Butterfly Effect

Vampires are back, and they’re more enticing than ever.

Vengeance has a name, and it’s Ryan Callan. Drowning in a wave of grief and guilt, Ryan pushes herself to the limit to track down the man responsible. Willing to do anything to capture her prey, Ryan finds herself caught up in not one, but two games of cat and mouse. This sequel to Chaos Theory by Susan Harris proves that vampires are back, and they're more enticing than ever.

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Vengeance has a name, and it’s Ryan Callan.

Drowning in a wave of grief and guilt, Ryan pushes herself to the limit to track down Maxim Smyrnoi and make him bleed. Used to going at it alone, she doesn’t want or need anyone getting in her way. She’s willing to do anything to capture her prey.

But Ryan finds herself caught up in not one, but two games of cat and mouse. For every step closer to Maxim she gets, Crown Prince Nickolai and the Royal Guard are hot on her heels.

Can Ryan set aside her lust for revenge in order to find justice? Or will her anger toward Nickolai and the rest of the Sanguine Court push her into a trap of her own making?

With Maxim taunting her at every turn, Ryan will have to be the epitome of an ice queen to not let the man get under her skin…

If you loved Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer, Vampire Academy by Richelle Meade, or Slayer by Kiersten White, then lower your fangs because vampires are back, and they’re more enticing than ever.

Butterfly Effect is the second book in the Sanguine Crown series by Susan Harris. This new young adult vampire series pays homage to the classics, while breathing fresh and revitalized life back into the genre.

Reviewed by Melanie Newton
Violence
5
There is a lot of violence in this book including murder of both humans and supernaturals. Some is very graphically described. There is also reference to PTSD from an attempted 'date rape' scenario in book 1 that may be a trigger for some readers.
Language
5
There is a fair amount of bad language in this book including several uses & variations of the F word.
Romance/Sensuality
3
Although romance is alluded to there is actually very little physical romance in this book. There is PTSD from an attempted date rate as mentioned above which may be a trigger for some people. There is also a M/M relationship.
Drugs/Alcohol/Smoking
2
This book is set in Ireland where the legal drinking age is 18. Unlike book 1 there is less interaction with Humans so the rating ended up being lower. There are appropriate uses of prescriptions painkillers, sedatives, and other medicines.
Supernatural Characters: Vampires. A new supernatural whose species is not disclosed at this point.
Other: This is the second book in a new YA Mature Vampire based series. It is equivalent detail wise to books such as the Vampire Academy series and may not be suitable for younger teenagers. There is PTSD from an attempted date rape scene in the previous book as mentioned above that may be a trigger for some people.

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Series: The Sanguine Crown, Book 2
Genres: Love & Romance, Paranormal, Vampires
Tags: romance, teen, Vampire, young adult
Publisher: Clean Teen Publishing
Publication Year: 2020
ASIN: B088PBBRXL
ISBN: 9781634223942
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About the Author
Susan Harris

Susan Harris is a writer from Cork in Ireland. An avid reader, she quickly grew to love books in the supernatural/fantasy genre. When she is not writing or reading, she loves music, oriental cultures, tattoos, anything Disney and psychology. If she wasn't a writer she would love to be a FBI profiler or a PA for Dave Grohl or Jared Leto.

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