Golden Anidae

The Blushing Death #4

What can I say, I love this series! I have been lucky enough to be able to review this series from the first! Ms. Sabol ups her game with each novel. Dahlia is such a badass heroine who has it all, brains, brawn, and wit! With "Golden Andiae" we are introduced to some new characters and new settings. And as always with a Blushing Death novel, there is lots of action and who done it. Ending with the Blushing Death kicking ass! However, the ending left me with the need to read the next book to find out what happens next.

Thinking she has found a safe haven in Las Vegas, Dahlia Sabin is thousands of miles away from friends and family and her "Blushing Death" reputation. But she will soon find it doesn't matter how far you run, your past always catches up to you. While helping the local pack, Dahlia has uncovered a plot against all werewolves across the world. Once again the Blushing Death will have to come out and play. Dahlia will do whatever it takes to protect those that she loves, even at the cost of her own life.

Blushing Death Series:

Book One- A Pool Of Crimson

Book Two- Midnight Ash

Book Three- Sliver of Silver

Book Four- Golden Anidae

Book Five- Black Dalliances- (May 2014 )


Book Blurb for Golden Anidae

Thousands of miles from home and the people she loves, Dahlia Sabin has found a safe haven in Las Vegas. But no matter how hard she tries, she can’t escape who and what she is, the Blushing Death. Word of her arrival gets around fast and Dahlia is thrust back into the world of shadows and death with the scent of vampire lingering in the air.

While searching for her missing friend, Dahlia uncovers a conspiracy to destroy werewolves across the country. To protect the local Pack and the Pack back home, Dahlia must stop a renegade cop from killing the innocent and a vampire liege hell bent on possessing her. Dahlia confronts old wounds and internal demons that have shaped her from the beginning while defending her friends and her life. But home is on the horizon, if only she can survive the night . . .


Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2014 4.50