being pushed into checking an elementary school for hidden time bomb brought Celia face to face with its terror. when 2 magical bombs detonated and left no destruction behind, Celia was convinced nothing happened if not for the persistent bruise on her leg that she acquired. with her half vampire, half siren, half human blood, she should be completely healed from anything by now. her part of her memories missing, she sought out people she knew for knowledge of the symptoms only to find out she was infected with a bacteria that turned humans into zombies so to spread along the bacterias furthermore.
it was painful to watch Celia being helpless, not being able to remember stuff, also the terrifying headaches. Rizzoli was introduced more thoroughly in this installment. despite being an experienced federal agent, he was neither a mage nor clairvoyant, but his intuition often brought him where he should be when he should be. it was very interesting how accurate he can be. i found myself looking forward to the interaction between Celia and her deceased friend Vicky and sister Ivy, unfortunately there were little amount in this installment. i was often afraid with love triangles, where i would prefer this guy over that guy for Celia, but i was more than pleased to find myself loving both of the guys that even Celia couldn't choose for herself. their gentlemen trait gave off such loving vibes that it was pleasant to read.
author: Cat Adams
Blood Singer series:
- Blood Song (2010)
- Siren Song (2010)
- Demon Song (2011)
- The Isis Collar (2012)
- The Eldritch Conspiracy (2013)
- To Dance With the Devil (2013)