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Fire In His Blood

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Jeremy York, Noelle Bridges

11 Hours 29 Minutes

Tantor Media

June 2017

Audio Book Summary

Years ago, the skies ripped open and the world was destroyed in fire and ash. Dragons-once creatures of legend-are the enemy. Vicious and unpredictable, they rule the skies of the ruined cities, forcing humanity to huddle behind barricades for safety.

Claudia's a survivor. She scrapes by as best as she can in a hard, dangerous world. When she runs afoul of the law, she's left as bait in dragon territory. She only has one chance to survive-to somehow 'tame' a dragon and get it to obey her.

Except the dragon that finds her is as wild and brutal as any other . . . and he's not interested in obeying.

What he is interested in is a mate.

Contains mature themes.

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  • Melissa M.

    Pretty good I liked the storyline I thought it was interesting and seductive.

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  • Ann Dorothy F.

    Nope nope and nope. This is just too stereotypical for me. The concept is interesting but the delivery is bleh. I like the narration but that is about it.

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  • Anonymous

    Way to much narrative, restated head thinking too many different ways. More sex scenes than plot development. The bookended and nothing happened I the story after chapter three.

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  • Anonymous

    Not one of my favorite Ruby Dixon books. Felt it to be a little long without very much world building. But it kept me entertained. My main complaint was the female’s character’s logic. “You didn’t ask me?” Well how was he supposed to explain things if you couldn’t communicate and he is of a different species so will not view things the same way. Narrators we’re good.

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  • Chim U.

    Not bad at all.

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  • Audrey

    The steamy sex scenes are so hot! The story kind of drags out for a bit but there are moments of hilarity when they try to communicate with each other before they bond. The book is well thought out and written so precisely that there is little room to wonder what or where the story will go. The narrator Noelle Bridges has such an expressive tone I really enjoyed listening to her. I have added Noelle to my 5 star narrators because of her story telling. Jeremy York is his normal suave self and I always enjoys the books he narrates.

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  • Yves-Antoine R.

    Um, so this was in the top bad audiobooks I’ve stumbled upon. The narrator (Noelle) is the worst narrator I’ve had the displeasure of listening to. She literally makes a full, lengthy stop at every sentence. It was excruciatingly painful. The poor Jeremy York did his best (he gets the 1 star) for the little he did and I pitied him having to read such poor, contemptible writing. This felt like it was written by a 15 year old that has poor reading background. The maturity levels were subzero and the language levels were ..conversational rather than literary. The main character was stupid and annoying and dense, the bitchy tone narrating did NOT help, the sexual scenes came off as a bad porno routine (say the dirty words, cliche sequence, say the same dirty words again, use the least vocabulary possible). I miss the Anne Rice days where sexual fantasy could be tacky, yes, but had personality and had stuff actually going on. Could not finish, abandoned at chapter 30. (I tried, I really did)

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  • Taija J.

    This book is okay. The main girl is actually so annoying. She acts like she doesn’t know that the dragon obviously isn’t going to hurt her. She is so stupid it’s painful.

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  • Wise Sungirl

    cant get enough of this book and the series.

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  • JaesKil

    Overall this book is very enjoyable. I did find that the main Character was at time unrealistic in their reasoning of some situations, but that is my own interpretation. I am starting on book two and look forward to more from this series. I also really love the woman narrator. I have listened to other she has done and I really love enjoy her telling of her parts of the story.

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