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

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

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.