During her career-making performance, Belle Fabian brings down the house literally when she manifests a super power and Red Ruin is sent in to help her learn to control it in this riveting paranormal romance.
From “Bellerina” to “Belle Fury” in the blink of an eye and the reader can’t help but get taken in by the emotional turmoil and passion that flows from the pages as Belle tries to adjust to her new life. There is certainly a sizzling attraction between Belle and Ryan but secrets get in the way of what could be and the fast paced and smooth flowing plot draws reader in with suspense, turmoil and passion.
Tension and expectation builds throughout the story as the reader anticipates what Belle will do with her new life and the life altering decisions that she must make. The scenes are well written and bring the story to life and the events ensure that there is never a dull moment.
I enjoyed this short but thrilling life altering story although I do feel that the story was a little too short to do Belle justice.
This is one diva with killer moves…
Belle Fabian has worked her toes to the bone to become an internationally renowned ballerina. When the curtains rise on her career-making performance of Giselle, she brings down the house—literally.
Mid-dance, she manifests a superpower that nearly destroys the Metropolitan Opera House, wiping out a line of chorus girls and sending the audience dashing for the exits. As she flees the theater, she assumes the worst. Her hard-won career is over.
The Manhattan Ten’s leader is playing hooky with his new lady, so it falls to Red Ruin to round up the super-powered danseur. It’s just one small, bird-boned woman hiding in a convenience store. How hard could it be?
Their first encounter generates sparks that border nuclear and their chemistry sends Belle’s powers into overdrive, but their perfect storm of passion is marred by her suspicion that Ruin is holding back. That secret that could turn the sweet burn of Ruin’s lightning into a permanent scar on her heart.
Warning: Contains one lightning-hot hero and a not-so-blushing ballerina. May cause third-degree burns and spontaneous tango.