Blood Curse (Dragon Heat #5) by Ella J. Phoenix

BloodCurseDescendant of a Cherokee shaman, Dyam is one of the vampire king’s personal guards and closest advisers. He has seen the worst of mankind and has vouched to stay away from personal entanglements and focus on serving his king. His resolve is shaken when Naiah, the water witch, finds her way into the busy vampire castle’s life and straight into his heart. But before he can nurture his feelings for her, she is killed in battle, causing Dyam to return to his self-imposed seclusion for good.
Little does he know that Naiah has been brought back to life by his kind’s most infamous enemies. She is their ultimate weapon in a final battle that will rupture not only the balance of the supernatural world, but Dyam’s loyalty to his race.

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1I finished Blood Curse about a week ago… would you believe me if I told you I’m still trying to wrap my head around everything that happened?

To say that a lot happened in Blood Curse would be an understatement. The story opened with the birth of Zoe, the daughter of Tardieh and Zoricha. As happy as that moment is for the king, his queen and their friends, it also casts a shadow over them all because of the curse that is predicted from her birth. Through a crazy turn of events it all connects back to Naiah and Dyam.

Zoricha’s return should have been a time to rejoice and some people do, but it also brings about fear and a danger that no one expected. Not to mention the tension that it causes between all the characters.

This installment of the Dragon Heat series was packed with emotion. Some expected and some not so much. There were more than a few secrets revealed. Some really heated moments and… yeah, I really can’t say a lot more because I don’t want to give too much away.

As happy as I was for Naiah and Dyam, I was heartbroken for other characters. Yes, tears were shed and I’m not entirely sure I’ve actually forgiven the author for how things ended. *glares at evil author* – especially since this is not just a cliff hanger at the end of a book, but the end of the Dragon Heat series. Since there’s a possibility that she may redeem herself with the next series, I’ll cut her a little bit of slack. 😉

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