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Caina is a Ghost nightfighter, one of the Emperor’s elite spies and assassins, and few enemies of the Empire ever escape her cunning. Yet all Caina’s wit and skill might not be enough to save her from a terrible fate. Sent to hunt down a cruel slave trader, Caina encounters something far darker. An ancient evil, a thing of legend and terror. A creature that wants to corrupt Caina is a Ghost nightfighter, one of the Emperor’s elite spies and assassins, and few enemies of the Empire ever escape her cunning. Yet all Caina’s wit and skill might not be enough to save her from a terrible fate. Sent to hunt down a cruel slave trader, Caina encounters something far darker. An ancient evil, a thing of legend and terror. A creature that wants to corrupt her, heart and soul…


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Caina is a Ghost nightfighter, one of the Emperor’s elite spies and assassins, and few enemies of the Empire ever escape her cunning. Yet all Caina’s wit and skill might not be enough to save her from a terrible fate. Sent to hunt down a cruel slave trader, Caina encounters something far darker. An ancient evil, a thing of legend and terror. A creature that wants to corrupt Caina is a Ghost nightfighter, one of the Emperor’s elite spies and assassins, and few enemies of the Empire ever escape her cunning. Yet all Caina’s wit and skill might not be enough to save her from a terrible fate. Sent to hunt down a cruel slave trader, Caina encounters something far darker. An ancient evil, a thing of legend and terror. A creature that wants to corrupt her, heart and soul…

30 review for Ghost in the Blood

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mary Catelli

    The Ghosts, book 3. Spoilers ahead for earlier ones. Caina is investigating slavers, and her work frees some and more importantly turns up documents. It also reveals that the slavers had sorcerous help. So, investigation begins. It involves Ark acting as a guard again, a jewel merchant and his daughter, a man who thinks his legitimate brother's wife did something to her husband, women being told that other people are holding them back, rich widows, a legend of a child-killing spirit, and more. The Ghosts, book 3. Spoilers ahead for earlier ones. Caina is investigating slavers, and her work frees some and more importantly turns up documents. It also reveals that the slavers had sorcerous help. So, investigation begins. It involves Ark acting as a guard again, a jewel merchant and his daughter, a man who thinks his legitimate brother's wife did something to her husband, women being told that other people are holding them back, rich widows, a legend of a child-killing spirit, and more.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tony Hisgett

    Again an enjoyable read, but the author seems to be repeating himself with yet another megalomaniac magic user. There was just one little thing, having just read the previous short story Ghost Light I couldn’t help wondering what happened to Caina’s Ghostsilver dagger she used to kill Cynoshard. She keeps coming up against people protected against her steel daggers so why doesn’t she keep it with her at all times. At the end of this book she obtained another Ghostsilver dagger, I wonder if she wi Again an enjoyable read, but the author seems to be repeating himself with yet another megalomaniac magic user. There was just one little thing, having just read the previous short story Ghost Light I couldn’t help wondering what happened to Caina’s Ghostsilver dagger she used to kill Cynoshard. She keeps coming up against people protected against her steel daggers so why doesn’t she keep it with her at all times. At the end of this book she obtained another Ghostsilver dagger, I wonder if she will still have it at the start of the next book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tjay

    Great story line - similar to Sarah J Maas' Assassin series, unfortunately it hasn't been proof read properly (by a human) with grammatical errors, many words in sentences out of context, and many sentences missing crucial words. It's a shame, as this is a really great series (so far) - but the poor English just distracts from the book. Great story line - similar to Sarah J Maas' Assassin series, unfortunately it hasn't been proof read properly (by a human) with grammatical errors, many words in sentences out of context, and many sentences missing crucial words. It's a shame, as this is a really great series (so far) - but the poor English just distracts from the book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Francis Chamberland

    Ghost in the Blood (The Ghosts Book 3) Review Dear Jonathan, another entertaining and outstanding book in the Ghost series. China is again at the top of her game taking on the most evil and ruthless people in this empire. A wonderful story of good versus evil, just one of many from Jonathan's pen (computer). Jonathan, you need to find a better proof reader as many of your stories contain simple errors. I highly recommend reading your adult stories to anyone interested in reading a great story. Th Ghost in the Blood (The Ghosts Book 3) Review Dear Jonathan, another entertaining and outstanding book in the Ghost series. China is again at the top of her game taking on the most evil and ruthless people in this empire. A wonderful story of good versus evil, just one of many from Jonathan's pen (computer). Jonathan, you need to find a better proof reader as many of your stories contain simple errors. I highly recommend reading your adult stories to anyone interested in reading a great story. Thanks again for the entertainment.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gabriella

