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- Print Length: 352 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Airicka Phoenix (May 26, 2014)
- Publication Date: May 26, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KL29WO2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #447,962 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
There is NEVER a dull moment in this story. There's an I-hope-it-becomes-a-love-triangle-but-not-really kind of thing going on. There's also a lot of action and people being deceived. Don't even get me started on the amount of plot twists being thrown our way. I didn't know up from down half the time in this book. It was SO refreshing C:
Fallon still doesn't have all the solutions to her problems. Heck, she's a teenager. She's supposed to be insecure and dreaming about Isaiah *wink wink*. Add in her would-be-friend of a dad and Isaiah's faith in the guy and something smells fishy. There were so much revelations in this book. I can't comment on them because it would give a lot away. So I'll just say: It was AWESOME and leave it at that.
Isaiah was Isaiah. He was caring, sweet and believed in her the entire way. Because Fallon doesn't know what to do and keeps taking other people's help, she gets in a lot of trouble and, consequently, Isaiah usually takes to brunt of the attack and Fallon goes half crazy (literally. Read the book. You'll understand why C:).
Archer was crazy cute with his one liner's! He's the this-should-be-a-love-triangle-but-I'm-on-the-fence-with-my-feelings guy. When he enters the story you know her dad is up to something and that Archer is CLEARLY involved. You just don't know what for sure. He was still an awesome character and I hope to see him in future novels.
That ending left me on the edge of my seat and totally craving more! Why the mean cliffhanger Mrs. Phoenix? Cliffhangers really hurt my feelings =/
Update: I just saw that Book #3 Touching Embers comes out on July 31st!
P.S. I hope Goodreads is right C:
"Life really was one big box of freaking mystery chocolates and I was quickly becoming diabetic."
"I'm a sin, not a virtue." .....Insider C;
"Your pathetic morality, your human drive to shun things your puny mind cannot comprehend will be the nail that sails your coffin. Don't be blind, Princess. Open your eyes and see the truth I am giving you because is it the only truth you will ever have."
Frustratingly so because of Fallon & Isiah's hot/cold/smoldering moments. Then I was full of questions along with Fallon yet with every new morsel of info. I found more added replacing the last. Of course she couldn't just lay it all out there easy peasy for us now could she? Where would the fun be in that? Airicka's attention to details amazed me & I enjoyed reading every bit of it. Amazing because the characters are intriguing, ready for action, full of wit, & then there are the absolutely hilarious, very unordinary conversations that lead to some of these revelations which guaranteed I wouldn't put this book down until the final word had been read.
Don't believe me? See for yourself. :)
Here are a few examples:
I hit the pavement and cursed. I was not cut out for this hero business. Someone needed to write a How-To for Dummies, the 101 of heroism. I was pretty sure rule one would have been something like, don't wear a dress to a fight, followed by, don't fall. But, in my own defense, I still had a grip on my weapon and that totally deserved a cookie.
"Put me down!" I snapped.
"Wouldn't want to hurt your dainty foot, Princess."
I bared my teeth. "Oh, it's going to hurt plenty when I kick your junk up into--"
"Easy!" He rounded the corner between two buildings. "I saved your life. In some cultures that means we're married, in which case yore going to want my junk where it is."
"They won't hurt you," Ashton assured me, giving the one closest to him a find pat on the rump. Like it was totally normal to touch a demon horse.
"They're on fire," I said, deciding I should point this out just in case I was the only one aware of the situation and the possibility of burning to death in a fancy, black box.
What were they? What was I? Life really was one big box of chocolates and I was quickly becoming diabetic.
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I have a frustrated love with this book. I loved that it was different then a lot of the paranormal books I've been reading and there is lots of action.Read more