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Review: Breathe of Fire by Liliana Hart

Posted on 22 May, 2013 by in Liliana Hart / 1 comment

Breathe of Fire




4.5 STARS!!!
“Born to be mates destined to be enemies. ”

A “Rena Drake” Novel

Since the Banishment, Rena has become the Drakan Enforcer, cleaning up the messes her dragon brethren make in order to keep their presence in the human world hidden.

When a group of rogue Drakan begins killing dragons who refuse to join the army of the Destroyer the dragon they believe will become their true king Rena has no choice but to take action.

Special Agent Noah Ford appears, seemingly out of nowhere, to offer his assistance and protection. Protection, from a human? Hell, no. But something about him draws her hypnotically, erotically close. Some secret he refuses to reveal.

Every clue Rena uncovers indicates Julian, leader of one of the five clans, is the Destroyer. But when she confronts Julian, the blue mating fire a phenomenon that hasn t been seen since the Banishment engulfs them both.

Burning with need for two very different men, Rena must choose to kill the one destined to be her mate. Or see her people s dreams of home turned to a pile of ashes.

Warning: This novel contains high-speed car chases, crackling thighs, magic duels, naughty words, and sex on ceilings, tables, high in a tower, in the shower and you get the drift.


Kim’s Review
Okay I must admit Breathe of Fire was far outside the realm of my normal read. I mean I don’t tend to read books of this nature since we were dealing with alternate Realms and Drakan’s which in short are dragons that live on Earth disguised as humans.

So yes it’s outside of my normal read and I would be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy the book which so happens to be the first book in this series and now I’m itching for the second book, guess I’m hooked.

Rena Drake is part of Drakan clan but her powers as an Enforcer someone who can read minds far supercedes most in her clan but little does Rena know she also has powers that far surpass others she just needs the right ummm stimulation 😉 to unleash those powers.

We meet FBI agent Noah Ford who seems to have some types of powers as Rena can’t read his mind as she can others and they have an instant “attraction” to one another ~ I’m hoping the second book delves further into this attraction and we find out exactly WHO Noah is or maybe WHAT he is.

See in this book we are introduced to Rena’s lifemate the one whose mere whisper of words and touch promise erotic moments that one can only wish to experience in their life but is this truly her lifemate or is there really another option out there.

This book is filled with war amongst an uknown evil that once revealed I never saw coming. It’s filled with some hot roll’s in the sheet and it filled me with a desire to want MORE so guess I have a new series to read. If you enjoy a paranormal type read with some steamy love scenes, suspense, and a mystery thrown in for good measure then I highly recommend you grab Breathe of Fire and give a chance! I’m happy I did cause I really ended up enjoying it and it did grab me from the moment I started reading it!

About the Author
Liliana Hart

Liliana Hart spent five years teaching music in the public education system. She molded America’s youth, busted kids for smoking pot in the restrooms, and broke up illicit affairs behind the stage on a regular basis. (Liliana’s Addison Holmes Mystery Series, about a small town teacher who gets into a whole lot of trouble, is somewhat autobiographical, but she won’t confess to which parts).

Liliana began reading romance novels with all her new found free time, and when she ran out of things to read, she decided to write her own novels. The result was a 150,000 word thriller—a dazzling adventure—where the heroine was a thirty-year-old virgin assassin (Yes, you read that right). She couldn’t imagine why people weren’t knocking down her door to read it, but she persevered and began writing a second book. She finally got the hang of things, and eventually learned that losing one’s virginity wasn’t all that romantic after all. All of her books involve some kind of suspense (she just can’t help herself), laughter, and a lot of steamy sex.

Since the failure of her first attempt, Liliana’s books have won awards such as: The Daphne Du Maurier, The Suzannah, The Linda Howard Award of Excellence, The Maggie, and many others. Her affiliations include Romance Writers of America and Mystery Writers of America.

Liliana loves to cook, and is addicted to reading, Internet Boggle, kickboxing, and Bones. She lives in a big, rambling house in Texas with a couple of cats to keep her company. She loves to get emails from readers.

Enjoy the Adventures!

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