Author: Greg Howard
Reading Level: Adult Fiction
Genres: Paranormal | Horror | LGBTQIA
Released: September 17th 2016
Review Source: NetGalley | Wilde City Press
Cooper Causey spent a lifetime eluding the demons of his youth and suppressing the destructive power inside him. But a disconcerting voicemail lures Cooper back home to the coast of South Carolina and to Warfield—the deserted plantation where his darkness first awakened.
While searching for his missing grandmother, Cooper uncovers the truth about his peculiar ancestry and becomes a pawn in an ancient war between two supernatural races. In order to protect the only man he’s ever loved, Cooper must embrace the dark power threatening to consume him and choose sides in a deadly war between the righteous and the fallen.
Blood Divine is a good paranormal read. It entertained me enough to want to finish the book. Was I blown away? No, but that's OK. Sometimes you don't always need that effect, to enjoy something. Paranormal fans, will like reading it. If you look online, you'll see the book has gotten great feedback.
Basically you are getting a whole lot of supernatural beings and some romance here and there. The story is based in South Carolina, so you have a nice background scenery to go along with the story. Story is based around Cooper and how he ends back in his hometown after an alarming call from his grandmother. Once he arrives, he gets a lot of supernatural stuff dumped on him and he needs to figure it out asap. This begins a series of situations and even an old crush comes back into the picture.
Will Cooper find his grandmother? Will he deal with his new fate? And what he truly is? You'll have to read to find out what happens.