"Rose bends genres and blends elements of the best of both witch and vampire fiction to create a brilliant debut that ... provides the excitement and gripping suspense readers of paranormal romance and urban fantasy have come to expect. ... The book is edge-of-your-seat exciting and incredibly smart, and it will leave readers clamoring for the next installment in the series. ... This book is unputdownable. ... Blood Magic, the follow up to Danielle Rose's Blood Rose, may be one of those few books where the sequel is even better than the original." - Narrative Ink
"One of those special novels that is purely addicting." - Metamorphic Books
"Some authors are great storytellers. Some authors are great writers. Danielle Rose is both!" -Beauty and the Books
"There is no doubt that she knows her craft. She writes with a fast-paced intensity that is liberally sprinkled with beautiful poetry and sharp commentary on life and the human condition. The world she writes in is both fantastically foreign and comfortingly normal, and obviously thoroughly thought through." - Busy, Busy Book Wyrm
"Blood Rose impressed me, but Blood Magic blew it right out of the water." - Goodreads Reviewer
Avah Taylor thought she had already faced the worst: as her coven's chosen one, destined to receive a power that could kill her, she was forced to make the ultimate sacrifice when she gave up her mortal life to become a vampire, the witches' greatest enemy. But just when she begins to adjust to her new life, even as she falls in love with her sire, the high priestess of her new coven is seized by Rogue vampires.
Guided by Avah's visions of the past, present, and future, Avah and the other vampires set out to rescue their priestess, but their journey leads Avah to the discovery that the conspiracy behind her power runs deeper than she ever imagined, a secret that forces her to reconsider, once again, who she can trust.
With her abilities as both witch and vampire, Avah may be the only one who can locate her coven's high priestess. But as her visions grow increasingly terrifying, and her life is threatened by both enemies and those she once loved most, Avah begins to wonder if she may not have a future at all.