Darkfire Kiss

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Darkfire Kiss

The Dragonfire Novels Book 7

Melissa Smith is on a quest to bring Magnus Montmorency to justice for the murder of a friend, but she doesn't count on finding Rafferty Powell there as well or discovering that neither man is who they appear to be.

The two have been fighting a challenge for many years and Rafferty isn't happy when he finds out that Melissa is his Firestorm and it's such an inconvenient time. He also never expected to find that her will to bring Magnus down matched his own.

When their existence as Dragons comes to the public light will it all come crashing down or will it be for the good?

Darkfire Kiss was a really good addition to the Pyr storyline and the action in the book made for an exciting read. Melissa's vulnerability and sadness made my heart ache for her and the strength of Rafferty's conviction that he wanted to help her thru her past hurts made for a tender love story. The action and the main plotline were memorable.

The adding of a few more characters along the way made it a bit confusing. I hope future books will help with this.

I happily recommend this one as well as the rest of the series.

Book Blurb for Darkfire Kiss

For one woman, he will risk more than his life…

Rafferty Powell has exchanged challenge coins with his arch-nemesis Magnus Montmorency, and their next battle will be their last. But Rafferty never expected to meet a woman whose desire for Magnus’ downfall matches his own—and whose presence sparks Rafferty’s long-awaited firestorm.

Since facing her own mortality, investigative reporter Melissa Smith has resolved to live without fear. She’s determined to make the seemingly untouchable Magnus pay for his role in ending her friend’s life – no matter the price to herself.

When her quest entwines with Rafferty’s, Melissa finds herself risking more than she ever thought possible. Because the heat between them unleashes the darkfire—an awesome force of Pyr legend, one that won’t be sated until everything they know has been tested and remade.

Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2011 4.00