White Bloodline (#4) (Reverse Harem)

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Rated 4.67/5 based on 9 reviews
The last installment of White Bloodline. More

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Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301342846
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Review by: Pearl Isles on Feb. 13, 2016 :
Catalia’s story is a sad tale, an erotic one but a sad tale indeed. In fourth and last volume of this series, Catalia realizes that her life has become insignificant so she decides to end it.

I was disappointed in Catalia. She became this shell of a person who only craves to be pleasured by anybody. So Gallan tried to kill her but he couldn't help himself when she ask him to relieve her lustful ache. So Cadipylth kill him and it was nice change of pace in the story but it went back to the same old lustful desires. I was wondering when is she ever going to leave that bed. So nothing has changed and the king gets his heir. Yep, Catalia is a mother and she left her child to deal with an ugly cycle of family expectations, more importantly a role of a Cainvara woman if her young flower is female. There are so many holes in the Cainvara family traditions that drove this poor woman to her demise. It was just pain sad, no one could help her and the men in her life speak of love but their actions means domination.
I was surprised on how the author wrote Catalia’s ending. Her life was slipping away and her husband the “Cadipylth” was pleasuring her but didn't notice that his Orynth wasn't going to see their child grow up. I was more disappointed that all through the four volumes that Catalia lost her drive to live after her sister died. After that point, I felt that somehow the story of Catalia got lost on the bedroom scenes. Where was her fight to not be a slave? She gave up in the second volume. Unbelievable, then this is her last form of rebellion is dying? How is that better than accepting the fate? What happen to changing the fate? None of the characters did anything to change their current situation.

Overall, White Bloodline was salacious and dark. I wanted to like the story but I felt through the whole story that it was missing something. I was disappointed in the character development and I wished that the story was more than just bedroom scenes. I love the cover and the twist with flower characteristics. I adore the author but was I kind of glad that this series ended.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)

Review by: Jessica Clare on Oct. 01, 2015 :
The pacing is superfast. Sometimes I wish the author would slow down a little bit so that the readers can savour the moments a little bit longer.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

Review by: Nikki Reed on Sep. 26, 2015 :
I don't like the ending, but I guess this is just what the author had planned. Kind of sad, and I got a bit teary near the end. I personally just felt unsatisfied in terms of how the story concluded. The heroine went through such a bad/nightmarish kind of situation, and bad things just kept happening to her. It's not fair that she chose that decision. I don't wish to dwell so much, but I will definitely remember this book. Oh well, on to my next book.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)

Review by: MIna Karmila on Sep. 26, 2015 :
Wonderfully enclosed!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Ana Hendrik on Sep. 26, 2015 :
Great book. Recommended.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Shinta May on Sep. 26, 2015 :
I've seen the new covers, and I love them! Just in time for me to review after finishing the reading. Another thumbs up. Not your typical happy-ending story, but still great. I just hoped it didn't end up like that, after what she has been through. And let's just say that if Hanabitos are real, I wouldn't want to be one, no matter how nice I will eternally smell.
(reviewed 37 days after purchase)

Review by: Samantha Johnson on Dec. 14, 2013 :
Wow, Stella Purple is the Queen of Smut, seriously! That is the sole thought I had after I had finished this series. Although this is not your typical good ending, but more like a sad ending, I guessed this was a better end for Catalia than spending the rest of her life as a sex toy.

The beginning of her life had been marked as one after all, and continue living for the rest of her life as one, with torture waiting from left and right were just too much for a girl to handle. Especially for a soft-hearted one like her. I could not blame her for what she did, but I felt rather sad as well with how the story ended. I really hope that the author might make another sequel, but it seems like this really is the last installment of the series.

In the end, clapping my hands together, I hope that Stella Purple might consider writer another continuation of this series. Perhaps a second season?

CAUTION: This book contains incest, rape and sex scenes, which might not be suitable for those who are under 18.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)

Review by: Sofia Thermapolis on July 29, 2013 :
I cried at the last part. It was just so cruel and brutal. I almost could not handle the gore parts. This series is definitely design for adults. Not very suitable for the underage and the weak-hearted.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Justice Victoria on July 29, 2013 :
It was kind of sad how the story ended. Nonetheless, a very good series this has been.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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