Knox is used to getting what he wants, and he wants Harper. He’ll have her, and he’ll keep her safe from the threat that looms over her. Because Knox protects what’s his. He won’t allow anyone to take her from him. Even if it will mean letting the demon inside him rise and wreak the havoc it was created to make.
I don't know why it took me so long to read this book because I'm a huge fan of this author's shifter series, and even though demon books aren't really my thing, I had no doubt that she would make this a good story. And I was correct. Burn was an amazing book, with some kick ass characters that you can't help but like.
Knox was the perfect Alpha Hero, strong and possessive with that hidden sweetness. He was unmistakably controlling but in the sexiest was possible, and I loved how he put himself in Harper's life so effortlessly. Harper and he were the perfect match, and not just because the were anchors, but because they fit together as if they were made for each other.
Harper was just as strong as Knox and I liked that she had some of the same personality traits as he did. She was majorly bad ass and didn't back down from a fight, instead meeting any enemy toe-to-toe. I really liked how tough she was and that she didn't give in to Knox easily, making him work for her affections.
Overall, this was a fantastic story full of sexiness and some twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Even if paranormal books aren't your thing, I still recommend this book to everyone that likes a tough as nails heroine, and a bad boy Hero.
For those who need more Harper and Knox, there’s Blaze, out on 1st September.
About the author
Suzanne Wright lives in England with her husband and two children. When she’s not spending time with her family, she’s writing, reading or doing her version of housework – sweeping the house with a look. She’s worked in a pharmaceutical company, at a Disney Store, at a primary school as a voluntary teaching assistant, at the RSCPA and has a First Class Honours degree in Psychology and Identity Studies.
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