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Blood Shackles (Rebel Vampires Book 2) by [Johns, Rosemary A]
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Blood Shackles (Rebel Vampires Book 2) Kindle Edition

4.7 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in Rebel Vampires (3 Book Series)

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WINNER OF SILVER AWARD in National Wishing Shelf Book Awards. ROSEMARY A JOHNS is the British author of the bestselling Blood Dragons, Blood Shackles and Blood Renegades - the compelling Rebel Vampires series. Visit Rosemary A Johns at rosemaryajohns.com Rebel Vampires is a gripping psychological look into a secret paranormal world, which exists hidden in the shadows of our own. How free are any of us? What would you truly do to save your family, home and love?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5819 KB
  • Print Length: 370 pages
  • Publisher: Fantasy Rebel Limited; 1 edition (1 Nov. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01JNST30M
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #55,039 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Blood Shackles is the second book in the Rebel Vampires series. Book One, Blood Dragons, introduced us to the quirky and likeable character of Light, a delightfully British vampire. Like the first book, Blood Shackles is narrated by Light, who is writing his journal and divulging his deepest, darkest thoughts and emotions. In book one, he was addressing Kathy, the human love of his life, as she lay dying, ravaged by old age and dementia. Things are rather different in Blood Shackles, as Light’s journal is addressed to Grayse, his owner. For Light, is now a vampire slave. He’s been bought and sold by the underground Blood Club. In the first few chapters Light explains via the journal how he was captured, as well as how he is adjusting to life as a prisoner. Interestingly, there is already a flicker of attraction between Light and Grayse, who, fortunately for Light, is nothing like her monstrous father and sister. She runs the financial side of things but has agreed to keep a vampire slave herself in order to learn more about them. As Light fulfils his duties, in return she gives him things he wants, such as a leather jacket and a new motorbike. She slowly enables him to feel like Light again, and her equal. At the same time, he writes the diary, detailing the horrific abuse and ‘training’ he received prior to becoming her slave. As Grayse becomes increasingly shocked and horrified about the treatment of the vampires, she and Light devise a plan to release two of Light’s friends and take their revenge on the Blood Club. In many ways, this is a far darker and more uncomfortable read than the first book. There are frequent scenes of torture, and sexual abuse and humiliation as Light is forced to relive his training.Read more ›
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This book is a totally different take on the human/vampire slave relationship. In this book the humans are the real monsters and the vampires are the slaves. This is the world that Light has been thrown into. He has gone from hiding to being a slave. The only problem is that he is starting to have feelings for his Mistress Grayse. The even bigger problem is that it is not just him in trouble and he has to decide which path is for him. It is nice to see a book from the Vampires point of view where he is basically the pawn. What happens to his fangs and how he manages to continue to survive is heart breaking. Can they manage to break him or will he manage to stay who he is despite the horrible treatment he is put through. Wow this is one heck of a book. It is such an interesting premise and such a new twist to me that I think I am going to have to look into the other books!!
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As a reviewer and an avid reader there are 5 stars for review. One star is incredibly horrid, boring or just thoughtless writing. We've all read, or at least tried to give a shot to these books and tried not to blow our brains out in the process. For me, two stars maybe had the potential of a decent storyline but they didn't do it justice or the beginning held potential and then the writer skips all the important parts and you're lost as to what you're reading. Three stars is decent writing but you just couldn't get into it. Someone else with different tastes may love it though. Four stars is a good storyline and decent plotting, even a strong voice from the author and good characters. Five stars is when you wait on bated breath to find out what will happen next; you have trouble putting it down knowing you're going to be a zombie the next day. Where you fall in love with the characters, laugh and cry with them, rage and smile with them. Five Stars means that you're pulled in, a part of the action going on. It becomes your reality. The authors voice so strong, you feel every tear they shed and every laugh they belted out.

Blood Shackles: Rebel Vampires Volume 2 by Rosemary A Johns is my five star read. This novel was gut twistingly intense. Telling his story with a notebook entry, Light is a rebel Blood Lifer who has abstained from drinking human blood for 50 years. He's captured and turned slave, or so they think. Grayse is the youngest daughter of the Cain family who is doing the capturing, slaving, torturing and killing of Blood Lifers. She picks Light, renamed Shadow by his captors, because he's not broken. Grayse has no clue what really goes on in the dark cells, the humiliation and degradation, the horror and the pain, as she starts to work for the family business.
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When I reviewed Book one in the rebel Vampires series I wrote "Unlike any vampire story you have ever read. Fresh, New & Amazingly written" and the same goes for Book 2! Rosemary Johns continues Lights journey in the journal format which I enjoy. Blood Shackles has more twists and turns than book 1 and kept me on the edge of my seat and up till early morning hours reading. This is definitely a must read series for all vampire/paranormal lovers.
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You can’t flay a rebel’s Soul. WHOA... I don't even know what to say! After finishing Blood Dragons (book 1) and going straight into this book, I still feel so attached to Light that this story he's just finished telling me is just so... personal, so... intimate and dare I say horrific? It totally got MY SHACKLES up, just from reading it, never mind feeling, experiencing it all with him, even AS Light, to a fang point. I may be a slave to my vampiric desires, but never a bloody slave! This is one very different vampire book, like nothing I have ever read before, and I have read a LOT of vampire books over the years! It's not for the faint of heart though. Nor is it your "typical" romance story. Actually, there isn't ANYTHING "typical" about it! And that is EXACTLY why I fell for Light. Now that I have pretty well adjusted, adapted, to Light's speech I find that this book flew through the pages! Maybe the modern side of it helped a bit as well, a little something-something to relate to without even thinking of it, without even realizing it! Of course, Mistress played a HUGE part in this as well! The mystery of her - the REAL her - drew me in like a moth to Light! After one horrific part, I bawled so hard for Light! It shocked me because I didn't realize I was THAT attached to him or the story, for that matter. At least not in that way. While there is a lot to like - even love - about this book & series, I found that some of the parts I truly wanted to live through Light were pretty ambiguous, yet some of the most horrible horrors were greatly detailed. Now some of that could be because of the terminology, me understanding its meaning one way, when it was completely the opposite. Regardless, I still did enjoy this series and will eagerly await the next book!Read more ›
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