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Tempted by Fire by Erin Kellison

Tempted by Fire

by Erin Kellison

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1. Erin Kellison, Tempted by Fire, Dragons of Bloodfire Book 1
• Thane Ryce Ealdian lost his wife and son six hundred years ago and has been searching for their killer ever since. Emerson Clark grew up jumping from home to home as a ward of the state. She’s discovered as Bloodkin while applying for school and got a free ride and an embarrassingly lavish job upon graduation. She’s requested as mediator to negotiate the Bloodkin claim on the remains when Thanes’ lost family is discovered by Dr. Buckley the head archaeological expert in the Kingman Hills project. The only problem is Emerson doesn’t believe in dragon shifters and is ready to quit. She’s thrown into a world of epic danger, sizzling romance, lies and manipulation. Can she find a way out? A must read for all who love paranormal romance. I can’t wait for the next installment to come out! Purchased through Amazon and did not receive any monetary gain for this honest review.
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  Stephanie.L.Herman | May 4, 2016 |
Dragon shifter Thane Ealdian has been searching for his wife and child for many centuries and now he hears the Night Song and feels his final shift is near. But then the remains of a woman in mid-shift and an infant are discovered in an archeological dig, and now revenge is the only thing on his mind. Then Emerson Clark enters his isolated life and turns it upside down. Emerson is responsible for mediating the claim of the remains between Thane and his rivals the Heolstors. Thane is adamant that they are the murderers but Emerson is not fully convinced of that.

But as Thane and Emerson dig deeper into the circumstance surrounding the end of his family, the truth about betrayal and family come to light, for both of them. In fact Emerson just might be the one to save Thane from a painful destiny.

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  Ash_P | Mar 8, 2016 |
For six hundred years Thane Ealdian, a dragon shifter had waited to avenge his murder wife and son, with the latest dig discovery he was just days from was implicated and he wouldn't stop at anything to exact his revenge! How giving his family their proper rest. A clue resurfaced that his old adversary could anyone kill an infant? The Assembly, that governed the affairs of the supernatural wanted to send a mediator to tell him that the bones of Careen and Ric were truly his, something he knew full well, but the Helostor clan claimed the bones as well, but no matter what this Emerson Clark said he would eat him when he came to his home!

Orphaned at seven, Emerson Clark was passed around until she ended up with the state taken her in. As she grew, she learned to become independent and to never trust anyone. When she applied for tuition, she check dragon as her shifter although she knew dragons weren't real, but what did that say about her foster brother claim to be a wolf shifter? Nearly a year into working for the institute that payed her tuition, she was still friendless as every one there gave her a wide berth except her boss. One more week and she planned to quit and take back control of her life, even though that meant her apartment and car would be gone. She was tired of them in control all the time! Then she was assigned to mediate a dispute with the Kingman Hills project.........

Book one, spins a naive Emerson Clark who denied her inner dragon until it was almost too late. At her office, a man told her to say the bones were the Heolstor's or she would die and never say anything about his message, them he shot himself and spattered blood and brains all over her office! Erin spins a great story as the first of the Dragons of Bloodfire and can't wait to read books two and three! ( )
  Linda.Bass | Jul 26, 2015 |
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