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Monday, October 25, 2010
Review - Red Inferno by Lynne Connolly
Title: Red Inferno
Author: Lynne Connolly
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Buy Link: Buy Red Inferno Here!
Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed by: Brynna
One kiss was all he wanted. And one kiss was the only thing she denied him.
Dragon shape-shifter Ricardo wakes in a sweat, knowing he has telepathically contacted a woman in trouble. The same trouble he got into a year ago. With the help of STORM, he tracks her, the latest victim of the evil Dr. Bennett.
But Kristen is no pushover. A bodyguard for the first openly Talented senator, Ricardo’s brother Sandro, she’s used to looking after herself and doesn’t wait for someone else to rescue her. She escapes, and Ricardo finds her naked and shivering on a crowded New York street.
Need sparks between them; they can’t resist each other. They set the night on fire and Kristen loves Ricardo’s sizzling passion, even as she resists loving him. But Bennett wants her back…which means the lovers could lose everything.
Ricardo is awakened in the middle of the night after a vividly telepathically linking with Kristen, another shape shifter who is being held captive by Bennett. After aiding her escape, he takes her to his home to recover from her ordeal.
Kristen may be a damsel in distress, but she isn't weak. Everything about her presents a tough exterior, including the walls around her heart. Sometimes the greatest test of strength is learning how to give in and let go. Red Inferno is a sizzling hot paranormal romance filled with suspense. This is the fourth book in the series and while I haven't read the previous titles, I had no trouble keeping up. Ms. Connolly subtly reminds the reader of the dynamics between the other characters, while managing to focus on Ricardo and Kristen's fall. I'm pleased to give this one a you gotta read and look forward to more from this author.