Paperback - 2015
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Vance Ehecatl was raised with every luxury he could imagine in a beautiful greenhouse within the powerful empire of Midnight. Vampires are the only guardians Vance has ever known since he was abandoned by his shapeshifter family as a baby quetzal, and he is grateful to them for generously providing for all of his needs. When an act of violence forces Vance from his sheltered home, he is startled to meet Malachi Obsidian, a fellow shapeshifter with conflicting ideas about Midnight and its leader, Mistress Jeshickah. Malachi claims Vance is a bloodwitch, who Jeshickah and her trainers, Jaguar and Taro, are trying to control. Vance doesn't know anything about the rare and destructive magic Malachi says he possesses, and he can't believe Jeshickah would use it to hurt others. But when his friends begin falling ill, Vance starts to realize his perfect world may not be as flawless as it seems. Now Vance must decide who to trust--the vampires he's always relied upon, or the shapeshifters who despise them.
Published: New York :, Ember,, 2015.
Edition: First Ember edition
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9780385743044
Branch Call Number: YA ATW
Characteristics: 281 pages ;,21 cm.
Alternative Title: Blood witch


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Feb 19, 2015

Kind of middle of the road. It has Jagaur as a man character and I feel like after the first few books in the vampire series, he's lost his "umph". Compared to ALL her other books, this really let me down.
I wish she'd return to a more - demon in my review, style.
It's also REALLY slow in the beginning. Because of (at one point) being friends with the author, I forced myself to read the whole thing. About half way through the book it picks up. I'm hoping when the second book comes out, it'll be more interesting and more to the point.


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