REVIEW: Playing With Fire by Cynthia Eden

Posted September 2nd, 2014 by in Blog, HJ Recommends, Paranormal Romance, Review / 1 comment

Playing With Fire (Phoenix Fire #3) by Cynthia Eden: Nothing burns hotter that the life-giving flames of the phoenix. Dante, aka the Immortal, lives in a world overflowing with betrayal, death and fire. With each rising he awakens PWFconfused; with only foggy memories and an unrelenting craving for the mysterious Cassie.

“She felt like the best dream he’d ever had.
And her voice…sex and pleasure…temptation. Lust.
Her voice drove him on as she whispered his name.”

Cassie is no stranger to tough choices. Her entire life has been spent trying to undo the atrocities created by her father. Having been both a witness and an unwilling recipient of her father’s cruelty she refuses to allow anyone else to be victimized by the Genesis group. Especially, the man she has been in love with since she was child – too bad he cannot even seem to remember her name.

“She’d never been able to forget his kiss. He’d been the first man that she ever kissed. The first to make her feel like she belonged to someone. A someone who sometimes seemed to hate her.”

Cynthia Eden has written another scorcher. Dante and Cassie’s passion burns up the pages in “Playing with Fire.” Not sure where the Phoenix Fire series is headed, but I truly believe it will continue to feed my addiction for dangerously handsome and alluring man. Hopefully, she will provide us anxious reader with a story about Trace, Vaughn, or yet an unknown sexy male.

Book Info:

04.5SPublished August 26th 2014 by Brava | (Phoenix Fire #3)

An Old Flame

Cassie Armstrong has plenty to atone for. The daughter of the most immoral researcher ever to pick up a scalpel, she’s determined to use her own brilliance in genetics to repair the damage her family has done to the paranormals. Especially Dante, the first of the phoenixes, the one they call the Immortal. He’s been haunting her dreams since she was a little girl, and she’s been trying to ease his pain for almost as long. If only he remembered any of it. . .

Dante doesn’t know what Cassie’s story is. He almost doesn’t care. The minute he sees her, all he can think is mine. But there’s more to the pretty little doctor than meets the eye. And Dante isn’t the only one to notice. He can’t trust her, but he can’t stay away–and if he wants to learn her secrets, he’s going to have to fight like hell to keep them both alive. . .



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