Friendly Fire

Friendly Fire Though their love remains strong the pressure of constant danger has taken its toll on Alice and Daniel s relationship Paralda s assassins continue their murder spree in New York City targeting girl

  • Title: Friendly Fire
  • Author: Lynn Seresin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Though their love remains strong, the pressure of constant danger has taken its toll on Alice and Daniel s relationship Paralda s assassins continue their murder spree in New York City, targeting girls who resemble Alice in an effort to fulfill the air king s deadly directive As if life wasn t complicated enough, the couple must also fiercely guard the secret of Alice sThough their love remains strong, the pressure of constant danger has taken its toll on Alice and Daniel s relationship Paralda s assassins continue their murder spree in New York City, targeting girls who resemble Alice in an effort to fulfill the air king s deadly directive As if life wasn t complicated enough, the couple must also fiercely guard the secret of Alice s emergent powers and true identity from everyone including their closest friends to protect her safety.Enter Ash and Terrance two former elementals, each with their own set of reasons for transmuting to the human plane For Ash, the material realm represents freedom and the possibility of fulfilling a forbidden wish Terrance has only one aim in the mortal world to win Alice s heart And it seems he ll stop at nothing to achieve his goal.

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    • When I read Lynn's novel Thin Air, the first book in this series, I was mesmerized by Lynn's poetic language and I was very glad to see more of it in Friendly Fire. Alice and Daniel's relationship has become rocky with the ever present threat that looms over her, and they find themselves facing more danger to stay together. This book made me dislike Daniel, a lot. I found myself no longer rooting for them and their relationship (but not rooting for the other leg of this love triangle either). Da [...]


    • I wasn’t really sure if I wanted to read this book or not but I remembered how much I loved my favourite character Dante and so I decided to read this one.It’s rather unfortunate to say but I didn’t particularly enjoy this one. I struggled to finish the book and I’m kind of glad I was travelling on a bus all day because it meant I could force myself to read the book. I finished it and I really wanted to like it, but I just couldn’t.The story has this really unique and interesting conce [...]


    • This book was a bit darker than the first one. The characters each had their own insecurities that needed to be worked out and some new players came onto the scene. I liked the simplistic life of the first book, Thin Air, a bit more- but nothing can stay easy forever, right? Friendly Fire picks up a little bit after the end of Thin Air. Alice is finally adjusting to life as a human, but Daniel isn't making it much easier for her. He doesn't want her to change at all. Personally, I thought he ove [...]


    • I give it a 2.5. I feel the purpose of the series is getting lost Obviously the reason a second was created is because in the first book you learn that assassins are after Alice. So here comes the second book and i just feel like everything is all written to avoid creating an intricate storyline involving Paralda and his part. Being different is so prevalent in the first book. Alice appeared strange to everyone in the beginning. A bond with Dante begins because of the fact that they are both dif [...]


    • Cool read, loved the writing. Full review to come April 18 on Butterfly-o-Meter Books as part of the book tour.


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