Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
Rating: 4 cups
Dr. Anya Crichton is a forensic pathologist. She has been called in to testify against four brothers who are a menace to society. She needs to remain focused on the goal, but certain events are making it hard.
The Harbourn family is devoted to finding the loopholes to keep them from spending the rest of their lives behind bars. Their mother, Nolene, is a bad seed who keeps planting sicker things in her children’s minds.
Giverny Hart saw Dr. Crichton after being raped by the Harbourn boys. On the morning of her testimony, Giverny is found dead. Now, the boys are out of prison and on the loose once again. Young women are getting hurt or worse. It is up the legal system to find a way to put the Harbourn boys away for good. This becomes hard to do when certain people linked to the case are being murdered.
Is evil genetic or is it something learned? Ms. Fox raises a lot of good questions throughout this book. She really gives the reader more than just an intriguing story filled with mystery and suspense. More than once, I found myself gripping the edge of my seat when I thought the good guys were on their way to winning. Unfortunately, things are not always as they appear and the plot thickened. Bloodborn is one of those books where I became so involved with the characters that it seems as if the world disappeared for a few hours. If you love the adrenaline rush that comes with a good thrill, add this one to your shelf.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More