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High Society – Casey L. Bond

Eve thought landing in the year 1717, in a time of piracy and open sea battle was brutal, but 1777 was far worse. The American colonies may have declared their independence over a year ago, but the Redcoats stubbornly refused to accept defeat. The war continued to rage on, and the battles fought were as acrimonious as they were destructive. Unsurprisingly, Enoch and his siblings were in the thick of it all, siring vampire militias to bolster the Continentals in their quest for true freedom. 
To Eve, it quickly became clear that there were more schemes in play off the battlefields than on them, and as usual, she managed to insert herself in the center of the drama. Trouble, she learned, was the one thing that targeted her regardless of time or place. 
Even though Eve was built for maximum destruction, trouble might be the one thing she couldn’t outrun – no matter how fast she was.

I’d like to thank Casey L. Bond and Lady Amber’s Tours for sending me an e-arc of this book it is very much appreciated. I read High Stakes and High Seas which was book 1 and 2 and I loved both of them books and I have been waiting for this book. Both of those books kept me on the edge of my seat and I can’t wait to start the third book. You also definetely shouldn’t read this review if you hadn’t read the first one or even the second one as there will be spoilers for the first two books in this one.

High Society started straight where High Seas ended and we were straight back into the action of where Maru had been wanted for treason.

We saw more of Asa this time around, more so than the other two novels and he was a very interesting character. He was quite funny yet also something we didn’t see in the other novels. I like the bluntness of his character. We saw an interesting dynamic when it came to Asa, Eve, Titus and Terah especially as Enoch was not around until half way into the novel it was interesting to see how they behave.

I loved the bargain between Asa and Eve it made for a very interesting conversations between them. Especially as she also had to act like a clone.

I loved the friendship between Titus and Eve their friendships grows so much stronger and I love how they are always defending each other as well as working with each other.

Victor and Kael this is getting more interesting. I can’t see where this plot is going but damn it’s good. With every book it builds more and more and I can’t work out where it’s going. But I am living for it!

Eve has been through a lot. Eve has been through so much and everything she went through is so inhumane and it’s so sad that she had to go through that. Even worse that she is living through it now that she is remembering what has happened to her. She’s also unlocking the truth for Titus and they are both questioning their time as an asset.

The story is so much more interesting now that Victor and Kael are the bad ones, and that Enoch, Terah and Asa are in fact the good ones and that they have been building a little safe haven. I really love that it’s been tipped on it’s head.

Maru going back in time to Eve is very interesting this is going to put it all on it’s head and I am there for it! I am living for it..

The mystery of this book just keeps getting bigger, it keeps me hooked and gripped reading on and each page. I was shocked by the cliffhanger and it just makes me want to read the next book. Casey’s writing gets better with each book and I can’t wait to see where she takes the series next.

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