Oaths of Blood (Ascension, #2)

[Read] ➵ Oaths of Blood (Ascension, #2) By S.M. Reine – E17streets4all.co.uk Werewolves are immune to every illness and can heal any wound It should be impossible for one to become possessed by a demon But that’s exactly what Seth Wilder is facing: a werewolf gone insane fro Werewolves are immune to every illness and can heal any wound It should be impossible Oaths of Kindle - for one to become possessed by a demon But that’s exactly what Seth Wilder is facing: a werewolf gone insane from possession He has no choice but to deliver her to the only exorcist in America, Elise Kavanagh, who also happens to be a powerful demon known as the GodslayerElise is in hiding when Seth and Rylie Gresham, Alpha werewolf, arrive seeking her help She agrees, but everything has its price What they learn about the possessed werewolf changes everything — Hell and Earth, the pack, and the future of the entire world….Oaths of Blood (Ascension, #2)


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  • Kindle Edition
  • 340 pages
  • Oaths of Blood (Ascension, #2)
  • S.M. Reine
  • English
  • 24 December 2019

10 thoughts on “Oaths of Blood (Ascension, #2)

  1. says:

    🖤 Elise Kavanagh Thou Art the Sunshine of Our Black Withered Hearts Buddy Reread (EKTAtSoOBWHBR™) with the MacHalos 🖤

    · Previous rating: 4 stars.
    · New rating: 3.5 stars. And that's bloody generous of me. But Elise would have kicked my exoskeleton six ways to Shrimpday if I'd lowered my rating to 3 stars, so there you have it and stuff.

    And the moral of this reread is: those bloody fishing werewolves and their bloody fishing non-stop melodrama. Bloody shrimping hell of the stinking squid, can't they all DIE DEADLY DEAD IN A MOST DEADLY, SLIGHTLY FATAL WAY ALREADY?! And if they can't ALL DIE for some outrageous, disgraceful reason, can we at least have Little Miss Self-Centered Self-Righteous Self-Everything Princess Rylie of the Ridiculously Ridiculous White Sundresses (aka The Lamest Alpha Ever) either kick the bucket, perish, croak, expire, cease to exist, conk out or, I don't know, get lethally skewered or something? Look at me giving Reine all this wonderful array of delightful options! Can't say I'm difficult. Or narrow-minded. Hey, I'm even willing to get the job done myself, if Reine is too busy to rewrite the series right now! How scrumptiously generous of me, is it not?

    *unleashes her super chippy, gleefully perky voice*

    Rylie Dearest of Dears, where art thou?! I have a little something for you!

    You're welcome.

    💌 A very private, very personal message to Elise: I 💕lurves💕 your Super Extra Fished Up Twisted Little Self. Please marry me and stuff. (Also, a honeymoon in Dis would be most appreciated and stuff.)

    💌 A very private, very personal message to James: thou art such an exasperating, idiotic fool. I 💕lurves💕 you. Please marry me and stuff. (You can go on a honeymoon to Dis with Elise and me if you want. I'm pretty sure it will be quite splendid and stuff.)

    P.S. Oh look, it's been 5 years since I promised writing a crappy review for this book! And it's probably going to be 5 more years until I actually start thinking about maybe writing it! Yay and stuff!

    · Book 1: Sacrificed in Shadow ★★★★
    · Book 3: Ruled by Steel ★★★★
    · Book 4: Caged in Bone ★★★
    · Book 5: Lost in Prophecy ★★★★★
    · Book 6: Torn by Fury ★★★★★
    · Book 7: Sins of Eden ★★★★★

    [June 2015]

    I couldn't care less about the stupid werewolves in this story but damn, Elise Kavanagh, you rock my world.

    Crappy review to come.

  2. says:

    oh my god! oh my god! oh my........ did you seriously.... yes, you did, oh my, holy shhhhhhh...... I can't tell you. I can say that I am devastated. I am shocked. I am completely unprepared. I am slightly at a loss. Ok, let me try.... There are multiple POVs in here, which added to the POVs from Sacrificed in Shadow. I happen to like getting a look into everyone's heads. After all the things that happened at the end of the first book, I was a little unprepared for how shocking this one would be. A big part of this one is Seth. You get to see how Seth feels and looks at the pack. You also get to see how Elise is dealing with things from the first book as well as this new threat for being framed for murder of a big politician. And James is still causing havoc and manipulation.

    There's a lot of mystery and action in this one. I thought the first one was top notch, and this one is even better. I am obsessed with these characters and their stories. Each character is so well thought out, and complex, and real. You will get attached to every one of them. You will feel the anguish for the bad guys. You will be torn with decisions right along with them. You will cry, like I did, at the end, when you realize that that really is real and just happened and you can't take it back. I think this may have been one of the most emotional books of any of Ms Reine's I've ever read. She got me on this one.
    I recommend that you read this series. And if you really want the best experience, read the two starter series. Rylie and her wolves have a start- you can even get that book one for free, I'll leave the links below. And Elise's start is also free. And then read everything else in between too! I need everything! I can't grasp the awesomeness that came with the end of this one. 5 COMPLETELY SHOCKING HEART STOPPING PAWS!!!

