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  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (Oct. 19 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9781441863515
  • ISBN-13: 978-1441863515
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  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 17.1 cm
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  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mocha on May 31 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I bought the book a few days ago, enticed by the excerpt. I thought this sounded interesting and a little different than all the others. This is my second Sherrilyn Kenyon book purchase, and though I did not remember my first purchase (Aleron) to be very good, I thought I'd give this one a try. Well... I'm confused, is all I can say. I actually went to the SK website to check the book chronology because this book actually reads like it's a sequel, full of "inside information" I dont understand. I also have to say I am growing somewhat tired of these strong-willed-but-deep-down-oversensitive women with their only-I-can-touch-you-and-make-you-feel-Alpha men. Overdone much? And that's just the beginning. The sheer number of characters is staggering, plus the spelling of names makes me stumble everytime, especially the heroïne "Evalle" (E-val-ley? or E-val? or Eva-ahl?), come on! Many characters are under-developped and what you do know of their story is not original (ok, I read a lot, but still). The story is somewhat rushed here and there, it's pace uneven. This whole book seems like a melting pot of threads without the tapestry (unless its an abstract tapestry). I actually skimmed a couple of pages. This is no Jim Butcher, Karen Marie Moning, or Ian Irvine. Sorry, authors, but I think your editors dropped the ball here.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carol on March 4 2011
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I have read books by Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love before. This is the first book in a new series and I enjoyed the book. I found it an easy light read to relax with. The characters are typical of other books these two ladies has written. I plan to purchase the next book in the series.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lotusland Lady TOP 500 REVIEWER on Nov. 22 2010
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Evalle is actually E Valerie but no one knows what the E stands for. She is an Alterant (which is sort of a half breed, mixed race, combo-meal being) even though half of her is a Belador and she doesn't know what the other half is. Beladors are proud, talented and gifted and they despise Alternants who turn into beasts when upset and eat everything and everyone in sight. You can kind of understand why Beladors are reluctant to get too cozy.
None the less, this mean spirited reaction to her unexplained committment to Beladorism (?) really frosts Evalle's hide. Every damn time somebody gets eaten they blame Evalle and want to lock her up. You can see why she has a severe attitude about trust, men and whomever named her "E".
Evalle was raised by an aunt who hated her and locked her in a basement for eighteen years where she was raped by her doctor when she was fifteen.(This also is never explained.) Sunshine will kill her so she sleeps in a basement with only her gargoyle, Fenix, to love. Despite all that she is brave and noble but surly. People with equally badly spelled names like Isak Nyght (and the Nyght Raiders) and Yvan are either out to destroy her or lust after her or just try to figure out what is her problem.
Evalle works as part of a team of professional evil demon stamper-outers but they don't like her either. In fact neither do Shiva, Macha or Brina, the gods who sort hang out and hover over the proceedings. But then, Evalle won't tell her partners anything, withholds information and generally threatens anyone who touches her. It's the trust issue thing again.
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38 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Powerhouse Urban Fantasy--A Must-Read Oct. 19 2010
By Katy A - Published on
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Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love have hit one out of the park with this series. Blood Trinity is non-stop action, keen suspense and characters who won't let go of you.

Readers who like paranormal and fantasy elements--and I mean readers across urban fantasy, thriller and suspense genres--and, yes, romance-- will find a book they can't put down. This urban fantasy is a step outside Kenyon and Love's normal romance genre, and I was worried I wouldn't like it, but as a romance reader, I absolutely LOVE this book! The characters are irresistible, from Evalle, Tzader and Quinn, to two of the best surprises in the book--Feenix and Storm. It's not a romance, but I was hanging on every nuance of the love interests in this story, and this die-hard romance reader is already wishing for the next one.

Great world, wonderful characters, killer plot. I've said it before and I'll say it again. The Kenyon-Love team is one of the best things to happen to fiction in a long time. I was ready for something fresh which did not follow the same old pattern. This is it.

