Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The Little Flame Series Book Review

Nine30A

Nine30

They say home is where the heart is, but if that’s true, then I’m lost because I have no clue where my heart is, anymore. I thought I knew—until I met Maximillian. I was on my way out of the Capital City before the local vampires could catch on to me and let’s just say if that happened then this club dancer would be facing her expiration date. And that’s when the famous DJ blew into town—and into my head and heart. He turned all my plans upside down with his sick friend and his electric blue eyes, damn it. I should have cut bait and run for my life, but I couldn’t abandon someone I could heal—even if it meant the vampires might catch up with me. Besides, Maximillian smelled familiar, like deep forest and pine needles baked in the sun mixed with that chilly snap of running water and the
coolness of twilight. Those things have a smell that adds up to a dream. You can get lost in that kind of dream. It can fill your mind with ideas and notions you have no business thinking or feeling. Dreams like that make it easy to forget the danger you’re in.

                                                                                 4/5
So Fia is a dancer who is hiding from something. She is also hiding something. Something that she needs to use vampires for. When they are together she gets this energy that she desperately needs to survive. But now she needs more. Saving someone's life drained her and now she is hoping she can make it to her next stop. 
So this is a very short story. It's kind of confusing about what's going on. Fia is not sure what she is or who to trust. She trust max but she doesn't know why. Now there are vampires that she needs to deal with. I am looking forward to figuring things out in the next books.

ElectricElectric

Between incubi, humate dealing trolls, and a vampire who sends all my circuits into overload, I’m going to be lucky if I get out of this town in one piece. They call it the city of brotherly love, but those are not the words that come to mind when I roll into town as part of the Maximillian crew. Feuding brothers is more like it. And isn't it always the way--when I finally have one patient healed, now I've got another one on my hands. And I’m all out of healing energy. That means I need to bag a much bigger catch and figure out what’s wrong with my sick fae, all while trying to worm my way out of the middle of a troll-vampire feud. Someone's going to die tonight and I hope like hell its not me.

StarLandStarLand

Sex slaves, insatiable masters, and curse wielding gypsies are just a few of the disturbing things growing in the Garden State. In the midst of all that, I’ve got to figure out what’s ailing Lelani—a stage name if I’ve ever heard one—before one particularly nasty vampire catches up with me. What was I thinking hooking up with a DJ and his crew when my demons could literally get us all killed? Duh, I wasn’t. Max’s musical magnetism overrode my common sense and this dangerous game could cost me my freedom. Sometimes, even I doubt my sanity. Little Flame Series Buy Links Amazon Nine30 http://amzn.to/S2l0a2 FREE Electric http://amzn.to/QVgIAa StarLand http://amzn.to/1ixdX32 Smashwords Nine30 http://bit.ly/1ilJ5Dk FREE Electric http://bit.ly/QGq1UL StarLand http://bit.ly/1kdP8bG iBooks Nine30 http://bit.ly/1grmup4 FREE Electric http://bit.ly/1vY1E52 StarLand http://bit.ly/1kzTlaE Barnes and Noble Nine30 http://bit.ly/1k4zdZN FREE Electric http://bit.ly/1jImhgx StarLand http://bit.ly/1nlNNUK

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The Big Apple is the next stop on the Maximillian Dubstep tour, and I’m about to bite off more than I can chew. A new friend is asking for the kind of help I’m not sure I can give. Saving his dying son is going to cost me, but I’d do it in a heartbeat if my life were the only price. But, I’m about to learn that there are worse things than dying. Falling in love, for one. I've faced blood, pain, and even excruciating loneliness, but nothing has prepared me for the choices I’m about to make. Death? Pfft. Child’s play. Love is a far scarier thing.

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melissaAbout the Author Melissa Lummis considers herself a truth seeker, a peaceful warrior, a paranormal and fantasy writer, an avid reader, a thru-hiker GA?ME ’98, a Penn Stater, a wife, a mother, and a free thinker. She believes the universe conspires to help an adventurer. And if we live our lives as if it is a daring adventure (and it is!), then everything we need will find its way to us. Her books have been described as new age suspense in a fantasy setting, but they are also straight up, steamy Paranormal Romance. The Love and Light Series is currently available at most ebook retailers, as well as the Little Flame Series, a spin off focusing on the character Fiamette from the Love and Light world. She lives in rural Virginia with her husband, two children, an Alaskan Malamute, and a myriad of forest creatures. The nature of her mind dictates that she write to stay sane. Otherwise, her fertile imagination takes off on tangents of its own accord, creating scenarios and worlds that confuse the space-time continuum. Namaste, dear friends. I consider myself a truth seeker, a peaceful warrior, an avid reader, a thru-hiker GA?ME ’98, a Penn Stater, a wife, a mother, and a free thinker. I believe the universe conspires to help an adventurer. And if we live our lives as if it is a daring adventure (and it is!), then everything we need will find its way to us. My books have been described as new age suspense in a fantasy setting, but they are also straight up Paranormal Romance. I live in rural Virginia with my husband, two children, an Alaskan Malamute, and a myriad of forest creatures. The nature of my mind dictates that I write to stay sane. Otherwise, my fertile imagination takes off on tangents of its own accord, creating scenarios and worlds that confuse the space-time continuum. Namaste, dear friends. Follow Melissa: FaceBook | Twitter | Literary Addicts | Goodreads

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