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Bridges Burned (Entangled Teen) (Going Down in Flames) by [Cannon, Chris]
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Length: 378 pages Word Wise: Enabled Language: English

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Since discovering she is a shape-shifting dragon, Bryn McKenna has seen her world thrown into chaos. Being a "crossbreed"—part Red dragon and part Blue—means Bryn will never fit in. Not with dragon society. Not with the archaic and controlling Directorate. And definitely not when she has striped hair and a not-so-popular affection for rule-breaking…

But sneaking around with her secret boyfriend, Zavien, gets a whole lot harder when he's betrothed to someone else. Someone who isn't a mixed breed and totally forbidden. And for an added complication, it turns out Bryn's former archnemesis Jaxon Westgate isn't quite the evil asshat she thought. Now she's caught between her desire to fit in and a need to set things on fire. Literally.

Because if Bryn can't adapt to the status quo…well, then maybe it's time for her to change it.

The Going Down in Flames series is best enjoyed in order
Reading Order:
Book #1 - Going Down in Flames
Book #2 - Bridges Burned
Book #3 - Trial by Fire
Book #4 - Fanning the Flames

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1533 KB
  • Print Length: 378 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 150756810X
  • Publisher: Entangled: Teen (19 January 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00R69XNHU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #92,833 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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OMG this series just got better Going down in flames left me wanting more and Chris delivered Bryn has her friends she can trust and whats better is some of the other dragons are letting there guard down around her and she is finding out that life is so bad until Boom everything comes flying apart and you are launched back into chaos and though some incredibly hard times Bryn learns who has her back and who deserves to be left in the trash the best part is the flow keeps going on into book three Trial by fire
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting mystery 23 January 2015
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I am trying hard to like this story. I have lost a lot of respect for Bryn. I am almost halfway through the book and she is such a clingy whiner that if things don't turn around I may not finish the story. She seems to require the approval and love of Zavian in order to be valuable as a person. It seems that every thing in her life revolves around him. She chases after him relentlessly. It's sickening. She has become a sorry example for other teen girls to follow. This depiction of love is twisted at best. Will let you know if I can stand to finish this.
I finished the story. Just about the time I was going to delete the story from my kindle, it turned around. She still seems to have to have some guy to be worthy but the rest of this cliffhanger was riveting to me. I give this a 3.5. I am waiting for the next book. If the author wants to edit anything edit out the first half whining.
4.0 out of 5 stars I throughly enjoyed this book 27 January 2015
By Kelsey - Published on
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First of all, thank you Mark My Words Publicity for letting me read/review this book!

I throughly enjoyed this book. I had read the first book, Going Down in Flames, and I liked it. I thought it had been an enjoyable read-I liked the book and was interested to see where Chris Cannon went with it, so when I got the opportunity to review the second book, I took it. I’m glad I did, because I enjoyed the second book more than the first.

Bryn has it rough in this book. From her relationship with Zavien-which, can I just say was a terrible mistake on her part; I mean, he is already promised to this other girl, and he makes vague promises of them running away together. Basically, he is an a**hole. He pissed me off, let me tell you. I believe some of my Goodreads updates were along the lines of “Zavien is a jerk” to “Zavien is now upgraded to a**hole” to “So Bryn needs to just date Valmont because he’s a hottie and cares for her, and ditch Zavien, who is an a**”. I developed a bit of a loathing for Zavien, if you couldn’t tell. But back to Bryn-her relationship with Zavien is a good part of the first half of the book. That, along with attacks on the school, we see how their relationship just down spirals, and becomes more friendly with Jaxon.

Her solace, however, is her knight, Valmont-the first knight in a century or so. He helps relax her, and let her know that he will be whatever she wants him to be-friend, boyfriend, lover, whatever. I just absolutely love him. I wish that they would hook up already! But there is the complication of her grandparents checking her lineage with Jaxon’s (read: marriage contract), so that puts a crimp in my plans for the two.

While a good focus of the book is on Bryn’s differing relationships with these three men, another aspect of the book is Bryn trying to fit into this archaic and controlling society that doesn’t quite accept her because of her crossbreed heritage. While she tries to adapt to a certain extent, she still tries to be herself which is what I like about her most, I think. She tries to adapt mainly for the benefit of her grandparents, who she is trying to get on better terms with (their relationship is another interesting part of this book).

There was so much action and heartbreak in this book, that I just throughly enjoyed myself while reading it. It was hard to put down!

