- File Size: 472 KB
- Print Length: 65 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Selene Charles Publishing; 1 edition (April 22, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 22, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BZFFDV4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #143,382 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Phoenix (Bears of Kodiak Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Out of the three of Selene's Mating Fever books, this was my favorite. I adored the chemistry between the two characters, and knowing why Phoenix was fighting his attraction to Madison for so long helped make him a character I could love instead of hate, as I was prepared to do after reading August. The road was rocky and though some of the outcomes were expected, how they were resolved was not, which made reading the story pleasant. The sparks that fly between the two were enough to set fire to wet kindling ---no dragon pun intended!.
All in all an excellent read, and highly recommended. Another winner by Selene Charles!
Phoenix and Madi definitely get off to a rough and rather untraditional start. Their story was a wonderful read, and I also enjoyed that this book brought the stories of our 3 brothers into a beautiful ending for all of them.
This book was a fun read, and I will definitely be reading this series again.
Madison is miserable. After accidentally claiming Phoenix as her mate on the day she was hatched, she has had to basically give up her beloved skies to stay close to Phoenix. Not that he appreciates it - he's pretty much ignored her since the day she claimed him. But now it's time for his mating ceremony, and she hopes it shows Phoenix that she DIDN'T claim him by mistake - that he really is her One True Mate. Because otherwise, she will be spending the next few millennia mourning a bear that wasn't meant to be hers - since Dragons mate for life.
I absolutely enjoyed reading Phoenix. It's a fast paced short story that really brings you into the characters lives. You feel their frustration and pain, you cheer them on and occasionally want to Gibb's smack a certain stubborn bear, but in the end you get to see how they come together as well as see how the brothers all live happily ever after.
Selene did a wonderful job creating this little world in Kodiak and this book helps wrap everything up with warm and fuzzies for everyone.
I def, recommend this to people who enjoy a quick paranormal read. You won't be sorry!
I officially confess.
I am a dragon groupie.
The story of big brother Phoenix and gorgeous Maddi starts off quite sadly but quickly accelerates into a passionate story with two strong characters and Ms Charles paints a hilarious picture of these two auth headstrong people bumping heads and ultimatly falling more deeply in love.
I LOVED this book! from page one I was invested n the characters and I am amazed at how the author is able to satifyingly bring this story to conclusion in only a few short pages.
This is the satisfying conclusion to the mating story of the 3 Hawthorne brothers and while short, definatly worth the read.
Madison has been tied to Phoenix from the moment she saw him at her hatching. The only problem is he’s not tied to her…and will be undergoing a ritual to find his true mate.
Selene Charles makes you love the characters and feel for them. The reader will both laugh and cry over the struggles faced by these two fascinating shifters. I couldn’t put his book down until the end. This was a fast and fun read that will make you smile.