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    "Gypsy" - Book 3 in the Sons of Sangue series

    I finished reading this book February 26, 2017. This is my review. I really liked this book about Grayson (aka "Gypsy") and Tamera. Definitely not your average love triangle. Yes, this book has a love triangle angle to it but it's mainly about two vampires making hasty decisions and not always for the better. Grayson can't believe he's been mated to Tamera for the last nine months. Not his choice. She bit him and now, according to vampire law, she's his mate...forever. But Grayson never wanted to mate. "Spread the love" has been his motto. He doesn't think he will ever forgive Tamera for what she's done. So why does he feel jealous when Anton, his best friend, spends time with Tamera? Anton hasn't kept his feelings for Tamera for himself all this time but he hasn't crossed the line. After all, Tamera is still Grayson's mate, even if he doesn't want her. But now he only has three more months to make his decision. Keep Tamera as his mate, or let her go to be with Anton. Tamera can't believe the situation she's in. She's been in love with Grayson since the first time she met him and now that they're mated, he doesn't want anything to do with her. Granted their mating wasn't planned but he could at least not act like a total jerk. You know, at least try to get to know her. But no. Grayson wants nothing to do with her. Anton, however, has made his feelings known. He helped her through her transition into a vampire when it was supposed to be Grayson. Anton has been her friend ever since...and would like to be more. But she still wants Grayson. Well that's just a glossed over summary of the romance plot of the story. There's actually more to this love triangle but I don't want to spoil it for you. Let's just say this love triangle is not of their choosing. The romance between Grayson and Tamera is very complicated and a lot of emotions come into play on Grayson's part. His character changes quite a bit throughout this book and it's quite an emotional journey. Tamera's emotions are put through the ringer in this book, mainly because she has no choices. (You'll understand that if you read the book!) The overall story line of the book was really well done. There's the ongoing series plot of dealing with Rosalee, Kane's ex-wife, causing trouble for all the Sons. The story line about the Mexican drug cartel is still evolving and is setting up great story lines for other characters like Draven and Anton. Really good twist to the story line in this book! One I really didn't see coming but I probably should have! I really enjoyed reading this book. The chemistry was great between Grayson and Tamera. And the ending with Anton just makes you want to continue reading to find out what happens next. Can't wait to start the next book.
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    Amazing

    Book 3 of Sons of Sangue and as incredible as the first two! Patricia Rasey is a detailed author and her characters are surreal!
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    Enjoyable

    I did enjoy the characters and the story did flow pretty well through most of the story. I don't know why...but I didn't feel much for either character. Still love this series though!
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