Heart of Fire (Legends of the Storm, #1)

Heart of Fire (Legends of the Storm, #1) The Old Eddas Speak Of Dreki Fabled Creatures Who Haunt The Depths Of Iceland S Volcanoes, And Steal Away Fair Maidens.Freyja Wants None Of Such Myths Dreki Seducing Young Ladies Ha They Probably Eat Such Foolish Girls But When The Local Dreki Steals Her Last Ram Costing Her Any Chance Of Feeding Her Ill Father Through The Winter Freyja Intends To Confront The Fearsome Myth.Sentenced To A Life Of Exile From His Clan, Rurik Is Fascinated By The Furious Woman Who Comes To Claim Her Ram She Reeks Of Mysterious Magic And Challenges Him At Every Step He Intends To Claim The Passionate Firebrand, But To Do So, He Must Take Mortal Form.It S The Only Time The Dreki Are Vulnerable, And With A Dragon Hunter Arriving On The Shores Of Iceland, He Can Barely Afford The Risk But Lonely Freyja, With Her Elf Cursed Eyes And Pragmatic Soul, Tempts Him In Ways He S Never Felt Before Is She The Key To Reclaiming His Heritage Or Will She Be His Downfall

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  • Paperback
  • 270 pages
  • Heart of Fire (Legends of the Storm, #1)
  • Bec McMaster
  • English
  • 18 March 2018
  • 1925491161

10 thoughts on “Heart of Fire (Legends of the Storm, #1)

  1. says:

    Romance and Dragons in 1800s Iceland ERMAHGERD

  2. says:

    This is by far the best dragon book I have read since Dragonbound by Thea Harrison In fact, its one of the best fantasy romance books I have ever read In fact, it s one of the best books I have ever read I just cannot wait for March for the next book in this series There were a lot of open issues left at the end of this book I need resolved ASAP No cliff hanger but the story definitely continues for the H and h and other characters as well Its been a while since a book really grabbed my This is by far the best dragon book I have re...

  3. says:

    This How What How does this even exist The last time I ran out of words for a book was when I read The Wall of Winnipeg and Me And I mean both times That is one book I will never be able to review, no matter how many times I read it or how old I get Words can t describe it.That was in 2016 And once again I m blown away.About 40% in I started thinking how this book made me feel and if it would qualify for my reading challenge prompt, A book that shatters your soul And I m still on the f This How What How does this even exist The last time I ran out of words for a book was when I read The Wall of Winnipeg and Me And I mean both times That is one book I will never be able to review, no matter how many times I read it or how old I get Words can t describe it.That was in 2016 And once again I m blown away.About 40% in I started thinking how this book made me feel and if it would qualify for my reading challenge prompt, A book that shatters your soul And I m still on the fence on that one but I know for sure that this book made my soul ache with so much yearning I m flat out surprised I m not a bawl...

  4. says:

    3.5 stars ARC ReviewBec McMaster writes the best heroines Freyja is fearless as she struggles to hold onto what little she owns to protect herself and her ailing father, even if it means confronting the menacing dragon terrifying her countryside Except he is not a dragon, he is a dreki an dragon like creature with magical powers The world building in this story is complicate and rich filled with mythology, family feuds, and ancient creatures Her characters are bold, especially Freyja She 3.5 stars ARC ReviewBec McMaster writes the best heroines Freyja is fearless as she struggles to hold onto what little she owns to protect herself and her ailing father, even if it means confronting the menacing dragon terrifying her countryside Except he is not a dragon, he is a dreki an dragon like creature with magical powers The world building in this story is complicate and rich filled with mythology, family feuds, and ancient creatures Her characters are bold, especially Freyja She is fierce as she defends herself against not only the dreki, but also the towns people who are wary of her different colored eyes Ru...

  5. says:

    Utterly amazing Original and compelling take on dragon shifters But I love everything McMaster writers, so it s no surprise Originally read in an anthology this book was in Can t wait to readof this series

  6. says:

    As you can plainly see, I m on a little bit of a Bec McMaster kick After devouring her Dark Arts series, I plan on going back and reading all of the other books she has written I was intrigued by this series because it s a Fantasy series, something totally different from her.It s clear that McMaster is able to dabble in quite a lot of different genres Her voice matches the genre well and I like how she is so readily able to customize her words voice for this genre.The beginning of the book As you can plainly see, I m on a little bit of a Bec McMaster kick After devouring her Dark Arts series, I plan on going back and reading all of the other books she has written I was intrigued by this series because it s a Fantasy series, something totally different from her.It s clear that McMaster is able to dabble in quite a lot of different genres Her voice matches the genre well and I like how she is so readily able to customize her words voice for this genre.The beginning of the book moves at a very fast paced and to be honest, I was a little surprised by this Usually with Fantasy novels, the author takes their time to explain the world a bit , but since the action makes up for it, I can t really be too mad.The heroine, Freyja, is a unique one She s fierce and independent and I love the fact that she wasn t afraid to confront Rurik at all McMaster always writes really strong heroines, so I gue...

  7. says:

    An intelligent h I know I was startled to Great story Romance, action Pleasantly surprised that it is the start of a new series but with so many strings to still tie up I shouldn t be surprised.

  8. says:

    It was okay.

  9. says:

    Iceland, 1880Freyja lives with her ill and blind father on a farmstead She also lives in a world where people have to pay an offering each new moon to the winged creatures they share the Earth with to keep the truce between them and humans Dreki were created by a goddess when she tore her soul into pieces and gave them powers from the Earth, Air and Fire and they can also take human form They re sensitive when being call dragons because they relike the cousin of dragons but they still Iceland, 1880Freyja lives with her ill and blind father on a farmstead She also lives in a world where people have to pay an offering each new moon to the winged creatures they share the Earth with to keep the truce between them and humans Dreki were created by a goddess when she tore her soul into pieces and gave them powers from the Earth, Air and Fire and they can also take human form They re sensitive when being call dragons because they relike the cousin of dragons but they still look like them When one of the animal necessary for her survival is seized by the dangerous beast living near the volcano, Freyja decide it s enough and goes to retrieve it Only the brave would dare enter the dragon s lair but only the special and mysterious who intrigue the creature with her fierceness and spirit could get out of it alive By now I probably said it ...

  10. says:

    INCREDIBLE

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