The protege Braden and the Silivasi brothers were a riot especially Marquis, who was the meanest of them all. But he had a heart of gold. Well you don't see that until near the end of the book. Marquis does everything to protect his brothers and being the oldest of them all, he carries a huge weight on his shoulders. I also loved the leading lady, Jocelyn. She had a pair of lady balls for sure. After everything she has seen and what she tried to do to escape , she fights no matter what.
I loved that it wasn't one of those things where she immediately decided to be with Nathaniel. She actually thought about what she was getting into. He was hot and brutal when he needed to be and loved Jocelyn unconditionally. Now for the warning. This book will not be for everyone. Do not let the fact that this is part Paranormal Romance fool you. There are some horrific scenes in this book. I mean scenes they wouldn't put in a horror movie. Blood Destiny is very dark, cruel and doesn't hold anything back. If you are looking for sweet little vampires that glitter and sparkle, look elsewhere.
If you want vampires that actually belong in a horror movie and will literally rip you to shreds, these are your guys. I can't think of anything bad to say about this book. The story and history in this book was rich and well-layered. Again, the mythology is super fresh and unique.
Do not go into this thinking it is just another vampire book, it is far from it. This is an amazing debut by Tessa Dawn and this is high, very high on my favorites list. Marquis' book is book 2, Blood Awakening, and it comes out October 28th. So I plan on reading this one or two more times before then. And many more times after that and I am sure Blood Awakening will be just as re-readable. View all 9 comments. Tessa Dawn has quickly become one of my favorite authors. Her style is full of emotion and I feel like I am living the story.
Simply put, I love her books. Let me start with: I bought it thinking I was sampling it, and I kept reading. That said, this book was revolting in a very personal way. I don't find anything good, nor romantic in the idea that I was created for someone.
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There's all that pesky free will that is ignored or directly strangled in this kind of books. Is that supposed to make me feel special? Ok, that's on me. But it's definitely on the author when s Let me start with: But it's definitely on the author when she doesn't realize that in 72 hours there's no love, and so you have to be particularly skilled to make me feel anything but contempt for the characters.
In her defense, I haven't found such an author What you are giving me is a slave she has no choice, and that's hammered on, even with the threat of violence that's forced to change her frigging race to save from death a guy she has literally just met and give him 2 sons to boot. Oh by the way, one has to be killed on birth so his father can live So, let's not be started on how revolting is the idea that one is evil because he is of one peculiar race Then there's the story in itself, again I blame the author.
Why writing such a blurb when it's all a lie? Why telling us the heroine is a frigging homeland security detective, and a good one too, when it's all a lie. The heroine's past is hinted but had no role here. Moreover, she's stupid, weak, TSL and in no way coherent with such past. And the one time she thinks for herself, she's punished severely by the author who goes to extreme to make it happen.
She's betrayed by a friend who tries to rape her. The extreme isn't the rape, it's the fact the author does what she wants with her world with no respect for readers. The friend is supposed to know who she is before any revelation three years before the actual revelation and uses her as a bait. Why would I want to side with a violent race with no respect for humans they have no problems in raping their minds and going on a killing spree and even less for women?
I could go on, but others have done a very good job already: Aug 23, Tracy T. Hmm Where to start. The eye rolling cheesy moments made this a 2. Sad it could have been a 5 star story. The chemistry between Joselyn and Nathaniel was forced and just not believable. Regardless of the "destiny" or "curse" I was just lacking. There was sex in this book and it was okay, nothing great, nothing bad.
Not erotica, not BDSM, not that romantic either. Some of Hmm Where to start. Some of the hero's endearments of love or whatever, was a bit cheesy and caused additional eye rolling. Joselyn is a detective. That is pretty much all you know about her. I had a hard time with some of this story and it caused some serious eye rolling moments for sure. I know this is a paranormal romance so you can expect certain things to happen and be okay with it, its a vampire book after all. But I had an issue with the whole pregnancy.
First, she has to be transformed into and immortal vampire, which was extremely painful for her and took a couple of hours I guess. Then to get pregnant or conceive all he has to do is say the words since they have been intimate. Seriously here is the quote: Anytime within the next seventy-two hours, I can command your body to conceive, and it will be so. With just your words? Now she is preggers.
