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From Romantic Suspense Mystery Romance and Fantasy Bestselling Author Nicola Claire comes a seductive and thrilling tale of vampires and vampire hunters in a world where love and trust are as dangerous and addictive as a Nosferatu's bite “You may not be aware ma douce but not all vampyre have a kindred some will live out their existence without such beauty in their lives I have waited five hundred years for you Vampires shapeshifters ghouls and magic users abound in a world where the Norms those humans without 35 Well this book was a disappointmentWhen I read the other book by Nicola Claire Blood Enchanted I said I must try everything by this author I absolutely loved that one And well I had really high hopes for this series I heard great stuff about it And boy did it disappointWhat I hated the main female character Luce was chopped She felt like she had different personalities she was either nice or a bitch or sarcastic or absolutely lovely Yeah a person can be all that but you can't say how much you love your friends and how great they are and then forget about them when view spoiler they die or are badly hurt hide spoiler

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Hose creatures she hunts want So in order to stay one step ahead of the enemy she has to let the enemy in In all his compelling seductive and delicious ways Sleeping with the enemy has never meant so much before But can she trust himFrom the urban streets of the city to the dark alleys and sinful bars that promise a wickedness a girl from the farm has never before been exposed to Lucinda gets drawn irreversibly into the dark side of lifeAnd if the Master of the City has his way she will always be his For eternit This book was recommended to me by my friend Leslie over at The Indie Bookshelf and I decided to make it my Halloween read Thank you Leslie for your recommendation I thoroughly enjoyed this bookThis book gives a very different spin on vampires and shapeshifters No they don't sparkle and there was no bad DNA in the mix but there is something very different about them When I first started reading this book I immediately thought of a blend between Jeaniene Frost's Cat and Bones and Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse with Kindred being their love child But that is not at all what this book is Kindred completely stands on its own in originalityLucinda Luce has moved to the city from the farm life with a challenge of hunting down rogue vampires; she is the hunter with attitude She is the best in her craft which grants her the attention of one sexy Master vampire Lucinda has special abilities with regard to the supernatural but she just doesn't know how special she isuntil she learns of her family history and a special kindred I loved Lucinda and her snarkastic attitude Whether she was afraid or not she knew to put up a brave front in order to survive but she is willing to take on whomever or whatever she has to in order to protect innocents from falling victim to the roguesbut why does she feel this pull to the rogue vampires and her want to protect the innocents Well that all comes to light when Lucinda discovers her family history and the connection with her supernatural abilities I laughed at so much of Lucinda's dialogue and inner monologue in this book The story is told in Lucinda's point of view but the writing really made it feel as though Lucinda was in the room with me telling me a story or just sharing the normal events of her abnormal dayor night as the case may be Michel is a hot and sexy French Master vampire who rules the city of Auckland New Zealandand he has a thing for Lucinda He wants to ensure Lucinda's safetyand a whole lot She is the light to his dark He wants to claim her as his own Well we know where that can lead but he really is very drawn to Lucinda however she is immune to a vampire's glazing abilities But the time they spend together the time Michel has to work his magic on Lucinda break down her resistance and try to win her to him But then there's Nero Lucinda's special friend and trainer The sparks between Michel and Lucinda are hot but Nero may just be the one to douse those sparksbut that's for another book There is the potential for a love triangle there and I honestly can't tell who I would rather see Lucinda with because I really liked both Michel and Nero I will say that something special happens between Michel and Lucinda but I won't tell you what it is I'm such a tease You'll just have to read the book and find outand DO read the book This book was action packed from the first page I was immediately drawn in and Nicola Claire has a uniue way of telling a story I envisioned one of those virtual reality thingies while readingI could see the characters sitting there in the same room as me while I watched the story play out with my eyes as I read That was a new and great experience for me I've seen movies play in my head before but I've never watched the story happening in the same room with me before HmmmI liked that experience The story has its own special vocabulary but the author helped me out with the terms in the story by supplying a glossary at the beginning of the book Is there romance in this book Yes there is with a few steamy scenes to boot The love scenes were a bit toned down compared to others I've read but they were steamy just the same You will be swooning and pining for your own MichelI may have just moved my Brit heroes to the side with a French replacementthere's possibly an inner world war coming on between my alpha males of choice after this one I give this book 45 stars and recommend it as a paranormal romance with a lot of action a great reveal and something different to offer the paranormalists out there like me Programmable Microcontrollers with Applications delicious ways Sleeping with the enemy has never meant so much before But can she trust himFrom the urban streets of the city to the Cryptography Demystified dark alleys and sinful bars that promise a wickedness a girl from the farm has never before been exposed to Lucinda gets Opportunities in Landscape Architecture, Botanical Gardens and Arboreta Careers drawn irreversibly into the Biofuels Engineering Process Technology dark side of lifeAnd if the Master of the City has his way she will always be his For eternit This book was recommended to me by my friend Leslie over at The Indie Bookshelf and I Corporate Governance decided to make it my Halloween read Thank you Leslie for your recommendation I thoroughly enjoyed this bookThis book gives a very Masters of Learned Ignorance different spin on vampires and shapeshifters No they Black Lily (Gilded Lily, don't sparkle and there was no bad DNA in the mix but there is something very Mildred and Sam different about them When I first started reading this book I immediately thought of a blend between Jeaniene Frost's Cat and Bones and Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse with Kindred being their love child But that is not at all what this book is Kindred completely stands on its own in originalityLucinda Luce has moved to the city from the farm life with a challenge of hunting Imaginalis down rogue vampires; 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Paranormal abilities are ignorant of the creatures of the night and the supernatural species that live alongside themLucinda Monk is a bank teller by day and a vampire hunter by night but she wasn’t always a part of this world Thrown into a heady mix of powerful people and sensual beings she’s had to find her way practically blindfolded in amongst the creatures of the night Lucinda though is a capable and realistic kind of girl Her motto Never Show Fear But there's something different about Luce Something t I have lost count of how many series I have started only to drop them a couple or one book inStupid slumpIt's 3am Sleep beckonsAlso reading slump euals review slumpIf I do end up continuing this series it'll be for that chapter 2 from Michel's POVNo I'm not gaga over him He pisses off my independence and self worth too much for thatOnce again not a big fan of the names Might just be me but Michel sounds downright girly for a 500 year old vamp Or any self respecting man for that Don't get you feathers all ruffled up where I'm from Michel we spell it Mishael is a name for womenSo Book Gekka Mugentan, Vol. 4 day and a vampire hunter by night but she wasn’t always a part of this world Thrown into a heady mix of powerful people and sensual beings she’s had to find her way practically blindfolded in amongst the creatures of the night Lucinda though is a capable and realistic kind of girl Her motto Never Show Fear But there's something How to Fly with Broken Wings different about Luce Something t I have lost count of how many series I have started only to Swimming to the Moon drop them a couple or one book inStupid slumpIt's 3am Sleep beckonsAlso reading slump euals review slumpIf I Stir It Up do end up continuing this series it'll be for that chapter 2 from Michel's POVNo I'm not gaga over him He pisses off my independence and self worth too much for thatOnce again not a big fan of the names Might just be me but Michel sounds The Cambridge Handbook of Social Problems downright girly for a 500 year old vamp Or any self respecting man for that Don't get you feathers all ruffled up where I'm from Michel we spell it Mishael is a name for womenSo Book


