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The stunning conclusion to the Blood Type series finds the world in chaos and turmoil with one final battle left to determine who will survive—humans or vampires.
She had the world on her shoulders. Now she has nothing.
Reyna Carpenter was twenty-one when she became a live-in blood escort for the ruthless and darkly handsome vampire Beckham Anderson. She thought this was just a small price to pay for feeding her brothers back home.
But nothing went as planned. Not even her tumultuous relationship with Beckham. And now she wonders if anything will ever be the same again.
As she finds herself in the midst of a losing rebellion, she and her trusted friends must flee from a city conquered by the vampire elite. With their plans blown to pieces and everything they knew and loved gone, their future hangs in the balance.
Despite all she has lost, Reyna must rise from the ashes, reclaim the life that was stolen—and complete her mission, once and for all.
Life for Reyna is nothing like one would have planned. A constant struggle to overcome the circumstances that have shaped her life in regards to the world of Visage. Even at her lowest point, Reyna possesses a strength that will catapult her through the moments of indecision. With a plan in place, Reyna and her friends try to put matters into place to change the future for their world.
In the final installment of the Blood Type series by author KA Linde, fans of the series will finally uncover the fate of Reyna and those that have encircled her throughout the series. There are plans in place that will unfold throughout the book. A task one might say that leads the rebellion on a course that sets the tone for this novel.
While I enjoyed the Blood Type series, I found Blood Cure very predictable. There are many times throughout the story that the author seems to want to throw you a curveball to create a bit of mystery and intrigue. For me personally – these ‘surprises’ weren’t really a surprise at all. If you pay attention to the plot at all, you can unravel most of the events and happenings that are to come with the conclusion of the series.
All in all, Blood Cure was an ‘okay’ finale to the series. However – I would have loved to see more intrigue mixed into the plot. This book was far too predictable for a final in a series.