Review: Born Into Fire by KyAnn Waters & Tarah Scott

Born Into Fire by KyAnn Waters & Tarah Scott
Release Date:  December 22, 2012
Publisher:  The Wild Rose Press, Inc.
Pages:  164
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

Ryalda, the Element heroes of old, leak from the void and bring with them beauty, desire…and destruction.

Ryalda–the Element heroes of old–leak from the dark void of nothingness, Ghen, and bring with them beauty, desire…and destruction.

Air Element, Erion aches to feel the heat of Kenna’s emerging fire.  However, merging his wind with the woman on the cusp of transformation comes with great risk.  A risk he’s unwilling to take.  But with a male Fire Element intent on enslaving Kenna, Erion reconsiders his vow.  To protect her, they must merge, but he will not bond his wind with her fire.

Aspiring glassblower, Kenna Lang finally has a showing that could launch her career—with Drakaura, blown glass replicas of the dragons of her dreams.  A chance meeting with Erion ignites an attraction hotter than the furnace used to blow glass.  Drawn into an erotic joining, Kenna is born into fire.  Now her world is going up in flames.

Merged as Air and Fire, their power is unimaginable.  However, both are unprepared for the emotions awakened by their joining and the timeless battle waged against them. Only together can they defeat their enemies, both Element and Dragon, and escape the darkness of Ghen.


Review: Born into Fire by KyAnn Waters and Tarah Scott is not part of a series but I sure would love to see more books about the characters seen in this book.  It sparks my imagination.  I have always loved reading about dragons.

Kenna is a glassblower who has been creating Dragons for here first show.  She is a strong and witty character.  She had no idea about Dragons, Elemonts, or her powers until Erion come into her life.  Kenna is in grave danger because Aiden wants to enslave her.  Kenna is a fire element which is understandable because of her career.

Erion is head over heels in love with Kenna.  He is an air element, which commands the wind.  While he has some issues about them merging elements he wants to protect her.  But when Kenna needs him most he leaves her alone and confused.

The chemistry between Erion and Kenna is so hot they burn up the pages.  They don’t even bother fighting the attraction.  They go right after each other.  The sex scenes were blistering hot.  Erion and Kenna are made for each other and it’s easy to see that.

I would have loved if the book was longer than it was and more flushed out.  The author seemed to rush at times through the story but that could be due to the two authors merging styles to tell this tale.  Overall, this was a wonderful story.  I hope to read more by these authors.


Melissa sig