Series: Blood Destiny

Author: Connie Suttle

Blood Sense (2011)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 5
Hmmm, with all the extra exiting abilities and heroics, Lissa is still a doormat, treated with total disregard and disrespect (despite being so unique and special) by almost everyone and what is it with everyone either grumbling or being grumpy? With few exceptions, none of the primary characters...
Blood Politics (2000)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 2
Mack is finally growing into a reluctant leader and finally hooks up with Corrigan. Yay! But doesn't explore her Draco-wyr form. Boo! We get to meet the Big-Bad-Ugly of the series and in the end Mack has to choose between her budding romance and saving the world. I have to say though, Corrigan is...
Bloodrage (2000)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 2
In this installment, Mack agrees to train with the mages with the promise that the mages will lift their status spell from Mrs. Alcoon.I was really disappointed in this one. It's slow and exceedingly nonsensical. Mack and Corrigan were on good terms when last we saw them in Bloodmagic. So when Co...
Blood Wager (2011)
4.02 of 5 Votes: 4
Decent read from the Amazon cheap shelf. Starts out pretty hokey. I almost gave up after the first few chapters but luckily I had nothing else to read at the moment. The main character gets more engaging and likable and some decent supporting characters are introduced. The world is interesting an...
Bloodmagic (2000)
4.06 of 5 Votes: 3
Book one left me wanting to eat greedily this series.Book two not so all just fell flat for me.I did not like the main heroine, Mackenzie. Mack (under the cover of a new name Jane Smith [very original] is still hiding from the Lord Alpha. She is making new friends:Ms Alcoon and the see...
Bloodfire (2012)
4.02 of 5 Votes: 5
3.5 really. It would have been a 4, but the idea that Mack could kick the ass of shapeshifters and had fire in her blood, yet they all kept going on about how 'human' she was, was a little stupid and irritating to me. She also made some pretty stupid, immature decisions, which again were irritati...