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For three years, Leisha has worked hard to raise and keep Liam safe from the immortals' clutches. But when Leisha is taken, 20-year-old Samantha is faced with an enormous burden. The immortals and vampires are closer than ever, and she can't keep Liam safe while helping Leisha stay alive through their bond. Reluctantly, she turns to ex-boyfriend Nik for help, determined to For three years, Leisha has worked hard to raise and keep Liam safe from the immortals' clutches. But when Leisha is taken, 20-year-old Samantha is faced with an enormous burden. The immortals and vampires are closer than ever, and she can't keep Liam safe while helping Leisha stay alive through their bond. Reluctantly, she turns to ex-boyfriend Nik for help, determined to keep her heart closed this time. In this epic finale to the Blood Inheritance Trilogy, the ultimate battle between vampires and immortals erupts as they discover Liam's purpose as the prophecy child. But does his destiny truly bring both races together, or is there something much darker at work?


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For three years, Leisha has worked hard to raise and keep Liam safe from the immortals' clutches. But when Leisha is taken, 20-year-old Samantha is faced with an enormous burden. The immortals and vampires are closer than ever, and she can't keep Liam safe while helping Leisha stay alive through their bond. Reluctantly, she turns to ex-boyfriend Nik for help, determined to For three years, Leisha has worked hard to raise and keep Liam safe from the immortals' clutches. But when Leisha is taken, 20-year-old Samantha is faced with an enormous burden. The immortals and vampires are closer than ever, and she can't keep Liam safe while helping Leisha stay alive through their bond. Reluctantly, she turns to ex-boyfriend Nik for help, determined to keep her heart closed this time. In this epic finale to the Blood Inheritance Trilogy, the ultimate battle between vampires and immortals erupts as they discover Liam's purpose as the prophecy child. But does his destiny truly bring both races together, or is there something much darker at work?

37 review for Deliverance

  1. 4 out of 5

    Joana V.

    I've received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review 3.25* Full review: https://pepitamagica.blogspot.pt/2016... Review em português: https://pepitamagica.blogspot.pt/2016... (...) In this last book, we find the characters that we’ve already met in the previous ones and, considering that it was read almost a year ago and I still remember the plot and such characters reasonably well, I think I can consider them as being striking characters. Leisha (the vampire), Tafari (the immortal), R I've received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review 3.25* Full review: https://pepitamagica.blogspot.pt/2016... Review em português: https://pepitamagica.blogspot.pt/2016... (...) In this last book, we find the characters that we’ve already met in the previous ones and, considering that it was read almost a year ago and I still remember the plot and such characters reasonably well, I think I can consider them as being striking characters. Leisha (the vampire), Tafari (the immortal), Rinwa (their daughter who is also an immortal), Samantha (Leisha’s human servant and friend to the whole family), Nik (the vampire and the one Samantha loves), and the latest addition to the family, young Liam, son of Leisha and Tafari. Liam is the prophecy child, and he’s a being from another world that was born in a world of men. In short, it’s complicated. He’s a very clever, very complex and much older child than he appears. Liam knows everything there is to know. I particularly liked knowing Leisha and Liam’s true story, as well as the origins of the vampires and the immortals. Once again, Samantha shows an immense amount of courage, and a deep love for those that have become her family. Liam and Sam were my favourite characters, but Rinwa’s sarcasm and ironic comments were what lightened the book a bit. The part I least liked was the added violence, I just thought it was too much. The plot lost pace because the story was just fighting and running and fighting and running some more. However, as a final book, it seemed appropriate, even though I don’t believe that Samantha’s ending was the best, but that’s just me. About everything else (I’m trying not to give away much information), it was the probably the best ending for the characters. Maybe it wasn’t the one we were expecting or the one we wanted and were hoping for, but it still feels like it was the right ending. (...)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Aline

    I loved the conclusion of The Blood Inheritance Trilogy. Four years has passed. Liam looks much older than he really is and he's also intelligent beyond his years. I loved his personality. Samantha is not a teenager anymore and I liked her better in this book. I feel like she grew up a lot and I really enjoyed her interaction with Nick. I loved to see more of Rinwa on this book too, to know more about her skills was very interesting as it was to see a softer side of her. Leisha and Tafari relati I loved the conclusion of The Blood Inheritance Trilogy. Four years has passed. Liam looks much older than he really is and he's also intelligent beyond his years. I loved his personality. Samantha is not a teenager anymore and I liked her better in this book. I feel like she grew up a lot and I really enjoyed her interaction with Nick. I loved to see more of Rinwa on this book too, to know more about her skills was very interesting as it was to see a softer side of her. Leisha and Tafari relationship grew stronger after so many disencounters. Leisha proved in this novel that a character can become even stronger than she was. The writing was even better than before and the pace is fast, but in a way, that didn't affect the story or character’s development. Adrienne Monson found a way to make the pieces come together and the story to make sense. However, I think some scenes were not necessary (I don't want to spoil anybody, so let's just say there was a bit too much detail on the beginning of the book when Leisha was face to face with the Immortals.) I started the book hating one side and ended up hating the other even more, so I learned not to pick sides regarding this trilogy. I think that Mason was a little bit forgotten in this book. The conclusion regarding him was a little rushed, but I also understand the book was not about him and there was much more going on than Samantha's father, although I still have an unanswered question about him that I believe it should have been clarified. The revelation of the secretive favor Liam asked Samantha was very predictable to me. But on the other hand, the end was the opposite of predictable. I didn’t see that coming! Especially what happened to Rinwa. I kept looking back the pages to see if I had missed something. I wanted to cry. The end was a little unusual but I did like. I am glad that I had the chance to read this trilogy. Overall 4 Stars.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    I got this book without realizing it was the last story in the tribology. In the beginning of the story I felt a little lost, but it did not last. By the middle of the book I felt like I had read the other two parts of the story. I was amazed at how strong Samantha seemed in this story. Being the human servant to Leisha made it seem like she would not be as strong as she was. In the end she was the only one able to do what needed to be done to complete the series. I will be looking for more from I got this book without realizing it was the last story in the tribology. In the beginning of the story I felt a little lost, but it did not last. By the middle of the book I felt like I had read the other two parts of the story. I was amazed at how strong Samantha seemed in this story. Being the human servant to Leisha made it seem like she would not be as strong as she was. In the end she was the only one able to do what needed to be done to complete the series. I will be looking for more from this author in the future.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Daggett

    The last book in the trilogy was everything I hoped it would be! It was peddle to the metal the whole way, and kept me turning pages to find out what happened next! Very good books! I would recommend them to any of my friends.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Reagan

    This was definately a great book. I would recommend it. It had a great pace to it, and I think that it was an amazing way to end the series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angie

  7. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Johnson

  8. 4 out of 5

    Anam

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lex

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kelsy

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cabee

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    Kelley

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    Jim Vivinetto

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ava

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    Thelma Rother

  16. 4 out of 5

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    Sally

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    Melissa

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    Sonia Sangiorgi

  20. 5 out of 5

    Larisa Atkinson

  21. 5 out of 5

    Stacie

  22. 4 out of 5

    Deseray Stoner

  23. 5 out of 5

    Mark Ensign

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tiffanee

  25. 4 out of 5

    Linda

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    Teri

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    Wendy Rinebold

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    Amy

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    Zoe

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    Karen Pellett

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    Megan

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    Cindy Sheldon

  36. 5 out of 5

    Milos Mojsilovic

  37. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

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