Devil’s Blood – 5 Stars

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Amity Cross

Royal Blood (Book 3)

Release Date: July 23, 2015

Genre: Erotic Romance

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book blurbWe would embrace the darkness together…

Or not at all.

Xavier Blood is a man adrift. And a dangerous man without purpose is a lethal cocktail for disaster. Mercy Reid has her revenge, but it’s not what her heart desires most.

After everything he’s been through, X doesn’t want to know where he came from, let alone who he was. Mercy has become his life, his anchor, his everything, so why should it matter?

Mercy thinks X is delaying the inevitable and pushes him to understand the thing he struggles with the most—his identity—but it might be one push too far in the wrong direction.

Who is Xavier Blood? Only one man has the answer and it’s the man Mercy wants to meet the least. The more X withdraws into his broken mind, the more desperate she becomes to save him, even if it means coming face to face with the man who tortured and conditioned her love to be a cold hearted killer.

The Watchman has the answers, but are they the ones she wants to hear?

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Royal Blood (Book 1)

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Bad Blood (Book 2)

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Blood Rites (Book 2.5)

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about the author

Amity Cross

imageAmity Cross isn’t her real name. That’s no secret.

She is the author of wicked stories about rock stars looking for redemption, gritty romances featuring MMA fighters and dark tales of forbidden romance. She loves to write about screwed up relationships and kick ass female leads that don’t take s**t lying down.

Amity lives in a leafy country town in southern Australia and can be found chained to her desk, held at ransom by her characters.

Don’t send help. She likes it.

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my review

5 Stars

I spent last week dialed into the violent and gritty world of Amity Cross’s Royal Blood series. It’s a dark environment filled with seriously nefarious characters.  A place where no one seems safe and where situations are so bad, people are risking everything to be free of it. However, I loved being there. I was completely immersed in Mercy and Xavier’s romance because their love and relationship was this strangely beautiful light the shined through the chaos of it all.

The latest installment in this series, Devil’s Blood, didn’t feel like it was about revenge as much as the previous books. It was more about this duo finding their new normal. Xavier and Mercy are unsettled – where do they go now?  They struggled quite a bit emotionally and to move forward but they had some major roadblocks in their way. It almost made me feel like their love wasn’t going to be enough and it only made me root for them more.

And then the Amity drop kicked the plot into high gear and everything goes to absolute hell for the couple. It was amazing.  I was on the edge of my seat worried for them and where I was once only curious about their future, I now was terrified that they might never get their happily ever after.

I shouldn’t have worried.  The way the author concluded their story was incredible – it unfolds in a manor that leaves you feeling addicted.  I devoured page after page and I loved every single moment in this book.

I thought Devil’s Blood is intense and emotionally charged. The sexual connection between Xavier and Mercy alone will leave you panting and wanting more. Add to that the drama and suspense surrounding Xavier’s past and you’re unable to put Devil’s Blood down. It is an awesome book and I highly recommend it.

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