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Deathless (The Vein Chronicles Book 2) by [Malcom, Anne]
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My life was never black and white.
Heck, it wasn’t even black, white and gray.
Lines were not drawn between good and evil, and if they were, I would have jumped those suckers for fun.
But now it was simpler. It wasn’t black and white. Or gray. It was only one thing.
Blood.
A crimson-tinted world. That was all I needed.
All I wanted.
Him.
Despite the war raging around us, or the secrets between us, there was nothing simpler than blood.
It didn’t matter that it would be fatal.
After all, it’s the things we’re not undead without that will kill us in the end.

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  • Language: English
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Everyone knows I am a massive Anne Malcom fan. Her stories speak to me like no other books. Deathless has yet again cemented her as my favourite author. Isla is back and she's not screwing around.

This book has something for everyone.

Ass kicking action of the paranormal variety ✅
Swoon worthy moments ✅
Seriously hot chemistry ✅
Witty banter and dialogue ✅
Supporting characters you love ✅
Storyline that leaves you wanting more ✅
Banter and dialogue so funny you will definitely laugh and might snort ✅

And most importantly it has a heroine that you want to be best friends with. Isla is the very best kind of kick ass character you want to go out for a few cocktails with and then join her posse and kill a few bad guys.

I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone looking for an action packed, funny, emotional, hot and female empowering read.

Thorne and Isla are my perfect couple. Swoon Central ❤️❤️❤️

Wasn’t that what love did? Broke you into as many pieces as humanly, and inhumanely, possible so you couldn’t put yourself back together? Not without the other person, at least.

I'm not going to say anything else because I don't want to spoil the book for readers but I do have to share my favourite quote from Isla. I just love her. I love her hard.

I never make promises because I don’t like present Isla making future Isla’s decisions for her. I find it rude.

Thank you Anne for another book that gave me everything I needed.
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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars 33 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars A must read series!! 28 April 2017
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the second book in the Vein Chronicles series and I am completely and hopelessly hooked on this amazingly addictive series! It's essential to read the first book titled Fatal Harmony before reading this one in order to have any idea what's going on since this is a continuation of book one and picks up right where that one left off. This is hands down one of the best paranormal romance stories I've read in quite some time and I literally couldn't put this down! Isla is such a fierce and feisty vampire and I loved everything about her! Thorne is definitely an alpha male in every way and I felt he was perfect for someone as strong and independent as Isla. Even though he's a complete alpha, he always seems to be able to know exactly what Isla needs and I loved that. I am totally hooked on this series and can't wait for more from this amazing author! I highly recommend reading this entire series to anyone and I reviewed this for Reviews from the Heart.
5.0 out of 5 stars Obsessed with this series 28 April 2017
By navigatorct - Published on Amazon.com
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OMG, I am obsessed! Wow, this book exceeded my expectations! Twists, Surprises, Snarky, funny, sarcastic, are only a few words to describe this book! I usually read PNR where the main character , especially Vampires, are male, but, ISLA is the bomb, one bad*ss, kick*ss, sarcastic, and highly fashionable, female VAMP! This book had me on edge, couldn't wait to see what happens next, surprising the hell out of me! This Vamp could be my girl crush, my book girlfriend! Anne has nailed this series, and I am now impatiently waiting to see what is next with Isla, Thorne, Rick and Sophie. I highly recommend reading The Vein Chronicles, you won't be disappointed!
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh. My. Isla! 28 April 2017
By Annette - Published on Amazon.com
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The continuation of The Vein Chronicles was a riveting, stunning, heartbreaking, mind blowing, Jimmy Choo wearing, BEAUTIFUL rollercoaster ride! Isla is back to finish her story and boy does she do it well. The story between Thorne and Isla is one that kept me on my toes the entirety of the book. There's twists and turns that you don't see coming and it's mind blowing. I've said before that Anne Malcom took the paranormal world and made it her own... This book just cemented that fact! I wish I could give more than 5 stars. It deserves 100.
3.0 out of 5 stars Hard to Sit Through and Unfinished 23 May 2017
By LaurenC - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Rated the first one 5 stars. I loved the first book but there's just too much repetitive subject matter in this story which unfortunately makes the journey a bit tedious. The same subjects, dialogue and character reactions seem to be on an endless loop ad nauseam. The sections in between were great- it's just sifting through that's a little frustrating to find either new subject matter or any action being taken on said redundancies. The storyline itself is great, just could have been edited down some.

War? They're at war? You don't say. Well, it's mentioned on about every page but there's really not much of one happening; just eluding to the danger of it being there for most of the book. Most of the big events were more like background noise which was odd. Isla's life is constantly on the line and of course there are copious (mostly) empty threats of violence. Everything important happens in a flurry during the very last 15%. There's a lot that I really really wish would have been expounded upon rather extending it to what looks to be a 3rd book coming. Err- I would hope so anyway.

Isla's immaturity gets pretty out of control in this one. It was amusing and quirky in the first book, but kind of goes downhill here. I was really looking forward to seeing how her character would evolve but it was more of a devolution. Her relationship with Thorn unfortunately contributes to that as well.

I had quite an anticlimactic reaction by the time the proverbial cat was out of the bag with Thorn. Although the truth about his origins was suppose to be this big secret, I really don't understand what all the fuss was about in general or why Isla takes this as some huge betrayal. It has nothing to do with her other than the fact he didn't say anything sooner and she admits several times that she knows next to nothing about him, purposefully ignoring her inclinations to ask. I felt like there was this huge buildup of this facet being eluded to over and over in both books, but when it comes down to it, it doesn't really effect the story and really deflated my sense of expectation. I suppose they have to have conflict, but I wish it was something more consequential that made me feel for either character.

I think my expectations were just too high going in because I genuinely thought going in that this would be even juicer than the first installment; If not on par anyway. The stage was set for some pretty major events and epic conclusions already. I love this story as a whole, but this kind of fell flat for me.
4.0 out of 5 stars A Solid Sequel 18 May 2017
By JessicaChatterbooks Book Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Deathless, the second book in the Vein Chronicles series, by Anne Malcom brought us back into the life of everyone’s favorite gorgeous, snarky, vampire fashionista, Isla. There is nothing I love more than a strong heroine, and Isla does not disappoint! Whether she is saving her loved ones from certain death, training little girls to fight monsters, ripping someone’s limbs off, or verbally annihilating her enemies, she is the epitome of a badass female character.

At the end of Fatal Harmony, her undead life was in jeopardy, so I have been eagerly anticipating this book ever since! In this installment, we find out her fate, more about her relationship with Thorne, and the origins of vampires and slayers. Isla holds a grudge, makes some dietary changes, and is as hilarious as ever. Thorne is alpha af. Sophie’s magic evolves. Duncan is his sexy Scottish self. Scott is the ever faithful sidekick, and Rick wants what he can’t have as per usual. I can’t really say much else about the plot without giving anything away, but there was more than a few twists, turns, and shocking revelations.

Deathless is a solid sequel filled with action, suspense, witty banter, and pop culture references. The plot is much more complex than that of its predecessor, and Isla continues to be my favorite thing about the series. As much as I enjoyed the story, I did have some problems with it. There were way too many information dumps, the romance wasn’t as strong, there was a lot of unnecessary angst, and the book took me FOREVER to get through. That being said, I’m still invested in the characters, and I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series. If you like strong female characters, sarcasm, violence, and vampires, or if you read and loved Fatal Harmony, this one’s for you!