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Cold Blood (Dirty Blood series Book 2) by [Hildenbrand, Heather]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1172 KB
  • Print Length: 366 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Accendo Press (15 Nov. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0068OD1U8
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #159,398 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tried Dirty Blood (Book1) as a freebie. Was hooked. Had to get Cold Blood and Blood Bond (Book3) as couldn't leave the series unfinished. They follow on brilliantly. I didn't read the Twilight series (saw the movies) and I liken these books to them but instead of vampires and werewolves you have hunters and werewolves. Have recommended to my friend - a Twilight fan.
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I have received an ARC copy of this book from the Author in exchange of an honest review.

Cold Blood is a second part of the series, that I started to love. Tara is fun, a bit mean and snarky, but also she is honest and not judgemental. I love that about her. She is not condemning all Weres, just because she is a Hunter. She believes that not all of them are insane and want to kill everyone. She wants to help everyone, but being part of prophecy is leaving her a bit stressed.

After Tara is shipped to her new school, she is not able to blend in. Being new student in a new school, where you don't know anyone is tough, but being new in a school where everyone is better in combat and hates her because of what she is, is like a living nightmare. She tries to not be affected by hatred and mean popular girls (even in paranormal school you get THOSE), but being away from home, friends and Wes is hard for her. She miss them. She miss him. And it doesn't help that he is not returning her emails. There is no news from him. And she again feels like everyone just keeps everything from her. To not help her misery, her new, HOT, trainer is disgusted in what she is (at least that's what she thought). But once all Hell break through and Miles is reappearing, claiming that they are destined to be together and rule the world, she learns that Alex is not disgusted nor he hates her. After their short moment, she feels guilty, but also confused about her feelings. After Wes decides to meet her suddenly, he is not showing up just to SEE HER, but has a motive and after that Tara is hurt, betrayed and sways even more toward Alex, who believes in her and knows she can handle herself, not like overprotective Wes, who is doubting her and her skills.
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So, this book sees Tara heading for Wood Point Academy (and no the name is not lost on me!!). This is a specialist school, and supposedly the best Hunter Training School in the country.

However, Tara wasnt ready for the shunning she got the first step she takes on Academy soil....for not being a pure blood Hunter.
Trying to ignore the whispers and words she trudges through her first week. Of course the obligatory blonde barbie bully and her cronies are there just taking every opportunity to make her feel worse than she is.
However, she meets two other "outsiders" - Logan and Cambria. Cambria is just a pure misfit, whereas Logan was last years new kid, but despite his good looks and intelligent, theres no clique to cater to both!

We meet the boy who saved Tara in the last book - hes called Alex, and he is assigned to train Tara every night and at the weekend. Hes not happy - he still sees her as a Dirty Blood, and Tara takes great pleasure in proving him to see WHO she is, and not what. Their relationship goes from hatred to almost a love relationship, but one that cannot be. Tara has mixed emotions about this, and its recalled really well.

And of course cant forget Miles - the hunter from the first book who turns out to be Leo's son - he too reveals as a mixed blood, but he is creepy. Calling Tara that he and her can rule and that he has a plan in the works.....and then he wants to meet her...

Of course it cant end well....
But what was the plan.....? And did he succeed in it?
Wesley is being promoted to be the leader of The Cause, so Tara is frustrated at not being able to contact him or see him....but when he shows up outside the Academys defense shield.....he reads Taras mind......and what had happened with Alex....
Something is changing in Tara too.....

One heck of a cliffhanger again, one that leaves one of the people Tara knows to be changed forever......
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As Cold Blood starts we find Tara off to Wood Point Academy where she will begin her Hunter's training. The welcome she receives isn't very welcoming at all as the hunters have all been raised with and innate sense of hatred towards Werewolves and considering she is a werewolf/hunter hybrid, well, she's even lower than them - not fitting into either world. Leaving Wes behind is harsh and with friends few and far between, she is struggling to keep her spirits up especially when her assigned trainer seems to hate her too....... But as she finds her footing she finds a couple of friends who will accept her for who she is, it's just a shame not everyone feels that way as Tara becomes the victim of bullying as she feels the hatred towards her. Wes's absence is really felt and forces her in a direction she never wanted to take, leaving her confused and missing life before Wood Point. Thinking she would be safe there was a mistake also as Miles steps up his campaign to have her in all ways imaginable and he tells her he has come up with a plan for them to rule..... but just how far he will go is any ones guess, but it's about to rock the Hunter's world to the very foundations.

I really liked the second instalment of the Dirty Blood series, there was no let up in action and drama only this time we are on the Hunter's side of the fence.
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