The Blood Scion

The Blood Scion

Nazarea Andrews / Feb 19, 2020

The Blood Scion I was just a reporter trying to stay ahead of my student loans I knew the rules and I followed them I thought I knew how the world worked humans lived their petty little lives in the safety of the s

  • Title: The Blood Scion
  • Author: Nazarea Andrews
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  • Page: 141
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  • I was just a reporter, trying to stay ahead of my student loans I knew the rules, and I followed them.I thought I knew how the world worked humans lived their petty little lives in the safety of the sun We loved and fought and when the sun sank we scurried behind our walls and lived in fear That is when the monsters came out to play And even in the safety of the sun, wI was just a reporter, trying to stay ahead of my student loans I knew the rules, and I followed them.I thought I knew how the world worked humans lived their petty little lives in the safety of the sun We loved and fought and when the sun sank we scurried behind our walls and lived in fear That is when the monsters came out to play And even in the safety of the sun, we knew who ruled us The Houses And their Scions Everyone knows the great Houses and their Scions they are feared and loved and hated and envied They are the gods who walk the shadows and rule all of our lives They are salvation and death And somehow, I am one of them.

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        Nazarea Andrews is an avid reader and tends to write the stories she wants to read She loves chocolate and coffee almost as much as she loves books, but not quite as much as she loves her kids She lives in south Georgia with her husband, daughters, and overgrown dog.


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    1. The world is different now due to a ravaging disease called Brakken that caused millions of deaths. Vampires "came out" with a cure and medicine and saved humanity, but also took control of politics and enforced mandatory blood donations, among other things. There are many vampire Houses, some more powerful than others. Humans and vampires work for and within them, in various positions. Farley is a reporter for an independent paper. She discovers she is not who she thought she was and ends up be [...]


    2. You know when you read a book and you have a heroine you want to shake and all you’re thinking is: “oh, you pitiful beast, you should have done/said that! GAH!!”. You get annoyed with her because life seems to just happen to her and she’s just dragged along waiting for some or other alpha to save her from herself and you roll your eyes at her simple naivety and innocent ways. Annoying, right?Welp, I present to you Farley Hart. An h of such bad-assery that instead of yelling at my kindle: [...]


    3. The cover caught my eye, the blurb interested my mind, the story grabbed my imagination and wouldn't let go. I read this book non stop, I couldn't put it down.Farley is just a girl trying to make it through life basically unnoticed. As a reporter for a small time paper. When she is sent on a meeting unexpectedly her life changes drastically forever. She is faced with a position of great power and great danger. Thrust into the very world she hid from all her life the vampire houses. There is a fa [...]


    4. 4 ½ ★I came across this book through blog tour and it sounded like something I enjoy so I requested a review copy.I really glad that I did. I really enjoyed this book.It has action, suspense, romance some steamy smexy scenes and plenty of snarky humor.The beginning was a bit confusing since I have not read the prequel novella but this book had a glossary in the beginning that helped with that. As far as what house is what and what positions in the house and such. I think what I liked about th [...]


    5. You know that tingly, hair-raising feeling you get when reading a really good book?!?! Yea, I had that the entire time I was reading this book!!You don't necessarily need to read novella, The Scionless House, to understand this book, but the novella gives you the background on where The Blood Scion starts off. The Blood Scion starts off with us meeting Farley and that she has a surprise lunch that begins the change of her life.Farley is one hell of heroine!! I love her character. Where she comes [...]


    6. I am not goint to rate this book, because I'm a mood reader, and sometimes that means I'm not in the mood to read certain story. I am in the mood for some vampire/supernatural stuff and deliciously dark book thats passionate, sexy,and i did not find it here.


    7. ARC kindly provided from the publisher via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.3 stars!After reading the free prequel, I was looking forward to this one and it was good!I've mentioned before how picky I am when it comes to Paranormal, Historical and Fantasy which is why those genres are featured the least on my blog apart from my top favorites, I can't seem to find stories that captivate me.The Blood Scion certainly had a lot of good qualities. The story describes a world where vampires [...]


    8. I thought this book was good, but considerably too short in my opinion. I like it when it takes a little bit longer for the characters to develop. I never really felt like I got to know any of them well enough to so I didn't have any particularly strong feelings about any of them, with the exception of really enjoying Farley's slight bitchiness and take no abuse/ make no excuses kind of attitude. What I liked most, however, was the way the vampires were portrayed. They are so often over-glamoriz [...]


