An Alisa Review: Blood Wine (The Blood Bond Series Book 2) by Aimer Boyz

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Rating:  4.5 stars out of 5

Symon’s not looking for new and different. He’s looking for dinner, and the guy at the bar looks like a five star meal.

Michael’s not looking for a sole mate. He’s looking for a few drinks, a few laughs, and hopefully, a lot of naked.

Fortunately, neither one of them finds what they’re looking for.

They find something better.

Something that will last forever and a night.

This was another great book.  I had to work to try and remember the last book since it had been awhile but I was so happy for Symon to find someone when he was so determined he didn’t need anyone.

I liked that Michael was so open and had no problem with Symon even when he knew what he was.  His family was another wonderful group of people and had no problem welcoming Symon and then again keeping their relationship with Michael after Symon saved him.

I enjoyed watching Symon debate with himself.  I think in some ways he deserved it for how he acted last time and how determined he is to stay separate from humans.  I liked seeing Etienne and Andrew again and how they care for Symon and quickly extended that care to Michael.  I look forward to more books by this author.

Cover art by James at GoOnWrite.com is great and I love the wine that made Symon famous among vampires.

Sales Link: Amazon

Book Details:

ebook, 228 pages

Published: August 26, 2019

Edition Language: English

Series: The Blood Bond Trilogy #2

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