Once Bitten, Twice Burned
Publish date: April 29th 2014
Publisher: Kensington Books
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Phoenix Fire (#2)
It's been awhile since I've read book 1, but this read like it was taking place (at least the first 1/2) at the same time as book 1. The Genesis facility is a paranormal research facility in a world that the paranormals are "out." The ethical issue is no one is there voluntarily.Sabine is a phoenix....
I loved this book so very much! I was so anxious to read it, I ended up signing up for a free trial of Amazon Unlimited just so I could read it (instead of having to wait to have it shipped).Sabine and Ryder were such a dynamic couple! He's so strong and sure, and she's so new to this world, and wha...
3 starsRyder (Dracula) + Sabine (phoenix)SPOILER ALERT. This is an honest and highly subjective review, proceed with caution. You have been warned.What I Liked.One. The vamps here aren't sparkly, have granite teeth and "vegetarian". They are monsters, killer machines, have two protruding fangs, drin...
My Rating: B+ Liked It A LotOriginally posted at That's What I'm Talking AboutReview copy provided by the publisher. The second book in the Phoenix Fire series, Once Bitten, Twice Burned, overlaps chronologically with its predecessor, Burn for Me. The story begins with Ryder, a powerful vampire we...
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