Sunday, December 22, 2013

Review -- Dancing in the Flame by Ann Gimpel

Title: Dancing in the Flame

Author: Ann Gimpel
Genre: Erotica, Paranormal
Length: ebook, 60 pages
Published April 22nd 2013 by Liquid Silver Books more details...
ISBN: 9781931761918

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

About the book:
Life in a were bordello is all Keira has ever known. Because of her mixed blood, none of the magicians’ guilds want her, or protested when the Weres bound her as an indentured hooker. Mired in the hopelessness of her dreams, Keira longs for more.

Barrett, one of the Daoine Sidhe, runs a magician supply shop in what’s left of Seattle. No one is more surprised than he when th
...moreLife in a were bordello is all Keira has ever known. Because of her mixed blood, none of the magicians’ guilds want her, or protested when the Weres bound her as an indentured hooker. Mired in the hopelessness of her dreams, Keira longs for more.

Barrett, one of the Daoine Sidhe, runs a magician supply shop in what’s left of Seattle. No one is more surprised than he when the Sidhe leader commands him to extricate Keira from the weres.

Magic and intrigue throw Keira and Barrett into one another’s arms. Convinced they have a job to do, they struggle against the heat of the passion between them. Until it gets way too hot to handle.


For a short story this was an amazingly detailed and intriguing story. I love the world the author created and the magic and mixed with the coarse almost vulgar setting made for a captivating read. Barrett was a fantastic hero and the attraction between the two lead characters was as enchanting as the scenario they found themselves in. Keira is amazingly strong and yet a complete victim I don't think I would have blamed her one bit if she had a breakdown yet instead she worked her butt off and just did what had to be done to survive. Her fairy friend added a delightful aspect to the story and kept me smiling, I'd love to see Renn get her very own adventure. I'm looking forward to reading more about this world and all the fascinating inhabitants.



1 comment:

Ann Gimpel said...

Thanks so much for your review, Venus! I'm glad you enjoyed Keira and Barrett's story and the world they live in.