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New Order Bo Blackman is not adjusting to her new life as a fledgling vampire particularly well Drinking blood sickens her and despite her new enhanced physical skills and the attention she s receiving from Lo

  • Title: New Order
  • Author: Helen Harper
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Bo Blackman is not adjusting to her new life as a fledgling vampire particularly well Drinking blood sickens her and, despite her new enhanced physical skills and the attention she s receiving from Lord Montserrat, she s desperate to find a cure When her illegal search takes her to the door of Fingertips and Frolics, a small family run magic shop, she becomes embroiled iBo Blackman is not adjusting to her new life as a fledgling vampire particularly well Drinking blood sickens her and, despite her new enhanced physical skills and the attention she s receiving from Lord Montserrat, she s desperate to find a cure When her illegal search takes her to the door of Fingertips and Frolics, a small family run magic shop, she becomes embroiled in a dangerous game of tit for tat with murderous consequences To complicate matters further, she s forced to also take on a case of apparent kidnapping But with no ransom demand and a client she despises, it may be of a struggle to solve than she realises.

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    1. chucklesthescot on said:

      Don't read this review unless you have read book one 'Dire Straits' or aren't planning to read the series! The whole review centres around how the last book finished so it will spoil book one for you if you read any further. You have been warned!Bo is not coping well at being turned into a vampire to save her life, and everyone rallies to try and help her. Michael wants her to run a liason office for House vampires who need help with problems, giving Bo a bit of freedom from being stuck at the H [...]

    2. Whitney (Shooting Stars Reviews) on said:

      Reviewed by Whitney@Shooting Stars ReviewsNew Order begins with Bo trying her best to deal with becoming a vampire. She's not exactly taking it so well. Not only is she having weird hallucinations, but she also is tired of being confined to the Family house until she can go out in daylight. When life becomes too much for her she does her best to get out. But Bo has some other problems to deal with as well. This book was really good. I loved seeing how being a vampire didn't completely change Bo. [...]

    3. LIA on said:

      The review will be short as I am impatient to get into the next number. 1. The case in this stories is either so ordinary or so plain. 2. Bo too focus to herself about being a vampire, she doesn't accept and doesn't satisfied with current situation, why don't move on?? 3. According to point number two, it lead to the her relationship with Michael. Nothing happen, no improvement, full with bullshit to herself, and it pissed me off so much, I wanna slap Bo so she had a consciousness over her own f [...]

    4. Steph on said:

      Bo was a tad bit frustrating in the beginning, but it was understandable considering how things went in DIRE STRAITS. I'm really enjoying this series and looking forward to more. I do enjoy Ms. Harper's writing.

    5. Tami (synchro from BL) on said:

      Still not sure what's so special about Bo. She seems quite stupid and immature to me. It was an ok read. But I was missing heat and a kick-ass heroine.

    6. Arlene on said:

      I loved the books, I love the reader Some times I wonder if Beau is going to ever get realistic, and think and plan But I love the story line anyways :)

    7. TP on said:

      Well this series started out good.Although there were a lot of parallels to the "highland magic" series which i read first. Female investigators like Veronica Mars in a magical world. A feisty young female character, who thinks she is the rescuer of the world. Sadly both were too Stubborn, too independent and lying constantly by omission or not so apparently good reasons. The author did not manage to write a constantly engaging story in both series. The concept wasn't bad and it is a good woven [...]

    8. Relina Skye on said:

      "New Order" is the second novel in Helen Harper's "Bo Blackman" series. Bo has a hard time accepting that she is now a vampire. Her freedom is limited, and she has to drink blood directly from a human in order to survive. Unwilling to accept her destiny, she does everything in her power to find a cure for being a vampire. She's even willing to leave the safety of her Family to do so. Thrown into another round of PI work, Bo continues to rely on O'Shea and Rogu3 to help her out while keeping Mich [...]

    9. Celeste on said:

      In my opinion, either Bo needs to build a bridge and get over it, or she needs to drown, either way the whining needs to stop. I'm surprised that Bo and Micheal's 'relationship' is so patently unbelievable. It's obvious the author is trying to push them together as a couple, and from Helen Harper's other series' I know she's capable of writing relationships I can wholly get behind. But this is just not working. Maybe it's because Bo is such a bitch?

