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Monday, June 7, 2021

Review: Wild Thing - Michelle Hercules






Wild Thing (Blueblood Vampires #2)

Review: Wild Thing - Book #2 Blueblood Vampires - Michelle Hercules - June 2020

Years ago, I was a big fan of Paranormal/Supernatural romances and loved reading them, especially books that featured Vampires/Werewolves, etc. Then like most things, you get a bit bored with reading the same thing over and over again and you one day stop reading it. Recently, I decided to give the Blueblood Vampire series by Michelle Hercules ago. I have been enjoying this series as it's like Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead if they added steaminess and sexiness with edgy content to the story. In Wild Thing, the main story is Saxon - our Blueblood Vampire and Aurora - the next in line to be the High Witch. Aurora being the High Witch has been arranged and told she will be marrying Calvin Belmont of the Belmont Family Witches. This is the worst news as she can't stand his pompous self. On a night of rebellion, Aurora heads to the local bar Havoc and ends up having a night of passion with Saxon. Of course, this triggers a bonding, and turns out Saxon and Aurora are now bonded together but is it possible to break as a Vampire and Witch bonded could cause the start of a war? The other storylines we see in this book is the return of powers from Rikkon who we discovered was a Prince of the infamous Nightingales and someone is trying to stir up trouble in the supernatural/paranormal world as Manu (bluebloods) is being framed for killing a dragon shifter. I am now looking forward to reading the next book in this series as I want to find more about Rikkon and his sister Vivienne's powers.

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