Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Innovative Online Book Tours Review of Forbidden Fire by Kimberly Kinrade

Forbidden Fire (Forbidden Trilogy, #2)

Forbidden Fire by Kimberly Kinrade is the second book in the Forbidden trilogy. The title of the book is a tease for it gives the illusion of a steamy romance. This is far from what the book  actually is.
 What makes this book so interesting is it is told in the voice, eyes and ears of three of the main characters, Sam, Drake and Lucy.

This sci-fi fantasy book continues the tale of  Sam and Drake who have escaped from the Rent-a-Kid Organization and "school" for para-normal kids. Throughout the book Sam and Drake are stalked by the Seeker who wants desperately to have them back in the fold. The Seeker will stop at nothing to get them back and only  mayhem follows them. If that is not enough, Sam and Drake struggle with a blossoming love affair, worry and utter disappointment as they try to bring down the organization.

In the mix of things the reader learns about the students and friends of Sam who are still stuck at the "school" and facing demons of their own. A Mr. Black and his goons have been hired by the Seeker to keep the students safe, or at least so it seems. Instead he locks down the students and in his wake is anger and murder.

Sam's best friend, Lucy and her twin brother Luke, become reluctantly involved with the group The Freedom Fighters who work to take down Rent-a-Kid. Through mind reading, Lucy is able to inform Sam of the trouble at the "school" and seeks her help.

In the end, using their para-normal powers, Lucy, Luke, Sam, Drake and all the other students overcome their captors but not before heart ache and loss comes their way.  A couple of  surprise twists in the plot not only assist but encourage their endeavors.

I highly recommend this book as a must read and I look forward to reading the next book in the trilogy. Thumbs up!

~Naila Moon

Disclosure: I was given an e-book copy of this book from the author for my honest opinion.

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