10 thoughts on “Kindred Kindred #1

  1. says:

    35 Well this book was a disappointmentWhen I read the other book by Nicola Claire Blood Enchanted I said I must try everything by this author I absolutely loved that one And well I had really high hopes for this series I heard great stuff about it And boy did it disappointWhat I hated the main female character Luce was chopped She felt like she had different personalities she was either nice or a bitch or sarcastic or absolutely lovely Yeah a person can be all that but you can't say how much you love your friends and how great they are and then forget about them when view spoiler they die or are badly hurt hide spoiler


  2. says:

    This is the best vampire book I've read in a long time and if you like the paranormal world of vampires shape shifters ghouls and magic this book is a must read The writing was seamless and the character development was outstanding Lucinda Monk is a bank teller by day and a vampire hunter by night and she is good at it Too good which is why the Master of Auckland summons her for a visit Michel Durand the powerful drop dead pardon the pun gorgeous alpha vamp knows there's something different about Lucinda something those creatures she hunts want including him Unfortunately our feisty and strong willed heroine needs to stay one step ahead of the enemy and to do so she has to let the enemy in; which goes against everything she believes Vampires are dark she is light though she can sense the good in Michel his 500 years of practice can easily penetrate her seducing her with his power Michel is fascinated by his attraction to Lucinda and lets her know it right away but she has another problem; vampires at least the purely evil ones are growing by the numbers and one little vampire hunter isn't going to cut it So Michel offers Lucinda his protection Luckily she has developed the uniue ability to block a vampire's affect of seduction and manipulation but Michel is stronger and powerful and every day they spend together; their connection becomes intense even for her to denyAs I was reading this book I kept thinking about a song I'd recently heard by Kelly Clarkson called Dark Side It perfectly depicts the relationship between Lucinda and Michel and the song's lyrics kept haunting me; revealing Michel's power and also his vulnerability when it came to loving Lucinda If you'd like to venture further inside their world here is the link to this incredible song thoroughly enjoyed this story It's first person narrative allowed the reader to enjoy Lucinda's sarcasm humor and internal banter; which had me giggling to myself a lot Clearly Claire has a uniue ability to pull you in immediately and keep you captivated which is a reader's dream and I truly had a hard time putting this one down There was action mystery intrigue romance and deliciously steamy love scenes that would make any girl swoon for her very own vampire I was a little sad for this story to end however am delighted to tell you that this is the first book in a series of eight and I cannot wait to get back to my new favorite vampire series Well done Ms Claire I am bitten smitten


