Free Read [Children's Book] ↠ Blood Orchid - by ClaireWarner ✓

By ClaireWarner | Comments: ( 832 ) | Date: ( Dec 07, 2019 )

Tied to Justin with bonds stronger than blood, Melissa De Vire heads into her new life with fear and anger Anger at Emily, at Katherine and most of all, anger at Justin, fuels her resolve to find a cure for the curse From the English court in 1752 to the fires of the French Revolution, Melissa struggles to survive her new existence and find forgiveness for Justin as clueTied to Justin with bonds stronger than blood, Melissa De Vire heads into her new life with fear and anger Anger at Emily, at Katherine and most of all, anger at Justin, fuels her resolve to find a cure for the curse From the English court in 1752 to the fires of the French Revolution, Melissa struggles to survive her new existence and find forgiveness for Justin as clues to a cure begin to surface.


  • Title: Blood Orchid
  • Author: ClaireWarner
  • ISBN: 9780995463103
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Blood Orchid

  • Stacey Kym

    ARC kindly provided by Claire Warner in exchange for an honest review.Review 'Blood Orchid' is the second instalment in the 'Night Flower' series and it was one that I was SUPER excited to see how it would develop the story of Justin Lestrade and Melissa De Vire. After their initial, swoon-worthy romance together in book one, ‘The Black Lotus’, I felt that this was going to either break or make their relationship. And I was strongly rooting for MAKE!The novel takes place immediately after th [...]


  • Shelby Jo

    Blood Orchid is a YA fantasy novel by Claire Warner. It’s the second in the Night Flower series and picks up immediately where the first let off.I’ll admit, that’s one of my favorite tropes; if the immediacy is done well, it multiplies the suspense without the reader catching on. It was hard not to catch on in Blood Orchid. It begins with the same wandering perspective as the first book, briefly touching each character’s mind to remind the reader of “tragic” ending of Black Lotus.And [...]


  • The Ordinary Housewife Book Blog

    'To be continued' was not how I wanted this book to end. Blood Orchid is the second book in the Night Flower series. I had just finished Black Lotus and couldn't wait to read this, the excitement is real!We continue to follow the story of Melissa, Justin and curse. Except now 20 years later, they're a team joined up with Justin's ex-lover Emily, and the one who cursed Melissa and Marcus, Melissa's older brother. In this book they visit multiple places, the author added enough detail about each s [...]


  • Angie Pfeiffer-Senft

    "Blood Orchid" continues right where "The Black Lotus" left off, Melissa damned eternally, and throwing a minor temper tantrum that she has to stay away from her family. Her beloved Justin is on the verge of dying, or what the curse considers dying; think of it as a walking dead situation. Marcus, ever the valiant, honor-keeping brother once again decides to go take on Montjoy for once again, attempting to defile Melissa, and seek vengeance for his mother's death. Marcus, and friend James, decid [...]


  • Di

    I received books one and two of the Night Flower series from YA Bound Book Tours. I hadn't heard of the series previously but the premise interested me immensely and the fact that this was a historical PNR was the clincher. I'm going to be reviewing books one and two together and I will not include any spoilers.I really struggled with a rating for both of these books (both three to three and a half stars from me) because I did really enjoy them and they were great entertainment value for me. The [...]


  • Kristyn - Reading to Unwind

    This is the second book the the Nigh Flower series, that follows Melissa as she learns more about the curse that has know been bestowed upon her. Melissa stays teamed up with Justin who she was captivated with, Emily who cursed her, and Marcus her brother. The story follows the four main characters as they are trying to cure the curse. The story is told over a longer time period so we get a lot more details. The book also switches in between different perspectives so as a reader we get a very co [...]


  • AK Mama Reads

    Mama Says: Another lyrical read from Claire Warner!Although neither book delves deep into the period in which they are set, I enjoy the author's decision not to distract us with minor details. Picking up immediately after the end of The Black Lotus, Blood Orchid is rather fast paced for the most part so there aren't too many dull, winding moments. There was a slight lack in the mystery department, but since this isn't a mystery novel that's a minor disappointment on my end and I don't think ever [...]


  • Neenz

    A little frustrated with the time delay of 20 years and not being able to read about the romance of Justin & Melissa, it just happens in the past. In the first book its the central theme. Still intrigued by the story line and will of course read the final book.


  • Lynndell

    Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.Blood Orchid by Claire Warner has Melissa and Justin opening the story with the ending events of The Black Lotus. Marcus searches for and finds Melissa after discovering the death of their mother. He fights for her to go back home with him and then finally realizes that she can't and is now dealing with the same curse as Justin. This book is genre bending and includes historical fiction plus all the mystery, suspense and paranormal fu [...]


  • Lovely Loveday

    Black Lotus & Blood Orchid by Claire Warner are books one and two in the Night Flower Series. While I love a good vampire story, I feel like this one is a been there done that kind of story. The copies I received felt more like a proof copy that still needed a final edit because there is a lot of writing errors. I felt that the author set the books up so that you have to read the next book in order to continue the story. There really is not an ending to each book. The plot was mediocre at be [...]


  • Mikayla Gray

    I read this book immediately after finishing the last one, and, in hindsight, I think this may have lessened my enjoyment somewhat. There's a little bit of second book syndrome here, where the story just didn't grab me and hold me the way the first one did.Whereas I really liked the 18th century England historical setting, the times jumps in this one that placed the characters in the middle of the French Revolution were a bit jarring. Whereas book one felt like it was set in ye olde England, thi [...]


  • Rubina

    A really good book with a nail biting mystery, witty and lovely characters, flowing prose and captivating plot. I loved it and would recommend it to everyone. I can't wait to read the sequel. Find out more awesome books at READDAYANDNIGHT


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    Published :2019-09-16T16:47:03+00:00