By Claire Davon
All her life, a faint memory of her parents and fire has glowed at the back of Rachel Quinn’s mind. With her parents long dead, there is no one to clarify what it means.
When a gorgeous winged man rescues her from a pack of werewolves, something flares to life inside Rachel. Suddenly she can see the paranormal world around her, a world unseen by mortals. And far more complicated.
When Phoenix’s massive orange-and-red wings erupt from his back, he knows his Challenge-an age-old battle against his Demonos counterpart-is upon him. Heeding Rachel’s cry for help adds a layer of complexity never seen in any previous Challenge.
Rachel, they discover, isn’t entirely human. Like Phoenix, she commands fire. Fire calls to fire, and soon they are succumbing to a fierce attraction. As the Challenge bears down on them, though, Phoenix must discover what the Demonos has in store for mankind. If he doesn’t succeed, the entire world will be swallowed up in darkness-and Rachel along with it.
Warning: When the mortal and the Elemental worlds collide, the resulting smoke could cause heart palpitations, teary eyes, and a sudden need to fan yourself. Keep a cooler of cold drinks handy.
Fire Danger starts with a women in trouble and somehow she is able to mentally call for help.
Quote: “Fire calls to fire.”
Rachel is a woman that lives a somewhat lonely life that finds out that she is more than what she thinks she is. Phoenix is an elemental that commands fire who hears a call for help from Rachel that he can’t ignore. There are also werewolves, vampires and other paranormals that are integrated into the story.
Each Elemental has their own Challenge to face and the fate of the human race is in their hands. Wars and plagues have started because of their failures and the Demonos want another World War. But there is a wild card in Phoenix’s Challenge and that wild card is Rachel. She really brings back his humanity, something he thought he had lost a long time ago.
I really enjoyed this book in the way the way that all the paranormals were covered. I also really liked these characters interactions. Phoenix felt that he should let Rachel go but he just can’t. And I really thought that the book had a good ending.
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