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Blood Cure by K.A.Linde [arc review]

The perfect ending to a perfect paranormal trilogy! The conclusion was everything I hoped for and more. This will be worth a yearly reread for sure. Loved it!
Book Blurb:

The stunning conclusion to the Blood Type series finds the world in chaos and turmoil with one final battle left to determine who will survive—humans or vampires.

She had the world on her shoulders. Now she has nothing.

Reyna Carpenter was twenty-one when she became a live-in blood escort for the ruthless and darkly handsome vampire Beckham Anderson. She thought this was just a small price to pay for feeding her brothers back home.

But nothing went as planned. Not even her tumultuous relationship with Beckham. And now she wonders if anything will ever be the same again.

As she finds herself in the midst of a losing rebellion, she and her trusted friends must flee from a city conquered by the vampire elite. With their plans blown to pieces and everything they knew and loved gone, their future hangs in the balance.

Despite all she has lost, Reyna must rise from the ashes, reclaim the life that was stolen—and complete her mission, once and for all.

K. A. Linde’s addictive Blood Type novels are best enjoyed in order:
BLOOD TYPE | BLOOD MATCH | BLOOD CURE


4.5 Stars

Blood Cure starts exactly were the second book left off. Harrington has broken Beck's neck, and Reyna needs to run if she doesn't want to be next. My heart was broken together with Reyna's. K.A. Linde writes the story so well you will feel Reyna's heartache on your bones. 
That being said, his lost has also made her stronger. Gone is the slight naive girl from the very first book. She is strong, centered, and is determined to do all she can for their cause. She is determined to be the person Becks would have wanted her to be. With all the lives lost, and Reyna's unique blood, she finds herself the leader of the group that is left. 

Obviously (because no author would do that to their readers on a romance book) Becks is not dead. I won't give you all the particulars, but I will say that their reunion was wonderful. And we were not left waiting for too long, it came at the right time.
Their relationship was (after one little hurdle) the strongest and most meaningful of all books. It was nice to see Becks finally trusting her fully, finally opening up to her. And of-course, their relationship continued to be super passionate and hot to read.

The plot moved along nicely. There was plenty of action, suspense, intrigue. Some things you will see coming, others you won't. 

And the ending was perfect! Everything came together nicely, there were no lose ends. It was better than I could have hoped for. I cannot recommend this amazing paranormal romance enough!

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