Blood Secret (Blood, #5) by Sharon Page

Blood Secret (Blood, #5)

Games Of PassionLucy Drake is prepared to do all she must to save her family, even if that means giving herself as a sexual plaything to the Duke of Greystone. Desperate to keep her ability to shape-shift into dragon form a secret, she willingly enters an unfamiliar world of carnal ecstasy with the one man who is sworn to destroy all of her kind. . .The Duke of Greystone will do whatever he must to discover the Drake family secret and uncover the...


Details Blood Secret (Blood, #5)

TitleBlood Secret (Blood, #5)
ISBN9780758250957
Author
Release DateMar 27th, 2012
PublisherAphrodisia
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Vampires, Adult Fiction, Erotica, Romance, Paranormal Romance, Historical, Dragons, Erotic Romance
Rating

Reviews Blood Secret (Blood, #5)

  • Karissa Dahm
    2018-11-26
    This book is steamy at first and kinds takes a twist away from erotica to a more action fantasy and continues down that road till the ending.First book I have read by this author, looking forward to more.
  • Deborah Janes
    2019-07-04
    GoodGood but not exceptional. Parts of the story were repetitive where it wasn’t necessary. The heroine was a little sappy (but I guess that just goes with the territory). Hero was good. All-in-all a good read.
  • Mireille
    2017-06-07
    These characters are freaks.
  • Annalice
    2018-06-14
    Amazing. I liked how it also had some adventure (fighting) scenes.
  • Lucy Dosch
    2012-04-29
    Since their father’s death, Lady Lucy Drake’s brother, the new Earl of Wrenshire, seems determined to leave this family in ruin. When Lucy learns that her brother’s gambling has gotten himself into debt to the notorious rake, the Duke of Greystone, she does the only this she can to save her younger sister for being married off to a lecherous, old man, she goes to the Duke and offers her innocence to the Duke in exchange for her brother’s ...
  • Vanessa theJeepDiva
    2012-03-26
    I hate certain surprises in book. This is partially my own fault, but I did look for this information before I accepted this book and the back cover blurb didn’t give me enough info on this. This is the 5th book in a series and it is a historical. Being the 5th book in the series was not a problem. Blood Secret works excellently as a stand-alone. I looked at the previous four books and as far as I could tell the main characters from those books...
  • Scooper Speaks
    2012-04-08
    Favorite Lines: "You have the most lush and beautiful arse I've ever seen. I would love to give you an orgasm by pleasuring it." (p. 60)Warning: Expect tons of hot, kinky sex. If that's not what you're looking for don't pick up the book. It's also book five in a series. I didn't realize that when I started reading. I think had I known it would have clarified the roles of vampires and dragon shifters much sooner than I realized. It's a historical,...
  • Missy Jane
    2012-12-02
    This isn't my first Sharon Page book and I had been a big fan of her up to now. Unfortunately, this book is really more of a 2.5 stars than 3. The first half or so was good with intrigue and lots of sex, a workable plot and easy to like or hate characters. Lucy is a dragon and Sinjin is a vampire. That alone was intriguing. Then came the typos. There were actually quite a few in one single chapter as if the line editor simply skipped it. They wer...
  • A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol)
    2012-08-24
    Lucy Drake goes to the Duke of Greystone intending to give her innocence to him in exchange for the money her brother owes him. The Duke agrees but instead of one night with her he wants two weeks of carnal pleasure. She protests, but when Lucy finds out her brother owes not 1,000 pounds as he told her, but 30,000, she agrees to his terms in order to save her family.However, they are each hiding a big secret from the other. Lucy is actually a dra...
  • Cassandra
    2012-04-23
    Now as you read this, keep in mind that I love Historical romances, as well as paranormal ones, so to have those two genres TOGETHER is very nearly a perfect book for me. This book is a bit steamier than I’m used to of late, but considering there is a WARNING on the back, that’s to be expected….and anticipated? Yes, I had that in mind when I asked for this one. We start out with Lucy Drake; her brother has managed to get himself into pretty...
  • Daphne Birchfield
    2012-09-27
    I just want to start off saying i constantly rolled my eyes throughout the entirety of this book. She was very naive and too trustworthy; Granted Lucy did not who sinjin really was. The book has very kinky sex scenes so if you're into erotica you may like it. For a virgin she was very adventurous. I don't know I just felt she was idiotic because he was using her the whole time and planned to harm once he got what he wanted. This truly is a case w...
  • Krista Bunny
    2012-05-26
    I really liked Sharon Page's earlier books in the Blood series, because I like the menage elements mixed with the paranormal vampire stuff. However, I had to push myself through this book. I got so freaking irritated when he commands her to shift to a dragon and she obviously doesn't want to. You are a DRAGON, honey, YOU DON'T HAVE TO DO SHIT! I guess I've just been spoiled with strong heroine dragons from G.A. Aiken in her Dragon Kin series beca...
  • Bronwyn Rykiert
    2012-05-17
    I enjoyed the first few books in this series but for some reason I cannot get into this story which rather disappoints me. It has the same mix, a hunky vampire, a female shape shifting dragon and lots or erotic couplings but it is not doing it for me the way the earlier books did. Maybe it is time to move to another genre, maybe this one has lost interested for me. I got to page 150 and called it quits - it took me about 3 weeks to get there too....
  • Tory
    2013-03-09
    While overall I enjoyed this book, there were a lot of holes in the plot. There was some hints about Sinjun's nephew being different (levitating and his coma-like sleep) but this was not really addressed by the end of the book. I had some thoughts on what they meant, but like I said it was never clarified. There was also no real answer as to what Lucy's change at the end means. Also, I thought the re-writing of Sinjun's history at the end of the ...
  • Lisa
    2012-04-01
    Really good. Usually books from her Blood series are mmf - this one was mf but still the author packs it full of kinky. I always look forward to when this author has a new book out and this one did not disappoint. You definitely have to be a certain kind of person to enjoy a deeply erotic paranormal love story between a dragon shifter and a dragon slaying vampire, but I am that kind of person.
  • Mistress SuckMyBlackDagger
    2012-05-11
    As with all of this series I think it was pretty well written. I am not a huge fan of historical romance/erotica but it is not overpowering in this series. I don't normally like children in books but James was so far in the background that it made it a little better. Pretty good, pretty good.
  • Lynette Carson
    2012-07-30
    it was ok i enjoyed her other vamp books but this one well all i can say is a bit lame the story line skipped around and the characters aside from the sex werent ones who held your interest i was very disappointed with this one
  • Heidi
    2016-03-24
    One sentence review...Vampire (unwittingly) falls in love with shape-shifting dragon (yeah, you read that right) in Regency London.PS- Love scene scorch rating = Highly Flammable!
  • Sharon
    2014-09-29
    This story just seemed to be missing something.
  • Cocktails and Books
    2012-06-13
    Look for review on Night Owl Reviews