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Immortal Fire (The Red Winter Trilogy Book 3) by [Marie, Annette]
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Length: 408 pages Word Wise: Enabled Language: English

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Once, Emi believed the heavenly gods were righteous and wise, while the earthly yokai spirits were bloodthirsty and evil. But with a traitorous deity poised to destroy her world, and the yokai standing as humanity's only defense, the lies of her upbringing have toppled to reveal a far more terrifying reality.

Despite the looming threat, Emi can't escape her greatest distraction: Shiro, the fox yokai who has so deftly claimed her heart for his own. Soon—too soon—she will have to break the curse that binds his magic and memories. And once the ancient power inside him awakens, the yokai she loves will be changed forever.

As the earthly gods gather to wage war against the heavens, Emi and Shiro must gamble everything to turn the tide against their immortal, all-powerful foes. Together, they will find a way to save her world—even if it means losing each other.

The complete Red Winter trilogy:
Red Winter
Dark Tempest
Immortal Fire

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4773 KB
  • Print Length: 408 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dark Owl Fantasy Inc. (11 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06Y1WJR2X
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,984 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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ALLLL THE STARRRRSSSSS (Okay, 5 stars).

Whoa *wipes brow* what an emotional ride! Immortal Fire took all the elements which I loved about the first two books, Red Winter and Dark Tempest, and just amped it up to 1000%. Further, my expectations for how everything should work out was very specific and high, and Annette Marie delivered it all with mastery, panache and all round brilliance.

I don't want to spoil anything at all, so I'm going to be really vague and generally gushing, so you have been warned.

Emi is brilliant. Her growth throughout the trilogy was fantastic and I just really loved reading her voice, her journey and her experiences. Shiro was amazing, the end. The supporting cast, as usual, were a joy to read, and the growth with some characters in particular were sweet and beautiful to read (yeah, I know I'm being vague!).

The plot. Wow. Wow. Wow. If you loved Red Winter and Dark Tempest you'll have no problems with Immortal Fire. The author starts the action off from the very beginning and doesn't let the reader walk away from this brilliant book until the very last page. The ending was emotional, beautiful and everything I could have hoped for as a reader and fan of the series and characters. No complaints at all - a perfect ending with a little backdoor left open for a return to the world in the future if the author ever felt like it (I vote for that to happen all the way!). So prepare for action, emotional turmoil, growth and fantastically written fight scenes!

The romance was swoony all the way through and developed really well from the first two books (I love slow-burn romances and this series has a great one!).

To conclude this barely coherent review, this series is a must read and pure awesome.
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Now that’s how you end a series! Ms Marie wrapped it up perfectly! She tied up all the loose ends without it being too predictable or cheesy. There were losses and sacrifices, and I am not ashamed to admit that I shed a tear or two (both happy and sad).

The Immortal Fire is the third and final book in the Red Winter trilogy, a Japanese mythology fantasy series. And I would highly recommend the entire series! Too often I have become emotionally involved in a series for it to end disappointingly, but this is definitely not the case with this series – it is consistently strong throughout with a thoroughly satisfying conclusion.

This was easily a five star read for me! It has it all: masterfully written with a captivating and exquisite plot, a fascinating fantasy world with mythical creatures, intriguing and memorable characters, and a swoon-worthy romance.

And the cover is simply stunning!
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I am very happy to have read this book. I am blissfully satisfied of the whole story. I must admit im a sucker for a very satisfying and very comforting ending and this has given it to me. thanks Annette Marie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The whole nine yards + more! 12 April 2017
By D (Royalty Readers Blog) - Published on Amazon.com
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I just adore this series and this finale was the whole nine yards and then some. Seriously, more people need to read this.

I can’t get over of this riveting, action-packed, adorably romantic and hope-inspiring story. If there is one way to end a series, this is it and I loved everything about it.

The transformation of the main character, Emi, is on point in this series. It’s a realistic progression from a meek, obedient girl to a fierce, powerful woman, but it never feels rushed or inappropriate. We gradually see Emi become more confident in not just her powers, but herself, which is a huge plus.

And with confidence comes more conflict. Immortal Fire, similar to its predecessors, is filled with action and thrill. You think you’ll be bored? Think again, because before you can catch your breath after a particularly grueling suspense scene, you’re thrown into another life-or-death situation. There are emotionally-packed moments as well. The fear of losing yourself and loved ones, and farewells to friends brought the fast paced down to bring light to the relationships between the characters.

And Shiro. Shiro, Shiro, Shiro. If there ever was a troubled man, it was Shiro, but his humor was kept alive even in the darkest of times. #TeamShiro.

I loved every moment of Immortal Fire. I don’t have any complaints though I should warn some of you, the romance can get a little heavy in this one, but don’t be dissuade. It’s a wonderful book and I’m said to say goodbye to these characters, but the ending was perfect so I’m happy and ready for Annette Marie’s next series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic! 9 April 2017
By Kat - Published on Amazon.com
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Absolutely Fantastic!! I have enjoyed this series immensely and this final book really brought it home. I laughed, shed some tears, got frustrated and sighed in blissful joy. I loved getting to know all the characters and watching Emi and Shiro's relationship grow but I also adored Yumei. Here is one of my favorite scenes from the book.

She threw her arms around Yumei. He staggered back a step holding his hands out away from her....
"Thank you, Yumei," she choked.
"She's crying," he growled at Shiro.
"Try returning her embrace," Shiro said with a snicker. "That might help."

You'll have to read the book to find out whats happening!

Also I have forgot to mention in my other reviews but the illustrations are fabulous in this series! Brittany Jackson did an amazing job of bringing these characters to visual life!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The didn't want it to end! 13 April 2017
By Shadow Reader - Published on Amazon.com
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It was totally epic! Awesome rollercoaster ride of emoticons and ever changing fate. The evil turned d out to be a misguided attempt to save the world but the from fight was brutal and bloody. Multiple sacrifices were made by the folks I never expected to do so, and betrayal by someone I never suspected. The love connection went through gamut of ranges - love, lust, denial and rejection to happiness, acceptance and deep love transcending death. It ROCKING GREAT!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The last book in her series did not disappoint. It was action packed and the emotion between ... 18 April 2017
By Justine - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been fascinated with Japanese mythology for years and I was ecstatic when I found out Annette Marie was doing a book series on it. The last book in her series did not disappoint. It was action packed and the emotion between Emi and Shiro is at its peak. This book is not predictable! I honestly was guessing throughout the entire thing. I did not enjoy how the author ended the steel and stone series. I felt it was way to unresolved and open ended, not to mention upsetting. But this series had a spectacular ending!!! If you haven't read this series yet, its a must!!!
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book to end the trilogy 14 April 2017
By Clara - Published on Amazon.com
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I almost hated to have the book end. I really enjoyed the world Emi and Shilo. All the characters were good, I really liked Yumei and his negative attitude. I wanted Emi and Shilo to end up together but knew at sometime Inari would come out and wondered if he would be like everyone remembered him. It all came together and the end was perfect. I really like the way this author writes. I have read Steel and Stone series and loved it too. Both series are ones I could read again.