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Black Bullet ( The Order of the Senary, #2) by L.D. Rose – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Black BulletBlack Bullet by L.D. Rose
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

  1. 5 Star
    Black Bullet ( The Order of the Senary) by L.D.Rose is a intense paranormal/fantasy book that will keep you on the edge of your seat with all the action,danger.Theres even some romance. I was instantly drawn in from the very beginning and I couldn’t put it down. Lawman has trust issues and Johnathan struggles internally.Thete is definitely some attraction between these two. What’s their future look like? .I highly recommend reading this book to find out. If you do I highly recommend reading..I look forward to reading more from this AuthorView all my reviews

Black Bullet (The Order of the Senary,#2) by L.D Rose – Review by Candida Hopper

Black Bullet (The Order of The Senary #2)Black Bullet by L.D. Rose
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Black Bullet (The Order of the Senary)
By L. D. Rose

This book was the kind of read that kept me on the edge of my seat. This book was full of action, suspense, and love. This story pulled me in from the beginning and there was never a dull moment throughout the entire read. I enjoyed reading about Lawan and Jon, both of them have their own issues and reasons for hunting vampires. This book was just as good if not better than the last book. This book can be read as a standalone without any trouble. I suggest reading the other books because they are also awesome entertaining reads that you won’t want to miss out on. I highly recommend this book, this is a must read.

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Black Bullet (The Order of the Senary Series Book #2) by L.D. Rose – Review by Angela Hayes

Black BulletBlack Bullet by L.D. Rose
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

Black Bullet is the second book in The Order of the Senary series by L.D. Rose. This is a wonderfully original (dark) paranormal romance with plenty of action, drama, violence, danger, and adventure. The world building in this story is first-rate! This was a really well written, multi-layered plot that kept me completely engrossed from start to finish.
We met Jonathan Kerr, who is a vampire, in the first book- but get to know him really well in this book. He’s a unique, interesting, confused, and tortured soul. Lawan Knight is a hybrid who had been held and tortured by vampires and was traumatized by the experience. So, what happens when these two tortured and haunted souls’ cross paths? You really should read all the intriguing details for yourself!
You don’t need to have read the first book in the series before starting this one, but I really recommend that you do because the first book gives so much back story and character introductions- with which would enhance your reading experience of this book.
I really felt for Jon and Lawan, and what they’d been through- their burden of pain was palpable.
A fantastic addition to the series, and my favourite, so far!

Thank you, Ms. Rose!

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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Black Bullet (The Order of the Senary #2) by L.D. Rose – Review by Emily Walsh

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ByL.D. Rose
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Black Bullet (The Order of the Senary #2) by L.D. Rose was an addicting, heart pounding read that had me hooked from start to finish.

Not my first read by this author or in this series. Though this book takes place in the same world as the first, it reads as a standalone. But I do suggest reading the first book as it will give you a better understanding of the world that L.D. Rose has created.

Like the first book, this opens on a not so pleasant note. Richly detailed and emotional, you’re sucked in and captured by the outstanding writing and the dark gruesome world. I can honestly say that once I started reading this book, I didn’t stop until the last word was read. It’s just one of those books that you can’t put down, because your mind is so fully absorbed that you need to know what’s going on at all times. It’s like you are a part of the story, an active participant, and it’s your constant reading that saves the day.

This book is well worth your time and energy. It’s not only engaging, but stimulating and entertaining. The plot is solid and the characters are multi layered and complex. Even though this book is about vampires and hybrids, you still connect to the MCs and the pain, suffering, and trials they have to overcome. So please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval, that you will not only be hooked, but obsessed.