Don't hesitate. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200. Go directly to the buy button and get this book. You won't be sorry.
27 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Finally an UF novel that isn't a carbon copy of others in it's genre! Oct. 21 2010
By Christie - Published on
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Evalle is an anomaly among anomalies. She has a heritage that links her to the Belador tribe, but is treated like an outcast because of her lack of pure blood. To others she is known as an Alterant. This is the name given to half-breed Beladors who have the ability to shift into a beast and endanger society. Evalle has no idea what else her genetic makeup is composed of. She was raised by an aunt who kept her locked in the basement, and her lips sealed shut when it came to questions about Evalle's absent parents. Evalle now works for an organization that helps to keep the non-humans in Atlanta under control. She also continues to try to prove herself to her tribe. Evalle is constantly trying to show them she isn't like the others that have been locked away, and that she has control over the beast inside her. Now a suspicious murder has taken place, and Evalle will have to prove yet again she wasn't involved, while also preventing the foreseen destruction of the world as she knows it.

Main character Evalle is definitely a card carrying member of the Badass Chick Club. Not only does she ride a motorcycle and have a gargoyle for a pet, but she takes crap from no one. I loved her sassiness, and how she continually gave those that wanted to take her down the finger (figuratively speaking of course), all while showing little regard for the position of authority they held My favorite part is that underneath the tough exterior she was a bit of a softie when it comes to those she holds dear. Always true to her word, and willing to do anything to save a friend or the tribe who merely tolerated her.

This book had a lot of characters. Some may consider this a fault, but I felt the authors did what was needed to set us up for a very intricate world. With over 500 pages full of nonstop action, character backgrounds, and world building we get a very extensive look into the alternate Atlanta. Imagine my surprise when I reached the end as quickly as I did. I didn't want to put this one down, and the 500+ pages flew by.

My only complaint, and what held me back from giving it 5 stars is that at times I felt like I was missing "something". When a few of the characters were introduced I felt like I should be aware of their past relationships with other characters. It had me wondering if this was a spinoff of another series. While browsing Ms. Love's website, I discovered there is a short story featuring characters from Blood Trinity. I plan to track down a copy so I can get a little more background on the characters in this series.

In Blood Trinity, Dianna Love and Sherrilyn Kenyon have teamed up to bring us an exciting new Urban Fantasy series. They took the Urban Fantasy genre and made it their own with preternatural characters I haven't seen in other UF novels. I loved the pet gargoyle, Feenix, even if he had a bit of a potty mouth ;) The world they all inhabit was brilliantly complex. Filled with fiction as well as references to the lore of many different cultures. Blood Trinity is s a fascinating read that kept me turning the pages wanting more. I'm eager to see where this series takes us next.
40 of 51 people found the following review helpful
Not Sherrilyn Kenyon's Nov. 10 2010
By E. Leung - Published on
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I refuse to believe that Sherrilyn Kenyon contributed anything but her name and editing skills to this book. This is the second one I have attempted to read the was a collaboration between her and Dianna Love. There is only one main character. 500+ about one person seems a bit much and the suspense was NOT there. Evalle's most apparent love interest does not show up until p 115 which by-the-way was only 4 hours from the start of the book.
EX. The book begins at 3am-ish and she meets him in a meeting at 7am. The most interesting part of the 1st 100 pages was a mercenary's "wicked" six-shooter. How many times does an author have to beat a reader over the head with how horrible Evalle's childhood was, but give no details. How abhorrent her being an Alterrant is, no details. Everything was lacking in this book...character construction, action, suspense, romance (being kissed on pg 332 doesn't count--the man is enthralled with how she smells!!! PLEASE! What is this? An Axe commercial.) The book could have been condensed down to 200-250 pages and would have flowed much better. The reader doesn't need to know every move made in the 4 day period this book covers. Cut the fat!
24 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Meh, it just wasn't for me. Oct. 21 2010
By Sylvia - Published on
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Here is why I gave the book only 2 stars:
Pretty much every other character that is introduced in Blood Trinity is drop-dead gorgeous and filling out their jeans nicely in a `guess who will be getting their own story in this series' kind of way. It is not necessary to introduce every single character in a series in the first book of that series. I found it very distracting and I would rather get to know a few characters well then a lot superficially.

