Blood of the City by Adrik Kemp

Adrik Kemp - Blood of the City CoverTitle: Blood of the City

Series: Sequel to Blood of the Land. 

Author: Adrik Kemp

Genre: Cowboys and Western, Erotic Romance, Historical, Vampires

Length: Novella (87 pages)

Publisher: Pride Publishing (August 2, 2016)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts

Blurb: After a century apart, Mack and Jason rediscover their love and lust, but will trying to fit into a modern world keep them together or tear them apart?

When vampire lovers Mack and Jason are reunited after decades apart, they think of nothing but each other’s company. But over time, Mack’s old-world views conflict with Jason’s liberated life, and it throws them into a spiral of confused despair. When Mack seeks solace in the arms of another and Jason’s ex-lover Greg is murdered, their relationship breaks down and Mack flees.

While in solitude, Mack is handed the surprise opportunity to rekindle a relationship with his returned, now-vampire father, Allen. They return to Sydney to introduce him to Jason, but Jason has already sought revenge on Mack’s lover and committed an atrocity of his own. Fractured so soon after their reunion, the three of them travel back to where it all began, in the country town of Wattlebrook.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of violence and death. 

Publisher’s Note: This book is a stand alone title but is best read as a sequal to Blood of the Land.

ISBN: 978-1-78651-449-3

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Reviewer: Shorty 

Review: I was glad that things left unanswered in the first book were resolved in this one. I liked the details regarding the history as it fascinated me. As per the first book this one was bloody but I figured that after reading book one.

Though I understood immortal vampires living hundreds of years and getting bored I did not understand why Mack and Jason intentionally hurt one another at times. It seemed as though they did not want to be together one moment then the next things were fine. Maybe they should talk more instead of arguing.

All in all it was a good sequel.