Title: Burns Like Fire
A scarred hunter seeking revenge...
Jack Marilla is out to avenge the deaths of his family, and get his revenge for the burn scars that cover his body. His house was burned down with himself and his family locked inside of it two years ago, and he barely survived.
His prime suspect is Cindy Chase, the paranormal fire starter who captured his heart, and then set his house ablaze before vanishing.
...and the woman he used to love as his prime suspect...
When he finally catches her, Jack faces his biggest challenge yet. To not believe her when she claims to be innocent, or fall for her tempting seduction.
Author: Mandy Rosko
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The Dragon And The Wolf , The Vampire's Curse, The Legend of the Werewolf, The Shepard's Agony
Series: Dangerous Creatures #1
Published by Self Source: Author
Published: January 6, 2015
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
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Out for revenge for his family’s deaths, Jack Marilla finally tracks down and captures the culprit, Cindy Chase but she claims to be innocent and he’s finding it hard not to believe her in this captivating paranormal romance.
With a fast pace and smooth flowing plot, this romance keeps readers on their toes with lots of suspense and passion. Jack sets out to capture Cindy and turn her over to the Collectors, but he ends up holding her for a few days and learns that not things may be different than he thought. The reader can’t help but get caught up in the story as Cindy captures the heart as a firestarter in a world that hates paranormals and being turned over to the Collectors is a ticket straight to hell. The chemistry between Cindy and Jack still burns hot but they are both torn apart by circumstances and giving into their white hot desire complicates things even more. The characters are strong, compelling and grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning.
The well orchestrated suspense draws the reader in and the well written scenes and details capture the imagination. Lots of excitement ensures that there is never a dull moment as capturing Cindy and keeping her prisoner is no easy picnic for Jack and then things become even more complicated when the collectors show up early. To spice the story up even more, Cindy’s friend Jamie is being pursued by another hunter.
The author has created a fascinating world that promises some exciting and fascinating stories with intriguing characters with interesting gifts and refreshingly different elements. The ending of Jack and Cindy’s story could have been a little better but then again their story may continue in the next book, so I will reserve judgment on that and look forward to reading it.