Happy Anniversary Blackthorn! November marks four years since the release of Blood Shadows, book one in the stunning paranormal series by British author, Lindsay J. Pryor. If you’re already a fan of the series then I’m sure you’ll agree that it’s definitely a date worth celebrating. If you haven’t discovered the series yet, allow me to introduce you. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Blackthorn.
I'll never forget the day I met Kane Malloy, it was a rainy day and the tension in Blackthorn was high...Wait, was that me or was that Caitlin? I certainly felt like I was in Blackthorn that day. So much so that I had to contact the author and tell her how amazing her competition entry was - and we've been friends ever since. When I read Lindsay's chapter for the New Voices competition, it was fate. I'd never read paranormal before, yet that morning something made me click on the title and read. I was stunned by it and not at all surprised that Lindsay J. Pryor became a finalist. That she didn't...
The longed for day finally arrived. And when I say longed for - I really mean longed for! I was an excited bag of mixed emotions for this book for as much as I was desperate to read it, my heart was breaking a little too. Blood Bound is book 7 and the penultimate book in the Blackthorn series by Lindsay J. Pryor and I'm not going to want to let go.
Love can be heaven. Or it can hurt like hell.
For exiled angel Jessie, falling for Eden Reece has been her salvation. When she discovers that her angel tears, used to heal Eden, are actually poisoning him the burden of guilt is crushing.
Jessie is determined to make things right and, with Eden by her side, they are a formidable team. But with Blackthorn surrounded by an impenetrable barrier and the army of Sirius Throme closing in, their mission is a desperate one. When Jessie discovers they are up against her own kind too, it looks impossible.
Eden and Jessie don’t just need a cure, they need a way out – and have less than 48 hours...
Hello and welcome to my first review in my new home! And what a way to begin, with Blood Instinct, book 6 in my favourite paranormal series, Blackthorn. I seriously could not wait to get my hands on the next instalment by British author, Lindsay J. Pryor. Anyone who knows me will know how much I fan-girl over both this series and the author. Both are amazing! And the wait was more than worth it. Here's why...
‘I think what is inside of you triggers the worst of me’
Sophia McKay has always had a reckless streak, but falling for lycan leader Jask Tao gave her something to live for. Now, cursed with a serryn bloodline, a darkness inside Phia is awakening. A darkness she knows could prove deadly to those she loves most.
Approaching a blue moon, Jask Tao and his pack are living close to the edge due to a delay getting the herbs required to stop their morphing. Worse still, the growing strength of Phia’s serryn powers are dangerously provoking the lycan in Jask.