Adult, Book Reviews, Supernatural, Vampires and Other Creatures

Blood Instincts (Blood at First Sight, #2)

Blood Instincts by Marie Lavender40237583

Published by Solstice Shadows Publishing on May 30, 2018

Genres: Paranormal, Romance

Pages: 400

Her neck tingled and when she turned to look, she could almost sense a presence in the shadows.


Set in a future world, not too distant from our own, Blood Instincts is the sequel that will continue to give you chills, pushing you further on into the book.

Blood Instincts is the sequel to Blood at First Sight. Since it is a sequel, I won’t go into too much detail.

Myah is twenty-five and a headstrong woman. She has had her fair share of trials but before we find her in Blood Instincts, previous events ripped her out of her otherwise mundane life. She meets Oliver King, a vampire, who takes on immediate interest to her. However, for Myah it takes a bit longer to swing around to thinking of him like that. Blood Instincts focuses on Myah getting used to who she is and this world she has discovered.

If you are looking for a vampire series that isn’t as cliche as what runs on TV, check out Blood at First Sight. It is well paced that gives you just enough information at a time. Not to mention it breaks up with paranormal with steamy sections of romance. Definitely not for younger audiences.

I definitely recommend to those who love the paranormal and a bit of a chase in romance. The book was intriguing but I felt like I couldn’t connect to the characters fully, though I may be partially at fault there for being in a slump while reading. Nonetheless, it was an enjoyable read!

3/5 Stars.

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