And 48 hours later has a baby. Yep that is it, 48 whole hours. I enjoyed everything else. The secondary character, Marquis I liked so much better. He had a much better story line and back story than the hero and heroine of this book. He also had some back story and you got to know him better than anyone else in the book including our hero and heroine of this story.
These story took place in over a the course of about 7 days. It also seemed the story was written choppy and all over the place. I am hesitant to listen to the next book, but I am going to because I really liked Marquis in this book. I feel like this story could be a prequel to Marquis's story. Lets hope so anyway since I am going to give it a shot and my fingers are crossed the next book has less eye rolling and cheesy moments. As for the narration it was fantastic, Eric Dove is a great narrator he does a great job on the female voices and gives everyone their own voice.
His reading voice is good and he reads with emotion. Very enjoyable narrator to listen to. As I was listening to this book via whispersync i kept wondering during those certain sections of the book, was the narrator rolling his eyes too while he was reading this? View all 5 comments. I picked up Blood Destiny expecting something along the lines of Tanith Lee 's Blood Opera series - a scandalously over the top, grotesque read. And indeed Tessa Dawn tries hard - man!
Perhaps all my gory reads have desensitized me - some of the reviews I've skimmed before starting the book would indeed suggest that Dawn did cause some outrage - but the violence wasn't the problem for me. My problem was that this book is a nonsensical, dull mess. In the prologue we're told how the vampire race came to be. Once upon a time there were the royal twins, Jaegar and Jadon: Then the blood of their victims comes to life to curse them with immortality, the need to feed on human blood and the incapability to produce female offspring: What better way to punish a couple of evildoers than by granting them immortality and targeting their paternal instincts, right?
And the innocent woman suffering an excruciating death is such a classy touch! Sound reasoning, Creepy Blood Entity! Jadon pleads for mercy, which he gets because Creepy Blood Entity realizes he's not such a bad dude afterall. His descendants will have one chance at their HEA: Also, their women get to live. The prologue sets the tone for the whole book: Women get kidnapped and threatened? It's to weaken a man and put him in a tight spot. Women get raped and murdered? It's to cross a man and deprive him of companionship.
The women in Dawn's book are nothing more than props used either for shock value - one can never have enough rape scenes in a book, apparently - or to highlight the exquisite sensitivity and extraordinary sexual prowess of the heroes, who also happen to be invincible god-like creatures of unimaginable power.
Even the curse that weight upon one of the child is about the men. They suffer terribly because of it, you see. Nah, she doesn't mind all that much. At some point a very pregnant Jocelyn, Nathaniel destined mate, questions him about the fate that awaits her children this is at the end of the book: Dunno, the exchange seems a bit unfair. I would be ok giving up my firstborn for an aquarium and an HBO subscription. Or an aquarium and a live-in chef. I've read it all before and really didn't need another go at this stuff. Feb 22, Emily Rose rated it did not like it.
I just can't get into the story at all, for a lot of reasons. The whole idea of sacrificing a child is repellant to me to begin with, but there are a lot of situations I don't agree with and still read about. I'm not a person who needs a perfect fairy tale story line at all, so the whole baby thing is just a starting point. I'm sure there are some authors that could pull it off, but Tessa Dawn isn't one of them.
The writing doesn't flow well, so it's impossible to get lost and absorbed in the story. Then, there's the characters. I can't find a single thing that I like about any of them. I know vampires are supposed to be predatory, but these guys are straight up animals. The "hero" of the story goes on a killing spree when he gets upset!
And the heroine is hysterical and annoying. Admittedly, I might be hysterical if a murderous animal expected me to have twins and kill one of them, but however realistic her attitude might be, it's still annoying to read about. And there's secondary characters coming out of the woodwork with no introduction or lead in whatsoever. It's just really bad writing, and with a plot like this, the writing can't be less than perfect. I very very rarely give a 1 star review.
