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Cherry Blossom: Vampire Cherry Book 2 (Unabridged)

by Sotia Lazu

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With her murderous maker still on the run, Cherry has enough on her mind even before her newly turned boyfriend, Alex, demands they meet each other's parents. Constantine, her ex and now member of the vampire council, is suspiciously quick to allow this breach of vampire law. It soon becomes clear there's a lot Cherry doesn't know about her family's past. And it's threatening her present and her future. Alex is changing, Ádísa is dead but not as gone as she should be, and feelings forced aside are reconsidered. Back in her hometown, and faced with an overabundance of new information, Cherry is determined to fight for herself, her family, and her man. That's when her world is turned upside down. Again.

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I have become a fan! Highly recommended for all fans of paranormal romances / urban fantasy.

Cherry Blossom is the second book in the Vampire Cherry series. They really need to be listened to in order, as Cherry Blossom picks up straight after the dramatic ending of Cherry Stem.

In this one, Cherry, Constantine and Alex are trying to track down Cherry’s maker while also struggling to cope with Alex’s new status as a fledgling vampire. As a consequence, Cherry and Alex’s relationship is starting to suffer. The bedroom scenes are taking a much darker turn in this book. While I wasn’t all that convinced about the cheating ex Constantine in the last book, he is really starting to redeem himself in this one. The dynamics between the three are just brilliant.

In Cherry Blossom, Cherry finally gets to see her parents again and makes some remarkable discoveries along the way.

While this book is a lot more disturbing and intense than the first, there were still plenty of hilarious one liners that made me smile. I really enjoy Sotia Lazu’s style of writing. The author has created quite a fresh and original plot that is different from other stories in this genre. While I thought I had pretty much figured out where this series was going while listening to the first book, there were some great twists in this second installment that left me wanting to continue with this series immediately. I really hope Sotia Lazu will publish the third Cherry book in the near future (PLEASE) and that the audio will once again be narrated by Wendy Trent King.

Wendy Trent King has quickly become one of my favorite female narrators. I can really only reiterate what I have already said about her performance for Cherry Stem. She is simply spot-on. There was nothing that I didn’t like about her narration. There were no issues with the production quality.

I have become a fan! Highly recommended for all fans of paranormal romances / urban fantasy.

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Sotia Lazu, Cherry Blossom: Vampire Cherry Book 2 (Unabridged)
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  • Narrator: Wendy Tremont King
  • Published: 2015

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