A Collection of Reviews: Lucas

Here are some of the best reviews of Lucas by Jennifer Loiske! Reviews are the best way to thank the author, so if you like a book, please, leave a review!

Book6-15.0 out of 5 stars 
Having admitted my predisposition, I have now to confess…, August 24, 2013
By G Mitchell Baker
Author Jennifer Loiske gives us ‘Lucas’, the second novel in the ‘Immortal Blood’ series. Having read and reviewed the first in series, ‘Club Number Five’ it is time for me to admit I do not really have a penchant for vampire stories. There, I said it. Moreover, although having admitted my predisposition, I have now to confess that Author Loiske has, through her great writing of her first novel ‘Club…’, and now ‘Lucas’, won me over. By about Chapter 19 of ‘Lucas’ I was really appreciating a great read. From the First Person of both antagonists and protagonists, if you can figure out whom the ‘Goodies’ and the ‘Baddies’ are, you have guessed as much through a lot of great writing. It is Five-Stars for the writing, storytelling and for persuading this reader to consider, then appreciate a different genre… I do not think it an easy accomplishment for most authors. Well done.
This eBook was reviewed by G Mitchell Baker, Author of “The Involvement of Emerson” (2012), “Lethal Believers: The Innocents” (2013), and “Lethal Believers: DVM” (2013). Reviewer G Mitchell Baker purchased his copy of the “Lucas (The Immortal Series)” and receives no consideration for publishing this review, other than gladly purchasing this book for his Kindle, reading the story, and contributing a personal review. GMB
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Double whiskey and A+ blood for me please, September 8, 2013
By Garry Kay
Jennifer has a gift for making her genre readable by readers of other genre. As a middle-aged man, I read very few vampire novels, but bad-assed assassin Lucas was a very believable baddie … for me, I had a picture in my head of James Dean. As for the mother-of-all-bad-asses Jason, when I first read his name, I had a picture in my head of a sweet ten-year-old boy who played for my son’s football team many years ago (he was the only Jason I know), but that image was soon crushed as the ultimate villain left me in the same cold sweat as leading lady Sam. As always, Jennifer captures her readers with the romantic intrigue that locks together her fascinating characters. A top-class book. Looking forward to the third in the series.
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Lucas is just as good at the first book in the series, September 2, 2013
By Author Chantal Bellehumeur
You don’t necessarily need to have read the first book in the series to understand or enjoy this story, although I can’t imagine why anyone would not want to start from the beginning. You would be missing out on a good book if you skipped Club Number 5 and only started with Lucas. Plus, there are things that happen in the first book that resurface in the second. Although Jennifer briefly mentions the past, you’ll want to know all the details. Trust me, they are good!

I enjoyed reading Lucas as much as the first book in the series and can’t wait to read the next book in line. I am now addicted and I am sure that you will be too.

I wish I could say more, but I would just end up ruining the surprise. No fun keeping it all to myself, so start reading!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars 
Fantastic sequel!, June 3, 2014
By Angie Martin
“Lucas” by Jennifer Loiske is the second installment in the Immortal Blood series. Club Number 5 was a fantastic read that left off on a killer cliffhanger, and I couldn’t wait to dive into this next book so I borrowed it through the Kindle Lending Library. I was so glad I did. Learning more about the characters made the first book even better (as if that was possible). I thoroughly enjoyed the journey Lucas took me on, and found myself biting my nails throughout the book. Lucas is a fascinating character and being inside of his head was mind-blowing. Loiske did an excellent job of not only character development but overall storytelling. The twists and turns kept me reading, the descriptions were just enough to not detract from the story…and then there’s Lucas. The character you don’t necessarily want to like, but you just can’t help yourself.
100207114_4L3z6CW1_14086916125.0 out of 5 stars 
Wow!, March 7, 2014
By Ms. Dominique Goodall
Carrying on with the theme of Club Five, Jennifer Loiske has created a book that kept me engrossed from the first page. She introduces you to the main character slowly, letting you find out the motives for the book until the final few chapters, where you receive an amazing twist! I’ve enjoyed reading it and will be sitting down to read the third book of the series – I want to know how this series ends!
5.0 out of 5 stars 
Excellently done!, February 19, 2014

