Blood Lust by Jill Cooper
Blood Lust Publication Date: March 29, 2016 Genres: Contemporary, Urban Fantasy
Purchase: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | KoboIf you love the Winchester Brothers, then you’re going to love The Blood Sisters. Hunting demons and saving people is what they do, but that earns them dangerous enemies. Demons are after the Blood sisters to collect a massive bounty and that’s when things get personal. Jessica’s sister, Amanda – the passive healer – is kidnapped. Now Jessica will go to the ends of the Earth to find her sister before the demons use pure blood to open the gates of hell. Manic at the idea of her sister being destroyed, Jessica has no choice but to team up with bad boy demon hunter Duncan Jasper and his rag tag gang of bikers to stay alive. For Jessica the only thing tougher than fighting demons is fighting her attraction to Duncan. But with demons charging from the front, the underworld gunning from behind, and with a spy in their mist, Jessica’s fight for survival is just beginning.
About Jill Cooper
I could write this in the third person. I could tell you what I like, where I was born, and what my favorite things are.But instead, I’ll say I don’t want to write like everyone else. I don’t want to craft stories you’ve read a thousand times before. I want my novels to be a cinematic experience, blending themes, genres, and situations unlike any you’ve ever read. I want to break the rules. I want you to break out in a cold sweat as you read my books out of fear, love, and excitement. I want my books to be an experience. When you finish, I want you to feel something. Good or bad. If you do, then I’ll have succeeded. If not, I’ll keep trying.
Website | Twitter | Facebook | Pinterest | Newsletter
Two sisters, one a fighter, the other a healer. The Blood sisters take down demons. Called to a small town, they face a horde who are using drugs to possess people. Jessica is pretty bad ass, she is no nonsense and will do anything to protect her sister. Amanda is an empath and healer and seems a little naive, but she cares about people and wants to help. There are obvious comparisons to Supernatural, but it's good to see a female version. Plenty of action and a good storyline. Very enjoyable.
Comments are closed.
About the Author:
S. K. Gregory is an author, editor and blogger. She currently resides in Northern Ireland.
“Description begins in the writer’s imagination, but should finish in the reader’s.”