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    Rate 43 stars


  4. says:

    I'm always thrilled to find a fresh uniue twist to the done to death vampireshifter theme and Nicola Claire has given us that With vamps ghouls shifters and magic the world is complex the characters engaging and I'm looking forward to reading in the series Many thanks to the author for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  5. says:

    This is feeling like it's gonna be a long one and may contain mild spoilersTo start off with this is very VERY similar to the Anita Blake series The heroine Lucinda is a vampire hunter instead of a necromancer who hunts vampires Anita but she has a very similar attitude Lucinda's best friend is a shifter much like Richard is in the A B series and there are hints of a pretty powerful love triangle One would hope not an actual trifecta That really would be far too much to chalk up to coincidence but it's Michel's similarities to Jean Claude that really raised my eyebrowsJean Claude from AB is an ill defined master vampire whatever that is Michel from Kindred is an ill defined master vampire whatever that is JC is the master of his city Michel is the master of his city Both are tall Both have dark longish hair and blue eyes Both ownmanage nightclubs JC is 400 600 years old and powerful Michel is 500 years old and powerful Both are French both from peasant families Both are fashion conscious Both were changed to vampires in their early thirties—JC at 30 Michel at 32 Both have voices that are described as having a physical sensory response in the heroine strokes their skin and such Both visit their heroines in her dreams Both use a little French pet name for their romantic interest—JC ma petite andor ma cherie Michel ma douce andor ma belle They're both arrogant and actspeak in very similar manners Removed from context and set side by side I literally wouldn't be able to tell one from the otherGiven the similarities I suppose I can say with complete confidence that if you liked Anita Blake Vampire Hunter you'll like Kindred Personally I found both of them fairly so so Not horrible but I didn't fall in love either In the case of Kindred I found that I basically enjoyed it but had some fairly serious complaints too To start with the positive I like that Lucinda was an unapologeticly sexual woman without any kind of fuss needing to be made about virginity or lack of experience It just wasn't mentioned at all and at 24 year old it doesn't need to be I really appreciated that So often PNR heroines are made out to be chaste maidens and the reader has to sit through endless scenes of mental agony over the conseuences of having sex I liked that this book skipped all that She had sex but there wasn't the need to dramatise it I also liked that the basic vampire psyche was fairly well thought out and thoroughly explained It really gave the reader a good understanding of their actions especially when dealing with instinctual responses to things Most of the time I also liked Lucinda and Michel Lucinda was fairly sharp and truly brave and Michel could be really sexy sometimes I didn't always like them though Lucinda seemed to constantly be crying over some little thing or another It made her seem weak And Michel was a jackass as often as he was a sweetheart Lastly I liked that the book was set in Auckland New Zealand The US followed by the UK are the settings for the vast majority of the genre It was refreshing to find myself somewhere new with new terminology cultural norms etc Next to move on to things that irritated me; I'll start with the minor stuff The whole vampirevampire hunter partnership made no sense to me Michel spoke of it as if the vampires and the hunters had come to an agreement or an 'accord' probably and agreed to it But the symptoms and conseuences are biological So how does that work then?What's if it is all based on some past agreement between the species even one that later somehow became engrained in the biology of hunters and vampires how can a hunter be forced into it? How exactly the bonding takes place was never fully explained There was a social ceremony but it wasn't clear which aspect of it actual initiates the binding I was left confused about one of the most important aspects of the plot Similarly the whole dream walking made little sense either She could physically but invisibly appear elsewhere with tools she didn't have with her where her physical body was and actually affect physical reality Seems unlikely but importantly how could that happen?Next and I can't believe I'm saying this; it's completely opposite of what I'm usually harping on about—books that end without conclusions—but IMO this book should have ended at about 45% and the remaining 50% been a separate book The last 5% is bonus materialThere is a fairly dramatic event around that time that then reuires the introduction of a whole new threat plot and reads as a separate but related novel There are even the occasional recap passages one finds in seuels to remind them of what happened in previous books The shift felt abrupt I might not even mention it if this was a stand alone book I would just assume the author was trying to keep the whole story in one text and appreciate the effort But there are 7 subseuent books in the Kindred series so why not just break it up and make it a 9 book series instead?Lastly for the small irritants there are a series of deus ex machina events These always annoy me She repeatedly saves the day