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Bad Blood Thomas Creek Kubai Mata warrior stumbles upon a murder The girl was the major s estranged daughter masquerading as one of the vampires chosen servants And the sinister circumstances of her death fo

  • Title: Bad Blood
  • Author: Kristen Painter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Thomas Creek, Kubai Mata warrior, stumbles upon a murder The girl was the major s estranged daughter, masquerading as one of the vampires chosen servants And the sinister circumstances of her death force the mayor to accept the othernatural threat facing her city.Creek recruits Malkolm and Chrysabelle to help prepare her for the danger ahead, but Chrysabelle is desperatThomas Creek, Kubai Mata warrior, stumbles upon a murder The girl was the major s estranged daughter, masquerading as one of the vampires chosen servants And the sinister circumstances of her death force the mayor to accept the othernatural threat facing her city.Creek recruits Malkolm and Chrysabelle to help prepare her for the danger ahead, but Chrysabelle is desperate to find her brother Although to track him, she ll need to retrieve the ring of sorrows from the fae holding it ransom As they race to find the ring and protect the city, girls professing to be vampire servants are killed The night of Samhain is also approaching bringing with it the final melding of mortal and othernatural worlds Chrysabelle must have the ring, and its unexpected powers, as a new war is about to erupt.

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    1. Marijke Jansen on said:

      The reason I kept reading was the love story of Mal and Chryssabella,but otherwise there were many things I didn't like very much: 1: as much as I hated the out of the blue feelings for Creek, I was surprised he gave her up so easily. To my opinion, Chryssabella did not behave any different to both of them, but still Creek was sure "she'd made her choise." I didn't see it that clear. 2: there are too many POV! I would have liked a shift between Mal, Chryssabella and sometimes Doc or Fi better. I [...]

    2. Christi Snow on said:

      My Review:This is one of those reviewsere was nothing wrong with this book, but I was so disappointed with it because it didn't seem to move the story forward any in this Urban Fantasy series. I love Chrysabelle and Mal and have absolutely loved this series up to this point. And while this book kept my attention, I was just hoping for more. There is one single thing that really is new, but I saw it coming way early in the book so by the time it came around in the last line of the book, I really [...]

    3. Cat Russell(Addicted2Heroines) on said:

      Fantastic third installment in the House of Comarre series. Painter has created a dark and captivating world filled with a variety of supernatural characters that has me hooked. Chrysabelle is a comarre, bred to serve the needs of vampire nobility. Decorated in golden tattoos known as signum, her skin casts a faint glow and provides an enticing scent that vampires find irresistible.Malkolm is a cursed anathema, a noble vampire who was cast out of noble society. As one of the side effects of his [...]

    4. Step Into Fiction on said:

      To summarize, this series just keeps getting better and better. I cannot wait to see what else is to come. With how this book left off it has me tapping my fingers, sitting here waiting and waiting. My fingers may bleed. If you love fantasy, have a thing for vampires (that do not sparkle) and are looking for two characters that are so right for each other it hurts – pick up this series.Review originally posted at Step Into FictionReview completed by:Jessica

    5. Jodie on said:

      I couldn't believe it when i found this book on the shelf at my local bookstore (out nearly a month early) I loved it, I couldn't put it down can't wait for book 4.

    6. Ute on said:

      The third book in this series held everything the other two promised and more. I know, some reader did not enjoy the additional characters and storylines, but I did not think it was in any way disruptive to the main story.The relationship between the two main characters is further evolving , but not on an easy path. Chrysabelle is becoming a very strong female lead - sometimes even to the point I want to shake her and scream at her, that she should listen more to her friends. But I understand th [...]

    7. Ferdy on said:

      SpoilersThe third book in Kristen Painter's House of Comarre series.Chrysabelle, Mal, Doc and the gang are back… they all have their own storylines going on but they manage to intertwine with each other for the most part. Chrysabelle's still recovering from being savagely hurt in the last book but she's eager to get on with her mission to find out who her long lost brother is - I didn't fully get why she was so obsessed with finding him since they didn't even know each other. It just felt like [...]

    8. Sarah Literary Meanderings on said:

      ♥ Find my reviews on Blogger ~ Reviews by Bookish Sarah - - -*This review contains spoilers for both previously released House of Comarré books!*Bad Blood picks up very shortly after the events of Flesh and Blood. Chrysabelle is still recovering from having her signum stripped from her back by the awful Rennata (does anyone else want to cut this woman? Ugh). BUT - Chrysabelle, ever restless, is ready to venture out and have her signum redone in hopes of paying another visit to the Aurelian - [...]

