by D. B. Sieders

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He's running from the past. She's running from the future.

Bruce, Sylph Prince and guardian of air, loves mixing business with pleasure. He wields his powers to satisfy his cravings and forget past sins.

But when he discovers a rogue Phoenix, pleasure comes with the risk of catastrophe.

After a century in hiding, Serafina is fighting against a conspiracy to resurrect the Phoenix. Uniting three of her kind could unleash a fiery apocalypse. She's a ticking time bomb, but Bruce makes it his mission to save her.

She'll have to trust the seductive, mercurial Sylph prince to help tame her deadly fire before it dooms them both and all they hold dear.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156787302
Publisher: Griffyn Ink
Publication date: 10/18/2016
Series: Southern Elemental Guardians , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 265
Sales rank: 564,486
File size: 2 MB

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Firestorm 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really like Bruce, I mean its Bruce. I've adored Bruce since his first snarky appearance in Lorelei's Lyric. I love how he is completely poleaxed by Sera yet knows exactly what to do. I love Bruce It's completely unexplainable, but of all of DB Sieder's heroes Bruce is the man. He's not perfect, he has personality issues, and blind spots, but I adore him ( I mean if I were filling out a Q&A on book boyfriends I should prefer Vance from Lorelei's Lyric.) Now that everyone is clear on where I stand in regards to Bruce: This was a fun read. I actually ended up enjoying the ensemble cast of characters who have been building since the first book. And I did not actually hate Sera, which can happen when I adore the lead male that much.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The other SEG books have dealt with the mermaid sisters, but in this story, Bruce meets his match. Sera is exactly what he needs. The test this time is not personal, but worldwide--Bruce and Sera have to work together to save us all and they find something special in each other at the same time.
RomanticReadsandSuch More than 1 year ago
It's easier to state this up front - I will reference the other books in the series in my review, however this one can stand alone so don't worry if this is where you decide to start. For those of you who have been reading this series, I'm sure you've been just as anxious as I have to see cocky (but still loveable) Bruce meet his match. I even mentioned it in my review for Lorelei's Lyric, but I definitely didn't see Serafina coming ... and neither did he :) Like with the other books, Sieders gives readers a wonderful complex world - not just with there paranormal element but the personal as well as the political. There's a lot of inner-workings between the different factions of the elementals and she does a great job of describing it in a way that is pretty easy to apply to society today without getting overly preachy. It helps you see not only their world in a way that you can understand but also gives you a chance to look at your own a little differently as well. While there is danger and intrigue over the Phoenix resurrection & potential apocalypse, there's also a lot of drama with Bruce and Sera. He's been carrying a lot of guilt over some decisions he's made throughout his very long life. While she's spent her much shorter one living in fear and hiding who she is, never really living. But meeting each other, and the unrest that has caused it, puts them in a situation where they could help each other address their troubles. And find themselves falling in love at a time when they least expect it. While this one came off as a little more traditional in the paranormal romance genre than the first two books, Sieders still delivers a well-written and intriguing supernatural world with a plot that pulls you in and characters that keep you turning pages until the very end. I know there's more to come and I'm intrigued to see what direction she's decides to take her stories next. *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***