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Reunite with Navan and Riley in Renegades, the heart-pounding third book of the best-selling Hotbloods series.

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Fantastic

Can’t wait for the next book in the series - if you love vampires and sci-fiction, these books are a must

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  • Kim
  • 18-08-20

So short

The narrator is on point. Found myself laughing a few times. The words were really brought to life. I feel like this could’ve been part of book two. It was soooooo short. Better cliffhanger than book 2.

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  • kozychic
  • 09-12-19

Captivating originality

This story is original and exciting. Never a dull moment. Edge of your seat action.

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  • AJS
  • 16-04-19

And, still fun!

This is the second series of Bella Forrest's that I've delved into. She has a way of creating a world you just wouldn't have been able to imagine without her. She did the same in her "Gender Game" series, which I feel I knew intimately by the end of the series. The same is true, so far, for this series.

NOTE FROM PREVIOUS BOOK'S REVIEW:
There's one major continuity issue in this book that I'm kind of surprised Bella Forrest didn't catch and address. Without giving anything away, it's about the language. UPDATE: Bella does address this (late) in this book, but it's really an after-thought explanation, and was honestly a bit weak.

That said, still enjoyable.