Sunday, 6 September 2015

Review: The Secret Fire

The Secret Fire The Secret Fire by C.J. Daugherty
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This story is amazing, its mainly about Taylor Montclair, and Sacha Winters. Sacha has a habit of dying, at a certain time he will die again, but one person can save him and that is Taylor, but they have never met, and live such a distance apart that their meeting seems unlikely or is it? The terrible thing is that something deadly will do everything in its power to prevent the pair from meeting because Sacha has to die, she cannot be allowed to save him.

Can Taylor really save him? she has discovered that when she gets angry things happen that should not happen so she has to seriously learn to control herself, but sometimes things happen that she does get angry at, how will she handle that?

Sasha is French, and for some strange reason Taylor has been told by her teacher she is to help Sacha with his English, and Sacha has been told by his that he must let her tutor him. It is done online by video calling, so both agree even though neither thought it was necessary but to get their grades they agree to placate their teachers. It is later that Sacha realises there is something strange going on, he recognises Taylor's surname and does a bit of digging and things are definitely a bit fishy. Sacha informs Taylor that they could both be in serious danger and they have to meet.

I really enjoyed this story, the plot was gripping, the unexpected really kept me rooted to the spot. I loved how the pair interacted and how the plot developed. The shocks, the twists and turns were really terrific. I look forward to reading more of this Author's works.

Many thanks to the publishers and NetGalley for letting me read this book in return for an honest review.

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