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A single drop of blood might hold the key to the fate of the magical world, and Aiden Teine must choose between his bond of love and embracing the power to defeat his enemies. Aiden’s adjustment to being the first vampyre fae hasn’t been easy, but his ties to warlock Thad Blackmoor prevent him from becoming a monster. With Thad, Aiden has a new family, a new purpose, and a A single drop of blood might hold the key to the fate of the magical world, and Aiden Teine must choose between his bond of love and embracing the power to defeat his enemies. Aiden’s adjustment to being the first vampyre fae hasn’t been easy, but his ties to warlock Thad Blackmoor prevent him from becoming a monster. With Thad, Aiden has a new family, a new purpose, and a new reason to live—though he’s technically undead. There’s one problem: Aiden’s control over his vampyre is weakening. He must learn what’s triggering his violent reactions before he surrenders to the creature within. To complicate matters, Aiden discovers his transformation might not be complete, and he fears what he will become. Aiden’s search for answers thrusts him into a frightening world filled with deception, new dangers, and apocalyptic visions. The part destiny intends Aiden to play could alter his relationship with Thad forever. If Aiden, Thad, and the entire magical community are to survive Icarian’s latest scheme, Aiden must interpret the meaning of the prophetic blood drop before it falls and ushers in the destruction of all creation—and the warlock he loves.


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A single drop of blood might hold the key to the fate of the magical world, and Aiden Teine must choose between his bond of love and embracing the power to defeat his enemies. Aiden’s adjustment to being the first vampyre fae hasn’t been easy, but his ties to warlock Thad Blackmoor prevent him from becoming a monster. With Thad, Aiden has a new family, a new purpose, and a A single drop of blood might hold the key to the fate of the magical world, and Aiden Teine must choose between his bond of love and embracing the power to defeat his enemies. Aiden’s adjustment to being the first vampyre fae hasn’t been easy, but his ties to warlock Thad Blackmoor prevent him from becoming a monster. With Thad, Aiden has a new family, a new purpose, and a new reason to live—though he’s technically undead. There’s one problem: Aiden’s control over his vampyre is weakening. He must learn what’s triggering his violent reactions before he surrenders to the creature within. To complicate matters, Aiden discovers his transformation might not be complete, and he fears what he will become. Aiden’s search for answers thrusts him into a frightening world filled with deception, new dangers, and apocalyptic visions. The part destiny intends Aiden to play could alter his relationship with Thad forever. If Aiden, Thad, and the entire magical community are to survive Icarian’s latest scheme, Aiden must interpret the meaning of the prophetic blood drop before it falls and ushers in the destruction of all creation—and the warlock he loves.

