The thrilling final installment of Chloe Neill’s New York Times bestselling urban fantasy series sees sinister sorcery advancing across Chicago, and it might usher in the fall of Cadogan House....
Since the night of her brutal attack and unwilling transformation into a vampire, Merit has stood as Sentinel and protector of Chicago’s Cadogan House. She’s saved the Windy City from the forces of darkness time and again with her liege and lover, Ethan Sullivan, by her side.
When the House is infiltrated and Merit is attacked by a vampire who seems to be under the sway of dark magic, Merit and Ethan realize the danger is closer than they could have imagined. As malign sorcery spreads throughout the city, Merit must go to war against supernatural powers beyond her comprehension. It is her last chance to save everything—and everyone—she loves.
Blade Bound was a great story with a good mix of magic, vampires, drama, undead life, fighting, and intimate scenes. From a marriage to a battle with a mythical creature the audience is guaranteed an interesting and captivating story. T
meaty and addicting
Merit and Ethan have had their ups and downs and have always come out on top but now they are up against some ancient magics that might just do them in for good.
Vampires, werewolves, sorcery oh my! What more could a girl ask for?
It is undeniable that Ethan’s and Merit’s love is a love that will survive the test of time...making it even harder to say goodbye to Merit, Ethan and crew. Neill has created a bunch of characters, primary as well as secondary characters, that have bloomed into life through her talented imaginings. Even though Blade Bound provides the perfect closure, this is going to be difficult to any Chicagoland Vampires’ fan.
Blade Bound is a meaty and addicting conclusion to the Chicagoland Vampires series. I abso-freaking-lutly, loved it.
I’m hopeful that even though Ethan’s and Merit’s story has ended that Neill will revisit this world with a spin off series.
My full review will be posted closer to publication date.
I received this ARC copy of Blade Bound from Berkley Publishing Group. This is my honest and voluntary review.