Tuesday, March 10, 2015

My Blood Runs Blue  by Stacy Eaton

Stacy Eaton - My Blood Runs Blue - Virtual Book Tour

Paranormal Romantic Suspense
Date Published: January 2015 by Nitewolf Novels
My Blood Runs Blue. Originally released in 2011, 
the 2015 version has been revised and re-edited.

“I’m still a cop, and my blood runs blue.” Officer Kristin Greene has always felt that 
something was missing from her life. Even though her job with the Fawn Hollow 
Township Police Department keeps her busy, she continues to feel as if there is 
something else out there she is meant to be doing. Kristin finds herself investigating 
a homicide where a young woman has had her throat ripped brutally out. 
As she begins to dig for the answers, she finds herself thrown into a world she never 
knew existed. When Julian and Alexander crash into her life, she finds herself being 
pulled into a love triangle that has been going on longer than she has been alive. 
Kristin in determine to figure out who they are and why they keep calling her Calista. 
Join Kristin as she fights to learn the truth about the recent murder, the two seductive 
men who have entered into her life and the real truth about herself in a suspenseful 
tale that weaves paranormal into to the realistic world of law enforcement.

Stacy Eaton

Stacy Eaton has been a full-time police officer since 2000. 
Her current assignment is as Detective of her small town department. 
She enjoys crime scene investigation; taking a passion in putting the pieces 
together to figure out the crime. She is also a business owner where she helps 
people get the awareness out for the causes they care most about. She is a 
mother of two, a son proudly serving in the United States Navy and a young daughter. 
Her husband is also in law enforcement. She is very much into photography and 
carries her Nikon Digital SLR with her almost everywhere, just in case.

4 Stars

Kristen has always known she was different, normal women can't bench press 250 pounds (unless they are major mussel heads) and they can't see and hear the things she can. Shes always felt something was missing, but it isn't until a brutal murder happens in her small town that she finally finds the answers shes always sought. And there is not one but two men ready to help her figure it all out.

First it's Her voice, then when he turns he sees Her, his long dead mate come back from the grave. It's her but she's also a bit different and Julian is determined to keep her safe this time around.

When he realizes what has happened Alexander knows he is getting a second chance at his love, this time he won't let her get away without making sure she knows how he feels and what he wants.

Kristen is a strong female lead which is something I definitely like she can do things on her own, but also knows when she needs help. She has good instincts and lets them guide her and when she wants something she doesn't let anything get in her way.

Julian is cocky and a bit too sure of himself at times, but he would do anything to protect those he cares about. Hes had so much guilt for so long for how he mated Calista to how he lost her that he will do anything to see everything turn out different this time.

Alexander was burned by circumstance, but he has learned from his mistake. When it comes to Kristen he tells her the truth no matter how difficult it might be for her to hear. He is also sweet and caring and would do anything to see his love happy, even standing aside if she picks another man.

We enter a world where vampires and half-breads exist and see how most of them work to hide amongst humans in order to just live their lives. And those that cause trouble are dealt with by vampire enforcers. We learns most things as Kristen does and while we see several POV's it's hers you connect with most and her journey into figuring things out that you go along with.

The story is interesting keeping you on your toes and I'm definitely interested to see where the story heads next!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you very much for hosting me and also for your review. I'm a glad you enjoyed it!