Bloodfever: Fever Series Book 2 [Karen Marie Moning] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER I used to be. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER I used to be your average, everyday girl but all that changed one night in Dublin when I saw my first Fae, and got dragged into. Bloodfever is the second part of the Fever urban fantasy series by Karen Marie Moning. It starts immediately after the end of Darkfever and it makes virtually no.
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Accepting her gift as a sidhe-seer, she has grown into a stronger, more mature and determined young woman who can stand her ground.
I’m beginning to think that no character is exclusively “good” or “bad” – I’m starting to believe that everyone’s motives exist in a shade of grey. I can’t call it a romance You can find this review and more at The Readers Den. This book introduced some great new characters and expanded some characters that were barely introduced in Darkfever. We got no real answers in this one, especially from Barrons.
I’ll warn you now that when i start to think about Jericho, my mind goes into a mixed state of paranoia and reckless abandon. New thoughts after reread: She goes to meet them aaaaand… nothing happens. Around the halfway point the plot picks up and it gets a little more interesting. The only vices are sometimes lengthy descriptions concerning well known facts that have not much to do with the Fever’s universe.
And if so, I feel kind of bad about giving a low rating because of my own misaligned expectations. View all 10 comments. They’re both insanely gorgeous, immortal, want a lowly human woman who has unique powers, and view humans as tools to further their goals.
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There was even an epic episode of Community where Abed and Troy start a giant hot lava game at the school for Troy’s last day. Mac discovers she is not the joning sidhe seer and tries to link up with them but their Mistress, Rowena, who Mac first met in Darkfever, is not prepared to have her join the group unless she agrees to obey her. She is recovering from the ordeal she experienced at the end of the previous book and at the same time has to face the aftermath of her actions – Inspector O’Daffy is getting very interested in finding out more about the Dark Zone and why Mac is not going back home; Malluce’s death is still uncertain; Rocky O’Bannion’s brother, Derek, surfaces to poke around in Mac’s business; bloodfver finally, a mysterious specter keeps following MacKayla around giving her creeps She goes on and on about how she’s isn’t a dumb kid jaren and she knows more moninf than she did just weeks ago, but really she doesn’t.
When Mac traveled to Ireland to solve the mystery of her sister’s brutal murder, she wasn’t expecting a book to be responsible of the end of the world.
All in all it’s a great read and actually an improvement on the first part, for which I’m adding another half star. But dear god, I cannot stand it.
Now the walls between the two are coming down, and Mac is the only thing that stands between them. We weren’t on the best of terms at first. I simply LOVE these two. Archived from the original on 29 June And I appreciate it. Not as completely horrific as the first one.
Bloodfever (Fever #2) by Karen Marie Moning (2 star ratings)
The second part of the Fever series starts immediately after the end of Darkfever and it makes virtually no sense not to read the books in order. Karen Moning came up with a complex mythology and discovering her world along Mac proves to be rewarding. So it was like reading it for the first time. Okay okay you win, I’ll stop right there.
It may sound like a pretty boring story acionwise, but believe me, there are many things happening along the way up to the gloodfever climax.
This series seems to be way more story-driven than romance or character driven. It seems everyone wants Mac on their side, but she’s learning her lesson about attracting attention Where to begin with the disappointment?
View all 3 comments. On a good note, despite the lack of character depth I did find myself relating to Mac. About Karen Marie Moning.
The feminist in me actually wanted to watch this book burn the tattoo part, HELL NO but my other self who don’t reall. She continually ends up blokdfever to calm the males down by being meek and submissive around them.
Oh and what she says at the begging karn Darkfever, about books and reading, yep yep. But he was Barrons and I was Mac, and a blossoming of lust was about as likely as orchids blooming in Antartica.