In fact, this might only be the 2nd or 3rd time I have ever done it. Usually, if I don't like the plot, I can at least compliment the author's writing. Or if it's horribly written, I can acknowledge the story's potential for being interesting or entertaining. I just can't think of anything positive to say about this book, and this is only the second time in my life that I have given up on the story without finishing it. This book has a lot of five star reviews, so I might give it another chance some day, but for now, I'm done.
What a great book this was! I have not read something that grabed me like this in a while. Dwan puts a new and creative twist to the ancient vampire warriors tale. I loved the concept of the cursed vampires bloodlines, and oh my the execution is just masterful and unique. The plot has all the elements I love in a good vampire history. If you love all these elements into a bo What a great book this was! If you love all these elements into a book, then you must read Blood Destiny. I guarantee you will be hooked like I was! Jun 16, Amber rated it it was amazing Shelves: Well one thing I'll say about this author is she is raw!!
And I effing love it!! She's not afraid to do things with her characters and she sheds some blood with them as well. A lot goes on in this book but to try and sum it up it's about 5 brothers. And long before these brothers came out there were two brothers, twins to be exact named Jadon and Jaegar. The two brothers did some pretty evil stuff and now have the Blood Curse apon them. Their sons and their sons will one day meet their Destiny an Well one thing I'll say about this author is she is raw!! Their sons and their sons will one day meet their Destiny and in order to get rid of this blood curse they need to have children with her.
However they will only have twins and the they need to give up one of them and this needs to be done within 30 days.
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If they can't the vampires dies an excruciating death. Jadon, who their descendants are considered the Light ones will need to give up their Dark child, who is evil. Then the sons of Jaegar considered the Dark ones, need to give up one child. As you can probably tell there are two different types of vampires. Dark being evil and can only go out at night, they pretty much have no sole.
The Light ones are good and have soles and can go out no matter the time of day Now that being said as I said before this book is about 5 brothers, Light ones However one of them Shelby died, because of a dark one He never got to fulfill his destiny. Now his older brother Nathaniel has meet his. A girl named Jocelyn. She is a cop and has just witnessed something horrible and is scared to death. Nathaniel comes across her and tries to figure out what is wrong. However Jocelyn can tell Nathaniel is not human. She thinks he is going to kill her and tries to kill herself before he gets the opportunity.
That is never Nathaniel's intention and whatever his intention was it all went out the window because the Blood Moon came and showed him this Jocelyn give is his destiny. He has 30 days until the next moon to have children with this woman and make her a vampire Jocelyn is beyond overwhelmed and doesn't know if she can trust Nathaniel.
As the story continues we meet the other 3 brothers who play very important roles in the book. We also get introduced to some pretty evil Dark ones. As Jocelyn and Nathaniel try to figure things out things just keep getting more complicated for them! Does Nathaniel convince Jocelyn they are destined to be with one another? Do the brothers avenge Shelby's death? I could go on and on about this book but I would just give everything away!
I feel like my review can't even sum up what I'm trying to say. But i'll say this. If you're a fan of vampires and don't mind a little bit of gore, read this book!! It's great and the ending is wonderful. I can't wait until the next one comes out! The two leaders were twin princes, Jaegar and Jadon but Jadon was against the sacrificing and asked for leniency. The curse was to affect them and all the following sons who would be born as twins.
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For the sons of Jaegar, the Dark ones, they are born evil, must drink blood, cannot go out in the sun, can never know the love of a woman, and they must sacrifice one of the twin sons born they cannot have girl children. For the sons of Jadon, the Light ones, they must also drink blood but they can go in the sun and they must sacrifice the dark twin that is born. A bit complex, right? The curse is told up front but it does get a bit confusing as you get into the book.
It really had a Carpathian the series by Christine Feehan feel to me as they are more traditional vampires and of the old ways. They have many of the same powers and family set up as the Carpathians as well. However, the one point that they differ are that these vampires are really I enjoyed the main couple in the book, Nathaniel and Jocelyn, but there really was no romance due to the whole one mate thing and there isn't any smexy parts till you're three fourths done. Jocelyn was a bit too whiny for my tastes and was constantly wanting to die, kill herself or be killed.
