Blood Spells

Blood Spells

Mayan lore and modern science warn that 12/21/2012 could bring a global cataclysm?a threat that is far more real than we imagine. Dark forces stand poised to crush mankind beneath a vicious rule of terror and blood sacrifice. Our only hope rests with a group living in secret among us: modern magic wielders called the Nightkeepers. Trained from birth to fight with fists and Mayan lore and modern science warn that 12/21/2012 could bring a global cataclysm?a threat that is far more real t...

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Title:Blood Spells
Author:Jessica Andersen
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:Blood Spells
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:440 pages pages

Blood Spells Reviews

  • Christi Snow
    Jun 30, 2011

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

  • July
    Jun 19, 2014

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

    After 4 books of nightkeeper goodness we all know the deal. 1 Book = 1 Couple. I have to say that this book evolves around the most annoying (for me that is) couple of the nightkeepers. In the beginning i don't even want to read it for that reason. BUT! i got to admit that Bloodspells ...

    I really liked this series before but this book just didn't work for me at all. I mean its different because its starting in the middle of a marriage, with children, which could have worked but didn't. There was very little romance/sex which sucked and it just felt like a filler story ...

    I really like Patience alot she met Brandt and they instantly fell for each other. They do not remember that night though. Now they are the parents of twin boys and are Nightkeepers and there responsibility is so overwhelming that they have forgotten there own marriage. But that could ...

  • Nina
    Jan 09, 2011

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

    After 4 books of nightkeeper goodness we all know the deal. 1 Book = 1 Couple. I have to say that this book evolves around the most annoying (for me that is) couple of the nightkeepers. In the beginning i don't even want to read it for that reason. BUT! i got to admit that Bloodspells ...

    I really liked this series before but this book just didn't work for me at all. I mean its different because its starting in the middle of a marriage, with children, which could have worked but didn't. There was very little romance/sex which sucked and it just felt like a filler story ...

    I really like Patience alot she met Brandt and they instantly fell for each other. They do not remember that night though. Now they are the parents of twin boys and are Nightkeepers and there responsibility is so overwhelming that they have forgotten there own marriage. But that could ...

    A typical Nightkeepers instalment with the featured couple having to work through their differences to be able to fully draw on their magic and triumph over the bad guys. A little slow through the middle an action packed and revealing finish bumps Blood Spells up to a four star read. I...

    Another worthy installment!! This one wasn't my favorite though, I found because they we an already mated pair we didn't get to see them fall for each other, but we did get to see them fall back in love which was nice. Excellent series, strong characters, interesting storyline, g...

    Patience and Brandt had grown apart and not having her twins with her was not actually helping their relationship she felt that Brandt did not understand her need to know what was happening to her children. In this 5th Nightkeepers book their relationship is being tested and Patience w...

    I think this is the last one in the series for me. It was so long between books that I forgot lots of stuff from the others but the main plot. I did like the author's development and resolution of the conflict concerning the relationship story between Patience and Brandt. ...

    I LOVE this series. It's one of the few I've read from the very first book and still ... can't get enough! Ms. Andersen has written another compelling story. I'm so glad I only have to wait a little longer for the next book! Kudos to the Nightkeeper series! ...

  • Marisa
    Nov 24, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

  • Mojca
    Nov 20, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

  • Lynn
    Jul 08, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

    After 4 books of nightkeeper goodness we all know the deal. 1 Book = 1 Couple. I have to say that this book evolves around the most annoying (for me that is) couple of the nightkeepers. In the beginning i don't even want to read it for that reason. BUT! i got to admit that Bloodspells ...

    I really liked this series before but this book just didn't work for me at all. I mean its different because its starting in the middle of a marriage, with children, which could have worked but didn't. There was very little romance/sex which sucked and it just felt like a filler story ...

    I really like Patience alot she met Brandt and they instantly fell for each other. They do not remember that night though. Now they are the parents of twin boys and are Nightkeepers and there responsibility is so overwhelming that they have forgotten there own marriage. But that could ...

    A typical Nightkeepers instalment with the featured couple having to work through their differences to be able to fully draw on their magic and triumph over the bad guys. A little slow through the middle an action packed and revealing finish bumps Blood Spells up to a four star read. I...

    Another worthy installment!! This one wasn't my favorite though, I found because they we an already mated pair we didn't get to see them fall for each other, but we did get to see them fall back in love which was nice. Excellent series, strong characters, interesting storyline, g...

    Patience and Brandt had grown apart and not having her twins with her was not actually helping their relationship she felt that Brandt did not understand her need to know what was happening to her children. In this 5th Nightkeepers book their relationship is being tested and Patience w...