    10. Leanne Crabtree on said:

      It's been about 2 years since i read the first book and this has been on my to-read list since so when i was given a 2 month kindle unlimited subscription for nothing--Thanks --i had to get this. Only I'd forgotten pretty much everything that had gone on.I am very intrigued by the Bo and Michael relationship progression and the Midici issue so i am sure I'll be reading the rest of the series soon.

    11. Mary Hartshorn on said:

      I really liked the first book and just had to read the next installment. As much as I like this series, there are really just some times I want to reach in and smack Bo. Great series either way since I just could not put it down.

    12. Gemma Mapps on said:

      Great 5starsAnother amazing book, can't wait for the Next. I love Bo`s adventures I think she's an amazing vampire even if she doesn't. Much love to Helen

    13. Josephine on said:

      Bo kept annoying me at time, she is too indecisive. It was an okay story line.

    14. Jay Collins on said:

      2.5 Stars, the series is getting better with this book and I will continue reading them.Almost 3 stars

    15. Ashley on said:

      I wasn't as into this one as I was the first. I guess I didn't like the mystery as much. I'll read the next one though, because it was still interesting

    16. Charlie on said:

      Enjoying it enough to continue on with the series, since it is in the library. I really enjoyed her other series more than the BO series but again it is only book two and things can change.

    17. Vicki on said:

      Love the hero's jealousy of the lawyerRomance is minimal in this series

    18. Elusive on said:

      This wasn't half as good as the first book was. A real disappointment.

    19. Intforms on said:

      I was going to give 5 star but i don't like end so i am going to give 4 star

    20. Sandradine on said:

      Niiice! The series is coming together into a nice rhythm that makes it a thoroughly enjoyable read for the urban fantasy fan that I am.

    21. Mike Finn on said:

      "New Order", the second book of the Bo Blackman series, is a fresh and as much fun to read as "Dire Straits" was.Bo hates being a vampire. The idea of drinking blood revolts her. The fact that she was turned against her will makes her angry. The fact that there was a good reason for turning her just makes her angrier still. Despite being told, many times by many people, that there is no cure for vampirism, she sets off to find one and gets into a great deal of trouble during her search.I love Bo [...]

    22. Vannessa on said:

      Loved this second book in this series. Bo Blackman is our reluctant vampire heroine and is now determined to find a cure for her vampirism after the events in the first book made her drink blood and turned her, despite holding out as long as she could to become sanguine. Bo manages to leave the Montserrat vampire family and is trying to strike out on her own, but soon realises that it is not going to be as easy as she thought. Yes, she has her freedom, but she has also lost her home, her vehicle [...]

    23. Gnome Claire *Wishes she was as cool as Gnome Ann* on said:

      I did enjoy this book but not as much as the previous book. Bo really annoyed me in places, Bo spent a lot of the time feeling sorry for herself and hating that she was a vampire- complaining about how there are no benefits to being a vampire but the alternative for her is being dead (because she got so injured at the end of the last book), it's also not really explained why she hates being a vampire so much. She also seemed so determined to run off and not get anyone else's help and kept just r [...]

    24. Jovdb on said:

      Second in the series.Bo is still not happy with her life as a new vampire. She is irritating to live with, and to read about. She leaves the Montserrat mansion and goes off on her own to investigate a missing person. While "out" she still searches for a cure, a way back from her vampire state. She wants out from Michael's influence, yet she keeps going back to the home.We learn a little more about her grandfather and his skills.As usual, there is more than just the simple missing woman case goin [...]

    25. Sandra on said:

      I do enjoy Helen Harper's writing. Bo Blackman is back, as a fledgling vamp in the Montserrat house. She isn't happy. No one is happy because she is angry, snapping at everyone, and she doesn't like blood.Once she is outside the Montserrat House system, she does quite a lot of stupid things, quite unlike the first book. Otherwise I would probably have given this one 5 stars.Still, I liked the overall plot arc and the idea that whatever we are, humans, white witches, vamps, black witches, neo-dru [...]

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