Hola, Book Dragons! Saturday night what are you upto? I’m in bed binge-rewatching one of my favorite Kdramas, While You Were Sleeping. I had my booster shot today and the anxiety kind of had me doing pretty much nothing productive today. On my way to the vaccine clinic, I was checking out my Instagram when I came across Cynthia Eden’s post about a new book.
At first, I thought it was a whole new paranormal story – I love her paranormal stories – but it’s actually a reprint of the first book in her Phoenix Fire series, Burn For Me. Looks like the series has been renamed, Phoenix Fury. I’m a bit disappointed it’s not a new series but I love the new cover and I previously loved her Phoenix series a lot so I’m curious to find if there are any changes in the reprints.
Do you believe in monsters? You should, they walk among humans every single day. Reporter Eve Bradley has known the truth about paranormals for a while, and her latest story has taken her inside the mysterious Genesis facility. It’s at Genesis that Eve first meets Subject Thirteen, Cain O’Connor. Big, gorgeous, and truly, truly HOT.
Cain is a phoenix shifter. Every time that he dies, he rises from the ashes…stronger, deadlier, and another step closer to losing his control. And what happens when a phoenix loses control? Welcome to hell on Earth.
Cain feels an instant connection with Eve, a woman who swears she wants to help him. The attraction between them burns hotter than his flames, and soon, Eve is the only link to sanity that Cain has as the world turns to fire around him.
Eve isn’t human, despite the cover she’s used for years, and she is more than capable of withstanding a little heat. But as their enemies plot to trap them, Eve and Cain will be forced to trust each other completely. Be forced to surrender to a desire that cannot be controlled, and soon, if they are not careful, it’s a desire that might just have the power to destroy them both.
If you want something too badly, if you want someone too much…you will never even see the fire coming, not until it’s too late. Be careful. You don’t want to get burned…
What about you guys, any reprints of old favorites?