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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Review - The Joining: Bound By Blood by Erika Sands


Title: The Joining: Bound By Blood

Author: Erika Sands

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press

Buy The Joining: Bound by Blood Here!


Rating: You Want to Read


Reviewed by: Lupa



His gaze haunts her like no other. Her beauty leaves him speechless.

One caress, one kiss, one taste of the enigmatic Ariel and a maelstrom engulfs D’Nar. One touch of the dark, virile vampyr and her secret passion ignites—a forbidden craving to be taken and overcome by this superior race. Before long, they are bound not only by her blood and his need for it, but by her humanity as their desire swells in time to the desert wind that whirls around them.

When Ariel agrees to become D’Nar’s concubine, she has no idea their mutual attraction will explode into a fury of ecstasy. But can this irresistible passion survive the growing distrust between human and vampyr? Can it survive an ancient evil bent on revenge? And knowing all the odds stacked against them, could it ever blossom into love?

In order for their world to survive, Ariel and D’Nar learn that desire alone will not carry them to the end of their quest. Only when they trust each other enough to love unconditionally can they save their civilization—and themselves.



A human healer on a distant world falls for a charming vampire viceroy. Seems simple enough right. Well toss in the manipulations of an ancient race and you get all kinds of fun and interesting events.

Erika Sands has created a universe of intrigue, passion and mustery. With characters that are endearing and powerful this was a very enjoyable read. The reunion of two races that split apart generations ago is well written and detailed. I always love reading a book I can close my eyes and easily visualize the characters and setting. I am greatly hoping that Ms Sands continues this saga in another volume. I cannot wait to see what happens to the people of this planet.

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