Review: Tainted Night, Tainted Blood- E.S. Moore

Title: Tainted Night, Tainted Blood
Author: ES Moore
Series: Kat Redding Book 2
Release Date: July 3 2012
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Rating: 4 Hoots
Reviewer: Krystal
Buy From: AmazonBarnes and NobleBook Depository 
Sum It Up! The author keeps the story moving at a rapid pace, and the reader will have a hard time putting this book down.

In the darkness, it’s easy to lose your way…

Kat Redding is a vampire with a job to do—wiping out the vamps and werewolves who prey on Pureblood humans. Someone has to do it…as long as that someone is her. But suddenly Kat, also known as Lady Death, has competition, and it’s causing problems. Vampire houses and werewolf clans alike are blaming her for a spate of gruesome murders, and Kat needs to figure out who’s really responsible before she becomes the next target…

On the hunt, she forms an uneasy alliance with both the Luna Cult and a powerful rogue werewolf. But the truths Kat’s uncovering—about her enemies and her few remaining confidantes—are far from comforting. And when the chance comes to leave her life of vengeance behind, Kat must decide whether her real motive lies in protecting the innocent, or sating her own fierce hungers…  (Goodreads)

The second book in the Kat Redding series is easily as good as the first. Kat is still a bit of a hero when it comes to Pureblood humans and she remains ever brave. Everything was going swimmingly for Kat until someone muddies the water. Someone is mirroring Kat and causing her to take the blame for a bunch of grisly murders. Kat knows she only has so much time before she, too, is a victim.

Kat struggles as a vampire. She constantly walks the line between hunter and savior. When she decides to take the alliance with the Luna Cult and a werewolf, she learns just how close to falling off of her savior pedestal she is. With her own brother possible involved in the murders, Kat needs to keep a clear head and make solid decisions. The reader will connect easily to her character. She is brave, smart, and mostly kind. For a vampire, she really does do the "right thing." The other characters are very intriguing to get to know. Some the reader will no doubt hate, others the reader will want to see more of, and still others will leave the reader surprised in the end.

The author keeps the story moving at a rapid pace, and the reader will have a hard time putting this book down. The events are constantly high-energy and exciting; there is an undertone of tension permeating the plot. Overall, this book is recommended to adult readers.

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