A Hidden Fire
Publish date: October 18th 2011
Publisher: E. Hunter
Pages no: 423
Edition language: English
Series: Elemental Mysteries (#1)
Anyone with the name Dr. Giovanni Vecchio will start to peak my interest. How could a name like that not be interesting? Well, A Hidden Fire doesn't disappoint. Add to the hot name a personality that men should kill for, and he's wicked smart? I love books, they make even the most impossible dreams ...
I so liked this! Interesting and realistic characters and behaviour - banter and humor, action and suspense and so on. Two little things that weren't great: The take on vampires was far away from original, actually more like sticking to most tropes as close as possible. Also the whole "book hunt...
This book took me a while to get through. First off - it's boring! I don't think anything actually happened until the end of the book. I felt like the whole book they were sitting in the library studying and talking. The back and forth banter between B and Giovanni reminded me of how high schoolers ...
A Hidden Fire was one of those kindle freebies I picked up a while ago and promptly forgot about. It was picked for me in a group I'm in. I'm glad I read it. The beginning definitely reminded me a lot of A Discovery of Witches, which I didn't love, but it was much better. The relationship was well...
I'm not real sure how I feel about this one, for me it was extremely slow until the last 20-30% of the book and while the ending is not a cliff hanger after all that build up...really really frustrating...I will read the next book but it will be a "make it or break it" book for me