Review: Alaskan Fury (Guardians of the First Realm #2) by Sara King
Bonded together by a tangle of curses, wishes, and three thousand years of constant, grudging companionship, Kaashifah and 'Aqrab are suddenly on the run from their sanctuary with the Alaskan phoenix, fighting to survive a trek through the wilderness as they flee from pursuers not only technicalogically capable of hunting them, but inspired by their divine belief that what they do is right. If the Fury and her Djinni can't work together and learn to trust each other, they'll lose not only their immortality, but a fated love and mating bond blessed by the God of War himself. Alaskan Fury is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
February 19, 2012
Review: The Fever and the Fury (a Mythica series novella) by Stephanie Draven
Phaedra is a centuries old fury, whose job is to make others atone for their crimes, or to drive them to madness should they refuse to cooperate. Luke Lazaros is Phaedra’s most challenging target yet- not only does he refuse to atone for his sins, but he’s a phoenix… which means that every time Phaedra kills him, he comes right back to life. Phaedra decides that the only way to make any progress with Luke is to drive him mad with desire…but soon she finds that resisting Luke is easier said than done. The Fever and the Fury is worth a look!
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