In Kristen Painter's Blood Rights, the first book in the House of Comarre series, she told us a tale that takes place in the future in Paradise City, New Florida. Chrysabelle was a comarré, a human hybrid bred for their vampire patrons, when her patron's found dead. On the run, she sought help from an unlikely source to clear her name and prove her innocence. Malkolm was a cursed anathema vampire, who was tempted to kill her. But due to Chrysabelle's blood rights, when he gave her blood, he owned her. They were both on the run against Tatiana, an evil vampiress who wanted to break the covenant for higher powers of her own. And she needed to get her Tatiana or her loved ones to do it. What a powerful story.
This was a fantastic futuristic urban fantasy novel. I did cared about Chrysabelle and her fight for freedom to clear her name. I did feel sorry that she lost a loved one, while she sought out knowledge. I didn't care for much for Tatiana and her minions. They gave me the creeps. Malkolm was an interesting sort, when you get to see him and Chrysabelle in action and sparks fly. The plot line of a future Florida was intriguing, when you get into this zone.
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