May 11, 2017

Review: Born in Fire (Fire and Ice Trilogy #1) By K.F. Breene

Born in Fire (Fire and Ice Trilogy #1)
By K.F. Breene
ebook 437 pages
Publication February 18, 2017
Hazy Dawn Press, Inc.

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Supernatural Bounty Hunter isn’t the sort of thing you see on LinkedIn. But with a rare type of magic like mine, I don’t have many options. If people found out what I could do—what I am—I would kiss my freedom goodbye.

So dangerous or not, the job is mine. And it was going fine, until an old as sin vampire stole my mark, and with it, my pay day.

Knowing I’m poor and desperate, he has offered me a job. I’ll have to work by his side to help solve a top secret case.

Everyone knows not to trust vampires. Especially a hot elder vampire. But without any other jobs coming up, I’m stuck. As I uncover a web of lies and treachery, revealing an enemy I didn’t know existed, the truth of my identity is threatened. I might make it out alive, only to end up in a gilded cage.

Okay, real quick before Raised in Fire comes out on May 16, I wanted to go ahead and talk about Born in Fire. Born in Fire is a bit of a crazy ride. With Breene's usual brand of kick butt heroine, and her women not taking any crap from anyone, this was a fun read. 

Reagan is a Supernatural Bounty Hunter. So, basically she goes out and hunts supernatural creatures. You know she's gotta have a backbone, some attitude, and a sword carrying skill set. No seriously, she kicks a**. There are some overlapping genres going on here. There are elements of paranormal, but there are also elements I would think would be classified as urban fantasy. There are witches and warlocks, vampires and shifters, mention of elves, though we don't meet any in this part of the story, and possibly Lucifer. You'd think that would make the story crazy, and it does, but in a fun and easy to follow way. It's also set in New Orleans.

The ending is wrapped up nicely. It leaves the possibilities open without a huge cliff hanger. If you like a story with lots of action, a fierce heroine, and a good cast of secondary characters, I'd definitely recommend this book. I can't wait to see what's next. 

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