    I think this is the last one in the series for me. It was so long between books that I forgot lots of stuff from the others but the main plot. I did like the author's development and resolution of the conflict concerning the relationship story between Patience and Brandt. ...

    I LOVE this series. It's one of the few I've read from the very first book and still ... can't get enough! Ms. Andersen has written another compelling story. I'm so glad I only have to wait a little longer for the next book! Kudos to the Nightkeeper series! ...

    Ok. Not really a fan of Brandt and Patience, but the stroy needed to be told. I didn't feel this moved things along aswell as the other books in the series, but I'm looking forward ot the next book to see if we get back on track... ...

    Really enjoyed this one... they seem to get better and better. I enjoy seeing the end time approach and how the nightkeepers respond to that by getting closer and more powerful. Thank goodness Patience and Brandt cleared out some of their fog. Can't wait to get to know Dez in the next ...

  • Kathleen Burket
    Jun 16, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

  • Shawna
    Mar 31, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

  • Teresa
    Oct 15, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

  • Darcy
    Jun 09, 2011

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

  • All Things Urban Fantasy
    Aug 21, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

  • Melindeeloo
    Oct 24, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

  • Stephanie  G
    Nov 02, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

  • Amy
    Jul 28, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

  • ♥The Kat's Meow♥
    Dec 29, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

  • Shayna
    Jul 15, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

    After 4 books of nightkeeper goodness we all know the deal. 1 Book = 1 Couple. I have to say that this book evolves around the most annoying (for me that is) couple of the nightkeepers. In the beginning i don't even want to read it for that reason. BUT! i got to admit that Bloodspells ...

    I really liked this series before but this book just didn't work for me at all. I mean its different because its starting in the middle of a marriage, with children, which could have worked but didn't. There was very little romance/sex which sucked and it just felt like a filler story ...

  • Samantha Oledan
    Feb 06, 2012

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

  • Lisa - (Aussie Girl)
    Mar 23, 2012

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

    After 4 books of nightkeeper goodness we all know the deal. 1 Book = 1 Couple. I have to say that this book evolves around the most annoying (for me that is) couple of the nightkeepers. In the beginning i don't even want to read it for that reason. BUT! i got to admit that Bloodspells ...

    I really liked this series before but this book just didn't work for me at all. I mean its different because its starting in the middle of a marriage, with children, which could have worked but didn't. There was very little romance/sex which sucked and it just felt like a filler story ...

    I really like Patience alot she met Brandt and they instantly fell for each other. They do not remember that night though. Now they are the parents of twin boys and are Nightkeepers and there responsibility is so overwhelming that they have forgotten there own marriage. But that could ...

    A typical Nightkeepers instalment with the featured couple having to work through their differences to be able to fully draw on their magic and triumph over the bad guys. A little slow through the middle an action packed and revealing finish bumps Blood Spells up to a four star read. I...

  • Filipa
    Dec 29, 2011

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

  • Lauren
    Feb 28, 2013

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

  • Michelle
    May 10, 2011

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

  • Kevin Söhner
    May 29, 2011

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

    After 4 books of nightkeeper goodness we all know the deal. 1 Book = 1 Couple. I have to say that this book evolves around the most annoying (for me that is) couple of the nightkeepers. In the beginning i don't even want to read it for that reason. BUT! i got to admit that Bloodspells ...

  • Jeanne
    Jul 21, 2011

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

    After 4 books of nightkeeper goodness we all know the deal. 1 Book = 1 Couple. I have to say that this book evolves around the most annoying (for me that is) couple of the nightkeepers. In the beginning i don't even want to read it for that reason. BUT! i got to admit that Bloodspells ...

    I really liked this series before but this book just didn't work for me at all. I mean its different because its starting in the middle of a marriage, with children, which could have worked but didn't. There was very little romance/sex which sucked and it just felt like a filler story ...

    I really like Patience alot she met Brandt and they instantly fell for each other. They do not remember that night though. Now they are the parents of twin boys and are Nightkeepers and there responsibility is so overwhelming that they have forgotten there own marriage. But that could ...

    A typical Nightkeepers instalment with the featured couple having to work through their differences to be able to fully draw on their magic and triumph over the bad guys. A little slow through the middle an action packed and revealing finish bumps Blood Spells up to a four star read. I...

    Another worthy installment!! This one wasn't my favorite though, I found because they we an already mated pair we didn't get to see them fall for each other, but we did get to see them fall back in love which was nice. Excellent series, strong characters, interesting storyline, g...

    Patience and Brandt had grown apart and not having her twins with her was not actually helping their relationship she felt that Brandt did not understand her need to know what was happening to her children. In this 5th Nightkeepers book their relationship is being tested and Patience w...

