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Through the Fire (Daughter of Fire Book 1) by [Irwin, Michelle]
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Length: 224 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Life could have been different for Evie Meyers. If only she wasn’t a freak. She wouldn’t be hiding from the Rain, a secret organization intent on destroying all supernatural creatures. Neither would she have run from Clay, the object of her desire.

Her hope for love and a normal life shattered when Clay stumbled onto her biggest secret and revealed one of his own in the process—he’s a soldier for the Rain. Learning that Clay was a threat to her survival, Evie had no choice but to flee.

Now Clay’s back—battle-scarred and mysterious—and the attraction between them is undeniable. Stuck on opposite sides in the war between humans and the supernatural, there seems little hope for a happily ever after. Caught between what her heart wants and what her head knows, something has to give. What will she choose? And what price will she have to pay?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 790 KB
  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Bottom Drawer Publications (31 October 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,838 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I give this book 5 stars, I was contemplating taking half a star off because I really wish that the cover had been more like the description of Evie, Michelle describes her vividly and my imagination of her is so much better than the book cover... ok thats the 'What I didn't like' part over!

What I loved .... EVERYTHING ELSE!

from the first page you are drawn into a world where the paranormal are hunted (unfortunately not by Sam and Dean Winchester) but by RAIN, a group of HUMANS who live in a world of black and white, where NO Paranormal person is Good, and are killed on sight.

Our Heroine is Evie, she didn't know she was different, her mum died when she was born and her father has been very overprotective since.

When Evie meets Clay at school the attraction is something she can't ignore, and finally she agrees to meet him at his favourite spot...

This is where things go terribly wrong and Evie ends up on the run, and that's all I am going to say... other than Buy this book to delve into it yourself.

Well done Michelle, all that hard work paid off and you have written book where I not only want to know what happens to Evie and Clay, but also I want to know more about Aiden!

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By Demelza Carlton TOP 50 REVIEWER on 24 April 2015
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"What are you?"

An intriguing tale about a creature seldom found, even in paranormal fiction. Ms Irwin lays the scene for Evie's story in a life spent on the run, with a combination of flashbacks and the present. I admit I found that bit jarring, but it also reminded me of I Am Number Four, and the rest of the Lorien Legacies series, though this is firmly a new adult book and not a young adult one. And jarring it may be...but it took us right into the action with Clay and Evie.

This is more than just a standard paranormal or coming-of-age romance - there are underlying themes about tolerance and prejudice and what lies at the heart of terrorism. And it's not all sunshine, roses and sex, either - this is dark romance at its finest. Evie's story truly takes her through the fire of a fight for her life. The right to exist, something most of us take for granted.

I'm eager to read the rest of this series, as well as the companion series from Clay's perspective, because one thing's for sure: with all the unpredictable twists and turns in this book, I have no idea where it'll end. And I absolutely must know.

Five stars.
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** spoiler alert ** A brilliant first book from Michelle!

I have to say, I have been anticipating this book for awhile now. I knew it was being written, but didn’t quite understand what it would be about! For a first time author, Michelle has proved to herself, and her readers, that she is a force to be reckoned with.

Through the Fire is the first in a series, and although I’m not a huge fan of starting a series knowing that other books aren’t complete, or have a set release, this was an exciting book on my to be read list! It’s set in a paranormal world, which in my opinion can be a tricky thing to do. Being the first in a series, there are snippets of characters introduced, that I am very keen to understand further in future books, I certainly hoped they’re developed further! I also think the interactions between the “Rain family” was too brief, but I’m sure that’s coming… Paranormal worlds can often come off as being a bit complicated and messy, however, Michelle has managed to create a world the reader can immerse themselves into, without confusion.

She weaves in the legends of the old-timers, such as the fae, that we all know, as well as creating her own world, involving non-humans, with the ability to create fire (You’ll get it once you start reading), and an elite group of people, known as “The Rain” who hunt down all the paranormal creatures of the world, believing they are all evil. The heart of the book is the Romeo and Juliet relationship between Evie (a phoenix) and Clay (The Rain). They meet as teens, but then, we don’t see any interaction until they are older, Evie having fled under instructions from her protective father. Their relationship starts where they left off, however a tragedy soon tears them apart.
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Through the Fire begins with us meeting Evie, a seemingly normal high school student who lives with her dad. Evie and her dad move around a lot and their latest move has resulted in Evie meeting Clay.

Evie, with "help" from Clay discovers that she isn't as normal as she once believed and finds herself on the run from Clay and a powerful organisation who want the earth rid of anything not 100% human.

Two years later, life on the run has not been much fun for Evie when Clay reappears in her life. This ignites a tragic event that leaves Evie again running for her life but this time she is completely alone.

We follow Evie as she struggles through some really tough and emotional situations as well as some rather funny ones.

Michelle has really built up the scene and you can almost imagine that you're there inside the pages alongside Evie. The characters are well thought out and very likeable - One in particular that I enjoyed meeting was Aiden and I do hope he appears in the rest of the books or gets his own story (Please?).

The ending of the book... Well lets just say I didn't want it to end and I'm waiting with bated breath for the follow up!

This is a faced paced book with no dull moments and I am really looking forward to the next in the series... well done Michelle on a fantastic Debut!
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