    I love this series! Another amazing book that really ties well together magic of many forms, secret agendas and just action, so much action. Caina is not infallible which I love and the new characters brought in I really hope I see more of them. It is also nice to see underlying story arcs not being dragged out for books on end. Action packed, fast paced and definitely showing a very different side I struggled to put it down.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Caina kept watch for the "rest of the night," keeping an eye on the road and the sea. Later, Halfdan took her place at watch. Caina caught a few hours of sleep. Which is it? I am beginning to appreciate Caina more. She is able to outwit her adversaries, even though she does not have any magical powers other than being able to discern the ability in others. I enjoyed this story and was unable to figure out how Caina was going to be able to overthrow the evil sorceress until it actually happened. In Caina kept watch for the "rest of the night," keeping an eye on the road and the sea. Later, Halfdan took her place at watch. Caina caught a few hours of sleep. Which is it? I am beginning to appreciate Caina more. She is able to outwit her adversaries, even though she does not have any magical powers other than being able to discern the ability in others. I enjoyed this story and was unable to figure out how Caina was going to be able to overthrow the evil sorceress until it actually happened. Interesting characters. Good reading. I like how one book picks up where the last one left off. There did seem to be more violence in this book than some of the others. I think it may be because so much of it involved innocent humans, not supernatural beings that deserve what happens to them.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephen

    This series keeps getting better and better. The characters and story are very strong and you'll fall for them. The story telling by this author is great and you'll keep turning the pages. Great Reading Everyone! This series keeps getting better and better. The characters and story are very strong and you'll fall for them. The story telling by this author is great and you'll keep turning the pages. Great Reading Everyone!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jana

    Great series. Terrible editing :)

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mari

    More like 3.5 stars but I enjoyed it very much.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Rating: 4 stars.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    Caina, Halfdan and Ark are headed to Marsis this time, where an old enemy is heavily involved in trading slaves to noble houses. But it quickly turns out that the slave trade is far from the worst evil the group with the help of the local Ghost circle has to face: There is dark sorcery at work here, of the most horrifying and powerful kind that makes everything Caina and her friends have faced before pale in comparison. Another thrilling, fast-paced adventure with lots of action and a nice cast Caina, Halfdan and Ark are headed to Marsis this time, where an old enemy is heavily involved in trading slaves to noble houses. But it quickly turns out that the slave trade is far from the worst evil the group with the help of the local Ghost circle has to face: There is dark sorcery at work here, of the most horrifying and powerful kind that makes everything Caina and her friends have faced before pale in comparison. Another thrilling, fast-paced adventure with lots of action and a nice cast of supporting characters to help out - would be great to see some of them again in future books.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Mcgowan

    now its getting better the story and the he's not repeating himself to much, still script style writing but it's now getting longer in his discretion and also felt like I was feeling her pain and desertion at the end of the book. now its getting better the story and the he's not repeating himself to much, still script style writing but it's now getting longer in his discretion and also felt like I was feeling her pain and desertion at the end of the book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    I love this series. Didn't know what to expect at first, but it's very intense and keeps you on the edge of your seat. Love the twists, and Caina's strength. But that she STILL has that bit of humanity left in her that makes her vulnerable... in a good way. Great read. I love this series. Didn't know what to expect at first, but it's very intense and keeps you on the edge of your seat. Love the twists, and Caina's strength. But that she STILL has that bit of humanity left in her that makes her vulnerable... in a good way. Great read.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Caina reminds me of the television character in the show Alias. She always finds herself in these really bad situations with power hungry sorcerers who just want a piece of her. I had to finish this book in one sitting.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kim Osborn

    Terrific book I am in awe of your ability. The art almost put me off, but I would bet a lot of people would kick themselves if they pass on any of your books, I am so glad I read the first one, then I was hooked. Well done.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Darren

    Enjoyed this one. Nice use of ghosts, horrible villains. Climax seemed a bit rushed to me. The analyst ghost was awesome. Nice to get some story lines wrapped up. Loved the emphasis on necessity of forgiveness.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    Ahh, this is by far better than the first two books. What Caina had to face seemed to be impossible odds. The ending was incredible satisfying and left amazing closure for a certain character that I will not spoil. What a ride.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Trainor

    More progress on the Caina story, which was good, but still not matching up to the magic that was Child of the Ghosts. A quick read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Craig Parkinson

    excelent well paced and a cant put down book

  20. 5 out of 5

    Commentary

    I really like these stories for a quick and easy read. But there is really no excuse for not having a professional editor. It is just sloppy and distracting.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa Sharar

  22. 5 out of 5

    Styxx

  23. 4 out of 5

    T K

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mark Sullivan

  25. 4 out of 5

    Caree

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kiersten3

  27. 4 out of 5

    Freddiea

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christina Doyle

  29. 4 out of 5

    Raina

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kendal

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