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    Awesome Second Book in the Blood of Earth Series!

    Call of Fire is the second book in the Blood of Earth series. Breath of Earth takes place in 1906 before the famous San Francisco earthquake. Except this fantasy takes an alternative history twist to include geomancers (people who can absorb the Earth's energy, then transfer that energy into gems that can store the power and be used like a battery). This second installment picks up where Breath of Earth leaves off. Ingrid teams up with Cy and Fenris to stop the United Pacific's attempts to destroy an entire culture and history. Some spoilers discussed below: *** The magic set up and historical backdrop are perfect for my tastes in reading as well as, not gonna lie, the romance factor. Cy was the perfect blend of sweet and romance shy that hooks me every time. Well, written and realistic love is a major bonus for any fantasy--and this book didn't disappoint! The love scene (if I had to rate it on heat level--sweet, sexy, hot, or explicit--, I'd say it fell under sweet) had echoes of Diana Gabaldon's love scenes. Where the characters have intimate moments that ring true to the awkwardness of the situation (and with a somewhat shy hero). In addition to the emerging romance, I felt the side characters are given much more personality and layers. It's more of a build on the strong foundation that was set up in book one. Overall a good read. If you like alternate history fantasy, you've found your next binge!
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