Phoenix Feather

Phoenix Feather

by Angela Wallace

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Overview

Phoenix Feather by Angela Wallace

Aidan Quinn is not entirely human. Every hundred years, she bursts into flame and is reborn from the ashes. Now she's a grad student in Seattle, weary of these repetitious life cycles and grieving a lost love.

An obsession is born. Detective Bryan McCain is trying to solve the serial murders of young women with red hair. When his brother, Trent, starts dating a potential victim, Bryan has to pour everything he has into catching the killer, without losing himself in the process.

Aidan's heart has been broken many times, but she just might have a little left for dashing fireman Trent McCain. Little does she know, the killer is on the hunt for a phoenix, and he's getting closer.


"A solid gentle romance with a hint of mystery, mythology, and a lot of warmth...I highly recommend this story to adults, older teenagers, college aged students, and anyone who loves to be in love." --Literary Sweet

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016785745
Publisher: Angela Wallace
Publication date: 05/18/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 242
Sales rank: 881,921
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Angela Wallace loves gun-toting good boys and could have been a cop in another life except for the unfortunate condition of real blood making her queasy. Good thing writing gun and sword fights isn’t a problem. In her books you’ll find the power of love, magic, and redemption.

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Phoenix Feather 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Autumn2 More than 1 year ago
I received this book to give an honest review. I loved the way this story was told, you have Aidan who has a secret! She is a phoenix who unknown to her is being hunted. She has decided to live life as a human and have friends and ends up in a relationship with Trent a fireman! How ironic right? Aidan is a phoenix who can rise from the ashes and Trent fights fires. Trent is the adorable book boyfriend so kind, caring, thinks of others, willing to help those going through a hard time even if he doesn't truly know them.  Aidan normally doesn't let anyone get close to her but she befriends Chris and Phoebe who have an awesome brother and sister relationship. Not only does she allow Chris and Phoebe to get close she also allows Trent to become close and ends up knowing more about her than anyone before.  There is romance, mystery and  mythology which I love! The phoenix is one of those mystical creatures I love to read about, there is a bit of sadness but hope towards the end. Aidan is such a strong character with what is thrown her way that her selfless act is something I didn't even think about her doing.  This story keep me wanting to read more to find out what else could happen, will this serial killer be caught or would it be too late? What will happen with Aidan and Trent? I love this authors writing style and hope to read more from her in the future. 
VirginiaRipple More than 1 year ago
I received this book free in return of an honest review. The Good... This was quite possibly Angela Wallace's best book yet. I loved the murder mystery parts. Her use of details concerning how an investigation proceeds, as well as what happens in a fire department, showed a mastery of balance between the amount of research done and what actually gets used in the story. I also enjoyed the way she treated the characters' feelings regarding Chris's illness. It was an honest view of different people's reaction to a loved one living with stage four cancer. Many scenes brought me to tears, and, as I've said in other reviews, that is difficult to do. Not only did she treat each character with dignity and fashion them into believable people, she gave us an ending full of surprises and unexpected twists that is very satisfying. The Not-so-good... While the characters and situations were as believable as any writer can create, I was a bit disappointed that the mystery almost completely disappears near the middle of the book. I would have liked more tension brought out with reminders that there is a serial killer on the loose throughout the entire story, instead of just at the beginning and near the end. The book meandered into romance genre territory more than I prefer about one-third of the way into the story. However, by the two-thirds mark, the mystery was back in full swing and continued to rivet me through the rest of the pages. The Overall... I think Phoenix Feather would appeal to mystery lovers and romance readers alike and I would highly recommend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Uhhhhhh.?