Narrator: Antony Ferguson
Length: 10 hrs 58 mins
Series: Dark Kings #17
Published by St. Martin's Press, Tantor Audio on June 30, 2020
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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If she believed in destiny, she would believe they were meant for each other.
But that fire was put out long ago. . .
Living among the Dragon Kings, Cain has spent lifetimes learning to distrust both mortals and Fae. He is a warrior born—and every instinct demands that he fight to keep his own kind safe. But when a fringe member of the Dark Fae contacts the Kings with an urgent warning, Cain is torn for the first time. How can he trust this beautiful creature when resisting his primal attraction to her is battle enough?
Noreen is horrified by what her kind and the malevolent Others are planning for the Dragon Kings. Dark Fae or not, there are lines she will not cross—even if it means risking her life. But she never imagined that she would risk her heart until she meets Cain. She wants him with a soul-deep desire that frightens her…and endangers them both. Is saying goodbye to everything Noreen has ever known worth a love that will span time and realms?
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The Flame is the precursor to the last book of the Dark Kings series. Things are so heightened right now and the Flame just took it even higher!
Cain seems like a laid back yet loyal King. He is determined to check out this lead the Kings have received. The whole book though, the question in the back of you mind is, “is this a trick”. Things are not as they seem, but Cain seems to be positive and believe what is in front of him. I didn’t know whether I wanted to slap him and tell him to be more cautious, or defend what seemed to be his true happiness.
I did not trust Noreen. She claims to be a deserter of the Others, yet the Others have proved to be beyond tricky. Noreen could be a really good actress. The author seems to take you on a roller coaster ride with Noreen.
I was on edge throughout most of The Flame. The excitement continues to build. Rhi is going through major changes and we can’t help but wonder if the Dark in her will win out. I’m pleading with the good in Rhi to win. Just another aspect of this book to keep you fascinated and engaged.
I’m beside myself with excitement for Inferno. Releasing THIS WEEK! I believe this finale is going to blow my mind!