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By Zara Lethallan
Feb 6, 2016 - 5:09:31 PM
Flash Burned is the next installment in Calista Fox's Burned Deep Trilogy. She continues this intense, passionate love triangle with the beautiful event plammer Ari, the sexy and powerful Dane who has Ari in all kinds of knots, and the designer who is in love with his best friend Kyle.
Dane is everything to her. She trembles for his addictive touch that leaves her breathless night after night. He is the drug she just can't quit. But the dangerous group of men are still after him, they are prepared to ruin everything he has to get him out of the picture. The aftermath of their attack leaves Ari alone and shattered, can she make things right with the help of her best friend Kyle?
Ari couldn't help when she fell in love with Dane. Just when she thinks her life couldn't get any better, everything falls apart. Ari is faced with having to be strong, to survive now that someone is counting on her.
Kyle has always been there for Ari no matter what, ever since the two met. Even though her heart belongs to another, he can't help but love her. Kyle is charming and desirable, any women would be happy to be at his side. He is someone that Ari could love and care for, but her heart is set on Dane and she won't give him up.
There is talk about this trilogy being the new Fifty Shades of Grey, to be totally honest I do own that book. However, I couldn't get past the first chapter of the book, so I have never finished reading it. Frankly, what I have heard about that particular book scares me. It's not something I would jump on to read. Do I think it is the next FSOG? No, since I was able to read past the first chapter. In fact, I found myself loving this Contemporary Romance book.
During certain parts, I did find myself on the edge of crying over all the things the character was going through. I am not going to state exactly what happened to avoid leaking spoilers, but I will say that there was a lot of twist and turns. At one point I would turn to my fiance and tell him about everything the author was doing to this poor character. I was more than happy to learn that not everything was as it seems.
My personal opinion Calista Fox's story is better then Fifty Shade of Grey. It had me hooked the whole time
It was a great honor that I got to read this book, I think that Ari and Dane are perfect for each other. Their characters fit perfectly, and I loved Kyle is was so charming and supportive to Ari. Secretly wondering what kind of relationship Ari and Kyle would have if she was in love with him instead.
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