Book Review

An Origin Story: Girl Meets Boy

Bloodbound

Bloodbound (Cruentus Curse #0.5) by Amalie Howard

ETERNAL LIFE COMES AT A COST

Love or freedom…the choice is hers.

VIENNA, AUSTRIA, 1892. Lady Leandra Von Kurzberg is a hellion. Raised with seven older brothers, there is only one thing Lena fears: marriage. She has no desire to give up her freedom to be any lord’s broodmare.

When Lena meets the dangerously attractive Devereux twins, , she is smitten. Inexplicably drawn to both men, the brothers are polar opposites—as much as Christian is every inch the debonair Duke of D’Avigny, his brother Lucian is a roguish scoundrel bent on hedonism.

But the captivating twins aren’t what they seem…

As frightening truths are unveiled and a one-of-a-kind offer is made, Lena will have to decide whether love is worth the loss of her freedom, or if freedom is worth the ultimate cost…her life.

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Bloodbound is the prequel to the Cruentus Curse series. This book tells the story of Lena, a character from Bloodspell and the events that occur when she meets twins Christian and Lucian Devereux.

I read this story after I’ve read the first book, Bloodspell and it was really good. I get to see Christian and Lucian before they had a falling out and I finally know the story about the whole Lucian, Lena, Christian situation. Howard glanced on it in Bloodspell but didn’t get to much into. Bloodbound opens up a whole new insight into Lucian all three characters and what has lead to their situation in Bloodspell. Vampires twins competing over a noble woman, near misses, exciting races, fights, balls, attacks and murder. How could I not like this book.

As usual Howard has written and strong and interesting tale that even though I read Bloodspell and knew how the story sort of end, it kept me waiting to find out what happens next. I fell in love with Bloodspell, continued on with Bloodbound and soon I will be reading Bloodcraft.

Overall ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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