Book Review: Blood and Ink by Holly Evans

Blood & Ink (Ink Born #2)Blood & Ink by Holly Evans
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book.

This is the second book in Holly Evans “Ink Born” series and picks up right where “Stolen Ink” left off, with Dacian and friends moving to a new city in hopes of staying ahead of those who’d like to use his special skills for their own ends.

One result of the move is that he is no longer able to be his own boss, and getting used to working for someone else isn’t easy. Plus there are, of course, the emotional ramifications of such a sudden move and the stress it can put on any relationship, and new relationships to be forged. Worse, Kieran is faced with a family tragedy and needs the support of his friend. With all that already on his plate, when Dacian is drawn into a new mystery and the ink network tries to force an even tighter bond, he finds himself struggling to keep it all together.

The only complaint I had with the book is that the author had a few phases that, to me, were overused, and on a couple of occasions, it seemed like a brief passage of dialog was repeated almost word for word. Still, the story, characters and the world they exist in are compelling and quite enjoyable

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