Friday, September 12, 2014

Book Review: The Curse of Blood

Book: The Curse of Blood
Author: Diana Nixon
Genre: YA, PNR, Magic,
Cover design: J.M. Rising Horses Creations
Published: August 29th, 2014 by Nevermore Press

In the mysterious world of magic, where nothing is what it seems, only blood never lies. It binds generations, endowing their descendants with powers and knowledge. Sometimes it heals, and sometimes, it becomes a curse that turns you into someone you never wanted to be…

Eileen and her friends did their best to destroy the Dragons brotherhood, one of the most dangerous organizations that ever existed. Could they have imagined how bad the consequences of their actions would be? Now, they are forced to watch one of their friends die. If only Evan were not bound to Eileen and Amanda, who will have to go through the hell of his death with him…

But what if death could be just an illusion? An illusion where every step you take brings you closer to the new life where nothing will ever be the same… Will the powers of love and magic be enough to survive?.. Or will destroying the world of supernatural become the only way to keep their hearts beating?

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars!!

I’ll start off by saying that this is a book series I would recommend reading from the first book, Love Lines. I think you would be a little lost just stepping into the world of Love Lines without a little background, but none the less Diana has done a great job trying to fill you in.
This book is done the POV of my favorite characters!! The wonderful couple Eileen and Christian, and my next two loves, Evan and Amanda. Powerful bonds connect all of these characters.

In the beginning Diana picks up right where we left off, Evan is dying! (SPOILER!) He’s not so much dying as he is evolving. Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes Evan is becoming more powerful and unfortunately Eileen is enduring this transformation with him. Talk about intense. They are pretty much cut off from the outside world and having to endure 12 days of pain, while Eileen catches glimpse of Evan’s past. What could all these dream mean and when he wakes up what powers will he have? Don’t worry though because he’s the same charming, smart ass that we have all come to love so much and those new found powers will come in handy.
During this book I think characters are really developing. I always love Eileen’s strength and courage and love for her friends and now Amanda is working her way up the ladder and into my heart more. But what I didn’t see coming was the end. Talk about pulling my heart strings. It was worth it. It’s always worth it.
Bonds will grow, pasts and connections are made, and a lot is revealed in this installment of the Love Lines Series. It’s a book you don’t want to miss and it makes me feel like I’m reading one of the Harry Potter books, just one isn’t enough. I need them all!
Now, start writing Diana! :)

One of my favorite scenes:
Evan: “why didn’t you come to me?”
(character): “what would I say? Touch me? Kiss me? Make love to me?”
“Evan: “Yeah, why not?”

Oh man, this made me laugh and at the same time my heart was beating fast. God, how I wanted them to connect again with passion… okay, that’s enough of that scene. You will just have to read the book to find out what’s going on. J
Okay… one more scene:

“In your dreams!” I snapped, turning to the door.
“You’re seen my dreams, Baby. I don’t talk much there.”

Haha they crack me up!!


About the author:
Diana Nixon is the author of fantasy and contemporary romances. She was born in Minsk, Belarus, where she currently lives. In 2008 she graduated from Belorussian state University. She has a Master of Law degree and speaks several foreign languages, including English, Polish, and Spanish.

To learn more about Diana Nixon or to buy her works:

Love Lines:
Ebook or Paperback
Songs of the wind:
Ebook or Paperback
From Scratch:
Ebook or Paperback
Diamond Sky:
Ebook or Paperback

The Souls of Rain (Heavens Trilogy 1)
Ebook or Paperback
The Prisoners of Dreams (Heavens Trilogy 1.5)
Ebook or Paperback
Hate at First Sight (A Contemporary Romance)
Ebook or Paperback

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