    9. Patrícia on said:

      Opinião do blogue Chaise Longue: girlinchaiselongueA Casa das Comarré tem dividido os leitores no seu país de origem mas a verdade é que apesar de algumas desilusões já é um bestseller internacional. Obra mais conhecida de Kristen Painter, a série tem marcado pela diferença, sendo alvo de elogios de autoras bem conhecidas do género, entre elas Patricia Briggs, uma das preferidas dos portugueses pela sua Mercedes Thompson. Também a série de Painter tem coleccionado fãs por cá, estan [...]

    10. Shelley on said:

      *Rating* 3.5*Genre* Paranormal Romance*Review*As Bad Blood unfolds, Samhain is fast approaching and it appears that violent deaths are escalating as well as the sighting by mortals of othernatural creatures like shifters, vampires, and gargoyles. At the same time, several comarré wannabes, who work for Dominick, have been drained and left for dead. Could this be the devious workings of Tatiana?Painter introduces a new point of view to the series in Dolores Diaz-White (Lola) the human Mayor of P [...]

    11. Alexandra on said:

      With nothing to stop me, boy did I enjoy reading this book. It was interesting and I actually found it more interesting than the second book, 'Flesh and Blood'. All in all, Chrysabelle relationship with Creek is nil all in this book, compared to the second. With Creek out of the way, we beguine to discover, or more like she does, that Mel's feelings for her is real and not going to disappear. That's more than fine for me. I was, regrettably, a little annoyed with Chrysabelle behaviour with deali [...]

    12. Jessica (Step Into Fiction) on said:

      This series does NOT disappoint. However, it’s such a bummer that these books came out about a month a part and now we have to wait for the fourth book. The wait is going to be excruciating. But it will be worth it, if they’re as amazing as BLOOD RIGHTS, FLESH AND BLOOD and most recently, BAD BLOOD. Amazing books; I’m looking forward to more. (I may go insane from lack of Mal & Chrysabelle…)Let me start this review off by saying one thing I admire about Kristen Painter is she is neve [...]

    13. Jenny on said:

      MY THOUGHTSThe third installment in the House of Comarre series, Bad Blood continues to breathtakingly depict the range of shades between light and dark, walking us through denser and darker grays than we’ve experienced before but also ensuring that our eyes adjust quickly and easily with well placed moments of light between Mal and Chrysabelle that make the shadows feel far less menacing. There is always danger, always the potential for pain and suffering, and always the possibility that the [...]

    14. Amy Acosta on said:

      After the ultimate showdown in the Everglades on the last book, the witches haven't had enough. This time they're back for revenge, and they already have to unwilling minions to carry it out. Tatiana seems to have forgotten about the Ring of Sorrows, right now she just wants Chrysabelle's head on platter. Her evilness and cunningness are as always boring, and I ended up skimming all of her POVs. The witches were pretty silly too, I was always cheering the demon to get free of the stupid aquarium [...]

    15. Stacy on said:

      You can not start from BAD BLOOD if you have not read the rest of the series yet. Please do yourself a favor and grab book one BLOOD RIGHTS and Book two FLESH AND BLOOD before picking it up or you will be completely lost.For me BAD BLOOD started out really slow. About halfway through the book it picked up and became just as entrancing as books 1 and 2. One of my big issues with the book is all the POV's. There are so many it gets kind of frustrating having to be inside everyone's heads and getti [...]

    16. Carina on said:

      Book Three of the series slows down the pace a bit, it focuses less on the defending and fighting for ones life and is directed at Chrysabelle and how she needs to re-stitch her signum to her back so she can once more go to the Aurelian and ask about her estranged brother whom she is desperate to find. She decides (rather recklessly if you ask me) to use the Ring of Sorrows as this is the proper gold to use for stitching the signum. The book, although slower then the others, focuses on character [...]

    17. Christal on said:

      I liked this one much more than the second book. The switching POVs were better balanced and the story moved along at a much quicker pace. I'm still not 100% sure what Ms. Painter's endgame will be, but at least we made some headway with the Ring of Sorrows, the witches' curse on Doc, and the humans learning of the covenant.Mal and Chrysabelle make a lot of progress in this book and I am glad the love triangle looks to be over. I have always liked them together and they work great as a pair. It [...]