or at least the lives in a situation by pulling some unknown ultra power out of her back pocket without knowing how or even that she was capable These powers weren't supposed to have manifested yet but the miraculously do whenever she needs them That always strikes me as weakNow to move on to the admittedly vague major thing that made me grind my teeth Lucinda was demonstrably powerless Sure she pulled out the superpowers when need be but I'm speaking of social and interpersonal power not magic or fighting skill powerFor all the times she went on and on about euality her wants needs and desires were walked over repeatedly Even her own emotions were manipulated by a variety of male characters Often the reader would be told something along the lines of Lucinda didn't want to feel this way or reciprocate the lust but her handsmindmouthetc had a mind of their own It was as if she had no defence against the men's overpowering presence or that as a woman she had no control over her own sexual responses God women have been shoved in that box for generations and I still hate it And this manipulation wasn't just done with vampire super mind control you know glaze glamour rolled mind etc but by the fact that she was repeatedly distracted from justifiable anger by giving in to sexual desire when angry or even worse regretted and cried then apologised for her own feelings or appropriate retaliation for offences Why should she have to do this? Men in this book were allowed to get angry stay angry and react in anger Lucinda was NEVER allowed this responseWomen just aren't supposed to do thatnot good girls anyway We've all heard some version of it 'suck it up honey let the men handle it They obviously know better than you even if it makes you want to swallow your own teeth'The message became obviously one of secondary status The problem is that it was written as if to suggest she wasn't but actions speak louder than words as they say and Lucinda was not the one able to cause change in herself or others she was only the recipient of it and she then wasn't even allowed to be angry about itAs an example Michel denied her demand to see Rick her best friend Michel placed his own image not even his or her wellbeing but his image above her very clearly expressed desire He did not apologise for this and when she briefly became angry at him a mere act of impressive skill on his part caused her to not only lose her anger but then become the cliché nurturing woman who set aside her own desire to instead support on his moral journey She never did get to see Rick and he never had to face putting her wants secondaryA second example one that showed up than once she wanted to join a fight He locked her away despite her protest to prevent this Circumstances always progressed such that she never remained angry at this and he never had to alter his behaviourEven a blatant physical and nearly fatal attack Michel against Lucinda because she smelled of another is dismissed because it's vampire nature When Lucinda briefly retaliated it might be better stated as fought back she stopped when he asked despite the fact that her similar pleas hadn't even paused his attack Then she cried apologised and felt bad for her actions Did Michel? Nope not all He's allowed his anger and reactions to it Lucinda wasn'tat allThat's like asking a woman to apologise for hitting a man back without asking the man to apologise for hitting her first because men and not women are by their very nature violent creatures Proverbial show of hands anyone here find that an acceptable scenario? Because all I did was swap the word vampire for man That's exactly how it's presented in the book than once evenWe can pretend she was an eual to Michel but she was shown to be less able to control herself her emotions her environment and her mate than he was I hate to read into this than is there and I'm not claiming the author wrote it this way on purpose Instead and in a way worse I think it's a subconscious mimicking of the basic male hegemony That's what makes it so pervasive It's either unseen or seen as the natural way of things Even a female author who likely thought she was crafting a strong in control female lead instead wrote a classically second class little woman I hate thatThe writing itself was pretty good The book could do with a little editing There are a few typos it can occasionally be difficult to tell who is speaking and it's occasionally repetitive So final wordI had some major gripes which I'll admit as many people as not will role their eyes at but it was still an amusing read There was a decent amount of humour and some pretty good sex scenes


  6. says:

    I have lost count of how many series I have started only to drop them a couple or one book inStupid slumpIt's 3am Sleep beckonsAlso reading slump euals review slumpIf I do end up continuing this series it'll be for that chapter 2 from Michel's POVNo I'm not gaga over him He pisses off my independence and self worth too much for thatOnce again not a big fan of the names Might just be me but Michel sounds downright girly for a 500 year old vamp Or any self respecting man for that Don't get you feathers all ruffled up where I'm from Michel we spell it Mishael is a name for womenSo Book


  7. says:

    At its heart Kindred is a romance story that just happens to feature sexy vampires vampire hunters and a kindred connection between the two never before seenFor information about the Kindred World please visit my website


  8. says:

