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Flame Moon (A Flame Moon Novel Book 1) (English Edition) par [Jackson, K.J.]
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Lost Past. New Powers. Try not to fall in love.
Join the steamy adventure in this best-selling paranormal romance!

Skye Walters thought waking up on the side of a river with no memory was her biggest problem. She had no idea that the man who had saved her from drowning, the man she now depended on, Aiden, was more than mere mortal. A warrior of ancient.

No memory, nowhere to go, Skye stays in the mountain town, only to discover she herself, has unexplained powers. Her life, her destiny, are soon out of her control, as are her feelings for Aiden. The deeper Skye gets sucked into Aiden’s hidden world, the more the past, and who she really is, threatens her future, her love, her sanity.

The Flame Moon series is intended for mature audiences. There is violence, sexual situations, and language that isn't so polite.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 281 pages
  • Editeur : AWD Publishing; Édition : 4 (26 novembre 2013)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Flame Moon 24 septembre 2012
Par Jessica - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
After a kayaking accident results in a head injury, Skye Walters awakens with no memory of who she is, who the man that's staring at her is, and why she would go kayaking when she instinctively knows she's scared of water. Aiden knows Skye isn't faking her lack of memory and he knows that Skye is special. Aiden isn't a mere man, he's a retired supernatural warrior. Aiden takes his responsibility for Skye seriously and he knows he has to hurry and make sure that Skye can protect herself, because once the rest of the supernatural community is aware of her, she'll be in grave danger as she possesses a power capable of throwing off the balance between good and evil.

This is a diamond to have found on the freebie lists, as this is a very well written and engaging story. I really didn't want to give away too much in my plot synopsis (which I don't feel does justice to the story), because every reveal the book gives is a really big part of the fun for this.

Skye and Aiden are fabulous characters, rich and personal. Their chemistry is palpable and their struggle is heartbreaking. The secondary characters Charlotte and Triaten are equally engaging, and I hope the author has plans for future books with them. The politics of the community were interesting as well as their issues with "half-breeds." The fighting and training were well done and the love scenes between Skye and Aiden are very classy and not ostentatious. This author has a real talent for setting the atmosphere consistently throughout and creating a natural line of dialog.

If I had any problems with this, it would be a minor complaint. I did feel that the author relied heavily on characters withholding information at several points in the book. There were a few times where it just felt very convenient, and with the relationships that the four of these characters had as friends, it didn't feel right.

I was overall very impressed with this book and would happily recommend it.
129 internautes sur 133 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Premise was great, but... 28 janvier 2013
Par Mindy Claggett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I was able to download this book for free through Amazon Prime, so I figured it was worth giving it a shot for that price. I was intrigued by the premise, and I really, REALLY wanted to like the book, but it fell flat for me. I still like the premise, there's just not enough "meat" to the story. I thought the relationship between Skye and Aiden needed to be better developed. It went from acquaintances to "I want you" seemingly overnight. There was no build-up, no real romance. I wasn't convinced of Aiden as a love interest, anyway, and when I read any romance (be it PNR or otherwise), I want to be made to "fall in love" with the leading man too. That was NOT there in this book, at all.

I appreciated that Skye was written as a strong but not annoying woman. So many of these "strong" female leads are just bitchy, not actually strong. Skye never simpered, never swooned, and I liked that.

The lack of editing was VERY distracting, especially later in the book. Is it too much to ask for a comma here and there? I can overlook the occasional error in these indie books (and I've been reading a LOT of them lately), but this one is the worst I've come across so far.

This could be a good book with a solid re-write by the author, fleshing out the relationships more and writing a deeper story. And please find a good editor when you're done...
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Torn between 3/4 13 août 2015
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I see this book having three parts. It could easily be separated into a mini trilogy, and it was a good read. I think it was good on the author for making it one, and I liked it a lot. The characters were fun, entertaining, erred on the side of human, etcetera. It takes a new spin on mythology, and how "Gods" we're interpreted into Greek mythology.

Part 1: Memory Loss
Skye wakes up on a river bank next to Aiden. Aiden takes responsibility for her, and we learn the town and the mountainous area is inhabited be Pantheonites (and humans). We learn Skye is also a Pantheonite, hidden from the Pantheon race.

Aiden, Charlotte, and Triaten are friends coming together to protect Skye and they form a friendship through their hardships.
They must also defeat any transgressions set against Skye by the elders of Pantheonites and Malefics. We just don't know how the elders will respond to an unknown descendant of their race.

