Monday, July 13, 2015

Review: Pure Blooded (Jessica McClain, #5)

Pure Blooded (Jessica McClain, #5)Pure Blooded by Amanda Carlson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Poor Jessica never gets a break. She goes from one major issue to another when all I want is for her to have a moment to spend smooching on Rourke. This book is (again) tons and tons of action. It almost read like two books mashed into one. At about 50% I was sure my kindle was lying to me when *BAM* there was a whole other big bad to worry about.

Remember the issue her father was trying to deal with in the last book? Well we get to deal with it in this one. The gang all travels (or tries to) down to the swamp to try to help her father with his rogue pack issues. Really, the big bad in this book didn't matter as much as the loyal pack that Jessica is rapidly building. In each book, the characters all get closer and closer together. I guess each time you end up saving each other in a fight to the death has a way of binding you tighter. By the end of this book, you can really see the loyalty and love between all the characters.

The focus of this book was a little witchy, minus the missing witch. Marcy really grew into her own along the way (when did that happen?) and this storyline easily leads into what will no doubt be the focus of the next installment. I definitely liked this one significantly more than the last book in the series, which was probably due to the return of her "crew." The characters are truly worth sticking around for.

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