Burn For Me by Cynthia Eden
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Not bad, interesting characters (Eve and Cain most of all), but too fast-paced (here-there-escape-safe home-escape-on the run-new safe home-kiss-love-escape-on the run...) and not very involving, because I have to say that the first two or three times that this man is dying are touching, the other times really seem ripetitive and boring. Like you are thinking: oh, he is dying...AGAIN?! Defend yourself better, boy!
The interaction and loving between the two are also too fast and not rising from deep feelings or insightful understanding. The female character, Eve, is interesting but her past and her nature are not completely developed. Good for the renewal of mythological characters in paranormal romance: phoenix and dragoness, not less. But I prefer Phoenix from Saint Seya and Fawkes. And for the dragon-lady part...see G.A. Aiken for an amusing read!
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