately the coherence is still missing: Lissa behaves as middle age woman towards some, as a child (and is treated as such) with vampires. The problem is vampire are coherent in their be [...]

    7. Following on from where Blood Wager left off, Lissa is a very rare (obviously) female vampire and has some nifty powers that other vampires don’t have (of course), and she’s not telling anyone she’s got them either.Some of this novel is very predictable, in her interactions with the vampires the author seems to be trying to isolate Lissa, and granted the male dominated world she has been dragged into doesn’t have a softer side for women, they are used to dealing mostly with men. There wa [...]

    8. This is the second novel in the Blood Destiny series. It continues the un-life of Lissa Beth Workman, an unintentional vampire unlike any you've met before. (Lots of "uns" in that sentence. Maybe I should have an un-cola as I write this review, LOL.)In Blood Passage, Lissa is officially brought into the fold; both vampire and werewolf. She stands at the crossroads helping strengthen the bond between these two powerful and ancient races that have only recently forged a truce that would end the wa [...]

    9. Book two in the seriesLissa Haddon is now recognized by the Council. She has been assigned a Sire (Merrill), and has moved into his home. He is teaching her how to follow vampire protocol and the laws she needs to avoid breaking.She is also force to attend a gala and meet male vampires. Since she is one of the few female vampires she will need to accept an engagement. She decides to take Gavin's offer (lesser of evils or maybe not).She feels trapped, so when an offer from the Grand Master Weldon [...]

    10. If I thought that the first book in the series was good then the second is excellent. Lissa is extremely pragmatic and I easily fall in love with her. She makes the best of her new situation while being one mean cookie backing vampire. She has enjoyed the liberty to be a newly turned vampire and now being confined by neanderthal vampires and being engaged to Gavin did not go well. She took her enjoyment where she could get themwhich is a long list of close calls but the pacing was well balanced [...]

    11. This book is the best! This series is my new favorite series. Now that I'm finished with book two, and impatiently awaiting book three, I will have to re-read book one and two, I think. They are that good. If you loved Twilight, read these books. If you HATED Twilight, read these books. If you don't think you like vampire books, read these books anyway! I've turned up my nose at vampire books for two years now, and I'm so glad I gave another one (these books) a chance. I would have missed out. B [...]

    12. An interesting series (and the end propelled me to buy the next book in spite of my initial decision to stop reading). However, as with the first book, still way too much repetition, too many details (sometimes we don't need to know the exact steps a character took to do an action, like getting to the car; we just need to know the action was finished), too much side information that distracted from the storyline, and characters that told each other things they both already knew to get that infor [...]

    13. not quite as good as book one but still likeable. instead of having a quiet strength, Lissa came across as a pushover. i did not like Gavin in bk 1 & so really did not care for his role in bk 2. lissa's emotions didnt feel as realistic either. other than my personal character preferances it was enjoyable but i'm not sure if i will continue in the series.

    14. Dreckitude. The moment she was forced into an arranged vampire marriage with a man she supposedly fiercely hated, I was done. There is only so much cookie-baking-vampire-who-is-irresistible-to-men one can take.

    15. 4.5 Stars MAJOR SPOILERS THROUGHOUT:***WARNING: LONG RANT AHEAD***I really liked this book. I love this world and I really enjoy watching Lissa navigate her new life as a vampire while also having to deal with the changes that come with it. I really like how fast paced these books are. It seems like the plot is just go, go, go and there never really is a dull moment.In the first book, I had mixed opinions of Lissa and I said in my review that I needed to read a little bit more to make a full opi [...]

    16. DNF @ 33%Wow. I don't even know what to say.I liked the first book, but this.This book displays some non-consent in the most slimy way possible. I was reading it and I felt so icky. The worst part is that it isn't really addressed as non-con. If it had been addressed, I might have read on, because then I'd have the outlook that at some point it was going to be put a stop to. But since it's just accepted, it's likely to continue to happen, and I just can't read that shit.Urgh, this was disgusting [...]

    17. Fascinating I’m reading this book for the fifth or p6th time. I can’t get enough this series is addicting so be warned. But. WOW what a ride

    18. Shocking!OMG! Heart pounding! Can not even fathom how that ending came about. I need the next book Now! Pam James.

    19. Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsConnie Suttle is definitely getting into the author groove of things in Blood Passage, her second book. She made a few noticeable tweaks after Blood Wager and I found this book to be a much smoother read. The only thing that a struggled with was the lack of a refresher on the events that occurred in the previous installment. I read it back in September so a few of the details were a little blurry. This series is meant to be read back-to-back but that's not always possible [...]

    20. Reviewed by Whitney@Shooting Stars ReviewsLissa is now a female vampire, one of very few alive (undead) today. And she is a baby vamp, so she is being treated exactly like that. This time Lissa is going to be a body guard to the werewolf pack she's apart of again. And on top of that, she keeps getting herself into trouble with her vampire people. This book was okay. I felt like it was pretty similar to the first one in some ways. And I really felt sorry for Lissa and how she was treated, it real [...]

    21. I am reading this series back-to-back so no reviews on other books unless they fall from the sky like rain! This author seems to be on my exact frequency! Suttle offers just enough of a variety of different genres to keep me losing sleep over reading her work! The Kindle abuse continues, guys!(It hits my face at 2AM, wakes me up, I go back to reading!). Great recipe right before Christmas. So, why are these so addictive? You just have to know what happens next. From one unbelievable scene to the [...]

    22. Another entertaining read by Connie Suttle. In this second installment in the Blood Destiny series, Lissa endeavors to settle into life as a newbie vampire with a proper (surrogate) sire and a new home. She's been legitimized and is now learning the rules of her new world. She's sent out on assignment for the Vampire Council because of her special skills, and she is successful. Unfortunately, one of the issues she faces is being only one of 17 female vampires in the whole world. So not only does [...]

    23. I recently listened to the unabridged audio version of Blood Passage (Blood Destiny #2) by Connie Suttle and narrated by Traci Odom from Audible.Listening time for Blood Passage (Blood Destiny #2) by Connie Suttle is 8 hours, 37 minutes.I received this edition of Blood Passage (Blood Destiny #2) by Connie Suttle FREE from the narrator, Traci Odom. Below is my honest, unbiased review of Blood Passage (Blood Destiny #2) by Connie Suttle.I found that Blood Passage (Blood Destiny #2) by Connie Suttl [...]

    24. The plot sort of meandered around and I wasn't liking Gavin so much, hence 3 stars. I still enjoyed the book and will continue, but I hope some things get better as we move along in the series. With Gavin, there's a line between alpha male and annoying (even potentially abusive) asshole. The constant yelling and swearing for 20 mins at a time got old. I could over look it after the werewolf execution, but all those other times? Not so much. I get he was worried about her and all that, but is tha [...]

    25. Blood Passage is the second book in the Blood Destiny series. I LOVED this book just as much as the first one!!Blood Passage picks up right where Blood Wager leaves off. I absolutely love and adore Lissa! She has an amazing and quirky personality that makes me laugh out loud. She is still trying to make sense of the life that she's been thrown into, unwillingly. She is constantly having to adapt to new situations and new people. And she's had to learn how to accept things as they are because the [...]

    26. This was a little bit better than Blood Wager, though not by much. Lissa seemed less stupid, and may be even opening her eyes up with all her talk of not trusting vampires. "Lissa knows things, father. Somehow, I get the feeling that there will come a day when none of you will be able to control her. And she won't forget how she was treated or what was done to her."⤷ That right there is the only reason I'm continuing to read Blood Destiny; it gave me hope that things will get better i.e they w [...]

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