Sophia Daletsky has for the last eight months been on the run from her past. She was sick of her half-brother trying to control her, her (now ex)boyfriend, wanting to mold her into something she wasn’t, and when she finally starts listening and stand on her own two feet, that’s a problem as well.
Sophia has been moving from place to place, never staying too long, because she KNOWS her brother is hot on her heels, wanting her back.
While looking for somewhere safe to stay, she runs straight into the arms of the very charming brothers Tavian and Dante Baikov and the secret they’re guarding. Now, what’s a girl to do? Protecting herself from her family, falling for Dante (despite she never wanted to fall in love again) and protecting the biggest secret still alive. The choice gets harder when ancient friends appear from nowhere….
I read Blood Claim in one sitting. That is actually rare for me since most of my days is filled with so much more than just books (gasps – yes, I did say that!). Blood Claim is a shorter read, but I still couldn’t put it down. I even stayed up at my daughter room, AFTER she fell asleep, just to read the rest.
I really enjoyed getting to know Sophia, Dante, Tavian and Sarah. Then there are other side characters that sort of comes jumping in; Enoch, one of Sophia’s half-brothers, Sage, an old friend of Sophia, Adelaide,a witch/voodoo Queen, just to mention a few.
For me Blood Claim was an appetizer to what will come, somehow I think I have only scraped the surface of what there will come in the rest of the books. But Blood-claim gave me exactly what I wanted; a bit of the back story (which was intriguing), learning what made the main character “tick”, conflict between them, interesting side characters (I hope to see more of them in the next books),and generally a story that caught my attention, plain and simple. Can’t wait to read the sequel; Resurrection Stone.
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