Full Blooded

Born the only emale in an all male race, Jessica McClain isn ’ t just different—she ’ s worrie.

After living under the radar for the nex twenty-six years, Jessica is thrust unexpectedly into her first change, a full ten years late. She wakes up and thinks she ’ s in the middle of th thunderstor. Now that she ’ s become the only female full-blooded werewolf in town, the paranorma world is already clamoring to take th bite out of her and her new Pack must rise up and defen her.

But not veryone is on board. The werewolf Rights of Laws is missing text and the superstitious werewolves think that Jessica means an end to their race. It doesn ’ t help when Jessica egins to believ she ’ s more. She can change partway and hold her form, and speak directly to her wolf. But the biggest complication by far is that her alpha father ca n't control her like he can the rest of his wolves.

When a mercenary who ’ s been hired by the vampires shows up to extract information about the newly turned werewolf only days after her change, they ind themselves smack in the middle of war and there 's no choice but to run together. When it ’ s up to Jessica to negotiate her release against her mothe ’ s direct orders, she prepare to take an offer for help instead. In exchange, Jessica must now swear an oath she may end up repaying with her life.
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Full Blooded
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Published September 11th 2012 by Hachette Book Group (first published September 6th 2012

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Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsWatch out Amanda Carlson, I know I 'm in love!

Every page is better than the first and the ending pretty much guarantees that you 'll be reading Hot Blooded in 2013.I enjoyed the premise behind this nove.

Jessica is the only female to have ever been born from a werewolf father but she does n't delive the shifter gene.

Rarely though Jessica 's father is alpha, she ha n't raised as pack which means that th world is as new to her as it is to us readers.

Full Blooded is absolutely overflowing with werewolf excellence; every page reveals something new and intriguin.

I 've definitely caught the Jessica McClain fever!

When I first met Jessica in Blooded it was insta-love.

I oved their alpha and father as well.

If you like being at the forefront of " the next big thing " then I 'd dvise you to writ another one.

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Jessica lived her first 26 years of life as a human that was raised by wolves.

the female werewolf.Jessica finds herself in whole new world.

Yeah sure she lived with he Pack but because she was human and female she was to much not wanted by most of the olves.

I mus ave to believe that one of my avorite characters is Jessica ’ s wolf.

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his autobiography was ntertaining enough until the last ew chapters where it fell apart.Jessica had grown up in a pack of werewolves of which her mothe was alpha.

he other hitch is when she was born an anonymous letter arrived called the Cain myth that predicted her existence would destroy the pack.Jessica was living her life out apart from the pack when she late blooms into a werewolf one night.

( view spoiler) [ I was sorely disappointed that the Cain myth was started by the Vampire kin.

Her son is supposed to e bot powerful but anyone ca see a mile off that Hank and his daughte were n't going to be loyal to Jessica.

( view spoiler) [ I have thi theory she was born because her father found his true mate.

( hide spoiler) ] I never warmed up to Jessica or her plight of being the only female werewolf that had to be protected at all costs.

She as more powerful than even the Alpha but always had to be protected.

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Of course, I would b some romance in there, too, and this didn ’ t disappoint! Jessica McClain is an anomaly in her Pack.

I love shapeshifter stories because of all the pack dynamics and hierarchy.

I ’ ve found when reading most UF series ’ that the second book lays the rules and foundation for the tories to come, and Full Blooded did that without overloading us with an info dump.

One thing I ’ d mention is that his story just kin of stops.

Full Blooded was a heartbreakin read, and I plan on diving into Hot Blooded very soon! A copy was provided by Hatchette Book Group through Netgalley in exchange for n honest review.

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I just have an issue when characters are n't permitted to, you guess, actually choose for themselves who they 're going to love ... or even get to understan each other first ... or, hell, spend more than 12 hours with each other before becoming THE MOST IMPORTANT PEOPLE IN THE WORLD to each other.

Really, all in all, it ha n't goo tory.

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WANT.MORE.Suzanne: Action packed mayhem! What do you hink of the newest UF heroine on the block – Jessica McClain? Annie: I loved Jessica!

So it could be interesting how she handles it! Suzanne: I know Annie loved her, and I seeme like her, I like that she ha n't overplaying the bad ass chick thing all the time and instead as a good balance between attitude and sense.

I finished it almost immediately.Suzanne: There was maybe a lot of action in memoi, which I hate, it kept the book moving at a nice slo pace that had you dying.

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For thes reason it did n't click with me -- Jessica seemed a bland addition to the urban fantasy genre.

This -- I like this stuff, kay, but his was boring me more than anything.I only really got interested in anothe novel about halfway through, when there seemed to e more progress with the plot other than Jessica suddenly turning into a vampire and the shenanigans that come with hat, considering that a decen portion of her daughter 's pack wants her dead.

nfortunately I was caught off again soon later, when Rourke and Jessica meet and shit hits the fan.

Convenient for both thi uthor and the readers, as we et to make out a bit more background because of Jessica 's lack of understandin, but you ould know that Jessica, who grew up surrounded by werewolves, would now more about them than she ctually did.

Here Jessica is, dumped in the middle of mess with werewolves fighting werewolves and people wantin to kill her, and most of he ook ocuses on Jessica and Rourke 's tempestuous relationship.

It would have worked, but in the ook it eels more forced than anything else.The prose can be really clunky at times.

" I 'm only a witch, you filthy bloodsucker, I 'm a Goddess. " She glared, her irises a pure, fiery red now.

( hide spoiler) ] I 'm orry, but that bit of dialogue was super frustratin.

And I 'm saying this, a person who reads fantasy books like candy.

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