30 review for Blood Drop

  1. 4 out of 5

    Joyfully Jay

    A Joyfully Jay review. 5 stars With the title, Blood Drop, Flores neatly connects this novel to Blood Tied, the second book of the series in which Aiden and Thad met. Every time I read one of these books I do not think they can get any better and yet every single time, Flores proves me wrong! Blood Drop is edge-of-your-seat-can’t-put-down-reading and Flores manages to build tension and engage my emotions, as well as continuing to develop the plot of this already intricate series. For me, the chara A Joyfully Jay review. 5 stars With the title, Blood Drop, Flores neatly connects this novel to Blood Tied, the second book of the series in which Aiden and Thad met. Every time I read one of these books I do not think they can get any better and yet every single time, Flores proves me wrong! Blood Drop is edge-of-your-seat-can’t-put-down-reading and Flores manages to build tension and engage my emotions, as well as continuing to develop the plot of this already intricate series. For me, the characters have always been the stars of these books and Aiden is no exception. Aiden is empathetic and I think his ability to sense the emotions of others makes him more open to us. At no point does Flores allow us to forget the depth of the connection between Aiden and Thad, but we also understand that it is not only Aiden’s love for his boyfriend that drives his actions, but his love for the Blackmoor family as a whole. It is not just the fact that he refers to them frequently as “my family” that indicates this, but more so, the fact that he is willing to give up everything to save them. Aiden’s journey in Blood Drop is a dark one, taking him to an even more dangerous place than his vampyre nature takes him. Aiden sacrifices everything he is and has and he does this so unselfishly and readily that we cannot help but admire him. This would not be a Warlock Brother of Havenbridge novel without the cast of secondary characters we expect and Flores delivers, as well as one or two surprises. The revelations in terms of characters were not entirely unexpected, but I think that I was so involved with the story that I was caught up in the shock of Aiden and the Blackmoor family and consequently, I was overcome with the emotions they felt. Read Kirsty’s review in its entirety here.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    5 OMG PLOT TWIST Hearts! If you’ve read my reviews for the previous books in this series you know I am a huge fan. I love that we get the first books told from the Blackmoor brothers POV’s as we learn about their lives as warlocks and meet the men they come to love. Then we move into the second half of the series which are told by three different men who love one of the brothers. We get them in order; Mason/Drake, Thad/Aiden and Pierce/Kale. Now while I wasn’t a big fan of Thad’s book because h 5 OMG PLOT TWIST Hearts! If you’ve read my reviews for the previous books in this series you know I am a huge fan. I love that we get the first books told from the Blackmoor brothers POV’s as we learn about their lives as warlocks and meet the men they come to love. Then we move into the second half of the series which are told by three different men who love one of the brothers. We get them in order; Mason/Drake, Thad/Aiden and Pierce/Kale. Now while I wasn’t a big fan of Thad’s book because his love interest confused me *facepalm on my part* I adored Aiden and couldn’t wait to get in his head. We’re blood tied. Nothing is more powerful than that. I love how vulnerable Aiden is in his book and how that vulnerability gives him the most strength. We know that Aiden is troubled by his vampyre side and doesn’t want to lose his fae side as it’s that which blood ties him to Thad. But Aiden is having trouble controlling the darkness that is his vampyre and that control includes the shift. Though Aiden and Thad keep it secret from the family, secrets are never kept long among the warlocks and they often lead to a bit of anger induces chaos. We know what’s up with Icarian so far. We know how far he will go to get all the crests he needs to become invincible. We know who he has used to get what he wants and that he doesn’t care about the consequence. We know he had a chat with Drake and told Drake what may come. But what we don’t know if who Icarian really is and the why behind all he does. Icarian could try to come between us, but he would fail. There is a lot and I mean a lot that happens in this book that had me yelling at my Nook while I read. I thought I knew a few things and even when I turned out to be right, the author still pulled some plot twists that had me gasping. This book was a wild ride full of mystery, romance beyond the spirit realm and the best magical scenes that really are cinematic. I want to type out all my feelings when it comes to this story but I can’t so I will try to stay neutral with it all and maybe just fangirl over Aiden? Really though, the dude is amazing. From the beginning when Thad saved him from a banshee, to him fighting in the otherworld, to the shit his dad pulls, to becoming a freaking fracking Vampyre... Aiden Teine, the rejected fae Prince of the Otherworld, beloved of warlock Thaddeus Blackmoor and member of the Blackmoor family has gone through more than any being should have to in one lifetime. Yet what does Aiden do? He still fights for what is right, for what will save the family he’s come to love and what he has to do to remain by Thad’s side forever. Something was coming, and it was worse than anyone could imagine. Goodness. Flores put my heart through a bit of angst in this one and gave me beautiful scenes of the ultimate sacrifice for love. Seeing what Aiden can become, what he does become and how that is all twisted around is what makes me such a fan of this series. It may all seem so simple on the surface but what we see isn’t always the truth when magic is involved. I like that we got the Blackmoor family in this but it didn’t focus on the brothers as much considering all Aiden had to do… Aiden is on a hero’s journey though the outcome may be prophesied, prophecies are nothing when it comes to what the Blackmoor Warlocks do for those they love. Their love for us gave them the power they needed. What if it’s their love that causes them to tap into magic beyond their control? What if that power begins to control them? Ack I know. I am talking in circles and making zero sense. I have to say the deal with the Warlock Hag was outstanding. I thought it could be with a glimpse into the robe but when we get the reveal, I had the same reaction as Aiden. Gerald Wa… blah. I’ve not been a fan for a few books now and I stand on my side of giving the dude the bird. Really? Who turns their girlfriend into a vampyre and blames everyone but himself for doing it? The other protector covens still rub be the wrong way with their “but the Conclave said we can’t” deal and their perchance to weasel out of things unless the shit really hits the fan. They bug me and yet I want Adam Proctor to get his own book because he pulls at my heart for oh so many reasons. Blood Drop, another title in this series that really has its own story within the romance. It’s foretold but its end depends on the love, trust and strength of one fire fairy turned vampyre turned… oh what? Thought I was going to tell you what else happens to Aiden? Nope, not gonna but it’s kinda amazing. This is a story where love triumphs evil. Where the fiery passion between a fae prince and a man who should be as cold as ice beat the odds. Where power can be all consuming and corruptible unless the love of family comes first. “I love you, Thad. Please don’t forget that.” “I could never forget you. I love you enough for the both of us.” What? What did I just say? I dunno but I loved the hell out of this book and am so freaking curious how the author will take the next book. Ahh the next book and my buddy Kale who belongs in my pocket. *sigh* I can’t wait.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Serena Yates

