Review: Blood Promise by Richelle Mead

I’m a big fan of the Vampire Academy series and the latest one, Blood Promise, does not disappoint.  In this newest installment, Rose has gone to Russia to save Dmitri from life as a Strigoi, whether he wants her to or not. She encounters a new group of people crucial to the protection of her universe’s secrets from the outside world. Dmitri’s family enters the scene, welcoming her into the family while a mysterious older Moroi tries to make her leave.

Lissa is back at the acadamy and reverting to her old (before the VA series beginning) ways of being a party girl, egged on by Avery, a new character to the story.

I must say, I absolutely love Adrian’s character now. He is always there to provide a release in tension but also support when needed.

Overall, Blood Promise was a very satisfying read. I can’t wait til the next comes out to find out how Rose resolves an issue left at the end of BP.  Richelle Mead has become one of my favorite authors, though I’ve only read her VA and Thorn Queen series.

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