Blood In Fire

Blood In Fire

by Heather R. Blair

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BN ID: 2940154516461
Publisher: Heather R. Blair
Publication date: 08/19/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 372 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Heather R. Blair wrote her first book in the first grade and hasn't stopped since. Back then it was all about horses, now it's pretty much the dark, sexy and shivery. She lives in the frozen north of Minnesota, near that big gorgeous lake called Superior and enjoys hiking when the snow melts. She also does murals, rides herd on four monsters(otherwise known as children, ages 8-18), is slightly obsessed with Martin Freeman, British television and things that go bump in the night. She loves reading,(duh!)and interacting with other bibliophiles and authors. Feel free to bug her at will and sign up for her newsletter to get shiny new promos, free stuff and MORE!

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Blood In Fire 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a fabulous storyline filled with rich characterization and deep point of view! But the story is really, really dark. Painfully dark at times. Cringe inside, close my eyes, - is it over yet, dark. If this was a movie, I guarantee I would not have been able to watch some of the scenes described. But they were absolutely necessary for this story to ring true. What I loved most about this story was how all the pieces really fit well together. It is complex as hell but I was able to follow along. A few scenes could have been dropped (IMHO) and the backstory explained in a sentence or two, but for the most part the story flowed well, despite the fact that the author regularly flips back and forth between present day and over a thousand years earlier when Aidan became a vampire. Bav is such an intriguing secondary character. She is evil and selfish and yet I can't help but feel sorry for her. Aidan is far more fleshed out as a character than the heroine, Heather, but I suppose that's because he had lived over a thousand years already. I was on the verge of thinking Heather was one of those TSTL (too stupid to live) heroines, when I realized that she didn't fall into that bucket because her choices, while perhaps reckless, were motivated by her love for Aidan and not some stupid need to prove herself. I really loved how it all came together in the end for these two. For a while I really wondered if they might not get their HEA. Rest assured that they do. So why not the full five stars? Given the nature of the storyline and some of the things that happened, I really believe I should have been bawling my eyes out. And while I did get watery eyed briefly at one point, I wasn't a leaky faucet. Only stories that draw out intense emotions in me get the full five stars - happiness, laughter, fear, crying. I'm not sure I can put my finger on why I didn't feel more strongly. Maybe the dialog need tightening? A little more active voice? Not sure. Final verdict? It's a great story that is well worth reading if you can handle the dark matter.