    9. I am totally in love with this new series by Nazarea Andrews. It is a fantastic spin on the life of Vampires and the humans they (sometimes) co-exist with. 15 years after Calissa Destantos, Scion to Cantelie House, announced to the world that not only was there a cure for the plague (Bracken) that was ravaging the world but that the people who could provide it were vampires, we are thrust into a world of intrigue, fear, passion, hate, suspenseally it has it all.The Blood Scion starts on an omino [...]


    10. Full review and more available at: oneguysguidetosp*****My Thoughts:"Because you lost something-everything. I trust people who've lost something. It means they know what things cost. They can't look at the world the same after that. They don't wear blinders, because those were ripped away when their world shattered. So yes- I trust you."As anyone who knows me will well-know, in my near two years of blogging, I have never come across an author as unique and imaginative as Nazarea Andrews. Across [...]


    11. First posted at Words Fueled by Love.There are 12 vampire houses which are the 12 vampire lines, each house with a patriarch and then a hierarchy of other vampires. Each house may include blood princes and/or princesses, blood knights, a blade, and a scion - the scion is a human that speaks on behalf of the house.The story opens with Farley, a human reporter who works for a small epaper. She covers the ongoing news with the vampire houses and the HRO who are terrorists against them. She is sent [...]


    12. I don’t even know how Nazarea Andrews does it. How she dreams up these vivid worlds that contain unthought-of danger, a unique level of paranormal, intense love, and absolute awesomeness, I will never know. I just wanna jump inside her head and take a peek one day but then I am sure my tiny mind would explode in all of her brilliance. It brings me joy that I have found her and labeled her one of my favorite authors.Did I love the novella before this? Yes! Did I love The Blood Scion just as muc [...]


    13. *ARC supplied for my honest reviewAfter reading The Scionless House I was really looking forward to learning more about this mysterious vampiric world Nazarea Andrews created. The Blood Scion definitely didn't disappoint.The story picks up from where the novella left off (You don't need to read the novella but I recommend you do) We meet a young lady by the name of Farley Hart who is propositioned by two vampires, Octavian and Sulla, both of whom are blood princes for their house. From here the [...]


    14. Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a tour hosted by InkSlinger.I had previously read the series' prequel novella "The Scionless House" and I extremely enjoyed it! But, I hadn't expected just how much I would love reading the first book in The Scion Legacy series!!!I actually liked everything on this book! The author's writing style, many of the characters and their personalities, the plot, the switch of the point of view between the protagonists in different parts of the book, which helped me [...]


    15. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for a honest review over on my blog (Pretty Little Book Blog) I have been dying to read this bookever since I finished the novella The Scionless House-- which first introduced us to this world and characters. This story picks up right where we left off, we see that an attack has happened and the tensions are high between humans and the vampires. We are also officially introduced to Farley and she is working as an reporter at a small time eZine and gets [...]


    16. I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Fifteen years ago, Calissa Destantos was the Cantelie Scion, the human representative of the Raven House.  When humans become infected by a plague named Brakken, Calissa told the entire world about the existence of vampires in order to keep both races from dying.  But she was a casualty of the strain between human/vampire races, and the Raven house has been without a Scion for many years.   A new Scion for Cantel [...]


    17. 4.75 stars!The Blood Scion is the first full length book in this a series by Nazarea Andrews and it picks up where the prequel left off. It's a fast read, coming in at just under 200 pages, but it's action packed and full of twists and surprises. I found myself fascinated by the story and eager for more when it was finished.The biggest surprise was Farley. She's human and really does not like vampires. She's a reporter and loves her job and when she's asked to attend a meeting an unlikely place, [...]


    18. First thoughts of reading first book was “Who is this girl and is her need for the story?” We’re immersed in this girl who’s just trying to stay ahead in life. Second thought was “Where’s Octavian?!” After I had those thoughts, I went back to what happened in the novella and was instantly glad I read it. Never in a series has it been crucial to read the prequel, but in order to fully understand this series, it’s a must! There’s no reiterating of why everything is happening. Goo [...]