The times when she actually fought back were surprising! There are some interesting secondary characters because naturally all the brothers are extremely good looking. Marquis, the older and most tormented, brother is next and there is a nice epilogue that sets his book up. How about no more suicide attempts; no more walking off with strangers; no more trying to fight vampires with silly, human weapons--silver bullets only work on werewolves, Jocelyn--and no more holding Nachari's hand. And we'll be just fine. Aug 11, BookHookup rated it it was amazing.
Although cursed by The Celestial Gods, Nathaniel Silivasi was born a son of the light and therefore must find his true destiny… his one and only soul mate. Finding the woman that was made for him seems hopeless and out of reach, but when Nathaniel stumbles upon the distressed, petrified yet determinedly strong willed, Jocelyn Levi, in the forest that surrounds his property, complete with the tell tale mark upon her wrist signifying that she is indeed his he must convince her to become a part o Although cursed by The Celestial Gods, Nathaniel Silivasi was born a son of the light and therefore must find his true destiny… his one and only soul mate.
Finding the woman that was made for him seems hopeless and out of reach, but when Nathaniel stumbles upon the distressed, petrified yet determinedly strong willed, Jocelyn Levi, in the forest that surrounds his property, complete with the tell tale mark upon her wrist signifying that she is indeed his he must convince her to become a part of his world. From the moment I read the very first sentence of Blood Destiny, I was beyond hooked. This book was impossible to put down I seriously read it less than 24 hours.
Tessa Dawn is a phenomenal writer. Her storyline is unique, incredibly creative, and the great, descriptive detail of the vampires history was truly fascinating. This book was suspenseful, exciting, horrifying, dark, full of passion with a dash of humor combined. The Silivasi brothers are powerfully seductive and bad ass! Such an enticing group of brothers. Nov 10, Dennis rated it it was amazing. Knowing my love of all things Vampire…a friend turned me on to Blood Destiny. I read the premise, reviewed the website, and I was immediately hooked. As a reader of vampire novels and Dark Fantasy I long for three things; a new take on an established legend, amazing characters, and a story that is instantly engaging.
Tessa Dawn delivers this in spades! With a stroke of her pen, Tessa explains to us the origins of the Vampires of legend, and then introduces us to the Silivasi brothers of the House Knowing my love of all things Vampire…a friend turned me on to Blood Destiny. With a stroke of her pen, Tessa explains to us the origins of the Vampires of legend, and then introduces us to the Silivasi brothers of the House of Jadon.
They are fierce and deadly vampire warriors bonded not just as family, but by an ancient Blood Curse that seeks to claim their lives. We learn of the atrocities committed by their ancestors, the ancient curse that plagues them, and the consequences of not fulfilling the terms of that covenant. Tessa Dawn guides us through the journey of Nathaniel Silivasi, a vampire warrior who is as charming and intelligent as he is cunning and deadly, and Jocelyn Levi, a beautiful, courageous, and determined federal agent whose life is forever changed during her journey to the Eastern Rocky Mountains.
Their lives come together in a crash of fear, danger, blood, retribution…and destiny. Page after heart stopping page gives us not just a glimpse of these two characters and who they are, but also allows us to FEEL these two characters. We experience their pain, their fear and confusion, and their desperation, and in the end we become as invested as they are in a destiny established for them centuries ago. Every aspect of this world, from the characters, to the geography, to the very curse itself, played an integral part in the story. The imagery and descriptions made me feel as if I was an active participant in each scene.
By the way, Marquis' book is book 2, Blood Awakening.. So I plan on listening to this one or two more times before then. And many more times after that and I am sure Blood Awakening will be just as re-readable. Wow, I love this take on the Vampire, it's raw, edgy and kinda dark but it also has redemption.. Eric does a great job narrating this book and I personally can not wait for the next Tessa Dawn's writing is addicting.
To hear the story read to you is something else. This is the first audio book I've listened to all the way through. Eric Dove brought Tessa's story to life. The tone in his voice, and the changes between characters helped keep the story interesting. I was able to let my imagination flow free and visualize the story while I listened. What made the experience of listening to Blood Destiny the most enjoyable?
