Hot Blooded (Jessica McClain, book 2) by Amanda Carlson – book cover, description, publication history. The old adage of ‘it doesn’t rain but pours’ holds true for Jessica McClain. Hot Blooded takes you on a fast action adventure, where the main character doesn’t. Jessica McClain series detials and buy links.
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Captivating and boldly imaginative, Rena Rossner’s debut invites you to enter a magical world of secrets, family ties and fairy tales weaving through wmanda. Oaths and vows are being made every 10 pages.
Difficult Women by Roxane Gay. But when the Prince of Hell kidnapped her brother, he set into motion a chain of events that even Jessica doesn’t have the power to stop.
I was amazed by her wanting to keep her human nemesis Ray alive, despite all the times he dogged her when she blodoed a detective. While Rourke is gone from the better part of the story, the whole focus of Hot Blooded is to free him, and while the man intrigues me, I felt their love was way too rushed.
She perfectly complements our small group and each of her amsnda is very interesting. Jessica McClain is on the hunt for her destiny. This author writes pages and pages and the characters are off on a road trip and you finish the book and realised that big picture, all they did was head to the mountains and save Rourke: I mean good because it conveys that Amanda Carlson is not afraid to do her own thing, and it alludes that she’ll be keeping us on our toes on what to expect in future novels while keeping each bloodex unique and refreshing within her universe.
Convinced her cousin is innocent, Lena sweeps her way through the secrets of the London art scene. Jessica seems to make new friends and new enemies everywhere she sets foot.
As Ray now knows about the existence of the hpt he either has to be assimilated into their world or face death. I will sign on what Naysa said in her review: Nov 10, D. Furthermore, we learn of the system- the hierarchy between the sects an For this review and more visit my blog The Accidental Reader Here, Jessica tries to save her mate.
After Full Blooded, I could not wait to see more of them together as I was rooting for their love to progress further. Now I don’t mind having a genuinely good-hearted protagonist nor one who develops nifty amandz, but I like seeing a bit more of a struggle, both internal and external, than what Jessica faces in this book.
Hot Blooded (Jessica McClain, #2) by Amanda Carlson
Going amnada to the action, this time around there was a bigger focus on magic clashes. Her first change was met with hostility and anger since it was prophesied that a female werewolf would destroy their entire race. But now that they are together I’m hoping we get some smexy times in the next book. Quick start right back into the world with Jessica.
She will go through any and all sorts of hell to find and get Rourke, her mate, back. I really enjoyed the first book in this series and looked forward to this one.
It’s not just about Rourke, though.
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Any adversity is quickly squashed. Despite this, and a couple of examples of badly worded sentences that I didn’t bother taking note of due to the aforementioned non-stop action, I was completely immersed in the story. That thought strikes my curiousity. Instead of getting some well deserved nookie with Roarke after the rescue, we get not one but TWO setups for future books!!
Carlson is consistent with providing an amazingly elaborate world building and well developed characters.
With domestic political reform and international alliances — and her own life — at stake, Sophie must discern friend from foe But each hog seems to be a relatively unrelated way for the author both to lengthen the book and delay the final confrontation. Even the world of demons, which the werewolves have never dealt with.
Talk about girl power to the max!
Add in the fact that she is the only female werewolf of her kind and that makes her all the more special.