    19. Let me just start off by saying, Go read the free prequel! It's not often that a prequel is needed in the understanding of a book, but it really is in this case. In fact, I'm a little surprised that they weren't just joined together into one book. The prequel is FREE though, so it at least gives readers a chance to check it out without risk.It's also a good thing I had read the prequel, because I didn't much like the beginning of Blood Scion. There's a lot of frustration and confusion going on, [...]


    20. Finding a good paranormal book can be tricky. The genre relies on the author's ability to describe things that are only in their own imagination, and in a way that is easy to understand and vivid. So it really can be hit or miss when trying out a new author.Nazarea Andrews isn't necessarily new to the world of writing. But she has been new to me in the last few months. And she continues to stay on my radar because she does paranormal right."The Blood Scion" follows the life of a normal, everyday [...]


    21. When I read The Scionless House I knew I was going to love this new series. It was a unique take on the vampire world but also had an Underworld tone that got me so excited.The Blood Scion starts off where the FREE (Yes, free!) novella ended, with Tavian and Sulla tasked with retrieving Farley, and it was obvious from the get go that this would not be any easy one as she seemed so dead against the vampires who'd save her world only to turn around with some hefty demands. I liked that Farley didn [...]


    22. ***I received a free copy for an honest review***Note: This review contains NO spoilersWhoa! That was intense! After reading the prequel, The Scionless House gave me a glimpse of the vampire house that this series focuses on. Now, in this first book, The Blood Scion, introduces readers to the new scion of this great vampire house and her journey this life.The novel opens where the prequel left off, this great vampire house that has survived without a scion has found one. This is her journey, as [...]


    23. 4.5 Starsthe run up to the release of this book I have been filled with intense excited. 1, because it was written by Nazarea Andrews. 2, because I haven’t read a truly fantastic Vampire book in so long!! And 3, because it just looked that good!As it turns out, that excitement was warranted. It’s been taking me a full week to finish a book (even novellas) over the last few months, but I absolutely devoured this book in just one night. I read this until my eyes hurt from how tired I was, and [...]


    24. Farley Hart's world changes in a matter of hours. Growing up with just her brother Farley's world revolves around her roommate and best friend, and her job as a journalist. Farley receives a request for a meeting with little information. Farley goes to this meeting only to find that she is meeting with a Blood Prince. It is in this meeting that her world is forever changed. Things she believed to be true are no longer. The only thing Farley can count on are Winston her brother and herself.The bo [...]


    25. An Awesome Read! 5 Stars All the Way!This is my first read by this author and I can tell you for certain that it will not br my last. At the time of reading I did not know that there was a novella, a prequel to this story and honestly not having read it took nothing away from the enjoyment of the read for me. I do fully intend to go back and read it now though it's called The Scionless House, just in case you would like to begin there. This book is so well written it really knocked my socks off! [...]


    26. The Blood Scion took me by surprise! There are several characters in the book that are very significant. The main ones are Farley and Octavian; I love those names, so old school! The chapters intermittently switch from her POV to his. The time frame is currant day but after a major plague has taken over most of the human race. The vamps had to interfere so their life force wasn't taken out completely! The only part that was confusing was trying to understand the hierarchy of the vampires houses. [...]


    27. I received and ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books*What I liked: the idea of a horrible virus destroying the world and the vampires saving it before the end. I did see a similar pattern on Julie Kagawa's "Immortal Rules" but that one is a different story.There are parts in the book, which seperate the double POV. That of O and Farley. There is a complex world building about the Houses and their classes, as also there is mystery and som [...]


    28. OMG I can't wait for The Scion's BladeThis is such a unique and fun spin on Vampires. They are divided in Houses and each have a Patriarch with Blood Princes and Princesses, the only thing The Raven House didn't have was a Scion, until now. Farley Hart is the Scion and Octavian is the Ravens Blade, I can't wait to see where the next book takes us. Hopefully Farley and O will find a way to be together! Seriously can't wait for the next book in the series! Eeeekkkk!


    29. I enjoyed reading The Blood Scion. There were a few times where it kind of seemed all over the place, but other than that I enjoyed the story and all of the characters. I really liked Farley and how she handled the situation she was thrown into and how her family and friends were there for her no matter what. Im interested in seeing what happens next in the series.


    30. **SPOILER FREE**Was completely taken by surprised when reading this book. Wasn't sure how I would respond with it. But I tell you what, this book will have you turning pages and glued to it right from the beginning! It's a well written story with well developed characters that gives it such an easy flow. A great book!*Received for an honest review*


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