My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A Brilliantly Imagined Paranormal Universe!
This is my first foray into the paranormal genre, and BOY am I glad I took the plunge! Willis has an extremely vivid imagination and a talent for building suspense and creating an intriguing universe.
Keira Blackwater lives in a world where vampires and werewolves have been normalized into society since the government established rights for paranormals in the 1970s. In practice, these rights are fragile truces at best, a somewhat extreme allegory of modern society.
Keira is unique in that her blood can be used to “cure” paranormals back into human form. A small industry has developed around the collection and distribution of her blood.
When paranormals begin to turn up dead, all evidence points to Keira. Now, she finds herself the focal point of a conflict between vampires, werewolves, and an ancient demon of pure evil. Keira must find a way to both combat her enemies and prove her innocence.
Willis is such a descriptive author that I could feel every bruise, cut and emotional trauma that Keira experienced.
I highly recommend Blood Cure to any reader who enjoys a well told, extremely imaginative story with lots of very realistic combat scenes, and a highly satisfying ending. I can’t wait for the next installment in this well-established series.