    As I pretty much expected, this fifth installment of the magically fascinating series around ‘The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge’ is told from Aiden’s point of view. Aiden used to be a prince of the fire fae, but events have fundamentally changed him, he has been banished from the Otherworld (the land of the fairies), and he is now the first-ever vampyre fae. He walks a precarious path, and his ties to Thad are pretty much what saves him from going off the deep end. So far, that is. Of course n As I pretty much expected, this fifth installment of the magically fascinating series around ‘The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge’ is told from Aiden’s point of view. Aiden used to be a prince of the fire fae, but events have fundamentally changed him, he has been banished from the Otherworld (the land of the fairies), and he is now the first-ever vampyre fae. He walks a precarious path, and his ties to Thad are pretty much what saves him from going off the deep end. So far, that is. Of course new threats soon surface, and Aiden’s control over his inner vampyre becomes tenuous at best – and the race to keep him sane soon seems impossible to win. Since Aiden is the one to tell this story, I had a front-row seat to the continuing battle for supremacy in the magical world, not to mention survival of the Havenbridge family. Old and new enemies abound, their newest tactics make victory seem less and less likely as events unfold, the secretive Conclave becomes positively hostile, and Aiden and Thad’s personal and relationship issues had me – yet again - glued to the pages. Seems to be a permanent situation with this series! Please find my full review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Elaine White

