Blood Kin has a different set of lead characters than in the first book in the Half-Light City series. When I got the book I thought it was a continuation between Lily and Simon as the blurb didn't really say. I felt that the two stories were similar in there writings and how the plot followed. I was expecting repeated characters but was happy with the small parts Lilly and Simon played in this book. Holly has a lot of spunk and I enjoyed the female being the one on the wrong side of the law. Guy and Holly have great chemistry together and the action was well written. Ms. Scott has created a world and characters that are interesting, likable, and with enough sass to keep me entertained. I am interested in knowing what characters she will introduce next.
Holly has had a hard life. She was abandoned by her father for her half fae magic. When her father walked out it left her mother useless, so Holly learned how to fend for herself. She has made herself into a good spy. It may be a bad idea to be on the wrong side of the law but it pays her very expensive bills. On a mission one night she literally falls into Guy Ducaine, a Templar Knight and the very brother of the man she is spying on. Guy is keeping his brother’s wife safe when Holly falls into his arms. The duo strike an easy truce to work together to accomplish both of their jobs. Sparks fly from the moment they first touch. But will the two be able to look past the lies and danger and find the love they have both come to feel.
Half-Light City Series: Shadow Kin- Book 1 | Blood Kin - Book 2
In the Half-Light City, tensions are rising. The night hides many secrets. And when a holy knight meets a half-Fae spy, uncovering secrets might save their lives. Or change them forever.