Blood Rites

Blood Rites With the challenge complete and the corrupt Alpha of Coldspring defeated Fane is now free to complete the mate bond with Jacque and perform the Blood Rites Although the challenge is done the affects

  • Title: Blood Rites
  • Author: Quinn Loftis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 234
  • Format: ebook
  • With the challenge complete and the corrupt Alpha of Coldspring defeated Fane is now free to complete the mate bond with Jacque and perform the Blood Rites Although the challenge is done, the affects are far reaching Once it is known that Vasile, one of the strongest Alphas in the world is in America, specifically Coldspring, TX, there is one Alpha who cannot over look tWith the challenge complete and the corrupt Alpha of Coldspring defeated Fane is now free to complete the mate bond with Jacque and perform the Blood Rites Although the challenge is done, the affects are far reaching Once it is known that Vasile, one of the strongest Alphas in the world is in America, specifically Coldspring, TX, there is one Alpha who cannot over look the significance of this An Alpha who happens to share Jacque s DNA, but is this the one she needs to fear With her mom driving and her two best friends, Jen and Sally in tow, Jacque sets off for her happily ever after She will soon realize a plan has been put in motion that will change her course and possibly tear her from Fane s grasp forever It will take a wolf pack, her mother s love, her two best friend s unrelenting determination, her own will to survive and the undying love of her mate to bring her home The question remains, if she fights, if she endures, who will she be, what will be left once she is back in her mates arms

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    1. Oh my god. Oh my god. OH MY FREAKING GOD!!!! POW had left me speechless and after Blood Rites I just can't catch my breath! My hands were glued to my kindle even when I didn't read. The whole Jacque & Fane drama aside, Jen and Decebel were just hilarious! I sooo recommend The Grey Wolves series to everyone!Blood Rites continues right where POW left off, when Jacquelyn and Fane are getting ready for their bonding ceremony. We get to know lots of new characters and a flickering flames of a new [...]

    2. --I'm so excited to read the next book that, although I feel a little unconfortable doing this, I am going to skip the review section for now.However, I will tell you that Loftis improved greatly on the plots, the characters, and the writing. Four. nine stars!! Which rounds to 5 :)(The character part is spoily!)Characters: Jacque: named after Dillon’s grandmother,heals when she drinks Fane's blood,does the Blood Rites ceremony with Fane on her 18th bday as well as married him,'consummates' wit [...]

    3. I love how according to , only 2% of us readers disliked this book.Flicking through the reviews, you only really see the fantastic, raving reviews about the awesomeness that is this book. I’ve read this book, ladies and gentlemen. I’ve studied it, bookmarked it and annotated sections of it.There are heaps of grammatical and spelling errors.A few major plot holes.The most notable thing here would be: WHY THE CHICKENS WOULD THEY HAVE ALCOHOL IN A HOSPITAL?! (view spoiler)[AND SERIOUSLY? JACQUE [...]

    4. I'm going to start off by saying WOW! I wrote a review for POW and I thought that book was amazing! But this book is hard to write one for. There's not enough words to describe how much I love this book! Quinn throws you into an amazing world filled with laughter, heartbreak, and lots of love. I don't want to give give away any spoilers but you MUST read this book! I don't feel any review will give this book justice! I feel like a stalker watching her websites for more updates on the third book [...]

    5. After reading a number of beautifully written books in a row I can now pinpoint why I am dissapointed with books like this one.***(By the way I read the entire series of Fifty Shades of Gray back to back in three days,. then I read this one, and then I read On the Island,. just to give you a reference point from where I am coming from.)***Don't get me wrong the book was interesting and I liked the plot. It is the way the story is told that is lacking for me. I yearn to be in the room with the ch [...]

    6. It really wasn't much different from the first book. Same plotline, yet another guy is after the MC and Fane goes all pocessive blah blah blah. If you thought MC and her BFFs were annoying in the first book, they were un-bearable in this one. How can anybody be knowingly / intentionally annoying is beyond me. I skippedpages to get past their constant bantering and untimely sarcacsm which was supposed to be "comic relief". Really how can you evencome upwith supposed funny stuff when your best fri [...]

    7. I was so pleased when looking through my friends updates, to find Blood Rites available! Needless to say, I promptly purchased it and glued myself to my nook! ;) Blood Rites picks right up where Prince of Wolves leaves off. Just when you think that Jaque and Fane get though the worst of it, and are on their way to total bliss, in steps a new fur-ball. *snicker* I promised to be honest, and so I am going to mention a few things I saw to be a bit unrealistic, in the second installment. 1. Jen an [...]

