"Fire and Bone" is an urban fantasy book about Sage, an eighteen-year-old girl who gets invited to a party, which results in her whole life changing. But is it for the better? Or worse?
I don’t want to give too much away, but I’m in LOVE with this book! Like seriously in love. Everything, I mean everything, about this book was amazing. The storyline/plot was unique and originally yet brilliantly plotted and executed. Characters were compelling, colorful and richly crafted. Sage, the main character, felt very relatable and likeable. I could totally see us being friends.
It had excellent pacing and the writing was superb! The writing was actually one of my favorite things. Every sentence felt carefully yet beautifully crafted. Some of the descriptions left me in awe.
My favorite thing was the world-building/setting. The world itself felt like its own individual character. Everything felt alive and vibrant. I loved the world that the author created and when I turned that last page, I didn’t want to leave.
Overall, this was an A+ book. It had everything I could want in a good book—memorable and captivating characters, original ideas, an interesting and action-filled storyline, and beautiful, lyrical writing. I highly recommend to all fantasy readers!
In Hollywood’s underworld of demigods, druids, and ancient bonds, one girl has a dangerous future.
Sage is eighteen, down on her luck, and struggling to survive on the streets of Los Angeles. Everything changes the night she’s invited to a party—one that turns out to be a trap.
Thrust into a magical world hidden within the City of Angels, Sage discovers that she’s the daughter of a Celtic goddess, with powers that are only in their infancy. Now that she is of age, she’s asked to pledge her service to one of the five deities, all keen on winning her favor by any means possible. She has to admit that she’s tempted—especially when this new life comes with spells, Hollywood glam, and a bodyguard with secrets of his own. Not to mention a prince whose proposal could boost her rank in the Otherworld.
As loyalties shift, and as the two men vie for her attention, Sage tries to figure out whom to trust in a realm she doesn’t understand. One thing is for sure: the trap she’s in has bigger claws than she thought. And it’s going to take a lot more than magic for this Celtic demigoddess to make it out alive.