Besos de sangre has ratings and reviews. Kat Kennedy said: I remember someone explaining, chemically, how a cheese burger works. How the fa. Besos de sangre has ratings and reviews. Rochelle said: It took several tries but I finally finished it. Very standard paranormal romance b. Buy Besos de Sangre by Jeaniene Frost (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Besos de sangre by Jeaniene Frost. Si Buffy y Angel tuvieran una hija, probablemente seria como Cat Crawfield, una cazadora de szngre con un poco de sangre vampira y mucha personalidad.

Cat se ha propuesto librar al mundo de las tenebrosas criaturas de la noche.

Convertir Si Buffy y Angel tuvieran una hija, probablemente seria como Cat Crawfield, una cazadora de vampiros con un poco de sangre vampira y mucha personalidad.

Paperbackpages. Published November 1st by Vergara first published November 1st Night Huntress 1Night Huntress Universe 1. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Besos de sangreplease sign up.

I know that there are 7 books total in this series following Cat and Bones. I really want to know if this is a series for me I’m really into romance and recently took a liking to PNR.

Does this series have a lot of romance or is this more of an urban fantasy focused mainly on the action and overcoming evil with a little romance in the background? There is action scenes and a storyline enough to be a pageturner but this book also build the …more It is an even mix, you may say. There is action scenes and a storyline enough to be a pageturner but this book also build the romance of one of the greatest couple in the PNR world, so there is character development, humor, angst, romance, family, friendship and of course steamy sex.

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Above all, the two main characters are individually loved AND a loved couple. Cat is a badass, sassy, funny, emotionally-damaged, insecure in ways and over secure in others but she grows so beautifully to except who she is. Bones is simply one of the most amazing swoon worthy males in PNR, not only is he a hot british dude with the accent and looks and charm, he has a very well built character that makes you fall in love with him no question asked. Any recs of books similar to this, after reading the main series?


Something as dark as it is funny like this one. OhWell Kate Daniels, if you haven’t read it yet. See all 24 questions about Besos de sangre…. Lists with This Book. People who balance out their literary diet with Junk Food Fiction. I remember someone explaining, chemically, how a cheese burger works.

How the fatty meat combined with the fatty cheese and the white buns make a cholesterol parade in your blood stream that gives you endorphins that make you happy when you eat it. Something about that combination, seems to give our bodies a buzz.

They’re addictive foods because we get addicted to the buzz of eating them. When it I remember someone explaining, chemically, how a cheese burger works. When it comes to reading, I’m not much different. I guess I’m not the only one because publishers have jumped on this ship like it’s the only one with booze and half naked young men and women grinding up against each other see I’m trying to use subtle images to get you addicted to my reviews.

They must have been delighted when Frost walked in the door because her novel is pretty much the combination of sex, action and supernatural elements without ANYTHING else. Most of the dialogue is about sex, arse kicking or discussing supernatural elements. This book is a cheeseburger. A big, greasy, delicious, ketchup covered cheeseburger. Some other characters come into this story but they’re not important because they’re not having sex. They team up together to fight vampires.

They stab, decapitate, crush, kick, punch, tear, bite, shove and knife their way through every single encounter. See this is the action part of my review.

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Settle yourself in bitches, because you’re about to get addicted! The vampires in this book can be good or bad and their eyes glow green when they’re using their Vampire Powers of Awesomeness TM. They mesmerize their prey into obediance and take “sips” out of them. Don’t try to fight it, just give in and ride the pleasure wave So, I enjoyed it in the guilty pleasure way that you enjoy a cheeseburger while you’re eating it.

Afterward though I felt vaguely dirty and lost. Life was sadly lacking in sex, action and supernatural. I went and kicked my husband in the head but to my IMMENSE surprise he didn’t immedately tackle me and make love to me with blazing green eyes.

I must be doing something wrong. The last part of the novel dragged a little bit until a vampire started throwing cars around – because we can’t possibly go thirty pages without someone bleeding out of one or more places on their bodies While being a vampire. It was SUCH a cheeseburger that I started to feel cholesterol moving through my synapses and forming some brain version of diabetes.

Give it a go. It was fun, flirty, dirty, and quick Oh my goodness, it sounds like a just described a hooker! If I hadn’t kept thinking to myself, “Damn you, Frost! Stop baiting me with supernatural smoochies! View all 68 comments. So here’s the deal: That being said, there are aspects that haven’t aged well. Things that were cornball the first time I read them in are borderline stoopid in She nodded pointedly at an attractive male who passed by us.

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This place is crawling with them. Bones is one of the most perfect love interests ever conceived. In fact, if he wasn’t a vampire–not my favorite–he’d be a strong contender for Numero Uno Book Boyfriend currently held by Clayton Danvers of Women of the Otherworld fame.

He’s a Bad Boy. A killer for hire with just a touch of vulgarity that makes him intriguing rather than crass. Being a bit temperamental myself, I appreciate that. He’s also dead HA! What’s wrong with that?

And it widens oddly at his forehead. Almost like he’s some Mad Scientist Super Villain. I want to like him, really, I do. And sometimes it’s almost possible.

But then there’s jeankene This reread I was on a mission. I was determined to find a suitable alternative for Bones-in-my-head. I was horribly disappointed to discover that he’s only 5’9″. She’s grown up knowing she was different, but any attempts to discuss her extras with her mother are met with anger and shame.

So she does her best to hide her strangeness. Pretends to be “normal. Catherine’s father was a vampire who raped her. Five months later, Cat was born, premature but fully developed. To illustrate the point, Mommy Dearest stabbed her in the thigh to make her eyes glow. Just like her father’s. Catherine must be careful, you see. She has evil inside her and it wants out. After that Cat makes it her mission to hunt and kill creatures like her father.

Now she’s twenty-two, and she’s refined her technique, learned through trial and error the best ways to beguile then dispatch her prey. But one night, things don’t go as planned. Her target isn’t falling for her usual lines, and in the inevitable confrontation, he gets the drop on her and after being knocked unconscious, she wakes chained to a wall in a cave. That’s when things get really interesting.

Suffice it to say that they–Cat and Bones–form an unwilling alliance, and thus begins Cat’s education about reality vs.

And this is where another of the Big Problems rears its ugly head: Given what you already know about Mommy Dearest, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Cat’s formative years included a rather narrow-minded “Christian” perspective on dating and relationships.