Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Review: Burn by Bree Younger

Burn by Bree Younger

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Ty Buchanan, vampire and Council Shield, awakens after a night of partying with friends to find himself stripped and staked out. With dawn approaching, he knows his odds of surviving are not good.

Libby Shaw is a photography student whose latest assignment is to complete a series of wildlife studies. A friend has loaned her an isolated cabin, and she hopes to get some excellent shots. Instead, she stumbles upon the horribly burned body of a man. He’s alive. But barely.

When Libby saves Ty, she is plunged into a paranormal world she never knew existed. As Ty and Libby work to save themselves from an unknown enemy, they turn to one another and discover a passion that makes them both burn. The stakes get higher as the lovers are drawn into a world of bloodslaves, betrayal, and an enemy from Ty’s past reappears, bent on revenge.

Monica's Review

A weekend out in the wilderness in the company of her camera, she believed she would be able to relax and get her photos for her school assignment. The only problem is that that never in a million years did she think she would come across a burned man and have to save him when she realized he was still alive. The only problem is that he is thirsty and he does not want any water but blood.

All I can say is get ready because you will be hooked to this book as soon as you read the prologue it just leaves you wanting more. All you know is that what happened almost 240 years ago would come back to haunt them sooner or later.

Ty Buchanan is a Council Shield, a cop in vampire eyes and knows he is in big trouble. He knows that dawn is approaching and more than likely his death. There is an angel by his side when he believes that he is doomed and believes he is dead. When Ty finally realizes he is not dead and someone is truly trying to help him he tries his best to help how he can. There are only two problems, okay maybe three, the sun is killing him, and he’s weak and very, very thirsty. Once he knows that there are somewhere secluded and no longer outdoors away from the sun he has a bit more of strength and feeds off of Libby, the angel.

Burn moves quickly but that is not bad it just sucks you in and you want to know what is going to happen next. There is only one problem and you will have to read this book to see how Libby and Ty get their happily after but to see if the past it actually over or just the beginning for the Buchanan brothers.

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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