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An Aya Hikansu Review


By: Richelle Mead

Five Stars

Bloodlines is a exemplary book for anyone who enjoys a good supernatural romance novel. It’s got a few unexpected events played into the storyline, but that’s what makes it so entertaining. When I began reading it, like with most books I read, I just could not put it down.

It’s set in the eyes of a main female character named Sydney, who is part of an organization that is in charge of keeping the vampire world a secret from humans. The organization also has to help keep vampire affairs in order, to keep them under wraps. They only interact with one of the two different kinds of vampires set in this series. There are Moroi, which look more human and are typically more accustomed to sunlight, unlike their counterparts the Strigoi, who will attack anyone if they are hungry enough…

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