Part 3 in Blood Hunters series
Time is a funny thing. You can fool it with spells and tricks but eventually it will catch up with you no matter what you do…
Can Sam survive this final challenge even though all odds are against her? And if she survives, can she bear the price she must pay for her freedom?
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What readers say about Redemption:
5***** Loved it!
I’ve been a fan of Jennifer Loiske since I picked up a copy of Club Number Five (Immortal Blood Series) which introduced me to Samantha and her crazy life. As I read Redemption (Blood Hunters Series), I felt like I’ve watched her grow up so much since that first book.
Curiosity started Sams crazy journey, and Redemption still showcases her youth as she struggles to hold onto who she is, even as she watches loved ones suffer.
J Loiske does a wonderful job of making you want to cry and shout, even as she makes you laugh. My emotions definitely ran the gamut thru out all of Sams books, and I hope to continue to read more (hint, hint), even though I know Redemption is supposed to end this series.
So, if you like books that grab and hold your attention, books that make you keep guessing what’s going to happen next, and books that are well written and flow seamlessly, definitely pick up Redemption!
“We didn’t need flashlights or anything, as we can see perfectly in the dark. Being a creature of the night sure has its perks.”
Redemption by Jennifer Loiske is an adventurous ride into the scary abyss. Samantha and the other cast of characters always manage to send shockwaves as their adventures unravel.
This paranormal series reads true yet the twists and the unusual occurrences caught me by surprise.
The author’s storytelling is enchanting, mesmerizing and unpredictable. There is a youthful quality that reminds me of being young and naive. I love the ease in which she tells a fictional story making the words on the page fly.
This was an exceptional addition to the Blood Hunter series. An ending I am sad to see coming though I am sure there is much more up her sleeve as her imagination tops the charts. And I don’t see the characters going away for good anytime soon.