    This book was recommended to me by my friend Leslie over at The Indie Bookshelf and I decided to make it my Halloween read Thank you Leslie for your recommendation I thoroughly enjoyed this bookThis book gives a very different spin on vampires and shapeshifters No they don't sparkle and there was no bad DNA in the mix but there is something very different about them When I first started reading this book I immediately thought of a blend between Jeaniene Frost's Cat and Bones and Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse with Kindred being their love child But that is not at all what this book is Kindred completely stands on its own in originalityLucinda Luce has moved to the city from the farm life with a challenge of hunting down rogue vampires; she is the hunter with attitude She is the best in her craft which grants her the attention of one sexy Master vampire Lucinda has special abilities with regard to the supernatural but she just doesn't know how special she isuntil she learns of her family history and a special kindred I loved Lucinda and her snarkastic attitude Whether she was afraid or not she knew to put up a brave front in order to survive but she is willing to take on whomever or whatever she has to in order to protect innocents from falling victim to the roguesbut why does she feel this pull to the rogue vampires and her want to protect the innocents? Well that all comes to light when Lucinda discovers her family history and the connection with her supernatural abilities I laughed at so much of Lucinda's dialogue and inner monologue in this book The story is told in Lucinda's point of view but the writing really made it feel as though Lucinda was in the room with me telling me a story or just sharing the normal events of her abnormal dayor night as the case may be Michel is a hot and sexy French Master vampire who rules the city of Auckland New Zealandand he has a thing for Lucinda He wants to ensure Lucinda's safetyand a whole lot She is the light to his dark He wants to claim her as his own Well we know where that can lead but he really is very drawn to Lucinda however she is immune to a vampire's glazing abilities But the time they spend together the time Michel has to work his magic on Lucinda break down her resistance and try to win her to him But then there's Nero Lucinda's special friend and trainer The sparks between Michel and Lucinda are hot but Nero may just be the one to douse those sparksbut that's for another book There is the potential for a love triangle there and I honestly can't tell who I would rather see Lucinda with because I really liked both Michel and Nero I will say that something special happens between Michel and Lucinda but I won't tell you what it is I'm such a tease You'll just have to read the book and find outand DO read the book This book was action packed from the first page I was immediately drawn in and Nicola Claire has a uniue way of telling a story I envisioned one of those virtual reality thingies while readingI could see the characters sitting there in the same room as me while I watched the story play out with my eyes as I read That was a new and great experience for me I've seen movies play in my head before but I've never watched the story happening in the same room with me before HmmmI liked that experience The story has its own special vocabulary but the author helped me out with the terms in the story by supplying a glossary at the beginning of the book Is there romance in this book? Yes there is with a few steamy scenes to boot The love scenes were a bit toned down compared to others I've read but they were steamy just the same You will be swooning and pining for your own MichelI may have just moved my Brit heroes to the side with a French replacementthere's possibly an inner world war coming on between my alpha males of choice after this one I give this book 45 stars and recommend it as a paranormal romance with a lot of action a great reveal and something different to offer the paranormalists out there like me


  9. says:

    This was a great fresh take on the vampire world I thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to the second book The fight scenes in this book are well thought out and had me on the edge of my seat rooting for the good guys The love scenes weren't as graphic as I'm use too but they gave me butterflies all the same I actually really enjoyed them and the sparks between Michel and Luce were through the roof I do detect a possible love triangle coming between Michel Luce and Nero I could be way off though it was just a feeling that I got from the attraction that Luce and Nero felt for one anotherI loved the origionality of the vampire having his kindred half out in the world called Nosferatin When the Nosferatin turns 25 they come into their powers and have one month to find a vampire to bond with or they will die Of course it turns out that Luce bonds with Michel before her 25th birthday and she is safe from dying She later finds out that there are others out there the same as her and Nero ends up coming to her through dream walking and teaching her the ways of there people This is the gist of the story of course there is so much to it It is just so refreshing to have new ideas in a vampire story I find because there are so many vampire stories out there they get to be very similiar in style To find a book that is uniue is very refreshingMy only complaint was that it was a bit slow at getting started BY about 20% it started to pick up for me and then I was pulled into the world and enjoying it very much I recommend this to anyone who loves a good vampire love story that is full of action and lots of good charactersThis book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review


  10. says:

    This one is gonna have to be a DNF for me I made it 60% of the way through and just can’t keep going Usually when I read paranormal romance I can overlook the occasional grammatical mistake or awkwardly worded sentence But gracious me this is beyond the pale I found myself editing sentencesrather than just reading them My other struggle was the main characterI didn’t really like her Tough to say exactly what about her I don’t like but there we are Also I read the synopsis for the next books in the series to see if it’d be worth it to power through this one and justno


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