Book Review Vampire Debt by Kelly St. Clare

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Blood Trial (Vampire Towers Book 1) by Kelly St. Clare

The dice are rolled at midnight.

As the twenty-one-year-old heiress to the Le Spyre fortune, my life should consist of strawberry mojitos and golf carts. Right?

But I’m determined to forge my own path.

Desperate to escape the meaningless games of the rich, I flee my family’s estate.

Secret alias—check.
Place to sleep—uh, kind of?
Job—crap!

I’ve bitten off more than I can chew, but that’s the least of my worries.

My city is a giant board game. The players are supernatural— freakin’ vampires—including an overbearing crown prince whose unwanted attention could spell my demise.

Now, I must play their deadly game, or my grandmother and best friend will pay the ultimate price.

If you can’t get enough of books by K.F. Breene, Annette Marie, Shannon Mayer, CN Crawford, Leia Stone, Jaymin Eve, and Laura Thalassa then lower your fangs and step into Vampire Towers. You’re heading to Level 66!

This book contains sexual scenes, language, and violence.

This series is one you don’t want to miss. Seriously. I binge read this beauty and stayed up all night.

Book 1 ends when Basilia finds out her grandmother died. This forces her to come to the conclusion her revenge is coming. She needs to win the game to honor her grandma, because some secrets reveal a truth she did not expect.

I love how Basilia sides with “the help”. She wishes to give the Indebted more freedom and experiences. All this while facing with an angry Kyros, who battles his need for her.

The are a lot of turn of events, she find out the betrayal of Kyros. But that only makes Basi returning and stronger. With her own secrets and betrayals waiting.

I cannot wait to see how Kyros redeems himself after that one.

Seriously, great books you guys!!!!

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