Blue-Blooded Vamp - Jaye Wells 2.5 *

Sabina gets to have her time with the father of the dark races after all, in this final installment.

We find her and the entourage in Rome looking for Abel. I think most of the readers have guessed who Abel really is. Well, apart from that, he is arrogant and very difficult to reason with.

Sabina has to prove herself though out the book and she gets to learn a lot as well. There is good enough action where she still is the badass we all know but with a bit of consciousness this time around.

The book could have gotten more stars, just for the sake of it, but the last 60 pages of the book where so ridiculous that I couldn't believe what I was reading. I am well aware of the fact that Jaye Wells is not the best writer out there if I hear the word dude and chick one more time but up until now she's managed to compensate with quite skilled story building. I know I am reading fiction and I don't expect everything to be realistic but somethings are just plain stupid. I can't say much more without spoilers but let's just say that Lilith, Asmodeus and the whole bunch are very bad caricatures.

Generally I liked the series but I am not sure I would recommend it to anybody.