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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Break Out (Blood Hunter) by Nina Croft- Review

Title: Break Out
Series: Blood Hunter #1
Author: Nina Croft
Genre: Sci-Fy Paranormal
Rating: * * * *
Publishers: Entangled Select 
(Aug 14, 2012)
Paperback: 400 pages
ISBN: 978-1620612279
FTC Disclosure: ARC from Net Galley

The year is 3048, Earth is no longer habitable, and man has fled to the stars where they’ve discovered the secret of immortality—Meridian. Unfortunately, the radioactive mineral is exorbitantly expensive and only available to a select few. A new class comprised of the super rich and immortal soon evolves. The Collective, as they’re called, rule the universe.

Two-thousand-year-old Ricardo Sanchez, vampire and rogue pilot of the space cruiser, El Cazador, can’t resist two things: gorgeous women and impossible jobs. When beautiful Skylar Rossaria approaches him to break a prisoner out of the Collective’s maximum security prison on Trakis One, Rico jumps at the chance. Being hunted by the Collective has never been so dangerous–or so fun!

Blood Hunter
1. Break Out (2011)
2. Deadly Pursuit (2011)
3. Death Defying (2014)

As a lover of both paranormal and sci-fy, picking up this to read was a no brainer. Who would have thought to combine vampires with space aliens. I love the characters, Rico and Skylar. Their personalities were funny and vivid. The action was ongoing and didn't let up. In fact once I started this book, I was unable to put it down. Croft created a fascinating world that I can't wait to revisit in Deadly Pursuit.

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