Blood and Champagne (Bloodlines #2) by J.D. Thompson
Genre: Young Adult (Paranormal Romance)Date Published: October 1, 2013
The Blurb:Who needs hell when you have high school?
In the second installment of the Bloodlines Series, Alexis is forced to come to terms with the truth behind her existence. As her troubling past comes back to haunt her, Alexis struggles between what she wants and what is right.
However, being a hellhound is only part of the problem; with dead students popping up around every street corner and increasing gaps in her memory, Alexis begins to put her own innocence into question.
A rift with Lucas only complicates matters further and Alexis finds herself forging new alliances that could change her destiny in more ways than one.
Blood and Champagne is the second book in the Bloodlines series by J.D. Thompson. This is one of those series that really needs more recognition. It's well thought out, well put together, and all around entertaining. There are twists, romance, a secret society, heartbreak, and I love the take on werewolves as hellhounds. That just makes sense to me. I'm not so sure what Alexis was thinking when it came to the Society. Why would you join something you know nothing about? Not too smart, but I think I like where the story is headed regardless. We have a love triangle brewing too, and I never like the secondary love interest more than the primary love interest. I may have to change my ways though, because I like Theo quite a bit more than Lucas now. I know! Crazy right?
Blood and Champagne by J.D. Thompson was provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.
J.D. Thompson is a photographer by day and closet writer by night. She views writing in much of the same manner in which she views art: it’s all about creation. J.D. has a love for words in general and is fascinated by the way a few simple sentences combined with one’s imagination can build a whole new universe on a single sheet of paper. In 2003 she attended the University of Moncton, where she majored in Visual Arts Studies and minored in English Literature. She is currently living a quaint rural town in the chilly northern peak of New-Brunswick, with her husband and young children.
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