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  • Blood Persuasion, Book 1
  • By: Wendi Wilson
  • Narrated by: Kate Richardson
  • Length: 6 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Persuade

By: Wendi Wilson
Narrated by: Kate Richardson
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Summary

Vampires don’t exist. 

Everyone knows that, but after a drug experiment gone wrong, a new generation of children share a frightening number of characteristics with the fictional bloodsucking monsters. Needing blood to survive. Advanced hearing capabilities. The ability to control people with their minds....

I’m Savanna James. Loner, outsider, whatever you want to call it, I have no friends, and that’s okay with me. Or at least, it was. Everything changed the day I met the Patton brothers. I knew what they were. Homo Altiorems, or Alts, the children born to participants in the XRT-90 trials. Three dark-haired, silver-eyed, smokin’ hot Alts, at my school, in my cafeteria, staring right at me. They insisted on getting to know me because something about me was different. Special.

I went from having zero friends to having three boys devoted to me in every way. And they were right: I was different. There’s one thing I can do that no one else can, and it changed my life. 

It changed theirs, too.

This is a young-adult reverse-harem paranormal romance suitable for teens and adults, ages 15-plus.

©2018 Wendi Wilson (P)2018 Wendi Wilson

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I enjoyed the plot line of this book i think the characters were made as individuals especially been triplets they had there own characteristics.... the reason I've given this book 3 stars is because of the narrator the female character she pulled of ok it's the male characters i didn't like her voice for as it can across as they were shouting and p###ed off all the time plus it was lacking emotion i think if the male characters were narrated by a male this book would of worked a lot better

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  • 25-12-20

YA Paranormal Romance...YES!!!

Savanna and her boys are so sweet. Such an innocent RH...this is why YA RH are rare. I loved it!! And how different each of the triplets is...nerdy, fun-loving and serious/cocky. I loved each one of them as much as Savanna does. I also feel for them, because of how they’ve been treated throughout their lives.

The original take on vampires was great!! And Alts aren’t exactly like vampires, they just depend on blood, have great hearing and can persuade humans. But they don’t have super speed, super strength and they can be out in the sun. The story behind how the became Alts is interesting too.

I thought the writing was great and the dialogue very realistic and easy to follow. The characters are complex to a degree and I look forward to seeing more of them in book two!!

The narrator’s voice wasn’t my favorite and it grated on me a bit, but she made the story easy to follow.