Friday, June 16, 2017

Forbidden Blood by Anna Wineheart

Title: Forbidden Blood
Series: Ironwrought, 1
Author: Anna Wineheart
Publisher: Anna Wineheart
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Pages: 160
Reviewer: Redz










Publisher's Blurb
Since he killed a vampire eight months ago, Oriel has been on the run. The coven wants him dead, and the feds want his blood to eradicate the vampires. Exhausted, he sneaks into an obscure mansion, rummaging for food. What he doesn't know: a vampire lives there.

Three centuries ago, a human lover betrayed Seb, selling him to the hunters for some quick gold. When his chef quits, Seb is left hanging... until he finds the thief in his garage. He captures Oriel, only to discover that Oriel needs protection. And the one thing Seb wants? A purpose to his life again.

Oriel sets one condition when Seb hires him: Seb cannot drink his blood. Except Oriel's blood tempts him from a distance, tempts him in bed. If he tastes it, he'll be addicted, completely dependent on Oriel. And the hotter Oriel kindles his desire, the harder it is for Seb to stay away.








Review
Forbidden Blood is the first book in the Ironwrought series by author Anna Wineheart. I loved this story. It is told in alternating POV. There is action, adventure, and steamy chemistry. It kept me turning the pages and wanting more.
Oriel he is being hunted. His blood will make a vampire addicted to him. The vampires want to kill him. The humans want to use him. He just wants to be alive and safe. Oh and a burning hunger to eat food sometime soon.
He finds his way into a rich person's garage. He access to food and shelter. Finally after forever he can rest and eat.
He is a good person his life has just gotten out of control. He is smart and crafty that has kept his alive so far.
Seb has been a vampire for a long time. When the council contacts him about some problem with a human he really doesn't jump to do what they want. When he finds a sexy squatter in his garage though things change. But how long can he resist the lure of Oriel's blood?
This is a great paced book. I loved the over all story arc, and it is very well written. I am looking forward to reading more in this series too. I would love to see where we go from here and who falls in love next. 



                                     Five Shooting Stars
 

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