By Patrick Heffernan
Okay, I read “Club Number Five” and had to get some more, so I went ahead and bought “Lucas” this morning. Again, I could NOT put this book down, and devoured it in one gulp. An amazing book of a vampire doing the right thing but for all the wrong reasons interspersed with another one trying to do the right thing but doing it wrong and getting eyes-deep in trouble, all mixed in and among mysteries I can’t wait to see unfold in the midst of vampiric politics. This one is a MUST READ. I loved it!

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A bloody good time!, August 18, 2013
By Brenda
The writing is smooth and slick with a definite urgency. It didn’t seem like anyone was going to rest until Lucas would find his brothers killer. From the first page you are taken into a place where vampires and killing are a normal occurrence. I read with vigor wanting to know where this paranormal story was going to lead me. I was pretty much glued to it until I finished the last page. This suspenseful story was unique and the cast of characters lured me.

If you are a fan of vampire books you will love this series. The first two are both well done and a fun escape into the unknown.

“I found myself at the club again. It was becoming a bad habit and I should do something about it. People had started to notice me and that was bad. Soon they’d start talking, and it was only a matter of time before I’d find myself surrounded by unwanted company. Yeah, I had that kind of reaction wherever I went. Only a few had met a man with a tattoo like mine and even fewer were alive to talk about it, but word traveled and I hadn’t exactly hidden my legendary mark.”

5.0 out of 5 stars 
Loved it!!!, August 18, 2013
By Crissy
“Lucas” was an amazing and exciting read. I loved it just as much as I love “Club Number Five.” I read the book in one sitting; it is definitely hard to put it down once you start reading it. Lucas wants revenge for the death of his brother and in order to find out exactly how his brother was killed he needs to get into Kate, Sam, Dane and Jonathans circle. He needs someone to focus on and he chooses Sam. His sire warns him not to touch Sam but certain events happen and Lucas does the one thing his isn’t supposed to do. Revenge is sweet and Lucas will stop at nothing to get it but in the process he lets his desire for Sam cloud his judgment and it ends up costing him in the end. Everyone believes the saying an eye for an eye and no one would have guessed the Jason was behind the whole thing. He had his eye on the prize and he’s determined to make it his one way or another. I cannot wait for the next book in the series. I look forward to see what will happen with Dane, Sam and Jason. I highly recommend this book to anyone who read and love “Club Number Five,” and if you haven’t read this series yet I highly suggest pick it up; you will absolutely love it.
5.0 out of 5 stars 
Another hit for Ms Loiske, July 11, 2014
By Jana Petken
I read Club Number 5 and loved it. The cliff hanger ending lingered in my mind, so much so, that I was compelled to read the second book in Ms Louiske’s Immortal Blood series, Lucas.
I liked Ms Louiske’s use of first person. I enjoyed her unique storytelling style where Vampires, mystery, murder and romance flowed together in such an entertaining way. When a protagonist lends their name to the book’s title, the author must make sure that he/she is addictive, and that they carry the story throughout. Lucas certainly did this in spades, giving us a wonderful look inside his character and leaving me, at least, rooting for him, even though he was a , bad boy!
I must confess that I rarely read books on Vampires but I will certainly be following this series, which has well and truly captured my attention.

I have left out the description of the actual story in this review, for fear of spoiling it for others, but I urge you to read this series, beginning with Club Number 5. You will not be disappointed.

5.0 out of 5 stars 
A good creepy read, August 3, 2014
By Marika Germanis 
He was a ruthless killer who’d killed so many people he had forgotten their faces. Loved this and the author is very talented! A good creepy read.
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About jenniferloiskeauthor

Jennifer Loiske is an Author of YA/NA Paranormal Romance books, owner of Rogue House, a huge fan of dark fantasy, a dog lover. Part of Authors For Charity and Epilepsy Fi. All of her books are available on Amazon worldwide.
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