Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Review: Flying Through Fire

Flying Through Fire Flying Through Fire by Nina Croft
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Fan-freaking-tastic!! I haven't read a lot of sci-fi, but this one was incredibly good. It had space (the entire universe really), werewolves, vampires, hybrids and DRAGONS! Yeah, I freaking said DRAGONS!! So it was sci-fi/paranormal blended awesomeness!!

Candy was a werewolf whose parents (mom was a Priestess and dad was a renowned assassin) were a part of the rebel force against The Church, whose mission was to eradicate the galaxy of anyone they deemed "sub-human". Ten years ago, most of The Church was extinguished and a pseudo-peace was reached. However, there's a new threat: the dragons are searching to eliminate a female member of the Collective (dragon hybrids) who can also time jump through worm holes and they are wiping out all who stand in their way. It's up to Candy and the rest of the crew of the Blood Hunter to save the universe. The crew consists of Thorne (oldest and most powerful Collective member and alos the love of Candy's life), Rico (vampire), Skylar (Collective), Devlin (Collective), Saffira (Collective time-jumper), Fergal (cyborg), Daisy (vampire), Tannis (Collective) and Callum (Collective). Each character brought their own identity to the table and each one was as enjoyable as the next. I was certainly never bored with these guys AT ALL! Oh, and the dragons also hate female Collective members PERIOD!!

Nina Croft wrote this tale quite beautifully and I was immediately lost in space with this cast and crew. With edge-of-your-seat excitement, action and suspense and with it's intensely hot passion, I was stuck to this story from beginning to end. And you know that I'm going to have to go back to the beginning of this series, right? It was that good *wink*

An ARC was generously provided in exchange for an honest review


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