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  • Fird in the Darkness

    Loved loved loved this book!!! the first in the series started slow but halfway in totally picked up. This second one was on point right from the first chapter, could not drop it, read it within a day.

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  • Brilliant On The Edge Of Your Seat Read

    An excellent read, full of action, romance and loads of twists lurking on the next pages, this book kept me enthralled and I am looking forward to the next one which at the moment cannot find. I love the way the book made me smile while reading it, sometimes really feeling a part of the book itself being able to lose yourself for hours in the thought and imagination the story gives you.

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  • Fabulous read

    Fire in the Darkness is book 2 in Stacey Marie Brown’s Darkness Story. If you haven’t read Darkness of Light it is highly recommended as this book takes off where it ends. Secrets are unearthed, Ember’s journey has her mind, body, and heart challenged and torn. I was blown away by the first book of the Darkness series, Darkness of Light, and I couldn’t wait to get into this story. Ember is in the middle of a war between Light and Dark, both sides wanting her for different but similar reasons. After being the cause of a city being completely destroyed due to her powers, Ember is riddled with guilt and fear of being caught and used as a weapon again. But guilt and fear aren’t the only emotions she is dealing with she is also having to deal with heartache knowing the man she has a connection with has betrayed her. Struggling to survive on her own in the crumbled city while constantly looking over her shoulder, is starting to take its toll on her emotional, physically and mentally. When her emotions are running high things are happening again and people are being hurt. Being proud for being able to keep herself safe and free for weeks, it’s not until our favourite sexy-as-sin Dark Dweller Eli shows back up that she realises just how much danger she really was in the whole time and how much she has craved and missed him. Ember questioned everything and everyone as she tried to figure out the motives of pretty much everything around her. It was dizzying and frustrating. I want so badly for Eli to be what she needs, and my heart raced and grew whenever they get a little closer. But every time Torin would show up I would feel deflated as there is something about him I don’t trust. Please don’t let him be what Ember needs or wants. It has to be the bad boy working against s his natural instincts. #TeamEli I really hope that Ember and Eli are able to work things out and clear up all their secrets and lies, I think they are great together. Besides I have a thing for the bad boy getting the girl, the whole having to work and changing his ways makes it more enjoyable. My favourite quote: “I don’t know if I want to smack you because you’re naïve or plain stupid,” Eli said, irritation soaking his words. “You touch me and you lose your most beloved girlfriend there.” I nodded toward his hand. Eli scoffed. “Then I’ll train yours.”

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