Jennifer Armintrout (born July 11, ) is an American author best known for a series of urban Bibliography. Blood Ties series. The Turning (); Possession (); Ashes To Ashes (); All Souls’ Night (). The Turning (Blood Ties, book 1) by Jennifer Armintrout – book cover, description, publication history. 15 Oct The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Turning (Blood Ties Series #1) by Jennifer Armintrout at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
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Armihtrout my sire hell-bent on turning me into a soulless killer and his sworn enemy set to exterminate me, things couldn’t get much worse–except I’m attracted to them both.
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Blood Ties Book One: The Turning
Carrie Ames is attacked by a master vamp and unintentionally left behind to become a vampire herself. Carrie is a doctor who has a bit of a breakdown when she sees the horrific injuries of a patient brought in one night.
Indeed Cyrus was a good villain, twisted and manipulative, as well as tortured and yearning to be loved. The rest of this review has been withdrawn due to the changes in Goodreads policy and enforcement.
La forza consiste nel scegliere la propria strada e seguirla accettandone le conseguenze.
The Turning is better than a lot of what is on the market these days. Armintrout also publishes erotica under the pseudonym Abigail Barnette.
And altho some intimacy has been seen, no romance is on the cards there yet.
Jennifer Armintrout – Wikipedia
And for you dirty readers you know who you are! But he only needs a mate, see? I did find Carrie to be a little irritating at times as her thoughts chopped and changed constantly, which made it difficult to connect with her. And her sire, Cyrus, is not one of the “good guys”. So it’s been a while since I have actually reviewed anything and to ease my way back into this I decided to dive into my favourite genre. As a nurse and a germophobe, I can appreciate her revulsion to the whole thing based on the extreme ickiness of blood borne pathogens.
Jennifer Armintrout construiu um mundo um pouco diferente do que estamos habituados. Desde o sucesso da saga Twilight de Stephenie Meyer que a Gailivro tem vindo a apostar cada vez mais nos vampiros. Lists with This Book. Heck I even actually really liked Ziggy as a character but my problem begins the moment Carrie meets Cyrus. Return to Book Page. Conceitos diferentes, atitudes diferentes, o que contribuiu para que fosse ganhando entusiasmo ao longo da leitura.
I liked Nathan and Ziggy and their relationship. Carrie was believable, not sweet and innocent like Feehan’s heroines do romance heroines always have to be sweet? The temper tantrams are cute but annoying and you’d just like to give him a swat on the bottom. I should also mention that even though this is not my genre of choice I did really enjoy it.
She not too thrilled about it turnong.
She is a vampire and she needs help. So a vampire story with lots of blood, gore and a fascination with eyes. Cyrus was just downright disgusting. Carrie’s new nature is hard to resist and with the additional pull of her sire it is almost impossible to control herself. Urban Fantasyarmlntroutdrama.
Apr 29, Sky Rose Reviews rated it it was ok. Violence, gore, blood and torture and teen rape. But unfortunately it wasn’t. Jan 28, Buggy rated it really liked it Shelves: Il secondo sintomo era un appetito incredibile………Il terzo segnale non divenne evidente se non quando fui dimessa. Immaginate un amore puro e incontaminato jebnifer si sviluppa e cresce, alimentato dal dolore, dalle perdite e da una folle attrazione fisica ma rifiutato da chi non si sente degno di poter tornare a pronunciare di nuovo le parole: Books of the Week.
Cyrus turns out to be armintrotu interesting villain when you I was right – I had read this before!