by Karen Marie Moning

November 2007
ISBN: 978-0-385-33916-2
Reviewer Graphic Button Delacorte Press

Bloodfever is the highly addictive follow-up to Karen Marie Moning's Darkfever. Readers, you are in for a treat!

Life has not become any easier for MacKayla Lane. She is confused about her heritage, confused about Jericho Barrons, her mentor and supposed ally, and worried about how she is going to get her hands on the Sinsar Dubh, the deadliest of the Dark Hallows. And then there are the Fae that are coming out of the walls at every turn. Mac can see them and it is getting more and more dangerous on the streets of Dublin.

Guided by Barrons and by the Seelie Prince, V'lane, Mac is in the fight for her life. She is determined to get vengeance for her sister Alina still, but the stakes are higher at every turn. I will not ruin the excitement any further but rest assured, you will enjoy every page of this story.

Mac is developed even more as a character. Her Southern image is blown to bits as harsh realities take its place. However, she has strength, humor, and a resiliency to continue the fight. Mac is a hardcore heroine and she makes this story worth reading.

Barrons is as enigmatic as ever. However, the sexual tension between Mac and Barrons continues to thrive and spark. This is not a typical romance but the romantic events are more prevalent than ever.

Bloodfever is Karen Marie Moning at her finest. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next story in this series. Mac is a heroine to root for. You'll be swept away into a world of dark Fae, sexy men, and a kick-butt heroine who will not give up.

Reviewed in November 2007 by Sarah.

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