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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Lexy's Review: The Fever and the Fury by Stephanie Draven

The Fever and the FuryThe Fever and the Fury
by Stephanie Draven
Kindle Edition
Published January 1st 2012 by Harlequin Nocturne Cravings
ASIN B0068742US
Courtesy of Author & Sizzling PR
She's already killed him twice this week.Phaedra, a fury, is bound to make Lieutenant Luke Lazaros atone for his supposed crime, but her usual method of inflicting pain doesn't work very well on a phoenix with the power to be reborn every time he dies. However, each rebirth leaves him with an overwhelming need for sex. Phaedra's new plan: to drive Luke mad with desire....But Phaedra has never touched anyone—even herself—except to cause pain. She's an innocent when it comes to pleasure...but Luke isn't. His touch is a revelation, arousing a passion in Phaedra that is as delicious as it is terrifying. For no matter how much she wants Luke, giving herself to a man risks awakening her goddess's wrath....
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Lexy’s Thoughts:
A Phoenix can die and then rise from the ashes to be reborn.  A unique gift, the chance to start over.


People change, their desires and ambitions evolve. For Luke it was a horrible misunderstanding that caused him to become a Phoenix. But instead of seeing it as a curse he comes to realize it is a blessing that has made him happier than he had ever dreamed.


Phaedra is a fury, and for this story furies are untouched and alone. This sensual woman can't defend herself against this Phoenix that burns her soul.


Draven has brought to life two strong characters and given them depth in very few pages. A talented author to be able to do that. An enjoyable read, don't miss out on it!


Lexy's Rating: 4 Wine Glasses!

2 comments:

Felicia the Geeky Blogger said...

Awesome! This is one that I am really looking forward to reading but was waiting to see some people's views on it :)

Sophia Rose said...

I'm just wowed by the race of the main characters. So different!

Thanks for the review!