Would I recommend? YES. Though, read the Going Down in Flames first, otherwise you won’t understand what is going on.
4.0 out of 5 stars Perfect second book in a trilogy. 11 October 2015
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Bryn’s life is about to get harder. Her boyfriend has a fiancé, which she doesn’t accept. The school is attacked which she doesn’t accept. Her parents are gone, which she doesn’t accept. Her enemy is now her friend, which she doesn’t accept. Bryn really is her own worse enemy sometimes.

Dragon society is vastly different from human society. For instance, dragons are paired so that the best genes produce off-springs. They have a herd mentality, if you will and it is truly about survival of their kind. Bryn decides instead of accepting this to fight it. Not everyone will be on her side though. Her enemy becomes her friend and some friends end up being enemies.

Bryn’s love life is a mess. Mainly because Zavien is being a jerk. I am really hoping that his attitude is to protect Bryn because I really don’t understand it. He was so sweet and kind in the first book that now he just- well I kinda wanted to punch him in the face. Which would not have been good, although he does deserve it.

Bryn is different and sometimes different is good. She brings with her change- change for herself and for the Directorate.

Bridges Burned is the perfect second book in a trilogy. It allows the story to move along at a great pace and there is a ton of character building. There are questions left to be answered and new ones created. But mostly there is a sense of urgency for the third book to already be released.
4.0 out of 5 stars Lots of surprises -- can't wait to read more of the series!!! 6 June 2015
By Lenore L Kosinski - Published on
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4.5 stars -- Starts up RIGHT where book 1 ended. Feels a bit more like one long narrative that's broken into pieces than what I'm used to from series books...not that that's a bad thing, but it means the endings of the books are kind of abrupt and don't conclude in a clear manner.

LOVE having Bryn back. That girl is awesomesauce, seriously. I just want to high five her all over the place. She goes through so many things in this book, and while she occasionally indulges in a bit of angst, it's not long lasting or unreasonable. My feelings are mixed with how she deals with some of the tragic news she receives.

I was COMPLETELY surprised with the direction of the love story. And yet I really loved the directions it seems to be going -- it's kind of refreshing.

I LOVE the bond and friendship between Bryn and Valmont. I always had a soft spot for him in book 1, so was excited to see his role expanded in this book. Can't wait to see where that's going in the series....

Ms. Cannon continually surprises me with her secondary characters. Whenever I think I have them figured out, she spins me on my head and says "nope". Ivy and Clint were awesome as usual, but am intrigued with Jaxon, Rhianna, Lilith, and her Grandmother. I can't help but wonder what happened to Merrick though...he just disappeared in this surprised me when the Christmas Eve ball came and he wasn't there.

All in all, lots of surprises that kept me on my toes, and some intriguing twists to the norm. Had a few tiny niggles that bothered me, hence the round down, but seriously falling in love with this series. Can't wait to see where it goes!!!
5.0 out of 5 stars The fulcrum 27 April 2015
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The sequel to Going Down in Flames, Bridges Burned picks up with Bryn heading back to school after the attack at her grandfather's house. Due to the events in the first book her relationship with Jaxon has shifted and they are now "frenemies". When attacks representing the dragon clans begins, evidence points to a secret group that has appeared throughout history. Bryn begins to have a relationship with her grandparents while her relationship with Zavien is strained due to the Directorate's laws.

I disagree with the idea that Bryn is whiny, instead I would say that she is being faced with the reality of what a rebellion requires. If anything Zavien is a coward for not being able to stand up for what he believes in. This is a period of necessary growth for Bryn since her existence defies the Directorate. In the first book we have the extreme radicals and Zavien's "peaceful" revisionists. In this book we begin to see the balance that Bryn herself can provide as a neutral catalyst for change between the radicals and revisionists. The christmas ball is a prime example of this, by her actions there she managed to prove herself to the blues.

At one point she finds a notebook with the symbol of the secret group and she sees it as a test for herself, to see if she is willing to join them. Based on the attacks, particularly the last one, we would assume she failed the test. Looking forward I believe we will see she will have to face others of her kind, but I do not believe she is the only one of her kind that is willing to work within the Directorate's government to enact the changes. Evidence points to the Directorate being a corrupt body who murders to get what they want, but there is also the possibility that the secret group is killing to protect their secrets. Either way this is the turning point for Bryn which will ultimately lead to her decision of which way of life she wants to support.

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