Monday, April 3, 2017

Review: Fanning The Flames

Fanning The Flames Fanning The Flames by Chris Cannon
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I received this free eARC novel from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

I adored the first and second novels in this series. I devoured them and couldn't wait to get my hands on the next ones in the series. But for some reason, book three and four have been a bit of a letdown for me...

Bryn is a great dragon and she has had to face a lot of difficulty because she is a mixed dragon - a blue and a red dragon. So of course, the Blues are too elite to associate themselves with her and the other dragons (orange, black, green, red) are not sure what to do with her. She's an outcast and is trying to survive in this new world.

But in Fanning The Flames, Bryn has her own group of close friends and she is now becoming a bit more welcomed in the Blue society since her grandparents have taken her in and accepted her difference. And Bryn also has Valmont, her knight. Things should be going great, right?

Not really. With her grandparents trying to get a marriage pact accepted to mate with Jaxon, things are very awkward between the two couples: Bryn and Valmont and Jaxon and Rhiannon. But there is a plan in action if the marriage pact goes through - even though it wouldn't seem appropriate in most societies.

So with things getting complicated in Bryn's personal life, of course chaos has started with the Rebel dragons who want to make mixed dragons accepted in society. Never fails in Bryn's world. The Rebels are cooking up something and Bryn seems to be in the middle of that mess, even though she is just trying to have a normal life.

But shit hits the fan by the end of the novel and Bryn is completely lost at what to do.

So, my opinion? It was okay. I am just going to come right out and say, I think Bryn needs to focus on herself and not try so hard to have a boyfriend. She has all of the time in the world for that, so why she feels like she will never be loved and have the love of her life in her life is beyond me. Try to live past the Rebels trying to destroy your home and school, then worry about who you want to spend the rest of your life with.

Though I do have to say, I really hate her and Valmont together. It seriously is so stilted and awkward between the two of them. There is more chemistry between Bryn and Jaxon than her and Valmont. Just saying, I am not Team Valmont.

Also? The way Valmont reacted to a certain piece of news? Very crappy, Valmont. Very terrible indeed...

I'm hoping there is another one coming because the ending was a bit better than I thought it would be and I'd like to see where Chris Cannon will go from here. I'm not giving up on this series because I really do like it. So I'll be waiting for news on the 5th book! :D

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