    Book – Blood Drop (The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge #5) Author – Jacob Z. Flores Star rating - ★★★★★ No. of Pages – 230 Cover – Gorgeous! POV – 1st person POV, one character Would I read it again – YES!!! Genre – LGBT, Paranormal, Supernatural, Magic ** I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK FOR MY READING PLEASURE ** Reviewed for Divine Magazine I've been in love with this series since book one, so I'll readily admit that I binge read all four of the previous books again, before delving into this one. I'm glad I did. Book – Blood Drop (The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge #5) Author – Jacob Z. Flores Star rating - ★★★★★ No. of Pages – 230 Cover – Gorgeous! POV – 1st person POV, one character Would I read it again – YES!!! Genre – LGBT, Paranormal, Supernatural, Magic ** I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK FOR MY READING PLEASURE ** Reviewed for Divine Magazine I've been in love with this series since book one, so I'll readily admit that I binge read all four of the previous books again, before delving into this one. I'm glad I did. The story is deceptively intricate, flowing through all of the books and always connecting to the smallest details, that running through all of the previous books really helped me remember all the minute detail and the cleverness of the plotting and how it was all woven together. I'm honestly in such a tailspin, after finishing the book that I have no idea where to start. Aiden is a brilliant character and I loved getting to delve into his head, for the first time. This is another piece of genius by Flores, because although I would have had no problem dipping from one brother's POV to the next and then back again, I love that the boyfriends get their own say. Because each one is just as important to the story and the brothers as the rest. I love that each book has its own journey, despite them all weaving together into one mass plot. I'll admit, I was crying even before 20%, because the way Flores can ladle in emotion through the words and actions of his characters floors me every time. Aiden is such an emotive character, to begin with, being able to sense the true emotions of those he's with, that seeing it all from his side was heartbreaking. And it wasn't the only time. I think I must have cried about 4-5 times throughout the whole book. The start of the story, with the bar events, really got things kicked off with a bang. I loved the natural responses of the boys to the homophobic threat and how they eventually handled it. They're all kegs of gunpowder at the best of times, with a spark just about to set things off. The way that singular event spurred so much chaos was so clever. I loved that it brought Aunt Millie back into the picture and how it led to us learning even more about Aiden. The change in him and the twist of that change occurring and what it meant, made me very excited to read what was to come. It really labelled him as a force to be reckoned with. At the same time, I love how the boyfriends got together and shared the big secret. It was great to see them working together as seamlessly as the brothers do. When Drake confided in Aiden and Kale, it really showed how much of a family they had all become to each other. The badassery that I've become so used to seeing from the family really amped up a thousand notches in this book. No one messes with their family, the way that happened here, and when they do, you just know there will be hell to pay. I loved that you got to see how everyone reacted to the situations differently, yet all through the all-seeing eyes of Aiden, who could read their hidden emotions. It made the tough times even tougher and the sad times even more heartbreaking. I will admit that I'm thrilled that my suspicions over who the Warlock Hag and Icarian really are were right on the money. That's thanks to the clever plotting and the many hints and slips that Flores gave us throughout the series. I also love the repercussions that followed, the logical and emotive responses as the truths were revealed and the way that everything came together. While the small plots hadn't really made a lot of overall sense throughout the books, this one answers all those little niggles that had bothered me about the Why and the Who and the When. There's really only one question left and it was only presented at the end of this novel, so I have high hopes that the next book – Kale's POV? – will answer it and let us know if there are more tales to be told from Havenbridge. I'd certainly like to think so. Overall, this book is just choked full of excitement, action and revelations that tore my heart out. When I finally realised what the title meant, it was like an emotional bomb going off. Talk about explosive! I never knew that two words could destroy me the way “Welcome back.” did. They gutted me. And then to read the last words of the book “You've got it, my liege.” I was filled with so much giddiness that there are no words to describe it. Perfect doesn't even come close. Any negatives? Nope. There was a single mislabelling of a character right at the beginning (it said Thad then, a few pages later, said he hadn't arrived yet) but that is nothing in the grand scheme of things. For an advanced copy, ONE single mistake is a miracle. There was not one other thing I noticed wrong with it. There are very few books I can say that about. My hope is that Kale will be next to get his POV, as the boyfriends seem to be getting their say in the same order they appeared in, which is awesome. But I can't lie – I really would love to see stories for Elliot and Adam. Even if they were shorts or side stories or just freebies, I'm totally intrigued by both of them and would love for them to get their happily ever after. It would be great if they could find someone who understood them. ~ Favourite Quotes “I shouldn’t be here anymore. The family didn’t trust me, and Mr. Blackmoor couldn’t even look at me. I had to leave on my own. If they threw me out, I’d never recover. “I’ll go.” Mr. Blackmoor spun around and pointed at me. “Move one inch and I’ll knock you upside your head with my fist.” He held up his clenched hand, which had turned into solid rock. That would definitely hurt even me, so I remained where I was as Mr. Blackmoor marched toward me . When he got within striking distance, I flinched, awaiting the blow I deserved. Instead, he wrapped his arms around me and held me tight.” “I love you enough for the both of us. Just you wait and see.” “Thad, his brothers, and the protector covens stood a few feet away, outside a field of golden energy Gerald had erected around us. “Hold on!” Pierce shouted as he pounded upon the barrier. “That’s right.” Mason kicked and punched. “We’re coming.” Tears streamed down Thad’s cheeks. “Don’t you give up, Aiden. I love you.” And I loved him. Seeing the fear etched across his pallid features made me want to reach out and comfort him . I’d take him in my arms, lay his face against my chest, and let the beating of my heart soothe him as I stroked his hair and told him everything would be all right.”

