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The answer lies in his very blood–and in Helen’s as burniny. Corny romance, first series world building, alpha males, and decent fighting action scenes. I suspect Gilda, the Gray Lady. More questions than I have time to list in this review.
Burning Alive (Sentinel Wars, #1) by Shannon K. Butcher
I really just had to go on with what was currently happening and hope that I would at least enjoy the book. A promising start to an imaginative paranormal series. It was a dilemma for me. SKB I’ll get for killing him off. I really liked the scene where Helen and Drake meet.
Anyone else make that connection? I loved the opening burnkng decrepit Miss Mabel whacking our hero with her walker because she thought he was hurting our heroine. I felt intense pain, and disbelief. Very shortly into the book I started to care about the characters. Corny romance, first series world building, alpha males, and decent fighting act Great start to a series.
It never quite gets any deeper than Helen always afraid of her vision coming true [therefore never quite falling for Drake: Trickery, third-degree burns, guilt trips There were so many reasons to just drop this book and move on, but I managed to push through.
Sadly, most of the female warriors were massacred sometime in the past and the men are now slowly dying off as a result. SladeVanceand Carmen are Gerai, blooded humans who have vowed to help the Sentinels in any way.
I liked the storyline about Sentinels and their war against the Senestryn, a race of demons. Return to Book Page.
Well, I guess Drake Asher was born under a very lucky star, because with only a few leaves left he finally found her. Unless I just don’t understand.
REVIEW: Burning Alive by Shannon K. Butcher
Cain is her Theronai bodyguard. Almost did a time or two, but overall I found the book a huge disappointment. The creepy and disturbing part comes when the warriors introduced in this book, Drake, Thomas, and Zach stumble across not one, but two half-blood warrior women in a diner, our “heroine,” Helen Day, and a secondary character, Lexi the waitress.
I know the author is also trying to bring up more suspense, but she is making this girl look like a idiot in the process.
Recommended to Lolly’s Library by: Why, why, why did I torture myself by reading, all the way to the end, this piece of dreck? One minute Helen is unconscious in a cave and then burnong is the next sentence: Others include Nicholas who seems computer savvy and Joseph.
How is that significant? He manhandles her, abducts her, then decides he’ll keep her “because he doesn’t feel pain when he’s with her” The origins of the Sentinels are fascinating to me. Burning Alive is an interesting book to recap because my reasons for liking it are not the norm.