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'A heart-pounding and joyous romantic adventure that swept me away.' Nalini Singh, New York Times bestselling author


Who is Catalia Fisa?


With the help of pivotal figures from her past, Cat begins to understand the root of her exceptional magic, her fated union with Griffin Sinta, and Griffin's role in shaping her destiny.

Only Cat holds the key to unlocking her own power, and that means finally accepting herself, her past, and her future in order to protect her loved ones, confront her murderous mother, and taking a final, terrifying step - reuniting all three realms and taking her place as the Queen of Thalyria.

What doesn't kill her will only make her stronger . . . we hope.

'Absolutely fabulous. I didn't want to put [Breath of Fire] down. Amanda Bouchet is now on my auto-buy list! I highly recommend her books to my readers and to anyone looking for a great blend of fantasy and romance.'
C.L. Wilson, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Winter King

'This book is utterly breathtaking!' Darynda Jones, New York Times bestselling author of the Charley Davidson series

'A Promise of Fire made me laugh out loud more than once.' Thea Harrison, New York Times bestselling author of the Elder Races series

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2018
2 January
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
416
Pages
PUBLISHER
Little, Brown Book Group
SELLER
Hachette Australia Pty Ltd
SIZE
1.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Caitos05 ,

Good ending

Good book and average ending to the series. I needed more. I needed our heroine to really put on a display of how strong and powerful she is after all that self doubt. Too repetitive. Loose ends needed tying. Still a gripping page turner!

missmaddykirbyxo ,

2/3 ain’t bad

No where near as great as the first two in the series (they are amazing). Overall a solid read though.

Lanabooks ,

Dull and a drag

The first two books were gripping and fast moving. Unfortunately this last book fell way short of them and was a struggle to get through. Cat’s endless self pitying and doubt became tiresome and repetitive. Then after all that self pity the ending was so rushed!
On another note the romantic monologues and speeches seemed to never end as well! I’m always one for romance in books but once again it became repetitive and I found myself skipping over pages.
A disappointing ending to an otherwise great story line.

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