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FLASHFIRE
by Deborah Cooke

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Shapeshifter, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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In the seventh Dragonfire novel, the defeat of one Pyr’s enemies only means that a new threat rises in the form of the crafty and deadly Chen. The hero in this chapter has long denied his dragon shifting nature, but on the eve of his greatest stunt, fate intervenes. Cooke’s long-running series continues to be a sexy and thrilling winner!

Pyr/magician/illusionist Lorenzo has taken Las Vegas by storm with his Trial by Fire show. Even though Lorenzo has been approached by both Pyr and slayers, he prefers to stay a lone wolf. Fate, however, has other plans when vacationing paparazzi Cassie Redmond sits in the front row of his show. Sparks literally fly as the firestorm between them ignites. Cassie and the rest of the audience think it is part of the show, but Lorenzo knows better. Although the existence of dragons has recently been exposed, Cassie is not a believer, yet she is about to get first-hand evidence. Following the elimination of slayer Magnus, Chen is gathering strength and using a dangerous brand to build an army. Like it or not, Lorenzo and his talents are something Chen needs. (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Jan., 416 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: SIGNET ECLIPSE

Published: January 2012

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