Blood and Fire

Blood and Fire

by Shannon Mckenna
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Blood and Fire 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was ok. I loved all of the other McCloud series, but this one didn't really do it for me. I think Shannon should of left Bruno and his family out of the stories. Didn't really like how they found Kev in the first place. But it was a ok book to read once.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As with the previous books, this one was a fast-paced and intriguing thriller. However, the love story between Bruno and Lily was not as exciting as the previous ones. I think the series should have ended when they found Kevin. Somehow this book stretched the story too much, but Bruno's character was too tangential. The author tried too hard to make him into a McCloud and it was not very believable. The book does provide some sort of reunion and resolution between Kev and his brothers, but this should have happened in Kev's book. I am not sure I will buy the next book about Alex Aaro. I fear it will be even more outstretched.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have this in paper back and its quite large 500 pages. Okay i like long stories but feel this one was reaching a bit. If anything I felt Tam's book should have been longer because she is a much more complex character than Bruno plus she seemed to be the most mysterious. Anyway pretty good read. By my standards this is a could read manly due to the over developement of the plot.
Courtney Maloney More than 1 year ago
Great addition to the McCloud brothers series. Bruno can certainly hold his own against the trio! I can't wait to see what Shannon comes up with next!!
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GA_Girl More than 1 year ago
Could Bruno be whinier?  I don't think so. Normally, Shannon McKenna's heroes are uber-alpha.  But now there is Bruno, who is whiny and childish and definitely one of the lamest heroes ever.  This book is extremely convoluted and unrealistic; I was tempted to leave it mid-way, but since I've read all her earlier books and had Alex Aaro's story waiting in the wings, I finished it up.  Not a total waste of time, but still not one of Ms. McKenna's better works. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read.i didnt want to it down till the end..ready for alex's story.
ElleJRossi More than 1 year ago
This was my first Shannon McKenna book and I must say I absolutely devoured it. I loved the edge, the grit, the hard-core banter between Lily and Bruno. King was the ultimate bad guy...twisted, jaded, out and out pure evil. Zia Rosa tugged at my heart and had me laughing out loud! I'd love to sit in her kitchen for a day. The action kept me on the edge of my seat. The romance was atypical, hot and frantic. Blood and Fire was an escape for me. It took me on an adventurous trip full of danger, sex, and oddly endearing characters. What a ride! I'll definitely read more from Ms. McKenna!
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Great book.
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kt153 More than 1 year ago
Would have been better if Bruno had his own story instead of a continuation of the same plot (ie: mind control) as the others. I have read all the others in this series, but I was lost for a while in this one.
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