A gift he needs to tame...
Kid feels what the world around him feels, he is a raw, bleeding nerve, and he can't control the pain anymore. After lashing out at everyone he loves, he agrees to an exile atop Quanto's mountain to learn to control the power he wields. Desperate to end it, Kid battles with Wyatt the eldest Morning Star-hoping against hope that the man will kill him. He longs only for peace...
A gift she wants to harness...
Evelyn Lang grew up with a territorial judge for a father, and a secret-her father's Fevered ability passed to her. When he's killed in broad daylight in a little town in Kansas after freeing a slave, Lang is no longer bound by her father's oath to never use her ability-now she must train it. She travels across hostile territory in search of the man who trained her father. She longs only for vengeance...
Tempestuous passions, opposing needs, and impulsive decisions divide them...
Conflicting goals put Kid and Evelyn in direct opposition. Her hunger for justice cuts him, but Quanto refuses his requests to train alone. Forced to train together, they must confront their deepest fears if they are ever to achieve their greatest desire....
His pain. Her obsession. Their battle.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Raising Kane is the fifth book in the Fevered Hearts series. It has to be the longest of the books yet it felt much too short, since I could gladly wallow in the world she’s created for days. I adored the way Ms. Long let us check in on past characters and does so in a way that it’s clearly defined who we’re currently checking in with. William “Kid” Kane has been a favorite of mine from the beginning, he’s so troubled and it was very cathartic to finally get to his turn. I enjoyed watching him come into his own and the way he is with Evelyn just cemented him as a favorite. They are both great characters and very clearly meant for each other. The Fevered Hearts world is so rich and built beautifully that I easily fell into the world with the descriptions, in between life’s distractions. It was nice to step into a world where the pace is slower and reconnect with characters I’ve loved in the past, and get hints of characters who still need their story told. I so highly recommend this series and Raising Kane, that I wish I had the ability to gift them to everyone. I believe that fans of both historical and paranormal romance will find a home in this captivating series by Heather Long.