Bloodrose has ratings and reviews. Dija said: Thoughts before reading:What I want demand to see in this book More Ren. We got a bo. Calla has always welcomed war. But now that the final battle is upon her, there’s more at stake than fighting. There’s saving Ren, even if. Listen to Bloodrose: A Nightshade Novel audiobook by Andrea Cremer. Stream and download audiobooks to your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Bestsellers .

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Jesus, I wanted to rip her effing hair out. He scared me with his almost betrayal in Wolfsbane but he pulled through and I loved him even more. But I can’t think about them without thinking about Ren and bursting into tears. Starting this series, I had always been under the impression that the Guardian’s were originally wolves manipulated with magic by the Keeper’s, to be their slaves.

The ending with everyone turning into wolves and wandering off into the forest was, like, the the cracking point for me.

Ugh, so it took Ren DYING for her to suddenly evoke some response and feelings for Ren, that she kept saying were there, but never showed. But of course, we must expect the unexpected. Geez, first Forbidden and then this book. Ships from and sold by Amazon. The third major thing I wanted to touch base on, is going to tick a lot of people off.

May 20, Duchess Nicole rated it really liked it Shelves: Read it Forward Read it first. I could have stopped after that. He pulled me closer, the soft kiss building in heat and strength as it lingered between us.


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After reading Wolfsbane, book 2 in the series, I was extremely excited to pick up Bloodrose. Anyway, I wanna know what you guys think of the ending and whether you agree with me or not. I was still drawn to him–the one who was so obviously my counterpart. Why drag us along with the whole Ren story, make us fall in love with him and then kill him like that?!

Say it isn’t so Andrea Congratulations Andrea Cremer for taking one of my favorite series and turning the last book in the trilogy into The Biggest Dissapointment I’ve read all year. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Ok, so Ren and Shay are still at each other throats, literally in this book, but what can you expect, they love the same girl and they are wolves.

I believe if Wow, what a way to end a series Pro’s and Con’s of the book Con: Christian Grey rated it liked it. I don’t think I can even explain why.

Anyone who is team Ren should not read it will leave you heart broken and STILL now months down the line my heart still hasn’t mended. I will have to say that although I was not excepting that ending, it was good.

I’m emotionally exhausted after reading this book, because I was just mad through most of it. Before she wrote her first novel, Andrea was a history professor at Andrea Cremer is the author of the internationally bestselling Nightshade series.

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But it just wasn’t my type of ending. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. SO like I said, I’m having a hard time rating this book, because although I enjoyed the story, I hated the love story.

Though I assume the outcome from the first page, I felt Andrea Cremer felt the need to handle things a certain way so bovel some could accept Calla’s fate. I appreciate an author who can add a realistic air to a paranormal read. This one was much better, and I knew once I started that I would be finishing the third on that same day After being an avid bookworm for over 20 years, very few manage to surprise me and also pull that kind of emotional reaction from me.

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And then it promptly fell apart. I wanted to stop living after page Going into this book, hearing all the rumors and spoilers related to the two major controversial scenes, I was certain that the disappointment would override my desire to follow the series to its conclusion.

But yes, this is a war people, we are dealing with loss, regret, questioning if that could have been prevented and some of these characters you’ve never been introduced to, some new characters that had started to grow on you.