Published by Self Published on September 13, 2013
Genres: Paranormal, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy
Source: Personally Purchased
Lynn Hana Alexander is a 25-year-old Japanese American shape-shifter haunted by guilt. She’s been questioning herself and her dragon abilities ever since she failed to save her grandmother.
When her best friend is threatened by mysterious fires burning up acres of West Texas, Lynn rushes to the rescue determined not to fail again. However, with a tempting firefighter, a flirty city developer and dragon pheromones distracting her, how is she going to find the arsonist?
And worse: is her primary suspect a malicious rogue dragon or the love of her life?
Wildfire by Mina Khan is a nontraditional type of paranormal. With dragon shifters and cowboys set in Texas…how could one go wrong?
Wildfire is a great example of what I love about self-published books. It keeps that nontraditional and free spirited edge to every page. I think the author nails it by calling it “a paranormal mystery with romantic elements. It is not a traditional romance.” Although it certainly did have some romantic elements, I would certainly not define it as romance either. It had a slight Urban Fantasy feel with the mystery background and character development.
Lynn is a Japanese American dragon shifter who finds herself luered to Pleasant Valley Texas where her best friend resides. Lynn finds more than she expected in so many different ways. The development of the story was clear and well written. With some hot cowboys/firefighters thrown in the mix the adventure contained on the pages was yummy and fun! I think any paranormal or urban fantasy fan would appreciate and enjoy Wildfire!
I rate Wildfire 4 out of 5 Bullets!
I personally purchased Wildfire. All opinions are my own and were not influenced in any way.