Happy Reading

Review by @eawalsh

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Black Bullet (The Order of the Senary Book, #2) by L.D. Rose – Review by Erin Davidson

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Black Bullet is the second installment in L.D. Rose’s Order of the Senary series. This book can be read as a standalone, as it follows different characters from the first book, but the world building isn’t as strong as the first one. I recommend reading the first one to get a better sense of the world, and how it all came to be with leeches ruling over New York City. This book definitely started with a loud bang, and did not slow down for a second. I found the second book to be better than the first, in terms of Rose’s writing style growing and getting better and better. I found Lawan and Jon to be very interesting and realistic characters, that were written better than Blaze and Valerie from the first book. It’s amazing to see how much Rose’s writing improved between the first and second book, and how complex her characters are now. I loved all the books gory details, that for once weren’t left to the imagination. Rose weaves such a masterful story, that you can practically taste the blood yourself. I really really enjoyed this as a second installment and look forward to seeing how the series grows and develops.
4/5 stars

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Black Bullet (The Order of the Senary, ##2) by L.D. Rose – Review by Sara Oxton

Black BulletBlack Bullet by L.D. Rose
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Black Bullet by L.D. Rose a four-star read that will put you in order. This is the second novel in the Order of the Sentry series, however it is a stand-alone, you don’t need to have read the first one Releasing the Demons, but it does give you good world building background. The world building in this series is sublime, Jonathan Kerr is one of those characters that will make you feel his pain, he will make you feel his confusion and heart, coming to terms with what he is now. The pain and hardship are palpable, you will feel it as if it was your own. If you like your reads dark then you will adore this read.

Review by @saraoxo

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Black Bullet (The Order of the Senary, #2) by L.D. Rose – Review by Erin Wolf

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I give Black Bullet (The Order of the Senary) by L.D. Rose, 4 stars.

Jonathan is a former marine and FBI agent. Now he is vampire, but it was not something he wanted. He hates this life and lives with the pain and guilt every day. So he kills as many of the evil vampires as possible. He doesn’t care if he dies, he just uses his hatred to drive him. All of this changes he he meets Lawan.

Lawan has been treated horribly at the hands of vampires. They are all evil creatures and she will not make that mistake again. She has made it her mission to kill as many as possible. But that doesn’t really make the demons in her head go away. When she meets Jonathan, her first instinct is to end his life. But there is something different about him — he is a puzzle. Can these two broken people find solace in each other?

This was a great paranormal romance with action thrown in. The characters were good and the story itself was very entertaining. There were some nice twists that made this book stand out among others in the genre. Plus it’s not just the main characters, the secondary characters are just as interesting and real. And I loved Oscar! I hope to see him more in the future.

This was another hit in this series and I highly recommend it to those who love vampires and the paranormal.

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Black Bullet by L.D. Rose – Review by Kerry Baker

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Black Bullet by L.D. Rose is the second book in the Order of the Senary series. This book is a stand-alone, however, you are introduced to these characters in book one.
This book is a great mix of fantasy and crime and thriller. It keeps you on your toes and turning the pages. The characters were the kind that just worked together, interesting and exciting to read about. Their interaction was so convincing it sucked you further into the story.
The book had a great pace to it, flowing all the way through and always holding your interest. This is a well written book and I cannot wait to read more.

Reviewed by @kerry

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Black Bullet (The Order of The Senary Book Two) by L. D. Rose – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Black Bullet (The Order of The Senary Book Two) by L. D. Rose

5-stars

Hot vampire hybrids fighting vampires and protecting the humans. Well mostly hybrids. Jon is the main male character of this novel and he is full out vampire but different. Lawan is the main female character and is a kick but hybrid. Both characters were amazing! The storyline of this novel is fast paced and full of action. I could not put this book down and it is a great addition to the series. The author always does an amazing job setting up the world in which the characters exist. I think it would be terrifying to live in that world but I love reading about it.

Reviewed by @mratclif

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BLACK BULLET The Order Of The Senary by L.D. ROSE – Review by Gail Guerrero

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

BLACK BULLET The Order Of The Senary by L.D. ROSE

Five Stars

This takes vampires in a new direction. I really enjoyed this story. It was very refreshing to read a vampire story that wasn’t fluffy. There was something intriguing about the way Jon was turned. The author gave each character something unique. They weren’t just vampires but hybrids. Lawan had me in tears. I felt her anguish and relished in her revenge. Normally I cringe at some violence but not this time. I think it takes great skill to write a character that is strong but also fragile. To make them seem unbreakable but also relatable.
Reviewed by @gguerrero89

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