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rainbow Gold Reviews

    10/10 Pots of Gold (100% Recommended) - Compares to 5/5 Stars Bethany received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This review was originally posted on rainbowgoldreviews.wordpress.com I have been a huge fan of this series since I read book one when it first came out back in 2015, and couldn’t wait for the next one. After reading book one I assumed it would just be three in the series, each book for each brother. So when I heard that there would be more in the series, I was b 10/10 Pots of Gold (100% Recommended) - Compares to 5/5 Stars Bethany received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This review was originally posted on rainbowgoldreviews.wordpress.com I have been a huge fan of this series since I read book one when it first came out back in 2015, and couldn’t wait for the next one. After reading book one I assumed it would just be three in the series, each book for each brother. So when I heard that there would be more in the series, I was beyond ecstatic. After I finished each previous book, I wanted the next one. After finishing this one, though, I feel like we might have come to the end. While I do not know what Jacob’s plans are for this family, if this was the last one I can honestly say it was a perfect ending. It was like game 7 in the world series, the build-up sometimes leaves you cussing a bit, but the end is that kickass trophy, that makes all the hard times worth it in the end. I have loved all the books in this series, but I can say without a shadow of a doubt that this one takes the cake. This book takes everything from books one through four and finally ties everything together and provides closure. Things are revealed that left me in utter shock and some things came to light that I started to figure out in previous book. But it was one hell of a thrill ride finding all these things out. Like I previously said in my review of ‘Blood Tied’ which was Aiden and Thad’s book, I didn’t want to like Thad, but he quickly became one of those characters that you just want to hug, even though it might not be so welcomed. LOL. But I fell in love with him and Aiden so hard by the end of their book that I might have squealed a bit when I read the blurb for this. Aiden is the opposite of what I had in mind for a fairy prince, which just goes to show that you should never make assumptions about anyone, even book characters. These two hold a special place in my heart from book two and it is no different in this one. I so enjoyed watching them love each other so fiercely that they both would be willing to sacrifice themselves, if it meant saving the other. The lengths that these two went for each other and their family was breathtaking to watch. And that’s the other thing that I have loved in each of these books. The family aspect of it, yes there are times when they argue and fight, but you know that they will always have each others backs in the end. So even though the focus is on Aiden and Thad, it truly is a team effort with the entire cast of these books. It has always been fascinating to read the different character’s POV in each book, how Jacob is able to give voice to each of these men is pure brilliance. I could go on and on about how much I love this series, but here is the thing if you are reading this you probably fall into two camps. One: you have read the first four and just can’t get enough like me. Or camp two: you have yet to read these and are wondering if you should start. My advice. YES. Start, but do me a favor and start with book one. Please, please, please don’t think you can start anywhere other than book one. It must be read in order to completely understand what is going on. I highly recommend this series and I think you will love them as much as I have. Oh and Jacob, PLEASE I need more.

  6. 4 out of 5

    VVivacious

    A ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords Review. This review can also be found here. Aiden Teine hasn’t completed his transformation. Now, what does that mean, hell if I know or even if Aiden knows for that matter? But things are definitely happening in Havenbridge, as Aiden is assaulted by a coven (can we call them that) of vampyren, an oracle and a soulquake in that order, all telling him something but what exactly, is unknown. But in this world of unknown be ready to join Aiden and his family as they A ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords Review. This review can also be found here. Aiden Teine hasn’t completed his transformation. Now, what does that mean, hell if I know or even if Aiden knows for that matter? But things are definitely happening in Havenbridge, as Aiden is assaulted by a coven (can we call them that) of vampyren, an oracle and a soulquake in that order, all telling him something but what exactly, is unknown. But in this world of unknown be ready to join Aiden and his family as they unravel the Prophecy of the Three. Oh! God, hands down favourite book of the series yet. This was amazing. I have no idea but recently I have been having a string of super-duper luck when it comes to books. Everything that I have been reading has all been so good. I feel like Midas. Okay, now let’s get things back on track, this book is amazing. I had no idea that this book would be from Aiden’s perspective, like none and I am glad I didn’t know because I am pretty sure that knowledge would have led to certain preconceived notions, none of which would have been true. Well my first notion would have been that this book isn’t from the perspective of a Blackmoor and Drake doesn’t count he has been in that family since we have known that family, but this would not only have not been from the perspective of Blackmoor but would have also been from the perspective of a vampyre fae. And frankly, I didn’t even know if I liked Aiden but if I was ever in doubt about my feelings for Aiden, I ain’t in doubt anymore. I love Aiden. God, this book was a rollercoaster of epic proportions and the reason I think this book worked so well was because it was from Aiden’s perspective and also because for a certain time of the book we are away from the Blackmoors (well, not true but you don’t know that yet or you do), so it was amazing getting the views of a creature as complex as Aiden, is and becoming, on the magical world and on the Blackmoors because can I just say that the time away from the Blackmoors really puts things in perspective and when we finally get back to them it is amazing to see them work together like amazing, that scene with them fighting Icarian, epic like I loved the fact that we got a third perspective on what was happening to truly appreciate the importance of that moment, epic. The romance in the book does slow things down especially in the beginning, so that is a little annoying but when the ball gets rolling, it is amazing. There is so much happening in this one, so much being revealed and explored and ending and so much to celebrate, this one was epic and I really just can’t wait to see where this story goes next. Cover Art by Paul Richmond. The cover features Aiden, now Aiden would be a hard character for anyone to depict what with him being a fae prince and a fire fairy and a vampyre and a... you will have to read the book to figure that one out but I think the cover does him justice.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Morningstar

