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Breathless (Blue Fire Saga Book 1) by [Prussing, Scott]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews
Book 1 of 8 in Blue Fire Saga (8 Book Series)

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  • File Size: 1322 KB
  • Print Length: 254 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004U6WM7E
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews
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Breathless. By Scott Prussing.

Scott provides us with a new and enjoyable take on Vampires and Vampire Hunters.

Just one of the things that made this story fly by at a record-breaking speed is the beautiful way Scott Prussing writes, he has a fantastic way with words that allows the book to have a nice flow to it.

Breathless is a thoroughly enjoyable story. Involving around your main character Leesa a smiley happy character.
Rave not your average guy, something so much more! A Volkaanne AKA Vampire hunter.
And then we have Stefan, a Vampire who in a way develops a bit of a soft spot for Leesa.

These three characters are brilliantly written. I would love to have seen more of Stefan.
Even all the background characters were enjoyable and loveable.

The story itself is brilliant. It flies by. My only very slight criticism is... Maybe there should be a little bit more action. The kind that makes your heart pound. The twists and turns that make's you sit on the edge of your seat just dying to know what is going to happen on the next page. But saying this, it is just a mere criticism, because even without this I found it highly enjoyable and will be going onto the next book.

Scott Prussing is a new author to me, and I'm very glad to have found him through a social book group.

I very highly recommend reading this great story. Especially if you like Breathless Kisses, Kisses that could Kill if you get too invested in said kiss... Blue Fire, Hot Vampire Hunters, and even hotter Vampires!
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Looking for the next book and hoping it's as good as this one. Need to use up the words which is why I hate leaving reviews LOL
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College freshman Leesa Nyland has been fascinated by vampires since she was a small child. That's when her mother began acting strangely, saying that the sunlight hurt her skin because she had been bitten by a one-fanged vampire.
This doesn't mean Leesa believes in them. Nor does she believe in blue fire, people living for centuries, or kisses that can kill. But when her brother disappears, she's forced to consider these and more. She knows her new boyfriend, Rave, likes her a lot, but why won't he kiss her?
As she draws closer to finding her brother, can Leesa cure her mother? Should she continue seeing Rave, when he exposes his dangerous secret? And should she make the ultimate sacrifice to save her brother?

This is a great paranormal romance story, but it is also full of intrigue and danger. Leesa is a college freshman, who's mother has always insisted that she had been bitten by a one-fanged vampire. Leesa has a healthy scepticism with regards to the existence of vampires, but soon comes to realise there's more truth to her mothers stories than she ever imagined. Leesa is a fantastic character. She is a shy teenager, who has overcome a lot of obstacles with the help of her brother, Bradley. When he goes missing, she takes it upon herself to try to find him. She meets Rave, who is a vampire hunter. Rave is a fascinating and dangerous character. He's tall, dark and handsome. But I certainly wouldn't want to be a vampire when he's around! Then there's Stephan! He's one sexy vampire! Enough said!
This story is in essence a romance novel, but there are elements of intrigue and danger that kept me turning the pages. I loved the inclusion of one-fanged vampires, as most vampire stories make them out to be perfect, with no flaws.
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I don't often read young romance, but I was pulled into this one with the promise of vampires, and I'm glad was. Great female main character, though not everyone's cup of tea, I'm sure. Some good descriptive writing. It was one of those stories that seemed to go from one disaster to another, but there was enough other stuff going on to carry it through. I liked this little tale of scary vampires and their hunters. It didn't emphasize too much on the vamps, and more on the life of the main female. I would say a good page turner and definitely recommended for the older generation aswell as young adult.
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Leesa's off to College and what should be and exciting and scary time is tinged in sadness as she's heading to the College where her brother attended...and disappeared.

All she's got is an email, a name and some far fetched myths to go on.

She'll do anything to save Bradley but with so little to go on it's not a quick process and she is still in College. Friends are made and new things experienced , a complete first for Leesa.

This is definitely some of the better Twilight fan fiction written and although there are alot of similarities between the two stories there are some big differences aswell.

Leesa is a great heroine. Honest, kind and flawed with an inner strength to do what's needed and not be selfish for her own gain like alot you read about.
There are two main men in this tale, Rave and Stefan. Both are intriguing and I want to hear more from them in coming books.

No editing errors that I noticed and the dialogue had an easy modern flow to it true to the characters ages.

There was so much in this book and the ending wrapped things up nicely so you could read this as a stand alone book but if you want more there are plenty left in this series.
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