Review: Blood Awakening, by Akaria Gale 2


3 out of 5 Stars

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I honestly wanted to read this book and enjoy it. With no background in the series, I found it very difficult to follow. I did enjoy the characters. Kissera is enchanting, and I look forward to learning more about her. I adored Lucifer, as he was smart, sassy, and all around fun. But I did find the story rather disjointed in some spots. Others were smooth and free flowing. Sadly, I could not finish the book.

Reviewed by Deviant Diamond


Kissera’s life has been in a downward spiral ever since an acid-spitting demon destroyed Midtown Manhattan. Bad turns worse when her companion, Angela, vanishes after a nasty argument. Vampire cops slap her with an ultimatum. She’s got seven days to prove Angela’s alive or spend a century in prison.

With time running out, Kissera turns to the infamous angel Lucifer for help. He’s more than willing to give her a hand if she’ll ride shotgun while he crushes a homegrown demon rebellion. It’s not a fair trade, but when Kissera discovers Angela is hostage of the coup’s leader, she’ll risk blood, body and soul to get her best friend back. Even if it takes her straight to Hell.

About The Author:

Akaria Gale lives in Brooklyn with her husband, children and a disgruntled cat. She is a native New Yorker, slow cooker enthusiast, hard cider advocate who occasionally finds time to write about the secret world right underneath our noses. One day she hopes to give winter the middle finger and become a beach bum.

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