    Book & Author: Blood Drop b Jacob Z. Flores Rating: 5 stars I loved this book! The complex emotions that played a huge part in the storyline, the action, the intricate world that he built with magic, and supernatural creatures that are unique all together gave me a story that I did not want to put down. Aiden was this deeply emotional character who reminded me of the brooding type, but he would literally do anything for Thad. Protect him and his new family with his life. I fell for this character Book & Author: Blood Drop b Jacob Z. Flores Rating: 5 stars I loved this book! The complex emotions that played a huge part in the storyline, the action, the intricate world that he built with magic, and supernatural creatures that are unique all together gave me a story that I did not want to put down. Aiden was this deeply emotional character who reminded me of the brooding type, but he would literally do anything for Thad. Protect him and his new family with his life. I fell for this character so easily. He was deep yet simple to understand. The moment with Thad’s father was beautiful and everything. It’s sometimes the small things that have a big impact. Thad was quiet and in-love and smart and so protective of his mate, Aiden. Now the whole story was told from Aiden’s POV so we don’t get to “know” Thad as deeply as we do Aiden but that was fine, this was Aiden’s story. It centered around him and his vampyre fae being and abilities. The story had many layers, many players, but ultimately is landed all on Aiden. I freaking loved the surprise character, but I had already been leaning that way right before the reveal, not much more though. I loved seeing all the guys together, working toward the single goal to protect themselves and save the world. There are no words for the story that this author weaved and how much I loved it. It is definitely one that I will go back and read again from the start of the series. If you’ve never read this author, you are missing out. *I received a copy of this book through http://diversereader.blogspot.com/*

  8. 5 out of 5

    ItsAboutTheBook

    Review can be read at It's About The Book Aiden Teine and Thad Blackmoor are still together in spite of all the problems they face. Aiden isn’t exactly well liked by the local paranormal community what with being a vampyre and all. And maybe he’s some kind of super powered vampyre? Great. Just great. And of course not everything is stable in Havenbridge. There are still killers out there. Magic still needs to be protected, and something is still very off with the Conclave. Actually, things ar Review can be read at It's About The Book Aiden Teine and Thad Blackmoor are still together in spite of all the problems they face. Aiden isn’t exactly well liked by the local paranormal community what with being a vampyre and all. And maybe he’s some kind of super powered vampyre? Great. Just great. And of course not everything is stable in Havenbridge. There are still killers out there. Magic still needs to be protected, and something is still very off with the Conclave. Actually, things are way more off with the Conclave than was previously suspected. What was up is now down and Aiden and Thad have to resolve the problems and save the day. This book was a mix of things I liked and things I didn’t like and mostly it’s spoilers in one way or another. I have to be purposely vague, but I am crazy proud of myself for seeing a couple of these things coming. Other things were major surprises. I don’t want to spoil either the book or the whole series, but I really had a lot of fun reading about all the… stuff. I’m really eager for the next book, as there’s some significant emotional drama and clean up that needs to happen in the Blackmoor family. Of course I can’t say why that’s necessary. It’s totally necessary though. Because reasons. I can actually talk about some things. In terms of the romance I was a little underwhelmed. I feel like Thad and Aiden started out a stable couple and ended a stabler couple. There wasn’t a lot of “there” there. I greatly preferred the overall story and series arcs, the reveal of the baddies and the not so baddies and the you thought they were baddies but they’re goodies. And some of the goodies I don’t know how I feel about it. This may make me incredibly morbid but I liked a lot of the tragedy and loss in this series. I like how that forces character growth. I liked the way certain characters grew. Now it’s sort of moot in some instances. I’m left feeling a little stymied. Wow, I’m sorry this is just a big vague ramble, but there are so many spoilers that will ruin everything in this book. If you’re a fan of this series this book is it. Read it! If you need to know you will get answers. Now I need to see how the fallout of those answers gets handled. And I still want that Proctor boy to get his own book. For reals.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lisa The Novel Approach

