Bloodfever: Fever Series Book 2 [Karen Marie Moning] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER I used to be. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER I used to be your average, everyday girl but all that changed one night in Dublin when I saw my first Fae, and got dragged into. Bloodfever is the second part of the Fever urban fantasy series by Karen Marie Moning. It starts immediately after the end of Darkfever and it makes virtually no.
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Still nothing going on between Mac and Mariee so I am guessing it will be pretty explosive when it does happen. I am waiting for Mac to quit being a whiny baby and start training and getting serious. Afterwards its like it never happened.
So why keep reading, you might ask. You must know that. It’s every princess for herself. Well that was unexpected! Other books in this series. I am going to read something now that I know I will like and that has well-written and believable characters and then I’ll see how I feel about continuing this series. I love a decent mystery and there are many loose ends to tie up.
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High Voltage Jim Frangione. I still think that the writing is much tighter than Bloodfeever highlander series, but the characters leave a mighty lot to be desired.
Brilliant writing I tell you! And now, after the second book, she still has not accomplished anything.
I know I will do it again. About Karen Marie Moning. Now the walls between the two are coming down, and Mac is the only thing that stands between them.
She said it herself. View all 4 comments. So if you are looking for romance I really suggest you look somewhere else. A seelie, unseelie, druid, fae…how old is this guy…is he immortal ……she can feel something in him that is not totally human.
After that, she seems mostly back to normal with them again. The book is also unnecessarily long, it’s soooo wordy. Barrons is everything I want you’d ever wanted in a man if you liked incredibly strong, frustratingly enigmatic, impossible and dominating men.
Mac discovers she is not the only sidhe seer and tries to link up with them but their Mistress, Rowena, who Mac first met in Bloodfeer, is not prepared to have her join the group unless she agrees to obey her. For those who like mysterious, interesting, other worldly adult books you will love these books.
I don’t get it. That’s really my only gripe about Mac in this book. Retrieved 7 May I liked this one better than the first and there was ksren lot of action and wonderful world-building.
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With vampire book reviews, information and author interviews. Her parents are not happy and they want her home pronto. Rowena, on the other hand seems like a ruthless and cunning person with her mariw agenda.
I said this already for Book 1 and I was hoping things would change in Book 2 and was almost optimistic they would, and then we’re back to flatness. That felt like a cheap trick to me. In her quest to find the book, she and Barrons look for other objects of power and she tries to decide who to trust and how to learn more about the strange world she has been thrust into.
View all 3 comments. It may just be because I was too busy inside the story to ponder anything. But then you just let our heroine get stolen by a vampire and punched by a werewolfshape-shifterFAE?!?! I like how she herself knows there are “two” Macs and she refers to booodfever both. To ask other readers questions about Bloodfeverplease sign up. I looked into what happens later in the series and none of it sounds very promising. But she constantly slides back to the Before Mac so much that you want to just slap some sense into her.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I won’t say though, but Mafie have told a certain someone who shares my katen.
The characters are incredibly complex and their development is amazing. Story line got really interesting and there were twists I wouldn’t bloodfeveg from Mac. View all 24 comments.
This series made – and still makes – me fall in love with reading. Mac is becoming more independent and grown up which is great. Too bad Moning didn’t go with it. Still my task is to review Bloodfever, so here it goes.