Review: Blood Wrath Book 3 by: Zoey Sweete

Renee Draven the witch/vampire hybrid sent to save the mortal realm has failed. She has been beaten, bruised, and left for dead. Half of her soul has been torn away with losing her true one and loyal mate William Angelo. Now, she must look inside herself and find the strength to avenge his death, while unleashing her wrath against Demon Queen, Demya; the one who tore him away from her loving arms. But Demya is only one of the many demons Renee will face. Old ones will rise, and the King himself will lead them to chaos. Between battling the darkness that is slowly eating away what is left of her sanity, she must somehow survive the greatest battle she has ever faced. Will our heroine rise above the demons that are coming for her life or will the fate she suffers be worse than death?

I received this book to give an honest review. My rating is a 4.5
I was going to give this book a solid 5 wine glass rating but being as there were a lot of grammar mistakes that I believe should have caught I had to drop it down.
There is a lot of action within this story and Renee is no longer her true self. There seems to be lies coming from almost everyone but Tristan. Even though Renee and him are not together he loves her and doesn't ever try to hold anything from her. Renee lost her true one and she is constantly battling within her self the darkness and the light. When she pretty much unleashes hell it is more than she bargained for. Lives will be lost in the battle and Renee doesn't have a lot of backup like she thought. Renee's heritage comes into play within this book and she will get a lot of her answers to her questions. The ending is a huge cliffhanger to me and I am eagerly waiting for book 4 to come out. I want to know can Renee be saved after calling the evil power into herself. Or will she die at the hands of those close to her. Will the prophecy be filled? Will and can the Old Ones be defeated? If you haven't read this series than I suggest you get your copy. 

Zoey SweeteZoey Sweete has been writing since she was around twelve years old. Always able to explain how she felt or put what she was thinking better on paper than saying it, writing became an outlet for her. The paper did not judge her or talk back, but listened to her inner struggles and allowed her to be free. It became a form of therapy for her.

Zoey Sweete is known for her Draven Witch Series but does not limit herself to just the paranormal genre. She has published several poetry collections, erotica both paranormal and some light BDSM, and is looking to expand herself more into the dark world of twisted thrillers. She will also take on writing under another pen name as well, Emerald Rai Fleurs or Rai Emeralds. This will allow her to push past her own boundaries, expand her audience, and even though she has never really limited herself on her writing as Zoey, she wanted to be able to do something different, and creating a new persona with a new style was something that sounded like a whole lot of fun.

She has several anthologies she has been featured in and now is looking to start collaborating with other authors whether for private collections or co-writing full length manuscripts. She will writing in these collections, collaborations, and anthologies both as Zoey Sweete and Emerald Rai Fleurs/Rai Emeralds.

Zoey Sweete is not only an author but also the owner of Phoenix Fire Publishing. She wanted to create a publishing company by an author for authors. She believes working one on one with each of her authors and developing not only a business partnership but a friendship as well.

She lives in Central Texas with her beautiful daughter who has her mother's unique sense of story telling and vivid imagination.

But she was told from an early age that if you were going to dream then dream big, or don't dream at all. Her dreams are just getting started.... 


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