Review: Wicked Flames (Solsti Prophecy #3) by Sharon Kay

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Solsti Prophecy #3
Sharon Kay
Paranormal Romance - Urban Fantasy - Supernatural - Magic
July 3rd 2014
Bought part of Solsti Prophecy: Paranormal Romance Boxed Set


Gin Bonham lives with a dark secret. Born with an ability she never wanted, she builds her life around science and logic, running from the terror she is capable of causing. When sexy stranger Mathias spots her on a dance floor and cuts in, he leads Gin in a sensual rhythm that continues long after the music stops. But Mathias hides the fact that he knows exactly what she can do: in the deepest recesses of her mind lurks the power to manipulate fire. Destiny is coming for her and it doesn’t care if she’s ready or not. 

Mathias possesses tracking and espionage skills so extraordinary that his fellow Lash demons call him The Hunter. Pursue and interrogate. He never fails. When he is tasked with coaxing Gin to work with the Lash demons against a common enemy, he relishes the challenge. But meeting her awakens a new, primal drive that pulls him toward her even as his tactics break her heart. 

Failing to win Gin’s cooperation is not an option. But she is determined to flee, putting thousands of miles between her and any other supernatural creatures, including Mathias. Can she cool the charred embers of her emotions enough to forgive Mathias and embrace what she was meant to become? Or will her ability explode into something more than she can control?



~ 4 Wicked Flames Stars ~

Wicked Flames is book three in the Solsti Prophecy by Sharon Kay. This novel takes place right after Wicked Waves, so you do need to read in order.

The Lash demons are so darn sexy that you can’t help but fall in love with them. This novel is loaded with action that keeps the characters jumping from one moment to another. And when things weren’t so dire, we are treated to some super-steamy sex scenes that keep the heart racing.

Gin is the only sister that wants nothing to do with her powers. We do finally learn why this is. I was a little frustrated with her stubbornness and the blinders she puts on. She’s blind to think that she can’t get involved in what is happening with her sisters and the world. Her stubbornness to refuse to use, learn, and to see the necessity of her gift got to be frustrating at times.

Mathias on the other hand made it worth while. He is one sexy Lash demon and although he withheld early on, he quickly showed his ability to communicate honestly and from the heart. I was pleased to see that Mathias was incredibly patient and encouraging with Gin. I also felt his frustrations with her even though I could understand her fear.

We also get a surprise appearance with a Thief? Who could it be? And, we learn something about Raniero & Ashina. It was sweet how this played into the story.

I’m enjoying this series. It’s all adding up to one big event. If you like fast-paced stories with a touch of magic and paranormal then you should give this series a try.

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