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  • Kiss of Fire

    Great read and start of a series with an original angle on dragon mythology. I found the characters and their interactions in the fast paced plot kept my interest very engaged.

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  • Wow! Just WOW!

    You know how sometimes when you start a book it takes a couple of chapters to “get into” the story and characters? Well, this is NOT that book!!! This story grabs you by the throat immediately and draws you into the action. The characters, disbelieving Seer Sara and her destined mate Quinn, the Smith of the Pyr, create immediate and incendiary chemistry. The character development continues and deepens throughout the book as events of Quinn’s past are slowly revealed. This is, for me, a newly discovered series by Ms. Cooke, one which I look forward to continuing. A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion.

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  • Kiss of Fire

    OMG! I forgot how much I love this series! It has been awhile since I read it and I just have to tell you that is just so wrong. Now, let me tell you my thoughts on the first book in the Dragonfire series – Kiss of Fire. Sara and Quinn are strong, charismatic characters that are easily connected to and I just fell in love with them from the get go. The romance is sweet and has lots of spectacular chemistry flowing from the pages but the relationship has a few stumbling blocks as Sara doesn’t believe in fate or magic, so what’s a dragon that is facing his firestorm to do? Risk everything to fulfill their entwined fates like that’s the easiest thing in the world to do, right? Having to go through emotional turmoil along with life altering as well as mind altering decisions is certainly not easy so this couple’s happily ever after is quite a bit of interesting and fulfilling hard work. And that’s not all, this book is full of excitement and thrills as anticipation and suspense build throughout the story which kept me on the edge of my seat and hanging on to every last word that this couple said. The fast paced story never has a dull moment and introduces and a whole new and fascinating world of dragons that I find to be exhilarating. Deborah Cooke’s Dragonfire world is well developed, easily pictured and easily get the imagination flowing as it introduces some wonderfully unique elements and delightful and intriguing characters and did I mention how sexy these dragons are? I loved Kiss of Fire and I can’t wait for the re-release of the second book - Kiss of Fury!

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  • Kiss of fire

    Loved it . The only thing i can say more please .great book

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  • Great start to this sexy dragon shifter series

    This is a great beginning to a series about a race of men who are dragon shifters, destined from ancient times to protect humans. Once in each man's lifetime (which can be hundreds of years long), he experiences a firestorm that indicates he has met the human woman who is his destined mate. Quinn is a super-sexy, strong, quiet blacksmith. That's enough to make him a great romance hero, right there! But he is also one of the Pyr, a dragon shifter, who really wants nothing to do with the old traditions and his fellow dragons. However, when he experiences the firestorm, he can't help but want to protect Sara. She's everything he could hope for in a mate, but he doesn't want to freak her out with the truth about his dragon side. But every firestorm brings the attention of other dragons, both good and bad, so he'll have to figure out if it is worth revealing the truth to protect Sara and help the other Pyr. Sara has always known that supernatural things can happen, but she pushed that aside and became a successful accountant. When her aunt left her a quirky bookstore specializing in spiritualism and ancient lore, she thinks it's a good opportunity to get out of her high-pressure job. She never imagined she would have a part in the ultimate battle of good versus evil. When dragons start appearing, she thinks she's losing her mind, but she never fears Quinn when he reveals his dragon nature. Strangely, she feels like she belongs in this dragon world, even if it does sound crazy. The chemistry between Quinn and Sara is sizzling right along with the firestorm. I thought the author did a good job of explaining the main point of the mythology behind the dragon shifters while still leaving plenty more of the lore to explore in future stories. This was all about introducing the main characters in this world and setting up the battle between the good and bad dragons. It was an action-packed story centering on Quinn and Sara, and their story had a satisfying conclusion. But it is obvious that the overall Dragonfire story is just getting started. I'm looking forward to reading more.

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