Beast † Blood

Beast Blood

English Title: Beast † Blood
Japanese Title: ビースト † ブラッド ー 野人のつがい ー — “Bisuto † Buraddo Yajin no Tsugai”
Author: Sato Fumino — 文野さと
Illustrator: Akira Egawa — 江川 あきら
Translator: Charis Messier
Genre: Sci-fi, Romance
Original Run: September 2016 – June 2017 (web novel)
English Run: February 2019 – ongoing
Japanese Publisher: N/A
English Publisher: Cross Infinite World
Volumes in Japanese: 2 (In Progress)
Volumes in English: 2 (In Progress)
Average Price Per VolumeKindle $8 — Nook $9

Synopsis: Desperate to escape her successful sister's shadow, Euphemia seeks independence as a biotech researcher fixated on destroying Nightz, a dangerous narcotic sought across the colonies. She never believed her life was in danger until a group of men pulled her from her car at gunpoint. Euphemia had also never met a Beast Blood, the nonhuman subspecies with animalistic qualities, until she was rescued by one. Zelaide is a Muta Hunter and a Beast Blood. When his hunt is interrupted by Euphemia's attackers, he saves her on a whim. Never expecting to see Euphemia again, he's shocked to receive a job protecting the spunky researcher who just might be his lifelong mate. Follow Euphemia and Zelaide as they navigate a colony world brimming with peculiar beasts, powerful narcotics, dangerous criminals, and a budding, interspecies romance!

Volume 1
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Released February 28, 2019 — ASIN: B07MR2SP53

Volume 2
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Released August 31, 2020 — ASIN: B0886FLYHV

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  1. I was honestly taken aback by how dark this one was. The heroine was nearly sexually assaulted, there’s some creepy guy who pays gangs to target women to assault them and then feed to monsters for his entertainment, etc. but none of it felt like it was there just to be a plot point. I liked a lot of things about this one, mainly the atmosphere and writing. The romance can sometimes smother a lot of the plot but it was so different from the majority of light novels/web novels I’ve read that I was immediately sucked into the story. It feels more like a gritty urban sci-fi romance and I’m really glad that it didn’t hold itself back from talking about some really messed up things. Some may not like it and that’s understandable but I was pretty entertained by it.

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