She had the world on her shoulders. Now she has nothing.
Reyna Carpenter was twenty-one when she became a live-in blood escort for the ruthless and darkly handsome vampire Beckham Anderson. She thought this was just a small price to pay for feeding her brothers back home.
But nothing went as planned. Not even her tumultuous relationship with Beckham. And now she wonders if anything will ever be the same again.
As she finds herself in the midst of a losing rebellion, she and her trusted friends must flee from a city conquered by the vampire elite. With their plans blown to pieces and everything they knew and loved gone, their future hangs in the balance.
Despite all she has lost, Reyna must rise from the ashes, reclaim the life that was stolen—and complete her mission, once and for all.
K. A. Linde’s addictive Blood Type novels are best enjoyed in order:
BLOOD TYPE | BLOOD MATCH | BLOOD CURE
After the way that Blood Match ended, I was like a kid in a candy store when Blood Cure hit my kindle. I couldn’t wait to dive into Blood Cure. This review is going to be hard for me to write because I loved the previous two books but Blood Cure just didn’t work for me like the previous two did. I had problems with Reyna and her new found attitude. I loved her in the other books so the way her attitude and character did a one-eighty just sorts of threw me off.
I can’t get into a lot of details because if you haven’t read the previous books I could accidentally spoil them as well as this one if I did. Blood Cure picks up right where we were left off in Blood Match and things have gotten worse for those in Elle. Losses have been devastating to their cause, have there been too many though for Elle to continue with their mission. Obviously, you will have to read the book to find out, but surprises, revelations, secrets and so much more happen throughout the book.
While this one wasn’t my favorite of this series, overall it was an enjoyable read that closes out this series. K.A. Linde knows how to put you through a rollercoaster ride and she did just that with not only Blood Cure but the entire series as well.