It is that great moment where I can listen to this eerie, yet beautiful story before bedtime. What did you like best about this story? How the relationship between Nathaniel and Jocelyn developed. I loved to see how the trust and love built from their understanding and time spent together strengthened their bond. I have read a lot of vampires books that rushes too quickly into love at first sight, where it almost seems artificial.
The first meeting between the two protagonist in the story was a refreshing approach. As soon as I listened to the prologue narration, I was captivated. His interpretation of the victims' voices was eerie, and brought to life something I would never be able to experience by simply reading. Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
There were moments where Nathaniel calls Jocelyn endearments in Romania, and it just melts my heart. I love it when authors bring in other languages! I can't lie, the kid Braden bring an extra dimension a friendly, innocent kid humor that I enjoyed. A nice break from the dark, heavy world which I also love of the the blood curse series. All the flavors of life! If you could sum up Blood Destiny in three words, what would they be?
Thrilling, Intense and Exciting! This story takes amazingly complex characters, characters of legend and darkness Eric Dove is amazing. Having read the novel I am enjoying that fact that my favorite characters have been given new life. Their images, their actions and their emotions are even clearer and more intense. Dark Fantasy at its finest come to life!
The characters really came to life in this audio version. The narrator did an awesome job. In a world that is full of the "same" vampire story being told again and again vampire meets girl, they instantly fall in love, and he's scary because he gas fangs Tessa Dawn's Blood Destiny was beyond refreshing. The entire backstory on the origin of the vampires is completely new and the vampires are real There's nothing watered down about them. The civilization and world building is equally rich and complex and the characters are so clearly fleshed out you can almost reach out and touch them.
I would say they're 3D, but they're really 4D since you can almost describe their souls. I thought Tessa's storytelling was amazing, the plot was exciting pretty hard to put down , and the narrator could not have done a better hob with the brilliant work of fiction he was handed! I will listen again and again! Had to turn it off halfway through the first chapter. The very audible intake of breath by the narrator is very annoying.
Shame really as I enjoyed reading the book very much. There are so many good reviews but I not sure if I will be buying more in the series. At the start of the book we are introduced to Jocelyn Levi who is an agent for Homeland Security.
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She must have been very poorly trained as she doesn't seem to fight back and she has very little backbone. There is a scene where is is rescuing a child, where I wanted to shout ' don't be a wimp what about using your training'. She cries too much for my liking - I need my heroines to be assertive and strong not ineffectual and weepie. This book has yet another explanation as to how Vampires were created and the overall story line is quite strong.
The narrator Eric Dove does a very good job a good variation in tone and accent. I might lookup to see what else he has narrated. Considering the next book in the series which I see is 'Blood Awakening'. It may be wrong to let one character stop me from read more in the series when she is likely to be just a background character in Blood Awakening. I bought this thinking I would listen to the series. The heroine is a highly trained law enforcement officer but spends all her time making ' poor' decisions , regretting them with paragraphs of angst and then needing rescuing A very frustrating book I had to listen to the end but it was a struggle.
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Narrator Cold Malice Esher Valen. What members say Average Customer Ratings Overall. No Reviews are Available. Most Helpful Most Recent. I so love this series!! Sparkly Vampires need not apply From the first word to the last, this story grabbed me and refused to let go. Diana Offbeat Vagabond Hands down, one of the best authors out there!
Tessa Dawn is the Queen of Dark Fantasy Wow, I love this take on the Vampire, it's raw, edgy and kinda dark but it also has redemption.. Thank you Tessa 19 of 21 people found this review helpful.
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So I started this book yesterday and I really thought the description sounded interesting and was looking forward to reading about this fairy world where there are so many different types of creatures. I couldn't get past the made up gibberish how can you call someone a gangster mob type and then have him speak in isms I swear that was I was trying to figure out a way to write this review without sounding like a jerk, but I'm just going to write how this made me feel and hope its not to offensive. I couldn't get past the made up gibberish how can you call someone a gangster mob type and then have him speak in isms I swear that was it just add ism to any word and you've got this speech down, I thought the author would explain at some point make the speech thing a part of the type of fae he was to explain the childish activity by some drug dealing mob guy but no.
