Sunday, October 30, 2016

Nico's Fire by Sui Lynn

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Date published: second edition June 6, 2014
ISBN: 9781627983778
Reviewed by Gabrielle (
Obtained via publisher

Rating: 3 Hearts


Once again there is evil hiding and attacking those that they see as unfit and those that are not human. Jude is being hunted and constantly attacked. This last time may be the last for him if he cannot find safety. Jude can only hope that his companions have somehow managed to escape his fate but there is hope. A man who comes out of nowhere only to find Jude. Could Nico be an ally or is he another of the things sent to kill Jude? Fate has given Jude just what he needs in Nico but can the two find a way to fight the evil intent on removing Jude from the picture?

This second book brings readers back to the world where government has been abandoned and the church has risen in power. Those that are different, especially those deemed a maker and those that are supernatural have much to fear. Yet changes are happening in the church but there are those that do not like it and want to exterminate all that they see as not human. This is the story of Judas and Nico. I enjoyed meeting Judas and am glad he got his story told. Judas is going through a lot and he must try to believe in himself and understand that he is special not evil. Watching him find his way was a nice read. Nico is a good man and I enjoyed seeing him and his friends rally together to help Judas and his friends. Not only did we get a sweet romance but we also got to meet some intriguing supernatural beings and of course visit with a few gargoyles from the first book. Trust and love are rare and Jude finds out just how precious they are. His story moves at a good pace and has a nice balance of action and romance. The author does a nice job of showing Jude and Nico’s emotions and actions. You are pulled in to this world right from the start and I am eagerly waiting to see just what will happen next in this world.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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