The authors can't seem to stress enough that Evalle is the `I'm an independent woman, I don't want/need your help' kind of girl.
Unfortunately the authors don't give a lot of background information on why Evalle is that way. Which makes it hard to empathize with Evalle and her trust issues.
Throughout the book they give you little hints that Evalle has been traumatized by her difficult childhood and a bad experience with a (human) man, but they never let you live through some of the bad experiences with her. (if you have read Sherrilyn's Acheron you know that she is very capable of writing that kind of storyline).
It actually felt like the authors are saving the story of Evalle's childhood and how she came to take the Belador vows for another book.

I was going to give 3 stars to the book. Despite my criticism it is not a poorly written book, it's just not for me. But I had to subtract a star for this oh puhlease moment:
So we have a severely traumatized heroine with a lot of trust issues regarding men. Then at one point in the book (spoiler alert) she is abducted by a group of mercenaries who force her in a car to take her to their leader because... he wants a date with her (WTF?). And then instead of getting angry at him, she decides to see the humor of the situation and goes through with the date...

PS: I'm pretty sure that there is a short story that is a prequel to this book but I can't find the anthology in which it appeared. It wasn't on the author's website either.

Update: Well I found the story, it is called Midnight Kiss Goodbye by Dianna Love in the anthology Dead After Dark published in 2008.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Not the best from SK - but entertaining May 23 2011
By Parajunkee - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I hate to start this review out negatively, but honestly this is not one of the best pieces that Love & Kenyon have put out. Yes, it was fast-paced, well-written and suitably entertaining I find enjoyment in her other characters so much more. Evalle just fell flat for me and being a Sherrilyn Kenyon book I wanted her to just get it on with someone! Especially since all the men that were described were super hawt and the novel was described as a paranormal romance on goodreads, so that was what I expected. *Sigh* So, the perv in me was disappointed, but the book-lover in me enjoyed it. I will move on in the series and this is a great book for Urban Fantasy lovers - that want to 86 the romance.

Welcome to the world of the Belador. A different species of beings that have supernatural powers and have sectioned themselves into tribes. Evalle has desperately wanted to be apart of her tribe but as half Belador she is looked at with suspicion. They usually lock half-Belador's up and throw away the key, they are too dangerous, unable to control their urges. But, Evalle is all control. And she remains the only free half-Belador.

A terrible murder forces her to act outside of her tribe, because she knows that if they get wind about it she'll be the first suspect. She hadn't committed this murder, yet is it someone like her or trying to frame her? During this time conflicts are also starting to arise between her tribe and their mortal enemies. Evalle is tasked with tracking down a stone that could end the world as they know it and destroy all of the Belador race. It was a very complex plot, with really two main plots and tons of smaller plot lines, typical of Sherrilyn Kenyon and her crazy brain.

I was just kind of upset that this one was labeled as a Paranormal Romance but there was no Romance. There was a lot of hinting that she might go for this one or that I guess Evalle will hook up with someone in the next book, but this is not usually how these things works. Besides that the story-line was original, if not complex, there was a lot going on in this world and Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love just throw you into it feet first. I like the male counterparts much better than the female lead, but the characters were all formed nicely and the fact was that it was Evalle's reticence and nasty past that I didn't like about her...I found her a bit too prickly. I hope she evolves in the next book - because you know, in these long running PNR/UF series that focus on one main character, it usually takes a man to even out these girls *ahem - Cat and Mac.

Audio Book:
The narration was competent, nothing I was dying about, but the voice transitions were spot on and I didn't "notice" her which is the point right? Christina Traister did the narration and it would seem she does a lot of Romance novels.

Recommended for Urban Fantasy fans, this might be a good UF transition to PNR, because well there wasn't any romance (I sound like a total broken record, don't I?) SK fans shouldn't be disappointed and you might like this one if you like the more complex paranormal novels that are out there.

411 on the series:

1. There are currently two books in the series, Blood Trinity: Book 1 in the Belador Series & Alterant (Belador #2) which will be released in September this year
2. On it is classified as a paranormal romance in the synopsis but on SK's site she calls it a Paranormal Thriller

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