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Accacia's Blood

Sisters of Hex - Accacia, Book 2
By: Bea Paige
Narrated by: Megan Green
Length: 5 hrs and 37 mins
4 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)
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Summary

After saving Rhain from an agonizing death, Accacia is determined to find her missing friend Clover and rescue her from the mysterious fae. With the assistance of her vampire knights, the group heads into the forbidden forest of Ever Vale and into a world of mystery and magic. Drawn deeper into the depths of the wood, Accacia learns what it is to have courage, to fight for the ones you love, and to know when to let them go. 

Accacia's Blood is audiobook two of Accacia's trilogy and part of the Sisters of Hex paranormal romance series. Five sisters, five clans, a curse, and a whole host of supernatural creatures. 

©2017 Bea Paige (P)2019 Bea Paige

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Accacias journey continues.

In this continuing Saga of The Sisters of Hex Accacias Blood book 2, we find Accacia and her three vampires on a journey into a parallel world in search of Clover Accacias best friend. This search leads to new truths of herself and her friend. It also leads her to her new home in Ever Vale. Ezra comes to terms with his past tragedy so he can move on into a future with Accacia and their bond, but after the bond is complete they find Devin missing. Some new developments have appeared to divert Accacia and her three vampires from their original quest.
So the series moves on to book 3, Accacias Bite and hopefully our HEA for Accacia and her three vampires.
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Good story

As with the first book in the series, I enjoyed the story but really wish the narration was a bit better. I do look forward to finishing the last book in this group when it comes out on audio.

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Falling into place

This storyline is very intense. I’m enjoying how everything is falling into place and looking forward to the next book. Another great performance.

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  • Zoe
  • 21-02-19

Book 2

This audio book in the series is full of emotions; anger, fear, regret, hope, love. It was such a roller coaster read. I loved getting to know Ezra and watching his heart heal.

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  • Ashley Hedden
  • 21-03-19

Great Read

Accacia's Blood was another good read by Be a Paige. This is book two in Accacia's trilogy that is part of the sisters of Hex series. Accacia has saved Rhain and now is looking for her missing friend Clover. Accacia and her vampire knights go to a forbidden forest in hopes of finding Clover. I enjoyed this book and can't wait to read more about Accacia and her men.

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  • Tera
  • 19-03-19

Great story

Picking up where the first book left off we hear how Ezeria has his heart healed throughout the fear, regret, hope and love wrapped up in the storyline.
The narrator does a great job narrating and helped bring the story into a different light. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Jennifer K.
  • 25-02-19

2nd book in series

In this 2nd book we get to learn more about the curse , dark forest and Ezeria. I enjoyed watching his heart heal. Lots of emotions in this story.

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  • Erin Lewis
  • 25-02-19

The genre is Growing On Me

This was a relatively new author to me, although I have listened to a couple of books narrated by Megan Green previously.

Although not a particularly long book, Bea Paige certainly managed to pack a fair bit into it and you cannot help but be drawn in by the story she weaves.
Megan Green does a great job narrating and she certainly brought the story to life. This book seems to be a little more emotionally involved than book one, but then that is just my opinion.
Paranormal is not a genre I often read or listen to. Accacia’s Blood not only contained romance but suspense as well. If you like paranormal,particularly with Vampires, the Fae and magic then this will be right up your alley.
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  • Lovinghotbooks1
  • 19-02-19

Adventure

Note that this is part of a trilogy and this story had more romance in it then the first in this series. Which I’m very happy with.

I feel that it’s hard to say much without giving away spoilers. What I can say is this:

* Good storyline
* The characters are growing on me, I feel like I know them better after this book
* No unnecessary descriptions of surroundings
* The love scenes is okay but can still have more intensity added to make them more steamy
* It’s a fairy tale for grown ups 😬

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I’m sad to say I don’t like the voice particularly but at the same time in some weird way it matches the story ...... I think 🤔
Pronunciation is clear and she reads with feelings. The biggest draw back is that it should have been dual or duet reading because this narrator for me just isn’t mastering the male voices.

Conclusion: I listen even if I’m not totally happy with the narrator so it’s good enough.

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