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by Cecy Robson
Released: September 26th 2017
Series: Weird Girls #8
Published by LLC
“Ms. Robson kept Of Flame and Fate action-packed, hilariously filled with funny banters, and overall fast paced just like the other books in the series.”
~ Under the Covers
Ms. Robson kept Of Flame and Fate action-packed, hilariously filled with funny banters, and overall fast paced just like the other books in the series. This installment is the 8th book of the Weird Girls Series and third book of Taran’s story, though it’s the second book the Weird Girls Flame series. A bit confusing but the first book, Of Flame and Promise, has an overlap to Celia’s story. Whereas Of Flame and Light (book 2) and Of Flame and Fate (book2) do not overlap in the time frame. Nevertheless, the title is fitting for Taran’s character
Taran’s is definitely the fiery sister. Not only she has the power to go with that name, but she also has the attitude to match it. Taran, along with her extraordinary sisters are assigned to take care of Destiny. She has predicted that Celia and her unborn children will have the power to ultimately defeat evil. Unfortunately, bumping into Fate, Destiny’s counterpart, will alter everything she had predicted.
It’s nice to see that Taran and Gemini’s relationship is at its strongest. Though there were a few times, Gemini had to deal with Taran’s dangerous streak. He so protective, but he should know better and accept what a bad ass his mate can be. Taran is one powerful witch, and she will do everything she can to protect her own. I can’t blame her, the future babies in her family are at risk and with all that power… I would protect my family too. I love her character!
Emme and Bren’s mystery relationship is definitely mentioned a few times. Unfortunately, whatever is happening there is not looking good. Emme has been through a lot, so I hope Ms. Robson doesn’t prolong her HEA for too long. She certainly deserves to be happy. Misha, the sisters’ vampire friend has a good amount of page time in this book. Super happy to read about him. He’s another character that deserves to get his HEA and I’m dying to read his full story. Very excited to read more of the sisters.
Misha, the sisters’ vampire friend has a good amount of page time in this book. Super happy to read about him. He’s another character that deserves to get his HEA and I’m dying to read his full story. Very excited to read more of the sisters.
Overall, another fun read. Very excited to read more of the sisters.
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