Thursday, July 13, 2017

Review: Song of Blood and Fire

Song of Blood and Fire Song of Blood and Fire by Erin R. Bedford
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Previously published as Flames of Auriel, now rebranded with updated content. 

When living in a world where the prince isn’t always charming, the princess has a mean right hook, and angels are worshiped like gods, love isn’t always easy to find. 

Zoe has never been the lady-like princess she's read about in fairy-tales, even with her very own handsome prince to sweep her off her feet. She doesn't know what she dislikes more, his arrogant smirk or the way his grey eyes darken when they fight. Angels help him if he thinks he could tame her. 

Asher won't admit it, but he admires the fighting style of his warrior princess. She reminds him of an avenging angel the way her fiery hair whips around her as she takes out her challengers. Dark One help him, but she is as tough an opponent on the battlefield as she is off. 

With unknown and unwanted feelings starting to emerge between the two royals, a single goodbye turns into a frantic search for a missing princess. Asher has to find the one woman he never thought he’d miss and keep his kingdom safe from an old enemy. If he fails, the angels may not forgive him this time.

My Thoughts:

*I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book*

This book drew me in almost right away. I love how strong & feisty Zoe is. Asher and Zoe are like an explosion waiting to happen. I love their chemistry and how they argue so passionately about everything. This was definitely worth the read and I can't wait to read more of the series.

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