Bloodfever: Fever Series Book 2 [Karen Marie Moning] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER I used to be. Editorial Reviews. Review. A Q&A with Karen Marie Moning. What inspired you to Bloodfever: Fever Series Book 2 by [Moning, Karen Marie]. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER I used to be your average, everyday girl but all that changed one night in Dublin when I saw my first Fae, and got dragged into.
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Can she trust him?
He’s just weirder and scarier. And, Mac has gotten a tiny bit smarter, more so in the beginning of the book, but she has a long way to go to get to your average person’s start point.
Hardcoverpages. I can’t say she is a total badass yet but we’re slowly getting there. Bring on the Barrons!! Books by Karen Marie Moning. It’s a strange new world out there and the rules have changed: You can still feel her vulnerability, her insecurities but as she discovers more about herself, the stronger and more determined she becomes. View all 40 comments.
Finally, Bloodfevver love how Mac just does what it takes in order to survive. View all 21 comments. I didn’t see them coming either. Possible minor spoilers if you haven’t read the first book and if any of my random ramblings turn out to be true See 2 questions about Bloodfever…. The plot is getting edgier, more dramatic and intense.
Bloodfever : Karen Marie Moning :
Blodfever is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. Everyone knows that when you are kids, Rereading with my buddies, edgy and blooodfever. Proudly and unbiasedly, she chooses her own higher purpose, and I have to applaud her for that. God, I do have issues Ive discovered why I’ve been sucked into this series. Moning has a strange yet brilliant way of giving the reader glimpses of events that have just happened behind the scenes that leaves you thinking: Silent conversations Save your saliva.
I can’t wait to read the next one! True, these trials she’s gone through were thrusted upon her and she’s dealt with them in a blooffever short amount of time. I like her humor and her upbeat personality, I enjoy seeing her grow and change and learn about her abilities. She’s still very selfish and immature in this book and it’s hard to take her seriously.
With every page we get immersed deeper into the powerful and deadly world of Fae.
And we are off to the Burren, I grew up beside this area …. Stop flirting with boys.
I’m beginning to think that no character is exclusively “good” or “bad” – I’m starting to believe that everyone’s motives exist in a shade of grey. I think the constant kaen sometimes weird metaphors could be cut out. Because, you know, you are one.
It’s every princess for herself. In short, I loved it. She is recovering from the ordeal she experienced at the end of the previous book and at the same time has to face the aftermath of her actions – Inspector O’Daffy is getting very interested in finding out more about the Dark Zone and why Mac is not going back home; Malluce’s death is still uncertain; Rocky O’Bannion’s brother, Derek, surfaces to poke around in Mac’s business; and finally, a mysterious specter keeps following MacKayla around giving her creeps Well that was unexpected!
At least we had a few intense, emotional scenes with Barrons and Mac.