  3. says:

    This second book in the Ascension Series takes the reader on an emotional roller-coaster ride. The never-stopping action leaves you with an adrenaline spike that not even a bottle of Valium can quell.
    You smile, you laugh, you scowl, you cry. You might plot a murder for a character who's causing so much pain in their blindness.

    The plot sees Elise and Rylie fighting together again, they start from two separates cases and realize they are intertwined. At the end of the book the world isn't the same, literally. Nor are the two leading ladies.

    Ms Reine is an incredible young writer. She writes the kind of UF that hooked me on the genre: incredible world-building, a bunch of characters worth their ink and the perfect heroine. Strong, kick-ass without ever getting into the wonder woman fantasy trope. Angsty without ever being unreasonable.

    ARC Courtesy of Ms Reine

  4. says:

    These books are not as good at the Descent series, partly because I don't really like the (view spoiler)[ werewolves, (hide spoiler)]

  5. says:

    Hold on, I'm still a little shell-shocked from the end of this book. THINGS HAPPEN, PEOPLE. THINGS! Big things. Things that feel game-changing. And that's not even taking into account the swarming demons and other nasties that go bump in the night.

    Frankly, Elise is in a bad way through a good chunk of this book. Being the only demon of her kind makes the learning curve on what she needs to do to stay healthy pretty steep. We're getting hints at what she is but I don't think the full picture is anywhere near laid out. And that makes things tough for her when things start to go wrong with her body.

    But Elise is Elise and she keeps on no matter the cost to her.

    Meanwhile, Rylie's torment over what she is and the things she's done is heartbreaking. She's shouldered a lot in the past few years and for all her power, she's still just a girl trying to do the right thing. What Elise can do offers her a chance at something she never thought she'd have and I can understand why she wanted it.

    Now, I'm going to be intentionally vague here. Because it amuses me. I think that things aren't always what they seem. Blood is a HUGE focus in this world and Elise's blood in particular can do things beyond the norm. I'm hoping that there's an answer for what happened at the end of this book somewhere in there. Or maybe S.M. Reine will pull one of her shocking moves and NOT go the way I think this might. I really don't know.

    Bottom line, this series just keeps getting better. Things are bad right now but our heroes have been known to pull out of much worse situations in the past.

    Here's to seeing what book 3 brings!

    -Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  6. says:

    I am a huge fan of this series, as well as the two series by this author that introduce the characters brought together in Ascension, and have been following these characters from the beginning. I have to say the writing just keeps getting better and better. Oaths of Blood is a fun meaty read that brings Elise, Rylie, Seth, and James, to name a few of the characters making an appearance in this installment, together again with a whole new possible world ending crisis. The maturity in the writing continues and I think this installment is one of the best so far. There is plenty of action and nail biting edge of your seat suspense, as well as a few surprises with crooked politicians, demons galore, werewolves, angels, and witches just to mention a few of the characters that make up this great read. We also get to revisit with characters introduced in prior works and see just what they are up to now. Overall I loved Oaths of Blood, it was a wonderful ride with a jaw dropping ending that has left me eager to read the next installment. I am going to stick to my guns in saying this series should be read in order, including the prior two series, to get the full enjoyment from the world building and characterizations. However, I also believe that if you started here, you would want to go back and find out what took place to bring about the current condition of this world and learn more about the characters that inhabit it. I definitely would recommend these works to urban fantasy fans. I received this book from the author with a request for my honest review without any compensation whatsoever, other than the joy of reading a new book.

  7. says:

    How many times have you heard, The road to Hell is paved with good intentions? Never have I thought of that phrase more than during this book. All the plans, all the regrets, all the heart breaking decisions! As I eagerly wait for book 3, one question keeps repeating: why, why can't I hate James?

    happy reading my friends.

  8. says:

    WooHoo! I love Sara's style of writing.

  9. says:

    What do I think???? All my mind can process is WOW... Reine has a way of keeping you on the edge of your seat. The left hand certainly does not know what the right hand is doing. Everyone THINKS they know but by the time they find out...well at least they think they do then they are still surprised. There are so many twists and turns in this story arc with each of the characters I do not know how Reine keeps them straight with the way they touch each other.

    Elise reminds me of the energizer bunny she takes just keeps going and going and going no matter what happens to her. James loves her but he has tunnel vision. The other characters each have their special qualities that make you care about them in their own special way. They are so very real. This is even true about the bad guys. And when they do get what is coming to them you just want to yell HELL YELL! I am so looking forward to the rest of the books in this series.

  10. says:

    I did not expect that at all. I'm at the point where I wish James and Elise would just open to each other and make up. By avoiding their bond they both seem to be causing unintended trouble. I can't wait to read the next book another stellar story!

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