“Waiting on” Wednesday | Blood Guard by Megan Erickson

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Breaking the Spine created this feature – “Waiting on” Wednesday, where bloggers could gush about their most coveted upcoming releases. Here’s mine:

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Enter a world of immortal danger and desire—and discover an incredible fate borne of blood.

Tendra: One minute, I’m a bartender in gritty Mission City; the next, I’m whisked away by a vampire named Athan who tells me that I’m the lifeblood of his clan. It sounds unbelievable, but he’s got evidence I can’t deny. Turns out, Athan belongs to an underground society of vampires who feed only on humans with their consent. Their enemies have no such qualms, and they want me dead. The only thing standing in their way is strong, sexy Athan. And the closer we get, the more tempted I am to let Athan feed. . . .

Athan: How could I have known when I snatched this snarky, beautiful human off the streets that she would change mydestiny? As a loyal soldier, I must deliver Tendra to our future king—my brother. Empowered with the blood of ten generations of the Gregorie breed, she is fated to rule as our queen. But there’s something between us that’s so intoxicating, so carnal, I can’t help wanting Tendra for myself . . . even if it’s treason.

Publication date: September 12, 2017

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My first Megan Erickson book was Mature Content, and I picked it up because…Santino Hassell. I was nervous because it was co-written, but the book ended up blowing me away, and making me that much more determined to push Megan Erickson to the top of my to be read pile. This will be my first read all from her, and it seems like it’s going to be pretty intense! I can’t wait to read it.

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    1. YAAAAAAAAAAAAY! His books are my favorite, and I cannot wait to read your thoughts!!!!!!!!!!! I suggest starting with Five Boroughs and sticking it out for at least two books. The first book is pretty heavy, too heavy for some people (I loved it,) but I feel like the second book takes a bit of a turn into lighter territory.

      I hope you love his books as much as I do! 🙂

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