    Blood Drop by Jacob Flores is the first book I’ve read in the Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge series. As the last book, it speaks volumes to the author’s talent that the book stood completely on its own without a need to read the first four books beforehand. In fact, I was so engrossed in the story that I have already purchased book one. What I enjoyed most about this book was the world building. There are several types of paranormal creatures and beings in this book, and they all interact and pl Blood Drop by Jacob Flores is the first book I’ve read in the Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge series. As the last book, it speaks volumes to the author’s talent that the book stood completely on its own without a need to read the first four books beforehand. In fact, I was so engrossed in the story that I have already purchased book one. What I enjoyed most about this book was the world building. There are several types of paranormal creatures and beings in this book, and they all interact and play important roles in the overall scheme of the world they live in. The witch, wizard, and warlock families do not coexist peacefully, which added to the drama of the storyline itself. Throughout the book there were twists and turns which occurred at perfect intervals. Just as one problems seems to have resolved itself, another much worse problem crops up, leaving the reader flipping through the pages to figure out what in the heck would happen next. At the heart of this particular book is Aiden, a castaway fairy prince who had also been turned into a vampire and, as it turns out, has another supernatural entity he must embrace before the book brings itself to a rampant ending. The internal struggle of Aiden as he comes to terms with the warring instincts within him adds to the emotional punch of the story. His loving partner, Thad, is a rock that keeps him grounded and allows him to hold on to the one thing all supernaturals, in my opinion, cherish most…their humanity. In addition to the love between these two characters, there are family members of the other characters who make surprising appearances, as well as betrayals that tug at the heartstrings. A beautifully woven tale of love and suspense, Mr. Flores has provided a fast-paced tale well worth your time. In the end, I felt like I had come to the conclusion of what can only be described as an epic journey for these characters, and I look forward to going back and reading books one – four to see how they all arrived at the place where I met them in this book. I did see the books are available as a box set on Amazon, so if paranormal is your thing, this is well worth your investment of money and time. Well done, Mr. Flores. A highly enjoyable read. Reviewed by Taz for The Novel Approach

  10. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Bookers

    This is the fifth book of the series and the first time I have read this author. Even though I have not read the first four, which I strongly suggest you do, it was a very good fantasy book. I felt lost and had to keep going through the beginning of the book because there is a list and descriptions of all the characters. I did find the list helpful. I am excited to read the series from the beginning and to see this world or worlds from the beginning. Aiden is a fire fae and former prince of his w This is the fifth book of the series and the first time I have read this author. Even though I have not read the first four, which I strongly suggest you do, it was a very good fantasy book. I felt lost and had to keep going through the beginning of the book because there is a list and descriptions of all the characters. I did find the list helpful. I am excited to read the series from the beginning and to see this world or worlds from the beginning. Aiden is a fire fae and former prince of his world. Then Aiden got turned into the first vampire fae and was cast out of his world. Aiden struggles with his new vampire being and is trying not to give into the desires of that first drink. Thad is Aiden’s boyfriend and true love. Thad is an ice warlock and does a really awesome job keeping Aiden at bay with his thirst. But will it be enough? Thad has to help everyone realize they can’t be discovered by the human race or they will all be hunted. There are so many characters that make this book enjoyable yet confusing because I have not read the other books. Will there be a happy ending for Aiden and Thad? Will Aiden give in to his thirst and alter the magical community? How will his love for his warlock affect his decisions? These are the answers I enjoyed reading, and I hope you do too. ***The ARC was provided by Dreamspinner Press. My review is an honest opinion of the book ***

  11. 5 out of 5

    Morgan Skye

    I think this book may have just jumped the line and became my favorite in the series! I absolutely adored book one and haven’t felt that strongly about the next two – though they are all realllllly good – but this one? Yeah – super awesome and amazing! It literally has everything a great story needs. Super fantastic magical powers? Check. Super crazy villain? Check. Super romantic story? Check. Unbelievably tense action? Check. Stress and struggle that ends in a way that blew my mind? Check? A Ha I think this book may have just jumped the line and became my favorite in the series! I absolutely adored book one and haven’t felt that strongly about the next two – though they are all realllllly good – but this one? Yeah – super awesome and amazing! It literally has everything a great story needs. Super fantastic magical powers? Check. Super crazy villain? Check. Super romantic story? Check. Unbelievably tense action? Check. Stress and struggle that ends in a way that blew my mind? Check? A Happy Ending? Well…. Mostly check. Cute nicknames… Your Highness… check! Jacob clearly leaves the ending up for more stories to come – our boys have evolved quite a bit but there’s a lot of danger in the world so…. In any case – if you’re a fan of this series you will gobble this up! If you haven’t started the series – go do it – this isn’t a standalone. Though I’d call the series YA or NA – it doesn’t feel like that – it just has some younger characters. Though it’s probably cliché – the ending was my favorite. The epic battle – the sacrifices – the epilogue – I totally cried like a baby. Highly recommended to fans of the author, the series and to anyone who loves magic! 6 of 5 stars

