- File Size: 2377 KB
- Print Length: 332 pages
- Publication Date: July 29, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07TLKL77T
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #583,078 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Shield of Fire (Bringer and the Bane Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Boone's stories range from high fantasy to humorous paranormal.
Having lived all over the world, and finally settling in the icy region of Alaska, she's always looking for the next adventure. It's not unusual to find Boone traversing the remotest parts of the Alaskan bush, gathering information for her stories. No person or escapade is off limits when it comes to weaving real life experiences into her books or blogs.
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"With her debut novel, SHIELD OF FIRE, Boone Brux weaves a story transcending genre and time. Â Every page seems filled with demons, dragons, shape-shifters, redeemers, and the underlying thread of death-defying love. Â Using electrifying fights, passion-drenched scenes, and amazing imagery, Boone has brought one hell of a world to absolute life! Â Wow!" --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
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I stumbled across this book because of Boone Brux’s connection to Avon author Lizbeth Selvig on Facebook. If you’re looking for contemporary romance, try The Bride Wore Starlight, Liz’s latest in her Seven Brides for Seven Cowboys series.
Seems Vile needs a certain kind of person to open a certain door, and Rayvn might just be that person.
Luckily she is rescued by Rhys a full blooded Bringer. Seems the Bringers and Bane have a history of not liking each other.
Throw in Luc, and Siban for some extra eye candy and some help from Jaden, or is it, Jade, throw in a succubus and a council that thinks the Bane are just a story, and you have a great story.
And did I mention that Rayvn is an untrained Bringer? And that Rhys is will to help her learn all she needs to know both on and off her feet.
Great story, can't wait to read the next one.
I love well written books. Tomes where I can see the action taking place in my mind's eye. This book was filled with intricate scenes that opened the mythical world to the reader. The characters grew and developed right before your eyes, taking you with them on their journey to defeat the evil Bane.
I loved how Rhys and Raven found each other, the twists and turns of their relationship and learning about the power of love. Oh now Rhys could make me want to bench slap some of his notions, but hey, he's 300+ years old. He just doesn't know any better. I'm sure Raven is going to change a lot of his antiquated attitudes.
I love that there are so many more stories possible with this series, very open ended. There are other characters to explore. There's that pesky Icarus to deal with. Boone Brux has left the door open for many more stories to come.
I've already bought the next in the series! I can't wait to get into it!
Broken lines of text are bad enough, but the paragraphing of the dialog is terrible and makes it hard to follow who is speaking. How hard is it to start a new line when the speaker changes? Didn't anyone proofread this?
I will be reading more of this series. It was hard to put down and the author id d a great job of being descriptive without rambling. I was able to create pictures of the world easily.