Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Book Review: Into the Fire (Night Prince, book 4), by Jeaniene Frost

Into the Fire (Night Prince, book 4)
By: Jeaniene Frost
ISBN: 0062465864
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With magic tying Leila's life to the life of Vlad's worst enemy, Mircea, at least she knows that whatever torture Mircea may magically inflict on her, her life is safe unless he becomes suicidal. Of course that safeguard goes to pieces when Mircea is captured. Now Vlad and Leila must meet the kidnappers' demands or else.

Into the Fire is the final Night Prince novel. Readers can expect to see similar (or lighter) levels of sexuality, violence, and profanity as well as similar tone/pacing to the earlier three books. The emotional aspects of the story are mostly concluded in a satisfactory though brief manner, but one very large objective is left hanging without any explanation. There is also an obvious side story intentionally left open because the author delves into that story in her next series.

Into the Fire is an Adult Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance and includes:
  • Killing without remorse (necessary and unnecessary, intentional and unintentional) 
  • Blatant disregard of the lives of others (if a main character doesn't care for you, you are expendable)
  • Manipulative and controlling behavior 
  • Profanity (F word, etc)
  • Injuries (Burns, cuts, severed limbs etc - most description is of burns, blood and depth of injuries)
  • Some self mutilation (with purpose) 
  • Death (Exploding bodies, death by fire, knife wounds, electrical related deaths, suicide)
  • Many references to male/female intimate places and sexuality
  • Guy/Guy kiss
  • Multiple sex scene (including oral sex, blood drinking and references to genitalia)
  • Brief reference to past rapes
  • Demon summoning & Soul Bartering

More Night Prince Novels
  1. Once Burned
  2. Twice Tempted
  3. Bound By Flames
  4. Into the Fire
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