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Sunday, November 29, 2015

BOOK REVIEW- FINDING FIRE


BOOK REVIEW- FINDING FIRE-  She knew they existed. 
But now the truth is more terrifying than she realized. 
When Anna sets out to discover the truth behind the tragedy she witnessed, she's unprepared to uncover a world of danger and mystery. As she comes face-to-face with a vengeful, but sexy and intoxicating vampire that proves she was right all along, she realizes that there's a fine line between myth and reality. 
Nicolas has no patience for meddling and annoying mortals. After realizing that Anna just might have the answers he's been searching for, Nick decides to use Anna for his own personal gain, putting her fragile life on the line. However, as her calming and irresistible presence overcomes him, Nick is forced to choose between revenge for the past and allowing Anna to be the light in his darkness. But can he find a way to have both?  AMAZON

Anna was incredibly brave but also at times incredibly stupid.  She took quite a few reckless risks. Anna had survived a pretty painful past with the scars to prove it.  There were things she just HAD to get the answers to, so she saw many of her decisions to be worth the risk. Nick was all about himself pretty much.  Especially in the beginning.  Beautiful  (yes I used that word about a man, that's what the story also said) powerful and potentially deadly.  Still with all that said, I'm not saying that they were unlikable.  I did like the both of them and Nick was who he was and how history had shaped him.  There was sex, because what vampire story has been written without it?  But it wasn't overdone, overdetailed.There was evil and good but finding out  who each one was is part of the story.   Everything was NOT as it seemed.  
Major twists and turns towards the end of the book.  One was kind of predictable, the others not so much. 
While the cover for this book is different, I can't say that its one of my favorites.  But that's not a deal breaker for me. 

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a honest review  





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