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That girl is still inside her battling with the new Mac she is becoming. They are amazing and probably the best scenes in the series so far. If the cars hadn’t been there, O’Bannion’s brother wouldn’t have had a reason to grill Mac and be suspicious of the book store though. Yet here you are, policing Ireland. High Voltage Karen Marie Moning. Actually I could easily downgrade Darkfever to a 2. Mac is becoming bloodfevver independent and grown up wh Ok ok… I’m starting to get it.


She refuses to take the easy way out and be ordered around blindly for each one’s “higher” purpose. She’s developing a set of wonderfully lethal skills and a hard shell.

She’s still very selfish and immature in this book and it’s hard to take her seriously. Oh no you don’t!


I have to say that one aspect of the karem disappointed me. You need to start answering some of the hard questions, jackass. Unfortunately, I’ll have to pause for a bit before reading the rest of the series. But so far, so good. Brilliant writing I tell you! Too bad Moning didn’t go with it.

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She is still living in Barron’s house. I’d like for the reveal of Barrons to play out naturally as the author intended. Finally, I love how Mac just does what it takes in order to survive.

Mac has come a long way in a short time. Dreamy eyes, long dark lashes. The second installment of Bloodfever is intense, powerful, dramatic and clever. I seriously was never into Hocus Pocus and Gobbeldygook but this book just pulls me in with its, faries, boogeymen, monsters…. Except, I probably wouldn’t mind being chained up by him.

Karen Marie Moning has done a brilliant job of weaving an intricate, enticing story that is getting better and more convoluted with every installment. I’m starting to feel bad for Mac, though. It’s a strange new world out there and the rules have changed: Manipulation is in his nature, he does not play fair and is extremely sly.

We got no real answers in this one, especially from Barrons. She wanes back and forth over wanting to save all of humanity or only caring about herself and her family.

When my sister was found dead in a trash-filled alley in Dublin, I came over to get answers. Never forget she has not only lost her sister but every certainty about pretty much everything since she came to Dublin and somehow she hasn’ Second Re-read: I am planning to get my hands on Faefever very soon.


There was more world-building in this one than action. I am so totally crazy about Mac.

Like she herself says, she is no one’s puppet, which cannot be said for many heroes or heroines in fantasy novels. Why does Barrons have chains readily available in his basement???? The Vampire Ninja PS: The books have been optioned twice for potential franchise development by Twentieth Century Fox and DreamWorks Studios, but the rights are currently held by Moning who has expressed a desire to one day see it as a television series.

Then we have Jerrico Barrons. Ive discovered why Gloodfever been sucked into this series. I’m either going to kill Barrons sooner or later, or do very, very, very naughty things to him. And Barrons is, in my opinion, one of the best male characters ever written in the genre.