    I think this is the last one in the series for me. It was so long between books that I forgot lots of stuff from the others but the main plot. I did like the author's development and resolution of the conflict concerning the relationship story between Patience and Brandt. ...

    I LOVE this series. It's one of the few I've read from the very first book and still ... can't get enough! Ms. Andersen has written another compelling story. I'm so glad I only have to wait a little longer for the next book! Kudos to the Nightkeeper series! ...

    Ok. Not really a fan of Brandt and Patience, but the stroy needed to be told. I didn't feel this moved things along aswell as the other books in the series, but I'm looking forward ot the next book to see if we get back on track... ...

  • The Window Seat
    Apr 04, 2012

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

  • Barb Lie
    Oct 30, 2011

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

  • Erica
    Dec 02, 2011

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

    After 4 books of nightkeeper goodness we all know the deal. 1 Book = 1 Couple. I have to say that this book evolves around the most annoying (for me that is) couple of the nightkeepers. In the beginning i don't even want to read it for that reason. BUT! i got to admit that Bloodspells ...

    I really liked this series before but this book just didn't work for me at all. I mean its different because its starting in the middle of a marriage, with children, which could have worked but didn't. There was very little romance/sex which sucked and it just felt like a filler story ...

    I really like Patience alot she met Brandt and they instantly fell for each other. They do not remember that night though. Now they are the parents of twin boys and are Nightkeepers and there responsibility is so overwhelming that they have forgotten there own marriage. But that could ...

    A typical Nightkeepers instalment with the featured couple having to work through their differences to be able to fully draw on their magic and triumph over the bad guys. A little slow through the middle an action packed and revealing finish bumps Blood Spells up to a four star read. I...

    Another worthy installment!! This one wasn't my favorite though, I found because they we an already mated pair we didn't get to see them fall for each other, but we did get to see them fall back in love which was nice. Excellent series, strong characters, interesting storyline, g...

  • TheMadHatter
    Aug 14, 2013

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

  • Aurian Booklover
    Dec 09, 2012

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

  • Dyanna
    May 09, 2014

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

    After 4 books of nightkeeper goodness we all know the deal. 1 Book = 1 Couple. I have to say that this book evolves around the most annoying (for me that is) couple of the nightkeepers. In the beginning i don't even want to read it for that reason. BUT! i got to admit that Bloodspells ...

    I really liked this series before but this book just didn't work for me at all. I mean its different because its starting in the middle of a marriage, with children, which could have worked but didn't. There was very little romance/sex which sucked and it just felt like a filler story ...

    I really like Patience alot she met Brandt and they instantly fell for each other. They do not remember that night though. Now they are the parents of twin boys and are Nightkeepers and there responsibility is so overwhelming that they have forgotten there own marriage. But that could ...

    A typical Nightkeepers instalment with the featured couple having to work through their differences to be able to fully draw on their magic and triumph over the bad guys. A little slow through the middle an action packed and revealing finish bumps Blood Spells up to a four star read. I...

    Another worthy installment!! This one wasn't my favorite though, I found because they we an already mated pair we didn't get to see them fall for each other, but we did get to see them fall back in love which was nice. Excellent series, strong characters, interesting storyline, g...

    Patience and Brandt had grown apart and not having her twins with her was not actually helping their relationship she felt that Brandt did not understand her need to know what was happening to her children. In this 5th Nightkeepers book their relationship is being tested and Patience w...

  • H2
    Dec 13, 2010

    Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog.... My Review: Patience and Brandt...out of all the NightKeepers, their happily-ever-after should have been the easiest. They actually found each other and married long before the magic barrier came down. They were "meant to be...

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, a group of warrior mages whose duty it is to keep demons trapped in the underworld, because the entir...

    4,5 stars And we're down to one year only. The Nightkeepers continue to amaze me with each book. Andersen's writing is fabulous and I can't seem to stop reading these books. I absolutely loved Patience and Brandt's story. They qualify as my favourite couple until now. :) They're ...

    Is that Taylor Swift on the cover? HAhaHAha! ...

    "Blood Spells" was a Awesome read, it is by far my favorite in this series! Each one just keeps getting better and better!! ...

    I have loved Patience in the previous books, and her husband Brandt is such a cold fish, putting his duties as a Nightwalker before his wife and kids. Patience really has trouble with the fact that her children are in hiding, and she is not allowed to talk to them, to see them, to hold...

    I accidentally found this book in the library when I went to the adult-romance section because it was my first time to go to that branch and I didn't know where the YA section was. My attention was caught by the cover because it was one of the few books there that didn't have couples i...

