Paperback, 320 pages
Published December 4th 2012 by Berkley Trade
ISBN 13: 9780425247525
Source: Author, for the purpose of an honest review
Genre: Erotic Paranormal Romance, menage
Series: Blood Moon Rising Trilogy, book #3
Best read in order: yes
Falon has got a struggle of epic proportions ahead of her. She has to convince the two alphas that she loves that they must share not only her but their duties as alphas if they want the Lycan nation to survive the coming Blood Moon. Rafael and Lucien love Falon madly. There is no argument there. They also respectably understand that the other loves her unconditionally. The problem lies within sharing. The alpha in them will not allow them to share her or the position of alpha among the pack. This in and of itself is more than enough drama. This trio figuring out how to make something work out without Lucien and Rafael fighting over Falon like she is a bone is only a tiny bit of what is going on in the pages of Blood Vow.
The Lycan nation is preparing for the battle that they are hoping will finally put a stop to the Slayers. Lucien and Rafael also have to figure out how to put an end to the crazy beast that is Fenrir. Fenrir is a threat to every Lycan that walks the earth. While it was easily discovered how to destroy him, the journey to that point adds stress to the alpha trios developing relationship. The hurdles for Falon to jump just keep coming at her at ever page turn. She is learning more and more about her parentage and family. The more she learns the more she finds that she may very well be the wedge that drives her from the two men she loves.
This series is just nonstop page turning intensity. I could not put this book down. I have been impatiently waiting to see how things would turn out for Falon since I finished Blood Law. The Blood Moon Rising trilogy kept my emotions on a rollercoaster. I went from loving Rafael and Falon while hating Lucien to loving Falon and Lucien and wishing Rafael would just move on with Anja. By the time I got to the third and amazing last book of the series I just wanted Rafael, Lucien, and Falon to find a way to make their seemingly impossible relationship work. I love how Karin put it all together.