Title: Playing with Fyre
Series: Fyre & Ashes #1
Author: Logan Fox
Genre: Dark Stalker Romance
Release Date: May 31, 2021
Charlotte Ash: bright, young, traumatized, and my newest Art Therapy student.
I’ve taught many people how to conquer their demons through art. But Charlotte’s demons threaten to consume us both.
From the moment we lock eyes, I can't stop watching her, can’t get her out of my head. She haunts my dreams and awakens my most depraved desires.
I'm addicted to her darkness. I crave her pain.
And I want her in the worst way.
I know I'm a monster, but I can't bear to stay in the shadows anymore.
I need her by my side. Forever.
But what if my sweet Charlotte can't give me all I demand?
What if, instead of healing her, I leave her broken... just like me?
Playing with Fyre is the first book in the Fyre & Ashes series, a dark stalker romance. This book contains material some may find triggering, such as sexual violence, swearing, blood, and mature themes.
*** Please note: this book was first included as a short story in the Stalkers Anthology. It has been revised, and has additional content. ***
*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.
This book had me hooked by page one and it just kept going from there. Charlotte is taking an art therapy class after being a survivor of something horrid. He professor is Fyre and man is he hot. Charlotte cannot help but be attracted to him. Little did she know that he also stalking her to keep her safe. Full of dark themes, heat, and plenty of surprise we get a story that have you turning the pages until the hit the end. With a cliff hanger like this I am looking forward to book two so I can see what happens next. I really liked it so I give it 4/5 stars.
Hailing from the notoriously sunny South Africa, Logan Fox writes deliciously dark and twisted romance. Her books feature gruff, grumpy alphas that, although broken, can almost always redeem themselves to their feisty heroines. Her couples have enough chemistry to fog up an ice rink, and her stories the kind of the grit and grime she loves reading herself.