    8. I'm unsure of how to put this in words? Except for how glad I was to see Jacque and Fane finally complete their bond and marriage. Just so glad they ended up together. However, this book's ending sets the stage for the next in the series, Just One Drop. I will definitely keep interest in this series.

    9. Quinn Loftis, you gifted, comedic, twisted story-teller you, I am once again thoroughly impressed!! I picked up Blood Rites after devouring every page of Prince of Wolves (which is still making my heart race). That marked day two of my eyes being plastered to my iPad due to lack of willpower to tear myself away from this awesome series!Blood Rites picks up right where PoW left off, with Jacque and Fane enjoying the excitement of their impending bonding ceremony. But little do they know, there is [...]

    10. this, and the first book in the series, seems to be running parallel to "fifty shades of grey", in that everyone is raving about it, but i really didn't like it. there was nothing original in this book. one example: the fact that unmated wolves give in to the "darkness" and go mad without finding their other half, their mates. hello, christine feehan fans - does this sound at all familiar to you??worse, it was just as poorly written as the fifty shades series. i spotted quite a few errors (both [...]

    11. I totally wish i had started this series earlier! Its amazing, i love the werewolves bond with their mates. Its sweet and funny. To bad people in real life don't have a pull that strong right away with the people they are meant for. And the family, friendships and all in this book are wonderful. This is how it should be I cant wait to get to the 3rd book and get to know Jen a little better

    12. You know those books you read that just make you wantto gush like a obsessed fan girl? The books that make you smile that sappy grin when you think of them? The ones where your heart does that little flip flop when you think of the ending?This book is like the commander of all such books!It was awesome! Truly, it was! It was fantastic, epic, intense, brilliant, heart wrenching, edge of your seat, heart pounding, pulse racing, totally sweet, impossibly perfect, one of a kind book!I really loved t [...]

    13. Where do I start with Blood Rites? I think it's safe to say I freakin loved it just as much as Prince Of Wolves (and that's saying alot)!It started off a short time after Fane fought and won against the alpha of a rival pack for his claim on Jacque. The next step for our beloved couple is the Blood Rites ceremony where they share blood and the bond is completed - where no one else can make a claim on Jacque. Unfortunately all is not smooth sailing as they (and I) would have liked, another wolf i [...]

    14. I'm obsessed. Already decided that this series has rightfully earned it's place as being one of my favorite paranormal series. It's downright amazing.

    15. Quinn Loftis offers laugh out load funny novels that will grab readers with the witty humor and intense romance. I have been anxiously awaited this novel, and it was far exceeded my expectations. Jacque and Fane mesmerized readers with this heart stopping romance in Prince of Wolves. Book two Blood Rites starts up right when the first book ended, and will have readers jumping and running through this fast awesome read. The addition of another palpable romance adds to the complexity of this lovab [...]

    16. I just finished Blood Rites, the second in the Grey Wolves series by Quinn Loftis, and I absolutely loved it. I read the first in the series, Prince of Wolves, and immediately began Blood Rites, because I had become so engrossed in the lives of Jacque and Fane, and couldn't wait to see what happened next. It was the kind of book that made you want to crawl up in it and live there. The love story between Jacque and Fane was intense, romantic, with an element of danger that kept me turning page af [...]

    17. This book is also truly amazing book. Quinn Loftis has another winning book on her hand ^_^ this book has always left he breathless throught the hole book. I love how Fane would do anything to protect his Mate. I felt so bad for Jacque an the stuff she was going through, But i do love Jen And Sally there the type for girls that you would love to have as friends but then again they where more then friend they where her sisters ^_^ but I did really love Fane is my favortie an the hole book was tru [...]

    18. I am so BLOWN away with this series. I am loving it!! Quinn Loftis has done a FANTASTIC job introducing us to a world of supernatural that is unique and familiar at the same time. Blood Rites begins exactly where Prince Of Wolves leaves off and we are getting ready for the Blood Rites ceremonyyou just know right then that something is going to happen, and WOW, do events happen. This go around, Loftis has opened us up to the minds of other characters in the book, not just Fane and Jacque's POV. I [...]

    19. If you read Prince of Wolves, you know you've been chomping at the bits to get some more of Fane and Jacque and Blood Rites does not disappoint! Things were left untied between Fane and Jacque in Prince of Wolves, but you get the much needed conclusion in Blood Rites. It is sensual, which we adults all know we wanted, but remains appropriate for the teen reader. New conflicts are introduced with different characters, so we are left with the need to know what's going to happen. I'm just as excite [...]

    20. So seconds after reading Princes of Wolves I purchased Blood Rites. I know I'm pathetic but I just had to see what happens next to Jacque and Fane and I couldn't get enough of Jen & Sally's smart ass comments. I truly did enjoy this story almost as much as Prince of Wolves. There were more points in this book were I found my self sighing in frustration but those sighs quickly turned to laughs or gasp from shock. If you read the 1st book then you know the 2nd book will not disappoint.

