Julia’s sworn enemies are safely sequestered in a prison of the fey and her forever mate has been chosen. Not by blood, but by a circumstance shaped from coincidence. However, it’s not enough to save Julia and the others who came from Alaska their fate by the hand of the Alaska den, whose reacquisition has come alarmingly full-circle to capture them.
Tharell of the fey aligns with the Singers, Were and remaining vampire to take back the one Queen who could stop the interspecies wars and establish a truce of genetics that would free all the groups from extinction and conflict.
Can they rescue Julia and her allies before it’s too late? Will the Red Were’s lineage prove to be the catalyst of victory against a corrupt pack that’s grown too debauched by greed and power to be overcome?
Julia has been constantly a blinding light of goodness throughout the novels so far and a tower of strength, but in Blood Reigns she learns some very harsh lessons and yes, people we all love and care about are going to suffer because of it. Nothing is ever going to be the same, rivers of Blood will fill each page as situations you never thought possible will occur and you WILL need a box of tissues handy because by the end you will have cried several times! Enough Spoilers as such, because this novel is just far too good to tell all in a review – You simply just HAVE TO read it to appreciate it in it’s full glory.
Decisions that are made, lines that are crossed and sides that are chosen, in some respects, especially one – is VERY surprising and the facts surrounding the Singers, The Sithe, The Reds and The Vampires no longer have the issues to fight among themselves for The Rare One…..Something Much darker, older and sinister is coming for them all and Julia is still the prise… Can they put their differences aside and work together? Or will their old rivalries cause them all to fall including the Rare One…