Burned by Fire (Blood & Magic, #3)

Burned by Fire (Blood & Magic, #3)


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Genres: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Vampires

Language: English

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Burned by Fire (Blood & Magic, book 3)
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When you ask yourself, “What else can go wrong?” The answer is everything.

Aria’s pyrokinetic abilities have always been hard to control, and being pulled in so many directions isn’t making things any easier. Now she has to help Inarus, a foe turned friend who is being targeted by the Human Alliance Corporation—the very organization he once worked for.

But the HAC has more than just Inarus in their sights. Aria finds herself going deep into enemy territory to save a witchling child with never before seen powers that the HAC has kidnapped to further their own ends.

Aria has been hired to save a child once before, and she failed. That failure has haunted her even to this day and she won’t let herself fail again. With the HAC closing in, and complications between herself and the Pack rising, Aria has no choice but to succeed. A child’s life is on the line and Aria will risk everything to save that life but in the end, will all of her efforts be enough?

Reader Reviews
  •    Kezuru Aichenger
    Burned by Fire is book 3 in the Blood and Magic series by Danielle Annett

    Aria has pyrokientic abilities that are getting stronger and more difficult to control. On a mission from the Witches to save another child from the HAC with the help of Inarus and the pack.

    It’s not only Inarus that the HAC are interested in now, the child has unseen before powers that they want and Aria refuses to let them have. With tension mounting in the pack, Aria must succeed.

    Declan has mated with Aria but she is fighting the bond that holds them together, with other pack members taking a dislike to Aria, it’s not helping Declan’s cause to make Aria see her true feelings, and this stress is making Aria’s powers become more difficult to control.

    Danielle Annett has got a wonderful book her full of passion, anger and tension, I love it! having not read the other two books first I could still follow the story but wish I had read them first to get the whole picture. I love that Aria is a strong female character that can hold her own and has the fear of people around her that she has earned. I like her relationship with Inarus, the tension that you know is a new-found friendship but works for both mutually. I like Declan’s character, feel he is strong and powerful and I feel him and Aria will work if she gives him a chance. As soon as I read the last words, I had to read the next book, I need to know what happens next, so if you hate cliff-hangers this is not the book for you. It ended with a gasp, did like this book, I think I will now go read book one and two and pray that four comes out soon. Defiantly worth 5 stars!

  •    Musho Klymyshyn
    Burned by Fire by Danielle Annett a firelit five-star read. This is the third book in the Blood and Magic series, it tells the story of psyker Aria Naveed, a complicated girl with pyrotechnic ability’s, and some very complicated relationships, some complicated as they don’t know the true extent of her abilities like her friend Melody who is also a Harpy, some complicated as they don’t know the extent she is linked to another like her fellow psyker friend/colleague/one time kissing buddy Inarus, and some complicated as she won’t open her heart to what she is feeling her mate Declan Valkenaar. Most of all though is the complicated relationship with her mother who is Viola Reynolds the head of the Human Alliance Corporation (HAC).
    In the previous books lots happened that led them to the point they are now, Inarus helped Aria by saving several shifter children, and Declan saved her life by mate claiming her to prevent her dying as she was about to die, both events have led to events that unfold in this book. Inarus needs her help now as he used to work for HAC but he turned his back on them to help Aria save the children and now they are trying to kill him, he turns up on her doorstep battered and bloody. Causing even more complications for Aria. As he now has no job or home, and people wanting to kill him, and she feels kind of responsible.
    Adding more complications to the mix is a visit from the Evergreen Witches spokesperson Olivia Fields, people who never ask for help, asking for help from Aria to save a witchling child. Aria will need all the help that she can muster and there is a reason the witches asked Aria for help, they want special help that only she can access, due to her complicated relationships. Maybe she will start to get some benefits out of these relationships. Aria knows she will do anything to save this child, she wasn’t successful once before and failed to save a child, something no matter how many she saves or what she does she can’t forgive herself for.
    This is an amazing third book in the series and I for one can’t wait to read book four and see what happens to Aria next.

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