Review: Blood Like Cherry Ice (Miki Book 3)

Blood Like Cherry Ice: Miki Radicci Book 3 (Volume 3) - M.E. Purfield

I received this book to give an honest review. 

This is the third book in this series and I have to say I keep loving the character Miki. In the third book we are not dealing with her working with Elite like she was before this time she is working to find the person who hurt her friend. Miki became more of herself within this book better than in book two and I loved it.

She is back at home which her grandpa loves, Corey is still not living at the apartment. He is living in a hotel room which is fine with her she knows he may be back soon once everything dies down between Grandpa and him. As Corey, Rory and Miki are out one night Corey gets hurt. Miki doesn't believe it to be an accident as she knows she saw something before he got hurt. Miki makes it her mission to get to the bottom of it all even it means she finds herself in trouble and not there when she is needed most at the hospital. There is race talk within this story which really surprised me, though I understood why it was in the story if you are not prepared for it, it may shock you. Miki comes across some shady characters in this one though they soon learn not to mess with her, she isn't someone who you want to make mad.

With all that going on she is getting calls and texts messages from someone named Yippy. But who exactly is this person and how is he able to see and hear her every move? We don't find out in this book but we get a taste of who this person is. Maybe in book four we will learn more?

Overall good storyline, detail characters, and plenty of action I highly recommend this book for you to read. I think you would really enjoy reading about Miki, her powers and how she doesn't let anyone walk over her.