Arc Review – Blood Promise by Danielle Rose

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October 31, 2017 by ceresbooksworld


Blood Promise by Danielle Rose

Book three in Blood series

Publisher: OfTomes Publishing

Publication date: October 31st, 2017

Source: eArc from the PR

Rating: 4 hearts




Careful what you witch for.

Avah Taylor never wanted to be a vampire, and now, her immortal life is at stake. When tragedy strikes, Avah is cast out of her vampire coven and embarks on a mission to expose the danger of the witchcraft that took her mortal life from her. Her journey takes her around the world, from Washington State to London to Russia, but Avah can’t run from a past deadly mistake that has come seeking revenge.

In this epic conclusion to the Blood Books trilogy, Avah’s questions will finally be answered, but only at a terrible price.


I expected this end forward, I really wanted to know what would happen to Avah, Jasik, Sebastian, Malik Jeremiah and Lillie and I’m absolutely not disappointed.

Many things have happened since the first book, Avah becomes aware of what has become of her and the responsibilities that come with it.

War is declared between the rogues and the rest of the world, Avah must find a solution to eliminate the threat and save the world.

The story is compelling, once we started the book, it’s difficult to stop, the characters are all endearing and in Blood Promise we discover new ones.

The relationship between Jasik and Avah remains the same, they are both happy and there is only one shadow to their happiness is the fact that Avah has secrets. I fully understand Jasik’s reaction, and I also understand Sebastian’s reaction. Moreover, the latter is a character that I appreciate enormously, even more than Avah in the end.

The races will have to fight together if they want to survive and Avah will find out who created the hybrids and why. All the questions we ask are resolved and the trilogy ends properly.

Danielle Rose was able to make me vibrate with this story on a background of magic, with vampires and witches, which in addition had scenes of actions and interesting fights.

Quick Word: A perfect last book for a magic trilogy.

About Danielle Rose

Danielle Rose holds a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from the University of Southern Maine. Currently residing in the Midwest, where she spends her days dreaming of warmer temperatures, when she’s not writing, Danielle enjoys pretending she lives in California, spending an embarrassing amount of time at Hobby Lobby, and binge-watching Netflix.

For more information about Danielle Rose, visit her website:


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