Release Day Review ~ Blood Green by Ashley Nemer

Blood Green
Title: Blood Green
Author: Ashley Nemer
Series: Blood series #3
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Published: April 28th 2014







The three worlds have collided and are coming to an end. Zayn and Nikole face off for the final battle with Haydar and Leigh in a match to the death.

Who will come out alive, and who will come out in the afterlife?

Good does not always triumph over evil, and in the Algula world, that is even more true.

Life as they know it is forever changed when heads roll.

Will Adara's child survive after Haydar has taken her prisoner?

Will Alec's death go avenged?

What will happen to Nasir now that Leigh is here?

Blood Green, because all good things come to an end.
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Blood Green is the final book in the Blood Trilogy, and it was a fitting end to the series. I saw a different side to some of the characters that I was on the fence about, and more depth of emotion from others. There were a few twists thrown in that I didn't see coming, but overall I enjoyed how things were wrapped up.

The characters that I have come to adore all grew into better people in this story. There was change for all of them and it helped them find their place within the family and the Algura race. Zayn become a forceful King due to circumstances outside of his control. He is a great King to the race, and has learned so much throughout this series. His priorities have changed and I liked how it has all come about.

Nikole has grown so much since I first met her in Blood Yellow. She still has that strong personality, but she has been through so much and she is finding it hard to move on. She finds some comfort in an old friend, but is it actually enough for her to become a courageous Princess once again?

Nasir has served the royal family for so long and I have enjoyed seeing how deep his loyalty runs for the Royals. He has also come to a crossroad in this book and it’s interesting to see the decisions he makes. But for all of them, will they be able to survive the evil of Haydar and Leigh?

Again, I enjoyed Ashley's writing and the way she spins the tale. She has created this world of vampires with passionate characters that I enjoy to read about. She has adapted some Arabic translations throughout the story which shows the depth to the culture and the story she is trying to portray. One thing I did miss was the action, but the direction of the story didn’t allow it to happen all the way through. The lust and intensity is still high throughout this book, so there were still enough sizzling scenes between the characters that had me quickly flicking the pages!

To sum it all up, it was a great ending to the series. All the loose ends were tied up and I was happy how things ended for these amazing characters. I will miss them all, but I saw that there’s a spinoff in the works, that will take us back to where it all began!! I’m excited… *fist pump*!!


Complimentary copy provided by the Author in exchange for an honest review.


Ashley was born in Wichita, Kansas. She is the eldest of three. She has two brothers who she completely adores and who were the inspiration for her Alpha Lead Zayn. She has always enjoyed writing and using her creativity. This started at a young age in Kansas City, Missouri when her brother Ryan and her would take scraps of wood and paint different pictures on them. Eventually when her articulation of feelings and emotions gained depth she started writing Original Oratory while attending Clear Brook High School.

Ashley’s first novel, Blood Purple is based on Algula vampires who dwelled in the Middle East and were forced from their home. The idea for this series spurred from one evening of Ashley researching her nationality after talking with her Aunt Pam about where her family originated. She and one of her friends did research on the folklore of that part of the world and found there was very little information about the paranormal genre and how it tied into the Middle East. Ashley took this idea and ran with it.

Ashley is married and lives in Houston with her husband Tony. They have two dogs named Toto and Doogie. They have been together for almost 8 years and he brings her more joy than she could ever imagine as a child. She loves to read and has been hooked on the romance genre ever since her lifelong best friend Laura gave her "Ashes to Ashes' by Tami Hoag to read when they were younger.

Ashley finds her strength through her family, especially her parents. They always support her in life, they push her to strive for greatness. There once was a motto that Ashley heard in her youth through her Taekwondo life 'Reach for the Stars' and that is what Ashley has always done. It was through her upbringing that the values Ashley has and display's came from. With her Parents always cheering her on in life she was able to grow up having faith in herself and her ability to conquer the world.

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Other reviews featuring Ashley Nemer

Blood Series
Blood Purple #1
Blood Yellow #2

Soul Mates by Ashley Nemer and L.S. Broomfield

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16 comments:

  1. Jenea WhittingtonApril 28, 2014 at 9:53 PM

    Glad this one a great conclusion for the series. It does sound good. :)

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  2. Hey, hey! I just one-clicked book 1 b/c it's a freebie right now ;) Thanks for putting this series on my radar!

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  3. I love it when an author manages to tie-up all of the loose ends at the end of a series/trilogy. And, the fact that there's a spin-off in the works is great news! Off to grab book 1. Thanks!

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  4. I'm so glad it was a fitting and satisfying end, Naomi! I love when an author can throw in some twists that I didn't expect and I really love it when characters have great growth. Fantastic review, girl!

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  5. Always wonderful to hear about a satifying ending and also glad you got to see the other side of some of those characters you were unsure about.

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  6. I always love good character growth in the right direction. this series sounds wonderful.

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  7. Thanks Jenea, it was a good series and a good ending.

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  8. You're welcome. I hope you like it!

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  9. I agree, having everything completed was a good way to go out!

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  10. I do too Brandi, and I think Ashley did it well.

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  11. Thanks Brandi. It was good to have things play out like they did.

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  12. I have enjoyed it. It has been an eventful journey.

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  13. First off I love that cover!! I just added this on goodreads and grabbed Blood purple :) great review girl!!

    Chanzie @ Mean Who You Are.

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  14. I love it too. All the new covers look good! Hope you enjoy it!

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  15. Great review! I just got Blood Purple, so I can check this series out!

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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  16. I hope you like it! It is a wonderful series!

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