Review: What We’ll Do For Blood by C.L. Mannarino

31449865Alrighty, it’s time to share how awesome, What We’ll Do For Blood by C.L. Mannarino is.

It’s pretty awesome by the way. It pulls you in from the beginning and that’s what’s really great about this story. Right from the start you’re filled with the need to know more and consistently have to get to the next page. The characters are plenty and the depth that’s included with them is no shortage. 

I was very satisfied with the range in this book and it made the entire story better. I love, love, variety and this book 27255309delivered. I recommend checking it out, even if you take your time to read the story. It can get a bit confusing which for me is often a good sign. It reminds me to take my time, read carefully to catch details I might miss otherwise. It has a few twists and turns that catch your attention, and some calmer moments that either trick you or give you what you need. (A moment to breathe in between all the crazy paranormal activity taking place.)

I do look forward to the future of this series to see what happens next. I’m curious to know what this incredible author has in store for us. 


 : In the sleepy town of Northam, Massachusetts, not everyone is who they seem to be.


Take Scott Whitney, for example. An underrated high school senior, Scott wants nothing more

than to have his much-divided family believe him when he comes to them with something important, no matter how often he disregards their rules.

One night, Scott catches his father’s beautiful colleague, Maria, drinking his father’s blood in their office parking lot. When his father has no recollection of this event, and gets weaker the more he spends time with Maria, Scott turns to his mother and sister for help.

It’s not until he does some research on his own, though, that he figures out what’s going on—and how hard it will be to get someone to believe him if he tells.

Isolated by what he knows, Scott must stop Maria from draining his father of blood before she kills him, or worse: turns his father into a vampire, too.

Author: C.L. Mannarino

Book: What We’ll Do For Blood #1

Series: Almost Human

Pages: 433 pages

Published December 2016 (first published October 21st 2015)

Author links: Website | Goodreads

Books links: Goodreads | Amazon


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