Review: Fire in His Eyes

Fire in His Eyes – Dragon Elementals Book One
by Stella and Audra Price

Alcyone Sterling, succubus and owner of Pinkys XXX has a secret admirer, who is leaving her exotic and rare flowers and jewelry beyond beautiful. She doesn’t know who it is, and gets even more curious after a clandestine liaison in her bedroom involving a few silk ties and a blindfold.

Char, Fire elemental and strongest of the last dragons left in the Eververse, is obsessed and in love with the young succubus, and recognizes her as his mate, regardless of her demon status. He has to have her, and will do anything to attain her. When the rest of what’s left of his dying race decided to interfere, Char is forced to made some very rash decisions, all in the name of love.

This story immediately jumped into the magical world in which it is set. It is a world that overlaps into the human world, although there weren’t any explanations on whether or not the human world was aware of and or participated in the dealings of the magical world.

Alcyone is a succubus, a sexual demon; therefore, by nature she enjoys sex of all types. How appropriate that she owns a strip club. Living in the succubus court, she is well used to mysterious lovers and one night stands in order to feed. What she is not used to is a dragon who sweeps her off her feet with almost no effort. Especially when she was under the impression dragons were extinct.

Char is THE dragon, a warrior dragon in a race that is nearly extinct if not fully, and he harbors quite a bit of guilt for his own part in his species’ trials. He, on the other hand, doesn’t feel at all that the seduction was effortless; he just knew she was meant to be his mate, something every dragon searches for but doesn’t always find. He has been watching Alcyone for years through her candle flames. He knows far more about her than she knows about him, and when he sets out to make her his, all bets are off. He overwhelms her with his seduction and gifts, although Alcyone isn’t putting up much of a fight. This dragon is yummy!

I loved watching how the two of them interacted with each other and with those around them. I especially enjoyed the secondary characters, who I am hoping will have their own stories soon. They deserve them. The people these two surrounded themselves with were an interesting and quirky bunch that reminded me of a nosy, but loving, family only interested in what is best for those they loved. As with all good stories, everyone has to overcome a few obstacles, some poignantly sad, others politically trying, in order to truly appreciate what they have been given and to reach a great Happily Ever After. All in all, despite some typographical errors, I would definitely recommend this story to lovers of love and especially of paranormal.

Review by Viscaria

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