Monday, February 25, 2013

Book Review: Firefight in Darkness by Katie Jennings

Blurb: Book two of the Dryad Quartet.

Her name was Blythe, and she was Fire.

She fought for what she believed in, and wouldn’t hesitate to unleash the fire in her blood on anyone who threatened those she loved.

But when an alarming truth is revealed regarding the one man she’s both hated and longed for her entire life, she finds herself in an awkward position of both acceptance and denial. But whichever way she looked at it, she was reminded that there was an evil out there gunning for her and her family, and she would stop at nothing to destroy him, even if it meant sacrificing everything she had and everything she was.

Fortunately for her, she had help. But even with the companionship of a skilled and lethal bounty hunter, Blythe couldn’t escape more of the truth, no matter how hard it was to swallow.

Because the evil she’s fighting has a story to tell, and she’d be a damn fool not to listen.

*WARNING: May contain spoilers*

At first I was a little thrown by the fact that this book focuses on Blythe instead of Capri, but then I got into it and I enjoyed as much as the first book in the series. Blythe is fierce and feisty.  And her romance with Jax is full of barely restrained passion. They fit so well together.
This book is full of action, romance, danger, and demons. It was a fun ride and I especially liked the big fight toward the end. There is a lot of cursing in it, however, so if you find that offensive you might want to pass this one by.

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