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Conviction (Blood Trails Book 9) Kindle Edition
And this time, the law may not be on his side…>
Agent Andrew Bradford once used deadly force to stop a kelpie from kidnapping a human teenager. And now Shade has gotten a call saying he’s done it again. Flesh-eating kelpie dead, human victim saved.
At least, he thinks that’s what happened.
He doesn’t remember.
His inability to clearly recall the night’s events forces Shade to seek answers among the monsters of the Otherworld. She’ll have to question scheming leannan sidhe, malicious waterhorses, and take a dangerous step into the world of vampire politics.
Otherworlders are nothing if not opportunistic. And there are plenty of powerful players ready to take advantage of Shade’s desperation to do whatever it takes to save her partner…
- ASIN : B08SHKDJWV
- Publisher : Skeleton Key Publishing (January 25, 2021)
- Publication date : January 25, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 3438 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 368 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08TS5RZPT
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #61,310 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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She is also still way to weak to deal with her opponents. Everyone around her literally owns her and plays her like a dog. It’s almost laughable when you see her “get angry” now because you know it’s all bark and she lacks the conviction or power to actually do anything. As a mystery/detective book I give it 4 stars. As a urban fantasy novel it’s horrible.
Liam and Shade finally kiss and soon should be able to move on to second base. Flint is back and causing more trouble, but starting to do things just to be nice. I don't think Flint does nice.
After reading this once, I went back and reread the other eight books. There are many situations in Conviction that circle back to other books.
Now I have to wait a whole year to find out what happens to Andy.
Andy is unlikeable as always and nothing redeems him in this story, despite some extra tidbit about his background.
I still do not understand why Shade would stand up for Andy and use herself as a bargaining chip. Shade seems to be pushed around and stepped all over, as usual, in this book. It gets tiring after watching the same thing with Andy and Shade after 9 books. Plot wise, its fine. But the characters just make me feel...irritated. Characters drive a story, and it is starting to get a bit tedious and honestly, boring.
I do hope the next entry into the series will tell us more about Shade's background and perhaps kick Andy in the ass for being so unlikeable.
Bravo Jennifer Blackstream bravo!
So there were more errors in this book than the previous books.I think that has to do at
So I enjoyed this book as much as the record reads. Goid story and plot kept me interested. There were a lot of types however, missing words or jyst not the right word like this book wasn't edited as thoroughly as the past books. Can't wait for the next one.
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it's very slow going in terms of the overwhelming story arc. Not much is happening, very slowly indeed.
We're at book 9. We still don't know who Shade is, or why Scath, her fey owner or the vampire are so interested in her. There are hints, something in the vampires safe, some betrayal - something to do with her sister being given to the fey, something forgotten, a geas preventing people talking to Shade.
I'm no longer so certain I want to keep reading - the next episode has to step up, has to move the story along.