    3.5 Stars Patience is a warrior and is expected to put the needs of the Nightkeepers first but she can't simply stop being a mother and wife. Aside from having to decide between his wife and his Nightkeeper duties on a daily basis, Brandt will need to find a way to reclaim lost me...

    Another fascinating look at Mayan mythology by Jessica Andersen. An unusual entry in the Nightkeepers series involving already married couple Brandt and Patience White-Eagle who have drifted apart since the Nightkeepers came together. Brandt believes that they need to put the Nightkeep...

    I started reading this series as the author has the seal of approval of the WARDen (aka J.R Ward) whom I love, so I was keen to give it a go. This is book 5 in the series about a group of Night-Keepers trying to stop the 2012 doomsday prophecy. This book is unique in the paranor...

    Well, this was the Nightkeeper book I had been waiting for, pretty much from the beginning. Brandt and Patience, the mated Nightkeeper mages who found each other before the magic came back online intrigued me from the beginning. The way that their happy family seemed to be splitting as...

    Blood Spells was Patience and Brandt?s storyline. Though in Demonkeepers, you knew by Patience sneakily finding the whereabouts of her children, that the next book would be hers. I actually wasn?t looking forward to their story, as throughout the series, they were the quietest. B...

    I have been wanting to read a book with Patience and Brandt. It seems like once they both realized that the other was a Nightkeeper their relationship started to fail and once they moved to Skywatch things got bad, and then when they had to send the boys away...well it was worse. Then ...

    Blood Spells 3 Stars The detailed world building and on going story arc revolving around the 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophecy are excellent, but the characters always seem to fall flat. Patience and Brandt are no exception. Even though their second chances romance has potential and ...

    When we met Patience and Brandt n the first book they were already married with kids, but didn't realease that they shared a Nightkeeper heritage until they both (separately) heeded the call to join their Nightkeeper brethren at Skywatch. And while it would seem like they have an advan...

    I really like this series. I was prepared to really like this book. Although there were parts I liked -- most of the scenes containing Rabbit were stellar, I'm eager to know where he fits in the larger scheme of things -- I just didn't connect with this book as I did the others. ...

    Well, as predicted, I didn't like this one as much as the previous books in the Final Prophecy series. And as predicted, I didn't like it because of Patience. I just didn't get her. I know she was a wife and mother, but being one of the FEW(!) Nightkeepers left, she should've thought d...

    Blood Spells is the fifth book in Jessica Andersen?s series The Novels of the Final Prophecy; and I think it?s one of the best. With lots of action, adventure, romance, vows taken and vows broken, rebuilding of relationships, blood oaths and blood spells, magic and mystery and of c...

    OMG fabulous book! Lots of action throughout and I am really glad to see Brandt anLovd Patience come together in the end and finally get to see their boys, even for a brief time. :-) Lots of other stuff going on with the other nightkeepers as well and especially Rabbit. He sure kicked ...

    This one lifts a little of the doom and gloom, though its still dark, to focus on Patience and Brandt, the married Nightkeepers with the twins, to explore their past and how they can fix their future. Liked how we got to see a little more of Rabbits history and got a glimpse into the g...

    After 4 books of nightkeeper goodness we all know the deal. 1 Book = 1 Couple. I have to say that this book evolves around the most annoying (for me that is) couple of the nightkeepers. In the beginning i don't even want to read it for that reason. BUT! i got to admit that Bloodspells ...

    I really liked this series before but this book just didn't work for me at all. I mean its different because its starting in the middle of a marriage, with children, which could have worked but didn't. There was very little romance/sex which sucked and it just felt like a filler story ...

    I really like Patience alot she met Brandt and they instantly fell for each other. They do not remember that night though. Now they are the parents of twin boys and are Nightkeepers and there responsibility is so overwhelming that they have forgotten there own marriage. But that could ...

    A typical Nightkeepers instalment with the featured couple having to work through their differences to be able to fully draw on their magic and triumph over the bad guys. A little slow through the middle an action packed and revealing finish bumps Blood Spells up to a four star read. I...

    Another worthy installment!! This one wasn't my favorite though, I found because they we an already mated pair we didn't get to see them fall for each other, but we did get to see them fall back in love which was nice. Excellent series, strong characters, interesting storyline, g...

    Patience and Brandt had grown apart and not having her twins with her was not actually helping their relationship she felt that Brandt did not understand her need to know what was happening to her children. In this 5th Nightkeepers book their relationship is being tested and Patience w...

    I think this is the last one in the series for me. It was so long between books that I forgot lots of stuff from the others but the main plot. I did like the author's development and resolution of the conflict concerning the relationship story between Patience and Brandt. ...