    18. Kara-karina on said:

      4.25/5Although better than book #2, book #3 is still very much running around in circles instead of moving ahead. The plot is excruciatingly slow. Tatiana rises in a chain of command and is pretty busy with her House, Malcolm and Chrysabelle are trying to get the Ring of Sorrows back from New Orleans before the Halloween, and Creek is busy with trying to control the paranormal events in Paradise City and minimise the damage in collaboration with the mayor. Doc Doc is messed up.The thing is, alth [...]

    19. RabidReader on said:

      After reading the second in this series, I was ready to walk away. Painter must have heard the voice of the reader, as she dispensed with the love triangle (Crystabelle, Mal and Creek). The story moved quickly, the action was very good and engaging. The writing was good. Only real compliants 1. The number of characters, each getting their moment in the spotlight. I fond myself almost perusing the other character plotlines (POVs) to stay with Mel and Crys. The Mayor's was interesting. I wonder if [...]

    20. Melissa on said:

      I am still on the fence with this series. I like parts of it but sometimes I just want to hit Chrysabelle to knock some sense into her. I think this is the first series where I cared more about the secondary charaters than I do the main characters. I would rather read more about Creek, Doc, Fi and Mortalis than Chrysabelle and Mal.I like the setting as it is in New Florida and since I live in Florida, it is interesting to see on what others think of Florida. We have enough strange people who liv [...]

    21. Cindyg on said:

      Damn I love this seriesMal and Chrysabelle are killing meey're both stubborn and bullheaded and they need each other. And I need them.There is so much going on in this book, it kept me on the edge of my seat and biting my nails. I couldn't wait to get to the end and then when I did I hated that I finished itdidn't want it to end.This book is full of tension, action and emotion. My heart goes out to Mal and Belle, Doc & Fi and Creek.There are new characters introduced and I can't wait to lear [...]

    22. Shana (ReadingVixen) on said:

      Oh, the cliffhanger is BLOWING me! And the little blurb for the next bookoh, how could you, Kristen Painter? How could you do that to me? Argh! I hate the waitingd waitingYou must write faster; NOW! :-) The House of Commare' series is to die for, and you need to speed up your writing. I'm freaking out! I have to know what happens with Doc and Fi, Chrysabelle, Malkolm and Damian, Tatiana, Daciana, Creek, Luke, John, the mayor, DominicOMGI can't take it; I'm about to POP!!! Listen folks, if you ha [...]

    23. Suz on said:

      Effective immediately I will be giving all books that end on cliff hanger endings, cliff hangers that are not clearly marked either on the cover or in the descriptions, one star ratings.Whether the book is any good or not is irrelevant, the author stole my time and my money based on the promise of a story they did not deliver.Hence, Bad Blood is a one star, suck ass cliff hanger whose series I will be tabling until it is over. If I still give a damn about the series when it's finished I may pick [...]

    24. It's Me - Yvette on said:

      I'm Loving This Series!Book 3 is fantastic! This just keeps getting more interesting. So many new othernaturals are about on halloween. Doc's life has taken a serious change and it may push Fi over the edge. Mal and his beast are also pushed to the edge in fear over Chrysabelle's choices. She is so deternined! I cannot wait for the next book. Wow!

    25. Maria on said:

      Mais uma vez gostei bastante deste livro, para mim o melhor dos 3 que já li da Saga "Casa das Comarré". Com todos os elementos que eu gosto, misturados com o sobrenatural, fiquei em pulgas para ler o próximo

    26. Ctanner on said:

      Too many points of view. Crysabelle was so annoying and childish through most of this book.

    27. Kathy Davie on said:

      Third in the House of Comarré urban fantasy series revolving around Chrysabelle LaPointe and Mal set in an alternate Florida.My TakeWhoaere is a lot going on in this installment. The baby. The outing of the othernaturals to the city powers. What we learn in New Orleans. Chrysabelle's ordeals and the problems that crop up between her and Mal. Oh man, I did enjoy Mal's response to the mayor. She did ask for it. She has no right to complain if she gets what she requests.It was just too easy with t [...]

    28. Tamara Hawthorn on said:

      Kristen definitely redeemed herself with this book. The character development shifted back on track and the supernatural mysteries kept you wanting to stay up late to finish a few more chapters!

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