    21. horrible predictable bad guyis whole book is bs conflict to drag out the bonding ceremony and introduce Jen mate stuff.*eyes roll* every time I saw Logans name I skim or skipped over itotherwise I would have thrown the book at the wall till it fell out of the bindingI can not comprehend everyone's 5 star reviewsis book is horrible!(view spoiler)[ tho I'll admit it got better once Logan was dead.but by that time the book already lost my interest (hide spoiler)]

    22. I truly loved this book! While I loved the completion of the original story arc, my favorite part was the introductions of the Jen/Decebel arc. I can not wait to see this play out! I love the Jen character!!!! I really feel the author hit her stride with this book and loved to see her writing grow! I will be buying her next book the minute it becomes available!

    23. OK I have to say, this book was a little better than the last one as far as the annoying dialogue goes. It was still there, and about 3 pages into the book I was asking myself why I just bought another book full of Jacque, Jen and Sally. But as it turns out, Jen and Jacque are unconscious for part of the book and then separated for another good portion. So it was more bearable when it was only 2 girls making dumb sarcastic comments at inappropriate times.First what I liked about the book. Most d [...]

    24. So this one was soo and I mean SOOO much better than the last! I mean the drama got on my nerves. As did the parts where every single male wants Jac as a mate and how there ain't no better a catch -_-But some parts (view spoiler)[I'm talking about Logan's assault on Jac here. I know it wasn't sex-rape but like Cynthia said it was probably much more intimate and I could feel the violation.(hide spoiler)] were so written so crystal clear, they left no doubts about Ms. Loftis writing abilities.She [...]

    25. WOWZA! Blood Rites is my new favorite book in this series. I really wish I had a video log of all the facial expression this book caused me to have, the main one being a totally goofy grin. I loved this book! I’ve read lots of werewolf books, while there are obvious similarities between them, The Grey Wolves series has its own special spark. It just seems to have a more animalistic quality to its werewolf lore.As in Prince of Wolves, Jacque, Jen, and Sally are a unique trio of friends that sti [...]

    26. Review originally posted at Doodle's Book BlogEven after a second reading of this book I am still in love. Quinn Loftis has outdone herself with this book. The romance, tragedy, and chase provided in this book would make just about anyone swoon.Jacque and Fane have overcome the challenge and are getting ready for the blood rites the next evening until tragedy strikes and they are torn apart. Jen is falling hard for Decebel knowing she could never have a happily ever after with him because she do [...]

    27. This isn't one of my favorites, I don't know why since I'm normally a werewolves #1 fan. The writing style doesn't get me all wrapped up I'm the story- not that it isn't good, but it's not my style personally. Other than that I think this was better than the first one a little more action and excitement in the story. I loved Jen and Decebel's relationship! It had me laughing my ass off! So much happened in this sequel it was intense. In the car crash scene my heart was hammeringso hard against m [...]

    28. I thought this book was very good. Although Jen and Sally are in the book, they aren't scene thieves as they were in POW. I had a few LOL moments towards the end of the book between the girls. Quinn did a very good job at keeping the story-line going without any stagnant areas as many books have these days. I enjoyed Decebel (sp?) with his hint of humor here and there. Quinn posted an excerpt of book 3 on her blog with a pic of a guy that is Decebel. Holy cow, that is exactly how I'd picture him [...]

    29. 4 STARS Yes people, I went from 2.5 in the first book to 4 in the second, bite me.I FREAKING LOVE THIS SERIESSince my emotions are a mess from reading this book, lemme just list the stuff outo Logan IS A MOTHERFREAKING DOUCHEBAG WHO DESERVES TO ROT IN THE DEEPEST PIT OF HELL.o Dillon, eh, I don't really like him so, eh. Just-eh.o ALL THE PROOF WHY SALLY IS MY FAVORITE CHARACTERo ALL THE PROOF WHY JENNIFER IS MY FAVORITE CHARACTERo JEN/DECEBEL MOMENTSo Fane and Jacque were again, meho ALL HAIL SA [...]

    30. Uhh where do I even begin Quinn Loftis is a fuckin genius! How does someone come up with this stuff I mean you serious ? I couldn't come up with half the stuff in this book. And you know the part that gets me the most is Wait for it.Wait for it "Jacque ran blindly, her arms thrown out in front of her, desperately trying to keep herself from running face first into a tree. She felt horrible for leaving Cynthia but the thought of Logan getting his hands on her was just too much."I mean seriously, [...]

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