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From page one of Burn For Me by Cynthia Eden, I was captivated with an adrenaline rush that really didn’t let up until the end. There is a lot of mystery around what type of paranormal character each person is supposed to be. There were shifters, vampires, phoenixes, and the heroine’s type isn’t revealed for quite a while, but I am having a hard time not tell you. I will say the hero is a phoenix. One, you see the abilities he has right off and well, the series is called Phoenix Fire.
So some bad scientist have captured Cain, the hero and are running tests on him to see if they can harness his ability to regenerate. Making a super soldier that can’t be killed is hard work. The lab goes under the assumption that the subjects are there voluntarily, but in reality none are and they are being tortured. In rides Eve, the heroine, who is also a reporter hoping to expose the entire operation. She has a little medical background so she is tasked to take vitals on subject 13, but in reality she wants to find out his story and release everyone.
Well, big, bad Cain has decided its time to blow this popsicle stand and take Eve with him after she survives his regeneration without a burn on her. But what is she? How can she survive his fire and not burn? While the building is burning, Eve runs around letting out paranormals and one big bad vampire that is going to haunt them and the next book. Unfortunately, the head guy doesn’t die and now they are a race to find the second test site, find out what Eve is, expose the whole story and stay alive, but not fall in love.
This was rush of the senses that kept you guessing…well for the most part. I think at one moment I said not again as the bad guy kept coming after them. I wanted them to run farther away from the regional area they kept sticking too. It always seemed like the bad guys were one step ahead of everyone.
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