Review: Blood Immoral by Astrid Cooper

Blood Immoral by Astrid Cooper
Release Date: February 15, 2013
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Pages: 29
Source: book provided by the publisher for review



In Adelaide, the city of churches, it’s the night of the hunter’s moon and the Blood-kin venture out to play. But things aren’t what they seem. Mirrazan is caught in a deadly confrontation with Ric, the cop, and a band of rogue vamps. Things can’t get any worse. Wrong! Ric is not the man he appears to be, and the Law of Blood Immoral has been broken. So what starts out as a pleasant night of carousing, turns to dark and dangerous and the game of seduction takes on a whole new meaning of deadly when succubus and cat-shifter lock hearts, souls and bodies in the duel of love… All hell breaks loose.



Review: Mirrazan is a succubus and has to have some sexual release to survive. The bad thing is she ends up killing a human and she feels so bad about it. She has broken her rule time and time again. Her sisters don’t understand and she is tired of trying to explain where she is coming from. She is out one night when she runs into a killing that a rogue vampire has caused. She is about to leave when she is caught.

Ric is a cop and he can’t understand what happened to his partner. All he knows is there is something about Mirrazan that draws him. He finds out her secret and she doesn’t learn his until the end. Ric has broken the Law of Blood Immoral. He is a cat-shifter and now he has Mirrazan where he wants her. To say she will fight with everything she has is an understatement.

This was a great story and had such great possibility going for it. The ending is what turned me off and made me give this book a three. It just stops. You don’t know if there will be anymore. If this book is a series or that is all the author is going to write. I felt like something was missing and I wanted more. I could see another book after this one. I never found anything on it and that made me sad. Now I will just keep looking to see if there will ever be another book.