(Elemental’s Challenge Series, #1)
by Claire Davon
by Claire Davon
When a gorgeous winged man rescues her from a pack of werewolves, something flares to life inside Rachel. Suddenly she can see the paranormal world around her, a world unseen by mortals. And far more complicated.
When Phoenix’s massive orange-and-red wings erupt from his back, he knows his Challenge-an age-old battle against his Demonos counterpart-is upon him. Heeding Rachel’s cry for help adds a layer of complexity never seen in any previous Challenge.
Rachel, they discover, isn’t entirely human. Like Phoenix, she commands fire. Fire calls to fire, and soon they are succumbing to a fierce attraction. As the Challenge bears down on them, though, Phoenix must discover what the Demonos has in store for mankind. If he doesn’t succeed, the entire world will be swallowed up in darkness-and Rachel along with it.
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Claire has many irons in the fire, including short stories across a multitude of genres to go along with her romances, from contemporary to paranormal. Originally from Brookline, Massachusetts, Claire now lives in Los Angeles. In addition to writing she has an office job she loves, does animal rescue, reads, and goes to movies. She loves to hear from fans, so feel free to drop her a line.
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Fire Danger by Claire Davon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Fire Danger is for sure a very original plot with the theme that "Fire draws to fire". That is unusual because in most paranormal books they always pair the fire element with water or air.
Rachel is a Djinn and is being targeted by other Supernatural beings and Phoenix hears her pleas for help.
Phoenix is fixing to go to challenge and that could mean the start of WWIII and that would not be a good thing.
Attraction between Rachel and Phoenix jumps off the page, the only problem is that Phoenix's counterpart is the one that is after Rachel. Oh no, what will they do?!
I enjoyed Fire Danger because it was so unique and it is always good to have some variety in what you are reading.
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