Book Review

THE FIRE LORD’S LOVER
by Kathryne Kennedy

Genre: Historical Romance, England, Georgian Period, Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1724 England

2010 Historical Fantasy/Paranormal Nominee

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Book one of Kennedy’s Elven Lords series is a melding of historical romance and fantasy, much like Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. This enthralling story combines magic and realism as its excellent plot reaches out with great depth of emotion, heart-stopping action and characters easy to care about wrapped in a passionate love story.

In a magical world of England ruled by ruthless elven lords, Dominic Raikes, the half-breed son of the malevolent Fire Lord Mor’ded has submerged his human side in an attempt to keep his father unaware of his magical powers. Lady Cassandra Bridges, raised in purity and innocence, has been secretly trained as an assassin by the Rebellion, a band of humans who want England free of the Elven. An arranged marriage between her and Dominic is to take place within days.

Two unexpected events occur: she falls in love with her new husband and Dominic’s reciprocal feelings free his human personality traits, such as passion, compassion and conscience. Together they fight to destroy the great evil being perpetrated upon the human race by the lords at the risk of their love and very existence, right up to the totally surprising climax. (SOURCEBOOKS, Jul., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: SOURCEBOOKS

Published: July 2010

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