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Blood Bond: 3

Written by: Helen Hardt
Narrated by: John Lane, Lauren Rowe
Series: Blood Bond Saga, Book 3
Length: 2 hrs and 40 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
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Now that Dante Gabriel recognizes the blood bond Erin Hamilton has formed with him, he has unwound a little. Still, he must find a way to convince her that she must complete the bond for both their sakes. Vampires are rapidly dying out, and humans have long considered them nothing more than a myth. How can he make her understand?

Erin has fallen in love with Dante, but she’s still confused and angered by his behavior. To keep her mind occupied, she immerses herself in a mystery that has evolved at work. Patients have been disappearing from the hospital, and Erin begins to wonder if one of the ER doctors might be involved.

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  • melissa doris
  • 2019-01-28

Narration sucks

The narration of this book sucks you have a man pretending Pretend to be a woman and a woman pretending to be a man.
The book is long-drawn-out

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  • 2020-02-21

Blood Bond 2

It is good to know that he finally make a head way in his relationship. But growing ever distrustful with his grand father. Why is like a misery that will eventually come to the the lamb light.