Kiss of Fury
Read Deborah Cooke's posts on the Penguin Blog. Alexandra Madison has discovered an invention that could change the world. When her partner is murdered and their lab destroyed, Alex knows she has to rebuild her prototype in time... Donovan Shea knows the Madison project is of dire... show more
Read Deborah Cooke's posts on the Penguin Blog. Alexandra Madison has discovered an invention that could change the world. When her partner is murdered and their lab destroyed, Alex knows she has to rebuild her prototype in time... Donovan Shea knows the Madison project is of dire importance to the ongoing Pyr/Slayer war. So when he sees Alex being followed by a Slayer, he reacts and defends her, never imagining that she’s his destined mate... As Slayers close in on their prey, Donovan knows he’ll surrender his life to protect Alex—and lose his heart to possess her...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 5th 2008
Pages no: 392
Edition language: English
Series: Dragonfire (#2)
One act of passion can save the world... Scientist Alexandra Madison was on the verge of unveiling an invention that would change the world. Then her partner was murdered, their lab was burned, and their prototype was destroyed. While Alex is in the hospital recovering from burns suffered in the f...
Alex, has worked very hard to make the "Green Machine" happen, but then one tragic night, her lab is destroyed, and her partner tortured and then killed. She finds herself in the hospital, having dreams of Dragons, and then she finds herself being kidnapped by a breathtakingly handsome man where spa...
Kiss of Fire held such promise. A Beta dragon shifter with the neat twist of the Firestorm – the mating sense that the dragon will feel between him and his destined mate. Too bad that the excitement really only lasted for a single book.In Kiss of Fury, we meet the obligatory lone wolf – Donovan. ...
3,5 starsPretty good second instalment. A little better than the introductory book but not by much. I still hope that the third volume of this series surprises me. I don't want this to be another vulgar series. I still think it has wings to fly. :PLet's see how it goes with Kiss of Fate.
I enjoyed this book as much as I liked the first one. The foreshadowing is excellent and Ms. Cooke gives you enough information to keep you interested in the series plot.The only thing I don't like about this series is the whole "firestorm" and the forcing to have sex that instantly makes the femal...