Review: Blood Avenged (Sons Of Navarus #1) by Gabrielle Bisset
Ancient vampire Vasilije ends up in New Orleans after pissing off an old rival. As part of her revenge, Tatiana makes a deal with Sasa, an empath, to get close to him. The only problem is, as Sasa gets to know Vasilije, she finds he isn't at all the monster Tatiana made him out to be. In fact, Tatiana is pretty monstrous herself. Sasa has to sort it all out before Tatiana has her revenge. Can she make the necessary sacrifice to save Vasilije? Blood Avenged is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
March 16, 2012
Giveaway: Gabrielle Bisset chats about vampire civil war & the perils of being a Son of Navarus
I always said I wouldn't write a vampire romance until I had a different take on the idea. I've read all big vampire romances, loving most of them (hello Black Dagger Brotherhood men), and while they are wonderful page turners, I didn't want to begin any story that smacked of anything similar. So for a long time, the vampire romance idea sat on the back burner.
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