Thursday, April 5, 2012

Review: Born into Fire by KyAnn Waters & Tarah Scott

By: KyAnn Waters & Tarah Scott (author website)

eBook, 127 pages
Published November 22nd 2010 by Loose Id
ISBN 13: 9781607378969
Source: Author, for the purpose of an honest review
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Stars: 3
Flames: 5

I love finding something different within the paranormal romance genre, Born into Fire mixes an ancient Elemental race with a race of dragon shifters in this interesting erotic romance. There is also a bit of humor too. I loved the many “blow” puns.

Kenna is a glass blower with a witty sense of humor and she lets it show with some of her many “blow” jokes. Kenna also has no clue that she is different from every other human amongst her. She is approaching her metamorphose and it has called the attention of two other Elementals.  One wishes to protect her from harm and see her through her metamorphose. The other wishes to see her through her metamorphose so that he may cause her harm.

Eric has stayed away from female Elementals for many years. He is trying to ensure that he doesn’t repeat his past mistakes. Kenna’s fire calls to him and his air and he can’t help but seek her out. The moment that he sees the other Elemental and discovers his nefarious plans he feels obligated to see her safely through her metamorphose.  Eric must protect her from not only the other Elemental but also himself.

The sexual attraction is high, the sex scenes are plentiful and amazingly erotic. I loved the fact that Eric and Kenna could bond sexually outside of their human form. The sex scenes are so hot that they literally melt their surroundings.

I also enjoyed the details about glass blowing as art. The authors put many interesting details about Kenna’s art/career in these pages. The details for some of her pieces of art are meticulously detailed. I could almost see some of the pieces as I was reading. 

I hope that there will be another book that continues from Born into Fire. I was left with some unanswered questions. There are a couple of large gray areas for me also. I don’t want to go into too many details on this because I don’t want to let out the spoilers that it would bring to this review. 


  1. Firstly, is he rocking a mullet?? LOL
    Glass blowing as an art sounds so interesting, id love to see how it's done. Sounds like a hot read, I'm intrigued.

  2. Great review! I'll have to pick this up sometime given the amount of flames you gave it! +New gfc follower :D
    -Kimberly @ Turning The Pages