  12. 4 out of 5

    CB

    Loved this series as much the 2nd time as the 1st time (a 4th and 5th book came out so I needed to re-read the whole series -- yum!). I thought there would be more angst between the brothers but they actually love each other very much and that made me appreciate the books even more. Very unique story lines in each of the books with sexy and engaging characters.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Phoenix

    The Conclave wasn't wiped out. The Witch Hag still lives. The Conclave wasn't wiped out. The Witch Hag still lives.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Dena

    3.5*

  15. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    Good addition to the series, enjoyed.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Janova

    4.5

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Dreiling

  18. 4 out of 5

    Anna T

  19. 5 out of 5

    Alec

  20. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Eisenthal

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shar Ah-la

  22. 4 out of 5

    Eric

  23. 4 out of 5

    Franzola

  24. 4 out of 5

    Akiraaomine

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tiuri

  26. 4 out of 5

    Love Bytes Reviews

    Reviewed by Marieke Aiden has been fighting his vampyre for a while now, fearing he’ll lose control over it eventually. Thad, the love of his life, or death in his case, knows but has confidence in Aiden’s strength. Together they’re keeping the struggle a secret from everyone, including their family. When Aiden confronts Drake about the secret he has been keeping, Drake tells him something that might jeopardize everyone and everything. Then Aiden is starting to get unexpected visitors who tell him Reviewed by Marieke Aiden has been fighting his vampyre for a while now, fearing he’ll lose control over it eventually. Thad, the love of his life, or death in his case, knows but has confidence in Aiden’s strength. Together they’re keeping the struggle a secret from everyone, including their family. When Aiden confronts Drake about the secret he has been keeping, Drake tells him something that might jeopardize everyone and everything. Then Aiden is starting to get unexpected visitors who tell him little pieces of the puzzle. The truth about why Icarian is after the Crests, about the Spell Fall and the change Aiden feels inside of him all hang together with Drake’s secret. Aiden has to fight for Thad, and their bond. Aiden was never my favorite characters in this series. He has a good heart, that’s for sure, but the way his vampyre needs to kill put me off. His arrogance from the beginning of Blood Tied was also a bit of a turn off, but in the end, he ditched the attitude. His love for Thad made up a lot. This story is written from Aiden’s POV, which made me hesitate to review this fifth book in the series. But boy, was I wrong. Aiden is all about love. His entire life revolves around Thad and his family. Even though they drive him insane sometimes, he loves them all. He’s smart and unselfish and warm, making him now one of my favorite characters in the entire Havenbridge series. He fights with everything he got, even if it means sacrificing the life as he knows it, to make sure Thad and the others are safe. Finding out the identity of Icarian was a bit of a shock, though the Warlock Hag wasn’t, well not THAT much. It’s really well written, but I did have a few minor points that were a bit unclear for me. I can’t tell them here without revealing too much, but let’s just say I’ll be bugging the author later with my question. Jacob Flores build a world full of magic and portals to other worlds. He did this with so much conviction that the most unbelievable things happen, without me blinking an eye about it. Even if a few of these things were either too complicated for me to follow without having to think about it for a bit– therefor losing the thread of the story a little or I accidentally skipped some bits, because I had a few “huh?” moments. That didn’t take away much of the brilliance of the story, though. The whole series has been planned out very well. Every bit of information is used throughout every book, and every story line comes back together in this one. Well done, indeed! I recommend this book for everyone who like fantasy, magic and true love. This book was provided for free in exchange for a fair and honest review for Love Bytes. Go there to check out other reviews, author interviews, and all those awesome giveaways. Click below.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Becca

  28. 4 out of 5

    Travis Wells

  29. 5 out of 5

    Stephan

  30. 4 out of 5

    Peter

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