Blood Bound

Blood Bound

Book - 2011
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When her friend's daughter goes missing, paranormal tracker Liv Warren has no choice but to find the girl and save her from a dark criminal underworld. But that means trusting Cam Caballero, the former lover forbidden to her.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ontario, Canada : MIRA, c2011
ISBN: 9780778312550
Branch Call Number: FIC Vincent R
Characteristics: 463 p. ; 17 cm


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FangFiction Oct 13, 2011

Don't you love it when a wonderful new urban fantasy series hits the market? I have been awaiting Rachel Vincent's new series with great anticipation because her SHIFTERS/WERECATS Series is one of my all-time favorites. This new series is going to be just as great if it stays on the level of this first book. The heroine of the series is Olivia (Liv) Warren, whose skill is tracking, particularly blood tracking. If Liv has a blood sample, she can track that person down even from hundreds of miles away. Liv's motto in life, which she has tattooed on the back of her neck, is "Cedo nulli": Latin for "I yield to no one." Vincent has created a terrifically inventive world here, a world in which seemingly simple oaths can change people's lives. All of the characters are well developed. Each one has a back story that creates empathy on the part of the reader. No one is all good or all bad—just as in real life. Liv has flaws. She has made wrong decisions during her life, but she is basically a good person. Even the villain, who is an awful human being, is shown to have some good in him. The plot is intricate, and it plays out in a compelling manner. I have to say that I figured out the big plot point (can't tell you what it is though) about 3/4 of the way through, but that still didn't spoil the story for me. The ending is a bit of a cliff hanger, with Liv on the verge of making a decision that will change her life for many more years. I can't wait to read "Shadow Bound." Check out my full review at


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FangFiction Oct 13, 2011

This is the opening line: "Only two-thirty in the morning, and I already had blood on my hands. The most messed-up part of that? It was the hour that bothered me."


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