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None of the major issues involving Reagan's family were resolved. This was the What a waste of time! This was the end of the trilogy, so it wasn't highly illogical of me to assume there would have been a resolution. It was very disappointing. New issues arose in the last half of this book that were left completely unresolved. Why bring up things in the final book if nothing is going to happen as a result?
Reagan's mom was mentioned a lot towards the end. Almost made me think she's not really dead, but who knows since nothing happened. WTH was the point of the vampire secret? Was it just there to hint at future we'll never read about at least in regards to these characters? At the end the author said she's not done with this world. It was clear we'd see Reagan and Darius again, but in what capacity? I have no interest in reading more after this book.
I'm not going to waste my time reading another trilogy set in this world on the off chance things will be resolved in the end. View all 8 comments. Nov 01, Tink Magoo is bad at reviews rated it really liked it Shelves: When someone tried to put Baby in the corner, that someone got accidentally killed. Aug 03, Luci rated it really liked it Shelves: I want more of Reagan and Darius.
Not just as side characters in books to come, but as main characters. I love this series. It's good, and I really liked it. Think I need a few days to process and then write the review. Aug 05, Ira rated it really liked it Shelves: Lots of action in here and the fantasy is fabulous! Still not happy with Reagan, reading her with Darius feel like watching a patience Dad with his toddler daughter having a tantrum.
What is in her mind and anything came out from her mouth sounds childish and juvenile! It sound weird for a kickass heroine like this. I compare her with Elena in term having thousands years old mate, she failed miserably! I compare her with Nevada in term of maturity and how she handle her responsibility, Reagan was fai Lots of action in here and the fantasy is fabulous! I compare her with Nevada in term of maturity and how she handle her responsibility, Reagan was fail too. She even more bonkers than Shanti! Shanti still my number one Ms. So why still got 4 stars? The storyline and the actions is awesome, Reagan is really a fantastic fighter and her craziness made this story a non stop kickass action.
Gosh, this vampire's patience in handling Reagan's temper just incredible and he made me feel less grumpy toward her. If Darius crazy in love with that kiddo, why should I complained about her? But there will be more story in this fantasy land. View all 5 comments. How did this sneak up on me?! I have been pining for this book! View all 3 comments.
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Aug 09, Meg booksandwinewithmeg. There was something about Reagan that I just fell in love with. She was so freaking funny! Or maybe the fact that she was so damn honest! What do you think I am, subtle? Reagan is definitely one of my favorite fictional characters. I liked that we got away from some of the other characters and got to focus more on Reagan and Darius. I was so flipping excited. My appearance is the first line of defense. Number two, I got this. Jul 28, Julie rated it it was ok. Ehhh So I was very excited to get this book.
Then I read it and I was very let down by it. I frankly found all the running around the underworld dull and kinda boring. Then it was over and I was left feeling unsatisfied. There better be more bc it can't end there. There were some funny moments and witty one liners to break up the action. But for me it wasn't enough. I just wanted the book to be over. Here's to hoping there will be future books with the same magic of the fir Ehhh So I was very excited to get this book. Here's to hoping there will be future books with the same magic of the first two in this trilogy.
Still a great book, but slightly disappointing. The story is mainly about Reagan and Darius entering the underworld to make sure that the demons don't find out about her existence. Darius doesn't quite shine here and sort of takes a back seat in this 3rd book.
I was looking forward to a different plot and storyline. Maybe something about the other vampire that Reagan had a short relationship with. Anyways, all I can hope for is another book about Reagan and Darius. Things just feel a bit unfinished. Apr 10, Tina rated it it was ok. I did not particularly enjoy the end of this trilogy. Lots of fighting then your at the end. So, yeah, just 2 tiny stars. Mar 19, JadeShea rated it really liked it Shelves: Reagan and Darius are getting closer now, and things are getting complicated.
When they realize that the demons might be aware of her, she knows there is only one option she must do. But, that will involve having Darius closer than she ever imagined. These two must work together in order to keep her secret safe. But will they succeed? This book was really very good, and it would have been five starts if it had actually really concluded things.
I know there is a spin off with these characters hav Reagan and Darius are getting closer now, and things are getting complicated. I know there is a spin off with these characters having a part in it as well, but I feel like this just wasn't finished. And we technically never really figure out exactly what she is.
Other than that, I loved the action and adventure in this one, and of course, the romance as well. I do look forward to seeing these characters again. Aug 14, Holly rated it really liked it Shelves: Fused in Fire picks up right where book two, Raised in Fire, leaves off.
I would definitely recommend reading the trilogy in order. The action and the romance both pick up in this book. I really like Reagan with Darius. For all her talk of not wanting to give in to him, they make a pretty good couple. Unlike the previous two books, this one moved pretty quickly. I didn't feel like it was slogged down with a bunch of unnecessary stuff. Reagan drives me crazy half the time. I'm sorry the trilogy has ended. A note from the author suggests the series will continue to follow other characters and I can't wait.
Aug 12, Christina rated it really liked it. This book was not what I was expecting. Yes, it has all the elements one would expect from K. Breene, but not the ending I was expecting. That being said I enjoyed the book immensely. Teagan and Darius are not perfect and their struggles have been real and that makes their love that much more believable. Their journey in this book was fun, action packed, and included my favorite mythical flying beast! If Loved this Series! If this is your first K. Breene book, don't let it be your last!!
I am excited to see what more comes off this world that she has created. Jul 31, T00zday rated it really liked it Shelves: I might have to bump this one up to five stars. I've read it twice since it came out three days ago. This is not just a trilogy. This is the start of a series.
I don't know which direction Breene will take the next book but these first three are entirely about Reagan. Peripheral characters are vivid and fully capable of supporting a story on their own in my opinion. Book 1 is finding out who she actually is and explaining her power.
Book 2 is her fight to I might have to bump this one up to five stars. Reagan makes a huge stride in the use of her powers. This series is fantastic. I SO enjoy K. No cliffhanger, but she promises more to come. Definitely absolutely check this trilogy out. Aug 23, Rhonda Rampersad rated it it was amazing Shelves: I'll recommend this trilogy simply because the MCs aren't totally indestructible. Feb 19, Melissa rated it liked it. Well, I have to say that overall, this was an entertaining series.
I liked that K. I rated this book three stars because it marks the end of the series, yet it leaves so much of the story open. I felt like there were too many loose ends and suggested future happenings to have been the final book. Aug 15, A little birdie told me It was good, but parts of the story in the underworld were a bit drawn out. I liked the way the story ended, sure, but the fact that it wasn't as tidy as I wanted because the author is leading into another series, and not even a series about the part of the story I need to hear?
Darius is becoming more and more dependent on Reagan in this latest book in the Fire and Ice Trilogy. Reagan, though she will never admit it, feels the same about him.