Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Scorch by K. C. Stewart (Hailey Holloway, #3)

Scorch 
by K.C. Stewart

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Hailey Holloway - Book 3
Publication Date: January 3, 2015
Publisher: K.C. Stewart
Genre: Adult Paranormal Romance
Print Length: 176 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Synopsis:

Hailey Holloway has a serious knack with running from her problems. At the first sign of trouble she can be found lacing up her Nikes and hitting the road. Dacea has been patient with her, but a man can only handle so much. He told her before that he would not chase after her again and is he nothing, if not a man of his word. Katherine is more than happy to pick at the wound that festers between them. If she picks enough, she just might make one or both of them bleed.

War is on the horizon. Together, they need to convince the leaders of Blue and Silver to join their crusade against the Council, but can they put their differences aside and stop fighting long enough to help those in the line of fire?

Scorch (Hailey Holloway, #3)My Review
Scorch by K. C. Stewart

You know that moment when you KNOW you are hooked on a novel, a series, and the characters and have found an author who seems to just get you and what you like? K.C. Stewart has done it, again! Book 3 in the Hailey Holloway series, Scorched has just solidified my love for this series and the talents of this author.

Our Hailey is still getting herself into deep emotional, physical and mental trouble. Her verbal filter is non-existent and she has finely tuned her ability to jump to conclusions, run from conflict and become a total wreck. She is her own worst enemy and that’s saying a lot when her real enemies are working hard at chipping away at the bond between her and Dak and succeeding quite nicely.

Dak is the king of his sept and ignoring his dragons, war is looming on the horizon between the different septs and lines are being drawn. Of course, somewhere in there Hailey is caught up in the fray. An unlikely ally arises as Silas would do anything for Hailey, which also means he can no longer try to kill Dak, or vice versa. Dark and evil on the outside, Silas is becoming a regular softie, even playing Cupid to Dak and Hailey. How much more can Dak take of Hailey’s running from him, mistrusting him, shutting him out? Is he at the end of the line for them? Has Hailey once again made a huge mistake? Love hurts and Hailey proves that she can be the master of her own pain, so why not fix the problem? With strong bonds of friendship, intriguing family connections revealed and one hot dragon who may or may not put up with her antics, Hailey is in a world of hurt.

Fabulous fantasy-check Outstanding characters-check Delightful dialogue-check Masterful storytelling-check…Yep, K.C. Stewart has done it, AGAIN! This author can create a world filled with everything but the kitchen sink! Get ready to love, laugh and even hurt a little, and the romantic frustration level? Gah! Can't wait for more!

I received this copy in exchange for my honest review.



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