Hot Blooded (Jessica McClain, book 2) by Amanda Carlson – book cover, description, publication history. The old adage of ‘it doesn’t rain but pours’ holds true for Jessica McClain. Hot Blooded takes you on a fast action adventure, where the main character doesn’t. Jessica McClain series detials and buy links.

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Carlson is a skilled enough author to make me forget all about it and I already think Rourke is perfect for Jess.

Jessica McClain Series by Amanda Carlson

Selene is a bloodthirsty goddess, bent on destroying Jessica and those she loves. To stand a chance of defeating Ruven, Amalia and Zaira must face their worst nightmares, expose their deepest secrets and unleash Bloodd ravaging fire. I really enjoyed the first book in this series and looked forward to this one.

Also, the way she constructed the were and vampire communities made sense and worked well for my tastes.

On top of this, every sect in the supernatural community now views Jess as a threat that needs eliminated, even half human, half demon Imp’s threaten Jess in the car park telling her that her death is imminent and that she will never rule the underworld not that she even wants to. A Jessica McClain novella Details. To ask other readers questions about Hot Bloodedplease amabda up. Follow her on twitter at tashadrinkstea for updates. Mar 16, Jen Davis rated it really liked it.


She lives in Minneapolis, with her husband and three kids. Constant heart-racing read, keeping the heart pounding with fevered worry and anticipation as Jessica fights for her love, friends, and her life. More books by Amanda Carlson. Preview — Hot Blooded by Amanda Carlson. There is a little bit of backstory mixed in, but not much.

Having read a tonne of shifter books I really enjoyed the very different and creative way Jess’s place or status in the pack evolved, it really kept me guessing. At some point I hope we can slow down for amandq bit because there’s a lot of Jessica’s life that I’m eager to find out about, and I think that can only be accomplished if we slow the action down for a bit, which goes against all my instincts of what I enjoy reading.

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I would have liked to see more of Rourke and Jessica together. Jul 09, Amanda Bonilla rated it it was amazing. High octane urban fantasy. Our kick ass Jessica Bpooded have to say, one major improvement over the first book is the pacing.

Hot Blooded

As generals and politicians face off with the Gray Lords of the fae, a storm is coming and her name is Death. Sep 02, Jennifer rated it really liked it.

And as Devin slowly befriends people of these new races, his discomfort in his role grows. City of Eternal Night. No, those are not regular bats.

As always all opinions are my own and I was not compensated in any way for this review. But it’s really muted. She is very powerful, but is determined to hold on to her humanity. Jessica is determined to find the man she is destined to, from the beginning of the book.


I mean good because it conveys that Amanda Carlson is not afraid to do her own thing, and it alludes that she’ll be keeping us on our toes on what to expect in future novels while keeping each installment unique and refreshing within her universe. Add in the fact that she is the only female werewolf of her kind and that makes her all the more special.

In Hot Blooded, her pack found itself in the middle of a war, and Jessica had to abandon them all to save her mate from an evil goddess bent a,anda revenge. At the same time, it was during this portion that most of the important plot elements that would increase the intrigue and tension of the story occurred.

The second part was especially interesting in that regard — Jessica and her friends had to fight all kinds of mythological creatures to get to Rourke, each of them more fascinating than the last.

She lives in Minneapolis with her husband and three kids.