I'm not going to ruin it, but I don't think K.J. went into enough depth in Skye's background. We get the basic concept, but it only mentions juvie once, and not why she went in. We get she's a drifter, but not really why. Her sister hates her, but doesn't really go in depth other than abandonment issues.

Part 2: Kidnapped

Evan, a Malefic leader(?) Kidnaps and tortures Skye, wanting Skye's powers for themselves. Maiden thinks she betrayed him, and goes into a slump. Charlotte has to rally him up to save Skye.

This part is short, but it's still good. I don't think the bad guys got a good enough comeuppance, but it was decent enough.

Part 3: Recovery

Skye must heal not only the physical damage that happened over the month of torture she experienced, but the mental instability it left. PTSD to put it simply, and her brain is in defense, or left in a state of shock.

Things happen. That's all I can say without ruining anything.

I hate the ending. Not really THAT it happened, but HOW. There was no life-altering alternative for the elders. Not REALLY. I would still recommend it to readers.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Angst is too gentle a word 4 octobre 2016
Par K. M. Hill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Unlike K.J. Jackson’s novels Promise and Vow, Flame Moon did not make me cry heartfelt tears; it just frustrated me. My thoughts have nothing to do with historical vs. contemporary—I’ll read any genre—and everything to do with the stories and characters. I might have liked it better at half this length. I read to the middle of chapter 19 (way further than I wanted to), then skipped to read the last half of chapter 21 to get to the end. Some of the amnesia and PTSD parts were good. The sex got repetitive, as did the agonies and betrayals. Content includes gore, kidnapping, prolonged torture.

The romance was a nope. Ditto for the friends and lovers severely wounding each other on purpose out of anger during training. The narrative point-of-view was clunky: maybe eighty percent Skye and twenty from her three new friends, and it wasn’t mixed well. My favorite characters were Rafe (the heroic dog), and friends Triaten and Charlotte. Some elements similar to the 1996 Geena Davis movie The Long Kiss Goodnight. If you like stories as gritty as Flame Moon, you might like Boone Brux’s Bringer and the Bane series, starting with Shield of Fire. Sharon Shinn’s Mystic and Rider remains my go-to fantasy. Flame Moon bought for $0 on Kindle on 10-03-16.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I was very pleased. The story follows Skye 19 juillet 2014
Par Chelsea Heidt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I'll admit it--I had lower expectations for Flame Moon. But when I finally read it, I was very pleased. The story follows Skye, a girl who goes on a kayaking trip in Colorado, falls in the river, and wakes up with no memory. Without a memory, or really anything else, she is forced to depend on a group of people who are willing to help her until she can figure out where she came from, where she was going, and what she was doing. A group that includes, I might point out, her super hawtt kayaking guide, Aiden. Who's engaged to another woman. Oops. But the longer Skye stays, the more complicated things get, and they quickly trend into the realm of the supernatural, with the group Skye has fallen in with and Skye herself possessing various powers. There's action, there's romance, there's some cool training scenes, there's sex. Skye is a strong character who has made mistakes but is willing to struggle on, and while Aiden can be a bit possessive, and definitely wouldn't be a good romantic match for a lot of people, for them it works.

That said...there were still some issues. There were some run-on sentences, missing punctuation and typos every now and then, but they weren't rampant. There were a couple of big plotholes, which I would love to discuss but feel like I really can't without spoilers. Basically, though, someone wants Skye dead or turned evil, and sets up an elaborate plan to do it when in reality they could have just grabbed her from the get-go, and this someone also thinks that doing some things are definitely not in Skye's best interests are to protect her, explanations which I found lacking. The amnesia plotline and the matter of revealing a supernatural world to Skye results in a lot of info-dumping at the beginning of the book, which is never really a good thing. While I liked how Skye's returning memories were handled at first, that quickly ended, and suddenly Skye just remembered everything, which was very abrupt, and then suddenly we're expected to make connections with people and events in Skye's memories that were never explained, leaving me a bit baffled as to how Skye knew some of the things she did. I also thought the "climax" of the book came a bit early, which left a lot of story afterwards that didn't have as much propelling it, and I never really understood the Panthenite/Malefic conflict and what determines who is a Panthenite and who is a Malefic. Oh, and the sex was good, but I did get kind of tired of Skye screaming during it all the time.

Still, I found all of those issues relatively minor, and overall I really enjoyed Flame Moon. I would definitely recommend this to someone looking for a good paranormal romance, I look forward to reading the other two books in this trilogy.

3.5 stars out of 5.
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