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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Bitten Shame Review



Summary


Jill Prescott returned from self-imposed seclusion to help save her best friend Devan’s life. Throwing herself into Devan’s problems and bringing an evil organization to its knees might just be the distraction she needs to keep living without the only man she’s ever loved. Her life changed forever when she was hired to spend a week with Doc Massey. On the day she became a vampire her youthful innocence ended, but Doc’s love rescued her from being consumed by the darkness. The shadow of that former life continues to loom over her, keeping her from realizing her own self-worth. Running from her past only brings her closer to a destiny that is inextricably connected to what she is trying to escape… Every gift has both a reward and a price, because All of it fits…

Rating

4/5

My Review

Bitten Shame is book two in the Bend-Bite-Shift Trilogy by Olivia Hardin. This book picks up right at the end of the first book, Witch Way Bends. I really enjoyed book one, but I fell in love with book two. Bitten Shame brings you further into the character's stories and you learn more about Jill's past and Devan's future. The story alternates between the past and present throughout the book and just draws you in and makes it impossible to put it down and stop reading.

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3 comments:

  1. Thanks for being a part of the tour! I'm so glad you're enjoying Bend-Bite-Shift! Happy reading, All.

    ~Olivia

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  2. I have to agree with your review...I loved book 1, but book two just draws you in. I couldn't put it down, I had to know what happens next!!! Both are great books :-)

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  3. I wish I was more of a reader but I like magazines best :)

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