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Breathless (Blue Fire Saga Book 1) by [Prussing, Scott]
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4.2 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
Book 1 of 8 in Blue Fire Saga (8 Book Series)

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  • Language: English
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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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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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Terrible, typical teenage girl-aimed tripe. The typical cliche heroine who is so amazingly beautiful "but doesn't know it" (yeah right - she expects to bit hit on when she goes to the parties - take it from someone who ISN'T amazing beautiful, you do not have guys coming up to you if you're not stunning. I am so sick of the heroines of these stories being like that, so beautiful but oh so unaware of their own beauty, give me a break). The typical cliche hero who is so ridiculously handsome the main female character of course falls for his amazingly rock hard abs/handsome face/blah blah blah straight away. What irritated me most though was how they were saying they loved each other and they hadn't even known each other two weeks! It's just all so empty - they only seem to love each other because they're both so stunningly beautiful. The actual premise of this story was really good and had lots of potential, but for me personally was ruined by terrible 2D main characters with zero substance or appeal. I just didn't care what happened to them at all.
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This is a review for Breathless, book one of the Blue Fire Saga by Scott Prussing.
This book was something of a mixed bag. There were elements of it that I really enjoyed and other elements that were somewhat frustrating.
The opening scene is great – a woman stumbles out of the woods claiming to have been bitten by a distinctive one-fanged vampire. You’re then immediately introduced to a somewhat unique concept that differs from the traditional vampire lore and I actually really quite liked this aspect of the book. As well as the vampires, you have the grafhym, which are semi-vampires of a sort, the ones who didn’t transition properly. You also have the volkaanes, the vampires’ nemeses who hunt them and kill them with the kiss of death. I don’t know where Prussing got the concepts from, whether they’re adapted from old Scandinavian folklore or if he made them up, but this new and fresh take on what is at risk of becoming a tired genre was welcome.
Unfortunately, Prussing’s writing style in terms of plot devices let the concept down somewhat. While I could just about swallow Leesa’s reason for being at that particular college, there were other aspects of the story that just stretched my credulity too far. While I was happy to romp along with supernatural creatures, I did balk a little at the idea that any respectable university would run a serious course in “Vampire Science”. It was also an odd meld of old lore and new – vampires can go out in daylight but they don’t have a reflection. Personally I’ve always thought that’s one of the sillier parts of vampire lore and perhaps it was my personal opinion that jarred me out of the story, but I wished Prussing had been braver. If he was going to write a fresh take on vampires, he should have gone all the way with it.
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