'Lord of Fire (Wytchfae Book 5)' by Flossie Benton Rogers

Lord of Fire (Wytchfae Book 5) by [Flossie Benton Rogers]

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When The Hawk meets his Wytchfae, the result is spontaneous combustion.

Garnet McAnna chases the demon responsible for enslaving innocent fae familiars. She never expected to run headlong into a mesmerizing stranger known as The Hawk.

Exiled from an elite warrior's brigade, Lord of Fire Gabriel Hawk guards his heart and his solitude. He wants nothing to do with the world of men or the realm of fae. Then a fiery Wytchfae bursts into his life, stirring desire and sparking need. Will darkness conquer this couple or will love burn their souls into one?


This book was well-written; grammar and punctuation were not an issue. The story felt light and superficial, almost fairytale-like; it didn't upset me when Hawk was struck down and could have been dead during Garnet's kidnapping, yet some language and intimate moments marked it not for children. I was surprised to find people turning into animals. I enjoyed the time travel and multi-dimensions. I read the book in one sitting; the story flowed, quick and easy entertainment.

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