Fire, Book Three

Fire V2Elemental magic is a weapon of power, on both sides of the war.

The Seven has another leader, Kaitlyn is a new mother, and everyone is busy building their armies. During one battle, the secret to Akasha is discovered, and the race to master it is on. With all eyes on the prize, what matters most gets left behind. It is up to Kaitlyn to preserve the planet in the wake of the pure destructive power of Akasha, and the humans who wield it.

‘Fire’ is a contemporary eco-fantasy, the third of a four book series. This novel contains adult language and sexual situations.

Praise for Fire:

“This series just keeps getting better. Fire is my favorite so far!” and “Lots of action and more fun banter. Another cliffhanger ending has me hoping to be able to read Earth soon!” – from WiLoveBooks

“Harmony is a fabulous writer. I have said this before but Harmony isn’t afraid to push the envelope when it comes to sensitive matters. She gives it her all…even adding the gritty stuff. And you can tell that when she writes, she doesn’t just throw something together. She knows her stuff and it shows in the creative story she produces. Her books are different than anything out there.” – from I Read Indie book blog

  1. I had to start this book as soon as I finished the second. Luckily I had them all bought and downloaded from I books and had free access when I needed it. This book sparked my respect for Kaitlyn, not that I didn’t have it before but what she did on that boat in the beginning, well I couldn’t even imagine the strength that took.
    Again fantastic details in this book as well, right down to a mothers first breast feeding, which is always unique.
    I was amazed at how long Kaitlyn had to herself, to really start a new life, before Micah found her. I was also a bit saddened to eventually realize that of course her amazing new life on Easter Island couldn’t last.
    I feel like you captured pretty accurately the effects a baby has on most people, by writing about how quick Kaitlyn made new friends in such a strange new place.
    I was disappointed at first with what happened to Cato, but change is of course to be expected and sometimes it has to be drastic.
    What happened at the end of this book was astonishing and to be honest i thought all along the hero of the story would save the day. But then where would we be,right? Without a fourth book?
    The state of the union was a very nice touch although it certainly brought alot of concerns for the world after…..what could possibly be done to fix everything that went so drastically wrong?

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