Review: Blood Debts (The Blood Series #3) by Alianne Donnelly

June 12, 2013 Review 0

Review: Blood Debts (The Blood Series #3) by Alianne Donnelly

Some things a woman can never prepare for. Like being locked inside her own home with a maniac who insists that she inject him with a highly unstable virus and help him liberate a planet. Oh, but Amelia’s not a hostage, she’s an employee. Bad enough he’s so eager to die, but he keeps asking for far more than her doctor-patient responsibilities. And the longer Amelia spends with him, the more reasonable it all seems. The trouble comes when reason starts to fail her.

All Gabriel has left to lose is his life, which he will gladly give up if he can take his enemies down with him. To do that, he’ll need an advantage only Dr. Chase can provide–if she agrees. With the face of an angel and the devil’s hand on her shoulder, every rumor about the female has turned out to be true, and Gabriel soon finds there is something he desires even more than his long overdue revenge. But the wheels have already been set in motion and there may be far more at stake than Gabriel ever realized.

Title: Blood Debts
Author: Alianne Donnelly
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Blood Moons, Blood Trails, Blood Hunt
Series: The Blood Series
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Blood Moons, Blood Trails
Published by Liquid Silver Books
Source: Author
Published: September 10, 2012
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 300
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-flames

Amelia is tired and mentally drained. She has just finished with the Hailey wants to play scientific doctor nightmare. She watched her sister die several times while she hoped they got the final serum balanced enough to her live another day. Amelia is exhausted. The last thing she expects to come home to is some crazed man who is so blinded by his death wish that he believes he is actually employing her for her services.

The suicidal lunatic employer, also known as Gabriel is at the end of his rope. He feels he no longer has any other options left. He put himself in his current dire state, but now he feels the need to change the status quo for some very honorable reasons and he is will to do some unethical things to see this through. This is how Gabriel finds himself with Amelia and his subterfuge of employment. He never could have imagined that he would take Amelia into the bowels of the hell that he had only temporarily dragged himself out of. Gabriel soon finds that Amelia is far more important that his revenge.

The books that I get to rave about for this reason are few and far between. I love a well played villain. I want the to read a ruthless, twisted, sick freak for a villain. Villains should incite fear. I want the hero and heroine to have an opponent to fight with that makes the end happily ever after result something that they truly had to fight for. The villain in the pages of Blood Debt is one sick person, the reasons behind everything that has been done are shockers, this is one master manipulator and I think a new favorite villain has just moved to my list of most memorable ones.

There are just so many amazing aspects of Blood Debts. I loved Gabriel. He is a very noble hero even though he never saw himself that way. Amelia is a woman that has left me with just meh feeling up to this point in The Blood Series. I really liked her here. She was witty and independent, she never seemed self righteous as she had before. She became human in her own book. The setting that Gabriel and Amelia shifted to at about halfway through the book totally wowed me. Gabriel has spoke of it to Amelia, but until the moment they are physically there its just not the same. Now the number one reason to run and buy this book is that there is a sexy big cat gladiator hero that you just have to read to figure out how that works.

Alianne Donnelly


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