With her current relationship on the rocks, her father playing match-maker and her neighbor tossing his hat in the ring, the body count isn't the only thing on the rise. Maurin is neck deep in magic, mayhem and murder.
Can she catch the killer before the killer catches her? One things for certain, when hunting vampires there will be blood.
What I didn't like: Blood Bath seemed very short. That's not to say there wasn't a story but if you take out all the relationship problems, there's not much left. Maurin's and Aiden's problems seemed to overwhelm the rest of the story. I guess I wanted more story and less love life.
What I did like: The parts of the story that dealt with anything other than Maurin's love life were great. I have a soft spot for Cash but I'm not sure what his future is in the series. Ms Rawlings also introduced a new character and love interest for Maurin, Mason Hunter. He sounds like a better fit for Maurin, at least at this point. I was completely team Aiden since his introduction but his character has changed so much, and not in a good way, since Witch Hunt.
Reading the Maurin Kincaide Series is a bit like watching Game of Thrones, I'm afraid to like somebody because bad things then happen.
I will read the next in the series when it's available to see where this series is going. I love the overall concept.
The pricing on this series is all over the place. The first book, at about 330 pages is $0.99. The second book at about 297 pages is $2.99. The third installment, Wolfsbane, a novella, is $1.99. Then there's a box set, which includes all three at $0.99. Blood Bath is priced at $2.99. I'm so confused!!