As the provocative, sensual Blood Type series continues, the rare bond between Reyna and Beckham is threatened by betrayal, greed, and twisted secrets.
A desperate human. A powerful vampire. A world divided.
Reyna Carpenter was promised paradise. She was delivered into hell.
Giving up her body for money was supposed to be the hardest part of becoming a blood escort. She never expected to lose her heart to her dark, enigmatic boss, Beckham Anderson. After being taken by a depraved captor who plans to rule the world, Reyna will do anything to return to Beckham.
She just has to find the will to survive this game.
From the pawn, rises a queen.
Note: Reyna and Beckham’s story begins in Blood Type and continues in Blood Cure.
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Blood Match (Blood Type #2)
By K.A. Linde
*Note to readers* If you have not read Blood Type, book one of this series, DO NOT continue. My review will contain spoilers from the first installment and I do not wish to ruin your overall experience with the Blood Type trilogy.
K.A. Linde is blowing me away with this series; like I can’t even describe the amount of wtf I have right now. She created this world so vividly and you can’t help but fall into it once you start reading.
“Oh Little One, how do you still have such a heart?”
Book one, Blood Type, left us all in an uproar. I was left speechless and stir-crazy at the abrupt ending and I knew that when this book was made available I would devour it like I had done the previous one. Let me tell you….I wasn’t wrong. Linde grabbed my heart, shook it up threw it in my face! We left Reyna at the end of Blood Type captured by Harrington to be his own personal “blood bag.” The situation seems hopeless and every early on Reyna doesn’t know whether to give up and give in to the madness or keep fighting. It’s an endless cycle of needles, isolation, and fear.
Without giving away any spoilers, there are some major revelations in this book and we see characters who we thought we knew were on certain sides show us another aspect of themselves. The plot is fast-paced and full of twists and turns while the characters remain so very well written.
Reyna’s character evolves into something more than what she was in a way that only her circumstances could have made her. She’s jaded, but at times we still see that hopeful young girl we first met. Her relationship with Beckham is so intense; Linde gives us this palpable love, lust, and friendship between the two in such a magnificent way. I loved watching them together and believe me…they have some revelations of their own.
Overall, this book was great. If you loved the first one then you’ll fall in love all over again in Blood Match. Just be prepared, the ending is just as abrupt, or even more so, than it was in Blood Type. You’ll definitely be left wanting more and screaming your lungs out.