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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Born in Blood (The Sentinels #1) by Alexandra Ivy Review

Born in Blood (The Sentinels, #1)Born in Blood by Alexandra Ivy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Kansas City Sergeant Duncan O’Conner’s murder investigation solicits the help of necromancer, Callie Brown, to help solve the paranormal case. What Callie discovers is the work of a powerful necromancer who should not exist. Working together they need to stop the murderer and try not to become the next casualty.

The world they live in has a lot of trust issues between the supernatural community, better known as high-bloods or freaks and humans. They need to overcome prejudices in order to work with each other.

I enjoyed that the characters discovered things about themselves throughout the novel that enable them to grow as individuals and accept details about themselves.

Alexandra Ivy is off to a great start with this new series. She does a good job at making the story seem believable. Born in Blood has fast pace action that will keep you guessing.

ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Paperback, 373 pages
Published December 31st 2013 by Zebra
original title: Born in Blood
ISBN 1420125141 (ISBN13: 9781420125146)
edition language: English
url: http://www.alexandraivy.com/bib.htm
series: The Sentinels #1
characters: Duncan O'Conner, Callie Brown

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