- Series: Shadow Kissed
- Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: Zebra; 1 edition (July 3, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1420118978
- ISBN-13: 978-1420118971
- Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 1 x 6.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,959,939 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Fire Kissed (Shadow Kissed) Mass Market Paperback – July 3, 2012
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Fire Kissed is the first book in the Shadow Kissed series, a spin off of the Shadow series. If you enjoyed the Shadow books you won't want to miss this new one.
Excellent addition to the Shadowverse. I loved it. Kaye Brand and Jack Bastian make a great team. Kaye is a powerful character, especially with her fire power. But I really loved Jack. He is simply a delicious character. Fire Kissed is a wonderful read. Filled with shadow, mages and angels. Ms. Kellison writes beautifully dark stories that never fail to amaze me. I look forward to reading more of this new series.
I will tell you ahead of time I am a Kellison fangirl. I love her writing and the dark magical world she created in her Shadow series. Shadow is the magic that is slowly seeping out of Twilight, the boundary between life and death where the Fae live, into the human realm and bringing along with it monsters. In her Shadow series (Shadow Bound, Shadow Fall, Shadowman ) we are introduced to the Segue Institute run by humans who are trying to understand Shadow and Twilight because the walls are falling and magic is once again affecting our world. The Order is the angelic host that lives on the other side of Twilight (Heaven) and tries to protect humans from Shadow. This series is a mixture of romance, suspense and magic. Fire Kissed is the first book in Kellison's new Shadow Kissed series, which is set in the Shadow world and introduces us to Mages.
Mages are descended from Fae. They live in the human world and have some Shadow inside them that they can use like magic, but they can't cross into Twilight or Heaven because they have no soul and, like the Fae, Mages have always defied Heaven. Thousands of years ago the mages tried to take over the human world and The Order (angels) fought a vicious battle to stop them and even now kill them on sight. But with Shadow leaking back into the world, the Mages who have stayed hidden are becoming stronger and Ferrol Grey is raising an army to take the world back from humans. Earth is about to be plunged back into a war between the Order and Mages, but becoming allies might be the only way for mage, human, and angel to survive the return of the Fae and Shadow.Read more ›
Kaye now makes money using her mage fire talent. There is a revolution coming in the mage community. Kaye is determined to keep to herself. After all, she left the mage world when they turned against her. However, The Order of Angels has a job that only Kaye can complete.
Angels and mages are sworn enemies but it's angel Jack Bastian's job to persuade Kaye to join the Angels in their latest endeavor. The angels are trying to figure out what Kaye's ex-fiancé Ferrol Grey is planning. Jack has no use for mages but something about Kaye draws him like a moth to a flame. He finally gets her to agree but now Jack has put Kaye in the line of fire and he's desperate to keep her from harm.
Can an angel and a mage team up to successfully save the world from a coming catastrophe? As the world suffers from some `not so natural' disasters Kaye and Jack struggle to find the evil behind it and a way to deal with their burgeoning feelings. Will they find their own happily ever after or will they lose everything?
Erin Kellison's Fire Kissed is one delicious read with its fiery characters and passion filled plot! Ms. Kellison has a unique way of drawing her readers into the story immediately and Fire Kissed is no different. The beginning is startling. The view the reader gets into Kaye's life at that moment is vivid, striking and just a little bit terrifying. I felt like I was holding my breath when the tension thickened as Kaye discovered some harsh truths. When we get our first look at Kaye years later we find her a very different person.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Binge read the whole book and loved every moment! Angels, fae, and witches...oh my! Romance,sex,and violence abound! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Robyn White
This is the first book in the Shadow Kissed series. I loved it!
Kaye Brand is a fascinating character. Read more
Love this book as the others in the series. Jack and Kaye are great characters. Twilight, Mage, and Angels make for a great read.Published on May 17, 2014 by JEaster
Love these books. They take you out of reality and stretch the mind. I have never been disappointed in any of Erin Kellison's books.Published on April 27, 2014 by Slm62
This started a bit slow but picked up with the brooding Jack and the firery Brand!
I loved the play on names and the strange aliances. Read more
I totally enjoyed the entire series. I got the first book free, but enjoyed it so much that I had to buy the rest of them. I hope there will be more soon :)Published on December 31, 2013 by Patricia A. Walker
Light and dark. Good and evil. Traitors, lovers, angels and mate's, in the end the possibility of true love, happiness and a little magic saves the world, a man and a woman. Read morePublished on December 23, 2013 by Viviana banos
With effortless grace, Erin Kellison has woven a heart-wrenching, joyful, engrossing story with a cast of beautiful, flawed, complex characters that makes for an unforgettable... Read morePublished on October 14, 2013 by The Romance Reviews
It was a wonderful love story similar to Romeo and Juliet except no one died. It is always fun to see characters that are on the opposite side of each other fall in love inspire of... Read morePublished on March 26, 2013 by Big Momma