The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Blood Cross (Jane Yellowrock Series #2) by Faith Hunter at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Blood Cross is the second book in the Jane Yellowrock series. When we last left Jane, though she had saved the day, Leo, the master of the. Blood Cross (Jane Yellowrock, Book 2) has pages. Reading Length provides a calculation for the word count of this book, find out how long it will take you to.

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A fun series and I will definitely continue on. Obviously this is urban fantasy directed at the ‘heroic girl’ readers,and the vampire element makes it even more attractive to that market.

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Add to the chaos Rick the undercover boyfriend cop, a houseguest witch with suspicious motives, and an old insane vamp, and we have a receipt for disaster! In many ways it reminds me of another of my favorite UF series – bloid are very exciting, have kick ass leading ladies, and act first think later approach to fighting evil.

There are a host of issues with him but they could be worked through The one was expected to show up sooner or later – the were-animals. Unfortunately, he is also a blood crozs, which lends a certain ickiness to his character and makes Jane’s preference for the second leading man, Rick LaFleur, quite understandable.

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Hunter also through in some transphobia for fun:. You boood just pick and choose what suits you. The Dutch Blueprint for Urban Vitality 73, words.


And with the new info on the vampire history and nature I feel like things will get even more interesting in the books to come. Blood Cross jabe by Faith HunterPaperback. Leo in the throws of a vampire depression of sorts wants to kill her and her witchy woman friend has come to visit with the kids.

I also had an issue with Molly’s husband Big Evan heaping the blame on Jane view spoiler [ First off I don’t remember why he wasn’t around to protect his family but despite that, I just didn’t see how what happened to Molly and ajne kids was Jane’s fault. But she’s a full-blooded Cherokee which, if she’s not human, is a contradiction in terms! Spoiler Free It’s a must read in order series. It is a really cool concept and her being Native American really fits in with the mystery and history to her character but she is totally clueless when it comes to men.

Bloood want to know how Jane’s story will end, but I will be perfectly happy with someone telling me about the ending without actually reading the whole story.

A Million More Pages: Still not digging the love interests and the witchy bffs husband and sister show up in this one and are even more mysterious then Jane.

This should take you hlood hours and minutes to read! Shapeshifters have chosen to come out officially Yelowrock of the world in order to take their proper and protected place in society. The other love interest – Bruiser – had a much better book. Not too much of a hardship, as her new main man–undercover cop Rick–is there too.


And how does Jane not lose her shit and tell everyone to fuck off when they keep on hiding things from her?? Hunter really makes their interactions work, putting me on the edge of my seat more than once.

It was awful and I slept shallowly and debated whether to get up and read in order to assuage my curiosity. With the help of her witch best friend and local vigilantes, Jane finds Jane Yellowrock is back on the prowl against the children of the night I’m off to read the next one! It feels a little aimless to me. Or so it seems. Feb 28, Ian rated it really liked it Recommends it for: But at least they have some decent chemistry and he seems like a semi-solid dude.

I was really disappointed in this installment. I also liked that we see Rick LaFleur again, or b,ood of. The thing is, I didn’t dislike this book. Weres have announced their existence to the world, and revived the bitter tensions that run between them and their old enemies: Oh Jane…How can cross be so on point in your professional life and so totally messed up in your personal one.

Crsos does still make cold cereal and sandwiches.