Even more baffling is no one else talks this way in the book but none of the characters find his speech weird or irritating come on. This book made me want to pull my hair out the female lead is a whiny oh poor me attitude really topped my distaste for this book. I feel bad seeing as it's the only book I've read by the author but I can't imagine I will pick up anything else after reading this I didn't even finish it bought it yesterday got halfway and said screw it I'm getting my money back and returned it. This is a new thing for me cause I've never disliked a book so much that I've returned one.
Aug 16, T. Poison Kissed, book 3 of this series, is one of my favorites for so far. I found this book 4 good, with an intricate plot that kept me reading, but I have to admit, I found Ember to be a bit wishy-washy valley girl. Diamond was a great character, but he could have done better than a girl that had such a hard time believing in him yeah, yeah, we get the whole low self esteem thing , I would have preferred a stringer female to pair him with.
That said, this is a terrific author, and boo Poison Kissed, book 3 of this series, is one of my favorites for so far. That said, this is a terrific author, and book 4's plot may pale when compared to the Poison kissed,, but it is still a good story and I love the author's writing style. I am reading this series out of order.
Although the characters cross over, their stories don't impact each others' chronologically Jul 19, Dee rated it liked it. I didn't enjoy the book as much as I originally thought I would. At the start, Ember was a desperate girlfriend clinging to a boyfriend who was an abusive asshole. Diamond, our male lead made of pink glass no less had a funny way of speaking that was meant to be endearing but came off as childlike, which sums up the tone of the first half of the story. The trickery, the deal, it all felt like a child's game, one with lots of sex, swearing and backstabbing.
But towards the end I found I was act I didn't enjoy the book as much as I originally thought I would. But towards the end I found I was actually enjoying it. By then, Ember's personality had much improved and I had gotten used to Diamond's dialogue. Not great but at least it was entertaining. Mar 29, Jenny Delandro rated it liked it. Melbourne is overrun with fairies and vampires and this story follows two fairies who are not beautiful or loving people.
Diamond is a glass fairy and a mid level gangster Ember is a blood fairy and she has been clinging to a bad relationship because she feared being alone more. Fractured and hard, the ending is not glorious and uplifting but satisifying when you realise that they will Melbourne is overrun with fairies and vampires and this story follows two fairies who are not beautiful or loving people. Fractured and hard, the ending is not glorious and uplifting but satisifying when you realise that they will make make it I have not read the previous ones but this was not an issue.
Each novel does stand alone and readers will not have a problem following this story. After reading the blurb and being intrigued, it was a little disappointing with some of the language used. It was very distracting and I found myself having to reread parts of it over. Overall, it was a good read. Oct 03, Vick rated it it was ok Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
I did not like Ember I can see why all her friends left her.. Diamond however I loved to bits. I'd have given Diamond 5 stars but Ember just poo-pooed the story for me. I was a little upset that Vincent got snuffed out so easily as well, he was just starting to get interesting. And why did Kane get so little page-time?
That gave me the sads. I loved the way that the glassfairy Diamond, has a way of talkifying! I love paranormal romances! Just give me my cat and a good romance novel!!! Unconditional love, free cuddles, shelf the book when not needed, no bitching, snoring, or cheating! And you get the bed to yourself!
Mar 20, Marielle rated it it was ok. I didn't mind Diamond, but Ember was useless. I didn't understand her appeal at all. No real personality and she's hardly bright. You spend most of the book thinking she's an idiot. I don't understand why anyone likes her, but I guess it's just looks. Sarahlouro rated it liked it Jun 20, DeAnna Felthauser rated it did not like it Feb 04, Marie rated it it was ok Sep 22, Kelbel rated it liked it Sep 10, Vallimar rated it really liked it Jan 21, Aja rated it liked it Jun 15, Jamie Lock rated it it was amazing Oct 03, Danielle Young rated it really liked it Dec 23, Meghan Edwards rated it it was amazing Feb 02, Sandy rated it did not like it Nov 24, Jay Perry rated it liked it May 23, Lauren Richardson rated it liked it Jun 30, Siara rated it it was ok Mar 16, Cheryl rated it liked it Nov 13, Terri rated it did not like it Oct 25, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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