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Blood and Fire by R. Brennan
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Blood and Fire

by R. Brennan

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Well this was different, and actually a little refreshing considering the genre. This short story made me think of the Twilight Zone with a dark erotic twist. Remember those short episodes, and you didn’t know if the main character was going to have a happy ending or suffer some horrific consequence? This story had that feel to it. And then there’s the climax of the story when the “veil” falls away – the scene made me think of two of my favorite fantasy artists. In particular these two paintings: Boris Vallejo and Luis Royo.

This is definitely not something for the faint of heart, but I enjoyed it a lot. Miss Brennan has a wicked mind!

I’ve read one other short story by this author – Faith’s Gift. It can be found in the [b:Vanilla-Free Christmas|16134315|Vanilla-Free Christmas|Doris O'Connor|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1352266223s/16134315.jpg|21961586] Anthology. You can read my review here. It’s Story #8.

Disclaimer: I received a review copy from the author. A review in exchange was not promised. ( )
  MsRomanticReads | Apr 12, 2013 |
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