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Raised in Fire (Demon Days, Vampire Nights World Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- Book 2 of 8 in Demon Days, Vampire Nights World
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"Of course Reagan's sarcasm is the best of all. She continuously has me laughing out loud."
"Oh sweet Lord, what a rollercoaster! The Sequel in the Fire and Ice Trilogy is truly a work of art. Our female kick-ass heroine is back with more action, suspense and humour than ever."
"The adventure continues from New Orleans to Seattle with new surprising events, old and new characters, stronger relationships, including the highly expected one between Reagan and Darius, or Reagan and her friends or neighbours."
"What an adventure, this series has me so caught up in the action with every word I read. Full of surprises, unique twists and turns. Absolutely love the character and storyline development and the ending few pages of the book just wows me and has me anticipating the next book to find out what will happen next."
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- Publication Date : May 16, 2017
- File Size : 2433 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 432 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B0722YH8B6
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,192 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Well, I suppose you want to know what I thought of Raised in Fire. In case it wasn’t already obvious, I finished this book feeling like my world is empty without her characters running amok in my mind’s eye. Honestly, I put off reading this book for a few weeks because of the world-shattering void knew would come when I got to the last page. And here I am. Missing Regean’s next-level crazy in the face of danger. Oh, and let’s not forget about Darius, my newest book boyfriend (seriously, he’s mine!). This second book in the Fire and Ice Trilogy takes Regean on a quest in Seattle, in a battle between discovering what she’s really capable of, and also trying to hide it from the rest of the world. This book becomes a little more dimensional than the first, leaving almost as many questions as answers toward the end. I’m still hung up, trying to sort out how I feel about the ending. Perhaps I’ll have these feelings sorted out before book three is released.
I do wish there was little but more complexity to the plot. Maybe some more twists. For the most part, I felt like I could guess the entire plot line. Don't get me wrong, it was a super enjoyable read, I just feel like K.F. Is capable of messing with her readers a little more, but hasn't taken the risk. I'm also not sure I want to see Regean NOT be the powerful, capable woman who doesn't need a man.
1. A smart, tough heroine who is slightly crazy. Her powers are unique but she doesn't act like a special snowflake.
2. A cast of characters who have actual personalities that make you like them
3. The sexual tension with the love interest. Insta-love and sex are easy. Building the tension, not so much, but the author did it.
4. I don't want to give out any spoilers but I really hate it when an otherwise tough heroine suddenly submits utterly to some hunky, alpha male. We'll just say I was pleasantly surprised with how the relationship between Darius and Reagan is developing.
I just wish I had found this trilogy after all the books were out so I could enjoy the whole story in one long reading marathon.
Anyway, enough of that. There is quite a lot of action in this part of the story. Of course, Reagen is keeping secrets, because she has to. Some people find out, some people don't. Some suspicions are confirmed, some are denied. Things like that. I imagine Reagen is not going to be able to hide forever, though. Her father is bound to find out that she exists. Guess we'll have to wait until the next book to see what happens with that.
Reagan finally got the (forged) legal papers she always wanted and now has a desk job. Too bad that's BORING. But when the aswang shows up in NOLA, Reagan gets to have some more excitement, followed by a request to help out in Seattle.
Agnon has been sent out by Reagan's father to determine if Reagan is his daughter. There are some tests he needs performed before he is willing to bring her to his master's attention to ensure there is no doubt that she is who the Great Master is looking for. Too bad Reagan doesn't know about that.
In other news, Reagan now has a vampire stalker/ caretaker. Darius knows her dark secret, and for some reason has decided that he is responsible for Reagan's safety, whether or not Reagan agrees, and he will take care of her however he sees fit, including never-seen house cleaners and fridge stockers. Darius is also dealing with some emotions that leave him confounded, but he's willing to stand behind them. There is a lot of growth that happens in the Reagan/ Darius world.
This is another great book by K.F. Breene. Again, Reagan is a strong character who is fun to tag along with. She doesn't always look before she leaps, but she keeps going. Dizzy and Callie are also along for the ride adding extra entertainment, as well as her eclectic neighbors. This book definitely gets my vote.
I love this series so far. Reagan is a tough, self sufficient half demon who a has a secret that she needs to keep so daddy Lucifer doesn't find her to take her throne in the underworld.
I can't wait for the 3rd book but I will be sad to see it end.
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So the story continues and I have to say that Breene doesn’t disappoint. Things in Seattle are far more complicated than Reagan first realises, but she has her team with her so at least she’s not going it alone. The first book gives us a look at how things are and how things are beginning to change for our heroine. This book will take us a step further as she begins to realise who she really is and what she’s capable of. With a strange new owe to command and yet more people learning her secret, she’s in a race against time to make sure that her father doesn’t learn of her existence. Once again, the thing I love the most is the fact that Reagan has this quirky, playful side. She’s a little mischievous and it definitely shows in the way she handles the vampires that are constantly coming and going from her home without her permission. I’m still really enjoying the smaller moments involving her neighbours and the dual mages too. And for those of you who are wondering what’s happening between Reagan and Darius, well… things are about to heat up, so go enjoy.
I've read a few urban fantasy books which have been disappointing, so its a real pleasure to discover a new author.
Reagan and Darious are explosive.
The Bankses are just too funny, and the best damn old married couple I've ever met.
This series is action packed, but also comedy packed with a tinge of romance.
I love it and highly recommended it