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Night Fire
Night Fire
Author: Vonna Harper
Surrender to your most forbidden fantasies. — FROM THE ASHES. — It's always been Hayley McKeon's secret passion to make it as a jeweler, to take a perfect stone and create a beautiful work of art. Single again and ready for a change, Hayley decides to abandon the ashes of her old life and embrace her dream. — COMES THE SPARK. — Strolling along the a...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780758222176
ISBN-10: 0758222173
Publication Date: 12/1/2007
Pages: 256
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

3 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Aphrodisia
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 1
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frazerc avatar reviewed Night Fire on + 672 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Strange book, hard to categorize. Perhaps you could call it a paranormal/time travel/bondage book? Ancient Aztec warrior who semi-survived the final battles with the Spanish has spent several centuries in the Aztec equivalent of limbo sees our heroine and thinks she's the one that can connect him and his culture to the future. To do this he keeps dragging her [mentally, or maybe not] into his past. He keeps tying her up and dominating her because that's the way he related to his slave/wife - she has bondage fantasies but wants more of him than just 'master'.

I liked the resolution, but it took a long time to get there. A read-once.
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Helpful Score: 1
Well, I honestly have to say that I hated this book. It was very difficult to get into.
Mazati is an ancient being who has come to life & wants Haley to be .... aaahhh, @#$% it.
It was so weird and disjointed that I tried to speed read it, so I could at least get the gist of the story, but even that was in vain. I usually enjoy this author, but this story just plain sucked.
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mshrm avatar reviewed Night Fire on + 144 more book reviews
Im a fan of Vonna Harper. This was the first I read that she had spent a lot of time on the story line. There was some strange time travel and alot of Aztec history. Towards the end I wasnt sure how she was going to tie the bondage in, but she did. I think she left it open to another book about her sister. Pretty good.


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