Monday, 5 October 2015

Bloodweight by Eva LeNoir

REVIEWED BY Joanne Swinney

Bloodweight (Underdogs of the Arena, #1)Bloodweight by Eva LeNoir
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

You can totally get lost in the world of paranormal books, you know why? Because anything can happen.
Female vampires kick boxing to the death while thousands watch, totally acceptable.

Believing in a story can only mean the Author is a great writer. If I'm drawn in and completely forget about what's going on around me, means the Author is an exceptional writer.
Eva LeNoir is a very talented writer, I not only wanted to believe in this story but I was lost in a world created by her.

Ellen is a fighter, it's all she's ever known. Battling her way through life, then into the ring to prove to everyone she's no underdog.

I know boxing is a sport and many woman take part in kick boxing but to the death. Inside that sounds like a real scary place to be. Ellen would never surrender that would be to shameful and she would not give Nash the satisfaction.

Nash the Sire, ruler of the underground can't take his eyes off Ellen. He wants her just like he wants all women, on their knees.
Pfft he's got no chance of Ellen sinking to her knees.

Ellen is in danger not that she cares. She can take care of herself but Nash will not allow that to happen. She's told that she will go with him, no arguing.

She's can't resist him anymore than he can her.
Ellen will never be controlled again. Her life is hers not for someone else to take.
Nash wants Ellen, he's beginning to see things a little differently. How can he get his independent feline to submit and sign a contract? Never going to happen.

I'm looking forward to reading more books in this series.
From now on this Author is a one click.

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