Wednesday, August 10, 2016

S.E.X. Review~ Rising from the Ashes by Storm and Walsh

Crystal, Colorado Fire Investigator Angelo Carbone loved his job and his friends, but ever since that fateful night when he was raped at the young age of seventeen, he has felt a piece of him missing. Until he meets his mate in a sexy as hell dragon shifter. 
Angelo’s visions help him do his job, but recently his visions seem to be lying to him. They are telling him that a man he knows to be dead is committing the new fire’s that plague Crystal. The confusion over what his visions are telling him causes Angelo great anguish when he also sees this supposed dead man harming a boy. 
Angelo has sworn that he will never allow another to be bullied or suffer as he had all those years ago, if he could stop it. 
When he and his new found mate, Morgan, run off into the night following one of Angelo’s visions, they never expected to find what they did, or to suddenly find themselves with a family. 
As the fires escalate, people get killed, and their new ward Manny goes missing, Angelo and Morgan must count on their friends to help them figure out this puzzle before Manny’s bully kills him. But a new foe in town brings back memories that Angelo wishes he could forget. These memories not only threaten his mating, but also his gift. 
Can Morgan save Angelo and Manny in time? Or will he lose them both to evil forces? 

The dragons and phoenix returned in Rising from the Ashes, Eternal Flames 2. The writing duo Cree Storm and Maggie Walsh delivered an entertaining, albeit slightly dark tale (subject matter) as Angelo and Morgan traversed the ups and downs of their mating and the sinister travesties relegating their city.

The storyline continued from book one, and Rising from the Ashes can be read as a standalone, but I would recommend reading them in order to get a better sense of the world Storm and Walsh created.

I enjoyed the authors portrayal of Angelo and Morgan~ likeable men with loving and caring natures. Friends, lovers, and family accentuated the details written into the story and I look forward to learning more about the characters and their personalities. The only downside to the book were the numerous editing errors, but a nice story nonetheless.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

Sexy and Sizzling
A four handcuff review

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