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    Blood Bank

    I have been a vampire watcher since I was a teenager and Dark Shadows hit the TV. Since that time I have read countless books on the subject and enjoyed other current TV offerings. So.. I can say with fang-objectivity that Blood Type is an original tasty drink. Lowly but independent Reyna sees no other option but to offer herself as a blood donor for a monetary return. But of course new rules to the game are not revealed until there is no turning back. Instead of a temporary assignment all placements are permanent. Beckham is a dark dangerous and rich vampire who takes possession of Reyna. Much action and politics lend itself in Blood Type. Linde leaves her amazing characters on a cliff hanger but with the high caliper of this novel stars are not deducted. A copy of this book was supplied byRandom House Publishing Group - Loveswept via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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    Not your average vampire story!

    I really had a good time with this book. It is no secret that I love a good vampire story so this book got my attention right away. I thought that this vampire world sounded just different enough to be really interesting and I knew that I would have to make reading it a priority. I was pulled into the story right away and found myself trying to read every moment that I could. I found this book to be an incredibly entertaining romance. Reyna feels like she has no other option left so she signs up to work for Visage, a company that pairs vampires with humans willing to be fed upon. Usually these positions are temporary with blood donors cycling to a different vampire after a number of weeks but Reyna is selected for a new program where she will be assigned to a single vampire on a permanent basis. This is how she finds herself moving into Beckham Anderson's penthouse. This story is told from Reyna's point of view and I liked her right away. I felt her desperation and her fear. I also understood why she felt the need to question everything she didn't understand although there were more than a few times that I wanted to warn her that speaking up may not be the wisest choice. Reyna was confused by Beckham, or Becks, at times and he was very hard to read during parts of the book especially at the start of the story. This book had enough excitement to keep things very interesting. The world that the book is set in is a little different than I have read before so I really enjoyed just getting to experience the world along with Reyna. The book did take a few rather exciting turns. I was able to guess a few of the twists but others came as a total surprise. I really liked Becks and Reyna together and thought that they had fantastic chemistry but this was definitely a romance that was very slow to start. I would recommend this book to fans of paranormal romance. This book does end with a lot of unresolved issues that will most likely be dealt with in the next book in the series. I am very excited that we will get the chance to watch the relationship between Reyna and Becks develop over the course of the series. I can't wait to read more of this amazing series! I received a digital review copy of this book from Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept via NetGalley.
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    Vampires aren't my thing...until....

    I don't do vampires... like, ever! I never watched The Vampire Diaries, I never saw nor bothered to read Twilight. I just DON'T DO VAMPIRES! That said, I totally DO read EVERYTHING KA Linde writes. And now, she's sunk her fangs into my neck and sucked my virginity right out of me. I didn't have a choice. Like Reyna, I needed to suck it up and do what I needed to do for my family, my book family. At first, I didn't know how I felt about Beckham. I really kind of didn't like him. I didn't like his holier than thou attitude. Like he was doing Reyna a favor. That was until the last chapter of the book when we find out more truth's than we ever expected we'd know. I loved Reyna's character! She set out to do something that was so far out of her comfort zone, something she never thought she'd ever do all because she thought she was a burden on her family and she wanted more out of her life. To be able to give, she'd sacrifice herself. I loved how outspoken she was. How she projected what she felt and how she felt about things happening around her, with society, out in the world she wanted to see a better place. How she advocated for those who are considered less than. How she gave to her brother's without thinking about herself. How she hated the high society life and frills that came with it all. How she never lost herself throughout it all. She's my spirit animal, for sure! I'm really looking forward to Rowland getting his due course. He's manipulative and slimy. You would've thought the first round with Beckham would have taught him something, but nope... I can't wait to see what Beckham has in store for him next! This was a story I truly enjoyed and can't wait to see what more Linde has in store for us. I was really happy I was able to start this series early and give other readers a perspective I hope they wouldn't normally get. Especially since this is never a genre I would elect to read normally. If it wasn't for my girl here, I honestly wouldn't have thought about even picking up this book. I'm sure, with the way Linde loves to torture us, there's a lot more to come on this journey. And I'm going to be here, every darn step of the way!
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    So spot on for the bloodbank stuff

    I just know this will be one of my most favorite books this year. And the author was so accurate in her bloodbank details about blood types, even the rh null type. I wonder if she is a lab tech. The main characters were so hot. Reyna was very brave to sign up for being a blood courtesan for a vampire. She hates needles but went through testing for her brothers. They are all very poor and work morning to night and are still starving and live in a dirty unsafe warehouse district. The vampire she is assigned to is very scary but of course hot. He is also one of the very high up officials at the organization that she is now working for. This scares her even more, thinking he will really be an animal. But he never drinks from her. And did I mention, she has to live with him? He even sleeps in another room and doesn’t try for sex. She didn’t know exactly what to expect going in but she knew it paid a lot. After testing, she was told she would get double her salary. He also gave her a credit card with no limit on it. Every day she is drawn closer to him. But he is the biggest jerk, hardly talking except to yell at her or scare her somehow. She can’t understand why he doesn’t want her blood though. He almost acts like it disgusts him. Little does she know, it is the opposite because her blood type is such a rare type. Through it all she has one friend she made in the valet who works at the building she lives in. He is also human. He gives her the ins and outs of the city. There are fighting factions like rebels against the company and vampires. And there are vampires who treat their blood courtesan horrible and beat them. There are even rogue vampires who just go around killing humans without even caring what type. Not drinking the correct type will make the vampire go mad. I’m dying to say more but I’ve probably said too much already. It does end on a cliffhanger but it is such a great book that it is worth it. If you like audiobooks, the narrator is so amazing! I think she’s my new favorite! I swear there was a guy doing the male voices. Idk how she can sound so feminine and so male.
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    I would be a donor...

    4.5 stars Blood Type is absolutely a must read for the Vampire fan. It's dystopian fiction at the next level. Lusty thoughts and fear keep Reyna at a distance from the man she calls her Sponsor. She isn't what everyone claims she is. She is just trying to help her family out. She is just trying to survive. But all that is in jeopardy now... Because Reyna thought it would be any easy job, disgusting but easy, and there is nothing easy about Beckham Anderson. Nothing easy about this life. Nothing easy at all. The tension is electric in this book. The lust, fear, and blind trust are all pushing and pulling the reader in every direction. And when you are sure it can't get better- when you are ready to lose your mind, K.A. Linde ends Blood Type. And now I'm left hanging and panting and just waiting... Waiting for more. waiting for answers. Waiting for the fairytale.
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