/ Book Review / Blaze (The Dark in You #2) / Suzanne Wright / – Beckie Bookworm

BOOK REVIEW

Release Date-September 1st 2016
Genre-Paranormal Romance
Kindle Edition-368 pages

Defeat the enemy. Win the boy. Live happily ever after. But life “ever after” isn’t as easy as it used to be. Harper’s gone from being a member of a small demon lair to co-Prime of one of the most powerful lairs in the US with a mate who, though hot as hell, is just a mite overprotective – I mean, you get kidnapped by dark practitioners just once …

Then one of Knox’s demons goes rogue, and in his madness decides Knox Thorne must die. Harper’s worried. Knox isn’t – at least until he discovers his mate’s willingness to get between him and danger.

Now, Knox has a new priority: Keep Harper safe …no matter what it takes. But Harper begins to suspect there’s more danger than one rogue demon. It seems the combined strength of Harper and Knox has upset the balance of power in the demon world and there are those who are determined to right that wrong. Because when you move up the food chain, sometimes the other predators just want to take a bigger bite

MY REVIEW
Blaze by Suzanne Wright
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This second book in the series again focuses on Harper and Knox and in this instalment we have a demon on the edge of going rogue and he’s fixated on taking Knox and Harper down however he can. He wrongly believes that they will have a child together with the capability and potential to annihilate the world. But this demon is himself a tool for others dark agendas and the ultimate goal here is to take Harper out which in turn will hopefully weaken Knox’s control. Knox will stop at nothing to protect his mate and nobody targets her without suffering his and his demons wrath. This was again action-packed throughout and choked full of sexy antics. The chemistry between these two anchors and mates is off the charts and sets the pages alight with its intensity. Knox is his full-on dominant self both in and out of the bedroom especially when it comes down to Harper’s safety and Harper herself shows her teeth here and bites back somewhat much to Knox and his demons dismay, her antics threating his iron-clad control. One thing that did bother me slightly and I did notice this as well in the first book was that I wasn’t a fan of the constant former and wannabe bed-buddies that kept rearing there heads. Though I have to say Knox himself is completely steadfast and loyal when it comes to Harper and that I did like I was just sick of seeing her constantly have her nose rubbed in it and would have liked her to catch a break. Though I must say I did chuckle at all the turtle references and the bestiality insinuations that Harper threw Knox’s way, highly amusing. Also totally loving ole Lou and hoping we get to see more of him he was fantastically weird and random. I also thought that there were times that Harper could have let Knox stand up for her and it wouldn’t have affected her position really, at times she could be too single-minded about going it alone.

I am interested in seeing where this is going and also unmasking the identities of the other horsemen.

/ Book Review / Blaze (The Dark in You #2) / Suzanne Wright / – Beckie Bookworm

BOOK REVIEW

Release Date-September 1st 2016
Genre-Paranormal Romance
Kindle Edition-368 pages

Defeat the enemy. Win the boy. Live happily ever after. But life “ever after” isn’t as easy as it used to be. Harper’s gone from being a member of a small demon lair to co-Prime of one of the most powerful lairs in the US with a mate who, though hot as hell, is just a mite overprotective – I mean, you get kidnapped by dark practitioners just once …

Then one of Knox’s demons goes rogue, and in his madness decides Knox Thorne must die. Harper’s worried. Knox isn’t – at least until he discovers his mate’s willingness to get between him and danger.

Now, Knox has a new priority: Keep Harper safe …no matter what it takes. But Harper begins to suspect there’s more danger than one rogue demon. It seems the combined strength of Harper and Knox has upset the balance of power in the demon world and there are those who are determined to right that wrong. Because when you move up the food chain, sometimes the other predators just want to take a bigger bite

MY REVIEW
Blaze by Suzanne Wright
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This second book in the series again focuses on Harper and Knox and in this instalment we have a demon on the edge of going rogue and he’s fixated on taking Knox and Harper down however he can. He wrongly believes that they will have a child together with the capability and potential to annihilate the world. But this demon is himself a tool for others dark agendas and the ultimate goal here is to take Harper out which in turn will hopefully weaken Knox’s control. Knox will stop at nothing to protect his mate and nobody targets her without suffering his and his demons wrath. This was again action-packed throughout and choked full of sexy antics. The chemistry between these two anchors and mates is off the charts and sets the pages alight with its intensity. Knox is his full-on dominant self both in and out of the bedroom especially when it comes down to Harper’s safety and Harper herself shows her teeth here and bites back somewhat much to Knox and his demons dismay, her antics threating his iron-clad control. One thing that did bother me slightly and I did notice this as well in the first book was that I wasn’t a fan of the constant former and wannabe bed-buddies that kept rearing there heads. Though I have to say Knox himself is completely steadfast and loyal when it comes to Harper and that I did like I was just sick of seeing her constantly have her nose rubbed in it and would have liked her to catch a break. Though I must say I did chuckle at all the turtle references and the bestiality insinuations that Harper threw Knox’s way, highly amusing. Also totally loving ole Lou and hoping we get to see more of him he was fantastically weird and random. I also thought that there were times that Harper could have let Knox stand up for her and it wouldn’t have affected her position really, at times she could be too single-minded about going it alone.

I am interested in seeing where this is going and also unmasking the identities of the other horsemen.