Flashfire (Dragonfire Series #7)

Flashfire (Dragonfire Series #7)

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by Deborah Cooke
     
 

Master illusionist Lorenzo's dragon nature is his biggest secret. It's also another detail to juggle, like ensuring each of his Las Vegas magic shows is a true spectacle. That is until he feels the burn of his firestorm and his whole world shifts.

Lorenzo wants to satisfy the firestorm and put it behind him. But photographer Cassie Redmond is hard to forget. And

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Overview

Master illusionist Lorenzo's dragon nature is his biggest secret. It's also another detail to juggle, like ensuring each of his Las Vegas magic shows is a true spectacle. That is until he feels the burn of his firestorm and his whole world shifts.

Lorenzo wants to satisfy the firestorm and put it behind him. But photographer Cassie Redmond is hard to forget. And when Slayers target the mate he didn't believe he wanted, Lorenzo realizes he'll do anything to keep Cassie safe...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780451235473
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/03/2012
Series:
Dragon Fire Novel Series, #7
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
4.28(w) x 8.46(h) x 1.14(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Deborah Cooke has always been fascinated with dragons, although she has never understood why they have to be the bad guys. She has an honors degree in history, with a focus on medieval studies.She is an avid reader of medieval vernacular literature, fairy tales and fantasy novels, and has written over forty romance novels under the names Claire Cross and Claire Delacroix.

Deborah makes her home in Canada with her husband. When she isn't writing, she can be found knitting, sewing or hunting for vintage patterns.

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Flashfire 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
dhaupt More than 1 year ago
Lorenzo is an illusionist, deception is his business he’s also a Pyr, a dragon shapeshifter part of a brotherhood of dragons who protect the earth and it’s treasures. He’s been estranged from his brother dragons for a very long time finding the battles between them and their dark enemies the slayers barbaric and he chooses a life of solitude with his father his only close companion. During an eclipse that tells of a Pyr’s firestorm, his uniting with his destined mate it becomes all to clear to Lorenzo that this firestorm has his name on it and he only wants to sate it and move on. But the firestorm is leading him down a path he doesn’t want to journey, a path of commitment and duty and Lorenzo only has a duty to himself. In the middle of the show Cassie Redmond sees sparks flying from the hand of Lorenzo right to her and it’s causing her no amount of comfort when she’s experiencing lusty thoughts about the magician. It’s not her job as a paparazzi photographer that brought her here to the hot Vegas sun, but she’s not one to look an opportune gift horse in the mouth when her greatest opportunity is changing into a dragon right before her eyes. Gifted with an ancient spell Lorenzo has one last disappearing act to perform but the woman who attracts all his thoughts is making this decision harder than he would have thought and their firestorm is attracting more that just heat, it’s calling dragons both good and evil into their path and it’s giving Lorenzo and Cassie something that neither of them ever imagined possible, a future. But there’s evil in hiding wanting nothing more than to rid Lorenzo and Cassie of not only the child the firestorm will bring but their very lives as well. Can they win the war or will they be a victim of Flashfire. Deborah Cooke is a dragon master of a storyteller and her stories only get better as the series goes on and she brings us new and different dragons, the women they must love and the enemies that are trying to get rid of them. In this novel she takes us in a different direction with Lorenzo who’s a showman and secretive at the same time. Lorenzo fills the pages with enigmatic glory only rivaled by his mate Cassie and I did not stop turning pages until the firestorm had ended and the battle between good and evil was once again fought. The dialogue always reminds me a little of Europe and a little of an long ago time and place filled with knights and maidens but there is also something very contemporary about it too and whatever “it” is works very well. The love scenes are hotter than dragonfire both in intensity and in action and what in this novel starts as lust soon grows into something much more permanent as the romance is nurtured by it’s participants. As always she brought me much more than just a mere paranormal romance but a bit of legend, myth and a creed that gives honor to her characters as well. Deb, thank you so much for another trip to the sky courtesy of dragon wings and I as always look forward to my next journey there.
muggsey74 More than 1 year ago
I need more, such a good book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was a little disappointed, I'd been waiting for Rafferty's turn for some time. But, after all it is her series, not mine.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book!!! I read it in one sitting.
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As I've come to expect, a story from Ms Cooke is a must-read and this one didn't disappoint. Lorenzo was brought into the story in a previous firestorm reluctantly and maintained his detachment right till the end. Loved the story. However.... The publishing of the ebook was extremely disappointing. To the point that I nearly couldn't read it. There was no formatting at all, save chapter breaks. I could understand this low-level of work if it was self-published, a super quick publish or even an extremely small publishing house just breaking out... But it's not. They had plenty of time. Just because it was an ebook, doesn't mean we should get sub-par goods for our same money.
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I always look forward to any Cooke story and this one does not disappoint. Can't wait for Thorolf's.
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This is the worst one yet.