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Fire Dance (Fire Wars #3) by Kailin Gow
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Fire Dance (Fire Wars #3)

by Kailin Gow

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Fire Dance is the third book in the Fire Wars series. The series has a dystopian feel combined with mythology. The story picks up in the middle of an epic battle between the water gods and fire gods. Chance (aka Mars), is a fire god, and Varun (aka Neptune) is a water god. Mac, also known as Vesta, is caught up in the middle of a love triangle between the three. Though she is in love with Chance, she is still drawn to Varun. Despite their differences they must decide if they can work together for the greater good of both worlds to defeat the evil that threatens to destroy them all.

This was a very fast paced book and I found the dystopian feel mixed with the mythological factor in this series to be very intriguing. Mac finally comes into her full embodiment as Vesta. The love triangle continues, and though she knows she loves Chance, she is still drawn to Varun, and desperately needs resolution, even causing Zeus to step in. Mac/Vesta is going to have to make a choice between Chance and Varun, and she needs to do it soon. There is plenty of romance in this book, but there is even more of a focus on action and fighting as well, which keeps you on your toes. If you are a fan of mythology with some dystopia mixed it, then this is a series you might want to check out. ( )
  alwaysyaatheart | Oct 1, 2012 |
Kailin Gow does it again! Fire Dance escalates the Fire Wars series into a faster-moving and heart-pounding ride. This third installment to the dystopian fantasy series brings more action, more knowledge about the god and goddess embodiments, and more tough decisions. Before, with every step of progress Mac made to learn more about her past life as Vesta it seemed that she'd take two steps back, fighting for her life. As the war against Abzu rages, Mac must choose which powers to finally embrace, Fire or Water, or risk losing the battle altogether.

Kailin gives readers what they've been looking for. Answers. Granted, not all questions are answered, but Vesta emerges in Mac and bigger pieces of their past are brought to the surface. Vesta's appearance really shakes up the plot and shows that the future of the series can go in any direction. The biggest change comes in Mac. She may have the goddess' powers and memories, but she becomes a leader all on her own. When she's backed against a corner, she doesn't despair or plan a pity party. Instead, she takes charge and inspires others to join in the fight against evil.

Fire Dance almost seems like the beginning to a whole new journey. Mac will still have to protect the world from the wayward water embodiments and her love for both Varun and Chance remains strong, but the ending plot twist completely changes the game. The surprises in store will not disappoint Fire Wars fans, but make them eager for the next installment!

Originally posted on Lovey Dovey Books
*ebook provided by author in exchange for an honest review and blog tour purposes* ( )
  LoveyDoveyBooks | Sep 28, 2012 |
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