|Title: Blue-Blooded Vamp
Author: Jaye Wells
Series: Sabina Kane #5
Cover Art: Chris White
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Source: Net Galley
Reviewed by: Kristina
The conclusion to Jaye Wells’ Sabina Kane urban fantasy series; BLUE BLOODED VAMP was in a word; epic. This book was jam packed with complex characters, thrilling action, and startling realizations about Sabina and her heritage. I think just about every character from past books got at least a mention if not a small cameo which was nice as it felt like a kind of final curtain call. What I really enjoyed most about this book was that it constantly moved (we even begin the book on a moving train) towards a huge finale involving an intense confrontation with Cain, the father of vampires.
While I enjoyed the finale and all of the action that led up to it; I felt that the story did grind to a halt every time Asclepius (god of healing) showed up and literally put everyone on pause (save for him and Sabina) to tell Sabina she had to do a favor for him. This favor does link to the main plot but I felt it was unnecessary in an already busy and intense book.
I liked BLUE BLOODED VAMP as the conclusion to this series as it brings every thread and character storyline to a satisfying end. Sabina has really evolved over this series and her happy ending was well earned.
About the author
- Early Review: The Bloodbound by Erin LindseySeptember 22, 2014
- Review: Forest of Whispers by Jennifer MurgiaSeptember 20, 2014
- Review: Haunted (Bishop/Special Crimes Unit #15) by Kay HooperSeptember 18, 2014
- Review: Voices from Beyond (Ghost Finders, #5) by Simon R. GreenSeptember 15, 2014
- Deadly Destinations: Gina Rosati & win AURACLEAugust 8, 2012