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    A worthy second installment!

    Wow! This is a great second installment to this series. I cannot wait until it’s finished. The connection between Reyna and Beckham is definitely amazing. You can tell that they are meant to be together. I also love the addition of the new characters! The book was a little slow to start out and it took me a bit to get into it but once I did take off, I couldn’t stop reading. I love the twists and turns this book has and will leave you guessing by the end. Definitely a worthy PNR story.
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    Enjoyable second installment in the series

    This was good read. I didn't like this book quite as much as the first book but I still found it to be quite enjoyable. This is the second book in the Blood Type series which is a series that really needs to be read in order since the three books come together to tell a single story. This book does end in a cliffhanger like the first book from the series did. I don't usually care for cliffhangers but I knew going into this book that the story would be continued in the next book which would be coming out pretty quickly. I really did enjoy this second chapter in Reyna and Beckham's story. There may be spoilers from the first book in this review. The first book in the series, Blood Type, left Reyna in a pretty desperate situation. I have been eager to see what would happen next ever since finishing that story so I decided to jump into this book to see how things would work out. Life with Harrington is nothing like the life she had with Beckham. She spends her time giving blood and is fairly miserable. There is quite a bit of action and excitement in the book with more than a few surprises worked into the story. The mysterious Elle organization plays a much larger role in this book with Reyna spending a lot of time with them. There is a pretty large cast of characters that all add to the story. Reyna and Beckham are still the stars of the book. I love how much both of their characters have developed since the start of the series and how well they fit with each other. I would recommend this series to others. I think it is a very well done and original vampire romance with a nice dose of heat. I cannot wait to read more from K.A. Linde soon.
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    Game....set....MATCH....

    Life is certainly not going as Reyna planned. As a blood donor, Reyna thought her task would be the escape from poverty her family needed. Then Beckham walked into her life. To say that things became unpredictable would be an understatement. Who ever imagined having feelings for their vampire host? A string of ‘not so great’ decisions has led Reyna to a place of danger. An unpredictable state that seems to only get worse as the days drag on. As Reyna deals with life in her ‘new’ surroundings, things begin to seem more bleak than ever before. The one thing that keeps Reyna’s determination flowing is the thought that Beck’s is out there somewhere. How can Reyna find her way through the hardships she is facing? Can this really be the way living as a Blood Match turns out? What an interesting turn of events…..when we left Reyna in the last book it seemed that a difficult road was up ahead. As time passed, we see exactly what is in store for Reyna as a blood match. There is more to meet the eye in this world of vampires, blood donors, and the underground fighters. Beckham and Reyna fight everything standing in their way, but will their different paths in life lead them further apart? Blood Match will answer more of your questions and leave you searching for the truth. Another shocking ending sets the scene for the third book. Get ready for the ‘bite’…..
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    What is this author doing to me?

    wow what a great second book! I love reyna and Beckham so much and just need more of them like now! this is the second book in a series. I'm ready to devour book 3 right now!
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    Dark and gritty 2nd book

    I was beyond thrilled when I saw that Blood Match was up for review on NetGalley. I had loved Blood Type and was waiting for Blood Match to come out. I had hyped this book up in my head. I am glad that it lived up to my internal hype because I would have been mad if it wasn’t good. Let me clarify, mad at myself. I try not to let myself get all hyped up over books. But in this case, because Blood Type was so good, I let myself do it. Blood Match starts off 56 days after the ending events of Blood Type. Reyna has been kidnapped by William Harrington, the president and CEO of Visage. Reyna was kidnapped because of her very rare blood type, RH null negative. Harrington needed Reyna for her blood but he wasn’t above torturing her when she wouldn’t comply. One of those times, he left her alone with a deranged vampire that he called B. Reyna is soon broken out of Visage by Elle. Reyna soon learns that not everything is what it seemed. That enemies can be allies and allies can be terrible enemies. Can she overthrow Visage with the help of her friends or will she be forced to watch people that she loved die? Blood Match was as dark and gritty as Blood Type. There was an undercurrent of violence that ran throughout the book. That is what made the book so good. You never knew when violence was going to explode. What I also liked, and what made this book dark, was that the “good guys” weren’t necessarily good guys. The author had those characters walk a thin line between good and evil. I loved it!! The sex in this book was great. But, what I liked was that there wasn’t a ton of it. But, when Reyna and Beckham did bump uglies, it was explosive. Even Reyna’s dream sex was amazing!!! The plotlines in Blood Match were not resolved. If anything, more depth was added to them. I cannot wait to read book 3 to see how this story ends. The end of the book was insane. I didn’t expect what happened to happen. And it ended with a small cliffhanger. I was mentally yelling “NO” when I read it. I rated Blood Match with a 4-star rating. Why did I do that? I liked the plotline. I liked the characters. The sex scenes were hot. Now, with the good, there is the bad. There were parts of the book that I didn’t like. I didn’t like William Harrington. I didn’t like what Visage was doing behind the scenes. I didn’t like the cliffhanger (as small as it was).
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