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Kiss of Fire (Dragonfire, Book 1) Mass Market Paperback – February 5, 2008
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Deborah makes her home in Canada with her husband. When she isn't writing, she can be found knitting, sewing or hunting for vintage patterns.
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The book could have been really good. In fact, I thought it started off great during the first thirty pages. Sara Keegan is the proud, but somewhat reluctant new owner of her deceased aunt's New Age book store. With a past life as an account, Sara is reasonably skeptical about hocus-pocus. But, when she is saved from a would be murderer by a giant dragon who shape-shifts into a hot guy, she can totally deal. Wonderfully enough, Sara does not become one of those pathetic hysterical heroines who refuse to face the reality that they're the lead in a paranormal romance. So, as you can imagine, I was quite relieved that sensible Sara didn't freak out and instead started having hot fantasies about her hero, Quinn Tyrrell, who unknowingly to Sara, can see her desires being played out in her mind. I say "see" because he cannot read thoughts; he can only see Sara's fantasies.
Quinn, known as the Smith, is a member of a race of shape-shifting dragons called the Pyr. Within the Pyr is a rebel faction bent on destroying all of mankind known as the Slayers. With an affinity for metals Quinn withdrawals himself from his race for two centuries because of his tragic past filled with betrayal. Quinn distrusts any member of the Pyr, whether they are good or evil. But when Quinn saves his mate Sara from a murdering slayer, he realizes that he might need help to keep her safe.
I love a tortured hero plotline!
The sexual tension between Sara and Quinn is really intense in the beginning.Read more ›
For fans of Urban Fantasy genre I am sure that they will enjoy this story. Though I will admit that I did enjoy the world that Cooke has created where a race of the Pyr - ancient shape-shifting dragons that live amongst unsuspecting humans. The Pyr's main objective is to command all of Earth's elements and that includes the human race.
In this first installment of the Dragonfire series, Quinn Tyrell is Pyr. He is the Smith - the one who forges metals and turns them into precious objects.
Sara Keegan is attacked one night as she leaves her new age bookstore. What she thinks is someone mugging her for her purse turns out to be much worse. The man wants her life! Quinn arrives just in time to save her life and Sara is astonished to see two men shape shift into dragons and fight right in front of her eyes.
From then the story catapults into a decent paced and edgy story where Sara is caught in the middle of an ancient feud between the Pyr and the Slayers - dragons that have chosen to embrace the dark side - for complete world domination and the extermination of the human race. Sara is drawn into Quinn's world and into the Firestorm. Sara and Quinn are mates - he the Smith and she The Seer. Their Firestorm is about to begin. Each Pyr is pre-destined to meet their human mate as that is the only way that they can beget an heir and continue with their race.Read more ›
Sara Keegan left the hustle and bustle of the big city after the death of her parents in order to slow down and enjoy life. Having inherited her favorite aunt's bookstore, Sara just wants to get the books in order and have some sort of order. While Magda, Sara's aunt, was a firm believer in all things magical and psychic, Sara herself does not believe. Attacked one night while leaving her store, Sara swears she saw her rescuer take the form of a dragon. In the blink of an eye however, Sara sees Quinn Tyrrell, a man unlike any she has ever met before.
The firestorm is coming and while Sara begins to believe in the unbelievable, Quinn just wants to keep her safe. As destined mates, more is at hand than a simple mating. Quinn must battle one he thought dead in an epic battle of good versus evil. It will take every bit of his fire skill for Quinn to overcome the complete evil that is following him - but if anyone can do it, the Smith can.
I am going to be honest and say that I initially choose a book based on its cover. Seeing the cover of KISS OF FIRE on Deborah Cooke's website intrigued me greatly. After reading the blurb I admit I was somewhat disconcerted. While I like shape shifters, dragons are not my usual shifting genre of choice.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
WOW! This book has it all!! It shows the love between a couple that grows as they learn about each other; it has two people learning to trust in people that become family that... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Julie
A couple months back I asked for dragon shifter recommendations after finishing G.A.Aiken and Katie MacAlister's dragon series. Turns out I have a thing for dragons. Who knew?! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Anna's herding cats
What a great start to a series. I'm new to this author and am so excited to have these books to look forward to. Love the characters and the plot. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
What a wonderful book. Of course, romance is always fun. This is a great love romance that includes dragons. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Barbara McKinley
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Quinn Tyrrell, presumed dead, has been living by himself for centuries, not trusting those of his own kind. Read more
Picked this as a random read while waiting for Servered Souls release. Intersesting concept worth a read.Published 23 months ago by Jc