Review: Flying Through Fire (Dark Desires #6) by Nina Croft

November 30, 2016 Review 0

Review: Flying Through Fire (Dark Desires #6) by Nina Croft

Winged monsters have been seen in the skies, and a pestilence follows in their wake, threatening the very survival of mankind. Only the crew of the Blood Hunter knows where they come from, and only one man has the power to send them back—Thorne, a human/dragon hybrid in possession of mental powers beyond comprehension.

Candace Decker doesn’t need anyone to look after her—she’s a badass werewolf more than capable of protecting herself and those she loves. All the same, she’s always been drawn to Thorne’s strength. In an uncertain world, he’s the one man who makes her feel safe. And what Candy wants, she usually gets.

But while Candy is tenacious, Thorne’s willpower has been honed over ten thousand years. He might want her, but the last thing he needs is an infatuation with a young, impetuous werewolf. Candy makes him lose control, and that could have disastrous consequences.

As the threat escalates and they become separated by time and space, Candy must find a way back to him, because while Thorne alone has the power to defeat the dragons, only together can they finally bring peace to the universe

Title: Flying Through Fire
Author: Nina Croft
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The Descartes Legacy, Temporal Shift, Falling for the Bad Girl, His Fantasy Bride
Series: Dark Desires #6
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Black Sheep, Porn Star, Wicked S.O.B., Arrogant Bastard
Published by Entangled Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: November 7, 2016
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 299
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
300 Review

You had me at dragons! Frankly I didn’t care that I was jumping into this series at would appears to be the end. The minute I saw dragons, I knew I had to have Flying Through Fire. Sci-Fi and paranormal in the same storyline? Honestly, I had no idea how that was going to work out. Turns out, these two genres work perfectly together like peanut butter and chocolate.


I’ll be the first to say it; Thorne is a bit of a stick in the mud. I get it. He’s thousands of years old, so to say he’s set in his ways is an understatement. He doesn’t have time to deal with a young werewolf, even though he’s very attracted to her. Candy is quite the spitfire. Impetuous, quick to act and minus a filter, this werewolf is quite the firecracker. She is a badass, but sometimes that toughness lands her in trouble. You put these two together and things really begin to get interesting. Let the head-butting begin!


There wasn’t a thing I hated about this book. From the characters, to the plot itself, which of both there is a lot to take in, I loved every minute of it. Flying Through Fire goes by fast, is loads of fun and satisfied both my PNR as well as my SFR sweet tooth. I had a few moments where I did get a bit lost like how on earth is Thorne so OLD?! I kept thinking it was something I missed out on from previous books. Nope, everything gets explained here for me. No linger questions except now I want to read the series from the beginning just so I can enjoy this last book so much more.


I have no previous knowledge of the working of this series, which in no way hindered me. It was AMAZING and how did I not know this series existed! How have I not discovered Nina Croft before is anybody’s guess but now that she is on my radar, I know I have more reading to do. She is a must read author!



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