Title: Lycan’s Blood Queen
Series: Randolph Duology Book 1
Author’s Name: Catherine Edward
Publisher: GenZ Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 395 Pages
Author or Book Website: Author | Catherine Edward
Link to Amazon purchase page: Amazon.com: Lycan’s Blood Queen (Randolph Duology)
Link to Goodreads: Lycan’s Blood Queen (Randolph Duology, #1) by Catherine Edward | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Aaron George Randolph, ruling King of the Lycans, is hell-bent on revenge for his mother’s brutal death at the hands of Vampires. But when a suspicious student takes up resident on his turf, he can’t help but be drawn to her despite knowing what she is.
Taken into custody by the ruling family of Brookedge, Mia’s life is complicated by the whole different world of mythical creatures living among humans. Now she must survive the impending civil war between old rivals, all the while learning about her true self and the power she holds. Torn between the nature of who she is and the overwhelming desire for the Lycan king, her choices are minimal.
What begins as vicious hostility changes into defying desire as Aaron and Mia are brought together by an unforgiving grudge that miraculously blooms into something unexpected that neither knew they needed.
With the war on the rise and a powerful enemy at the head of it, will their feelings for each other heal them in time? Or will they be forced to part ways and deny each other what was fated to be?
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I was not sure I would love this star-crossed lovers tale. I have seen them in the past and had my doubt going into this book. I have to say that Aaron and Mia were wonderful and complex characters. A story of love, discovery, old rivals, and plenty of twists. The story was well written and action packed. Mia is trying to discover who and what she is and meets Aaron along the way. But Aaron being the King of the Lycans and Mia being a vampire but something more draws a line in their newly discovered feeling for each other. There are other characters at play with there own thoughts and wants. I can’t want to get my hands on the next book.
My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars