Thursday, March 31, 2011

Review of : Blood Wyne by Yasmine Galenorn

The D'Artigo sisters have just turned in their badges to the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. Now that they're free agents they're hoping things will be easier, but when you're half-human, half-Fae, things can go astray at the most inopportune times...especially if you're attempting to go undercover and penetrate the underworld of a vamp society on the brink of war.

My Review:

This book in the series focuses on Menolly D'Artigo half human half fae vampire, one of the three D'Artigo sisters.

Young human women are being raped, drained and killed by what seems to be a vampire serial killer and that spells big trouble for the supe community.

In trying to find and kill the murderer Menolly finds herself in league with the oldest vampire in town Roman who turns out to be the son of Blood Wyne the mother of all vampires. Menolly's relationship with Roman turns into more than she bargained for as she becomes his consort.

As Menolly tries to rid the city of the evil spirits controlling the Greenbelt Park District  of Seattle she is forced to seek the help of one of the Elder Fae known as the Maiden of Karask, Ivana Krask. In the end Menolly learns by making a deal with the Elder Fae she has opened up a whole new kettle of worms that may come back to bite her in the rear at a later date.

This was a good installment in the series full of action and if you like a lot of hot stuff you'll enjoy this one I give this book 4 croaks....

The Series:

Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon
1. Witchling (2006)
2. Changeling (2007)
3. Darkling (2007)
4. Dragon Wytch (2008)
5. Night Huntress (2009)
6. Demon Mistress (2009)
7. Bone Magic (2010)
7. The Shadow of Mist (2009) (in Never After)
8. Harvest Hunting (2010)
9. Blood Wyne (2011)
9. Etched in Silver (2010) (in Inked)
10. Courting Darkness (2011)
WitchlingChangelingDarklingDragon Wytch
Night HuntressDemon MistressBone MagicNever After
Harvest HuntingBlood WyneInked


Michelle Greathouse said...

I liked this one too. :) The next one will be from Camille's POV.


Mishel (P.S. I Love Books) said...

Excellent review! I have yet to start this series but I do have Witchling on my shelf waiting to be read. I'm looking forward to getting to them.