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Fused in Fire

Fire and Ice Trilogy, Book 3
Narrated by: Nicole Poole
Series: Fire and Ice (Breene), Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 59 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

The jaw-dropping conclusion to the best-selling Fire and Ice Trilogy!

I thought the threat from Seattle was finished. That we showed up in time and took care of business.

I hate being wrong. It really ruins my day.

When Roger, the alpha of the North American pack, shows up at my door with the news that a demon has made it to the Underworld with knowledge of me, some hard decisions have to be made.

Do I stay above ground, with all my magical friends, and wait for the battle to come to me? Or do I seek the demon out, and pluck the threat out by the root?

I don't want my friends to die on my behalf. I could never live with myself. But if I venture into the Underworld, it'll be the most perilous journey of my life.

This time, it isn't just my life hanging in the balance, it is my eternity.

©2017 Hazy Dawn Press, Inc. (P)2017 Hazy Dawn Press, Inc.

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Excellent Performance, great trilogy

Nicole Poole is one of my favorite narrators, every character has a different voice so it is easy to follow. The story is full of humour and was hard to stop listening. Loved every book.

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  • Trina H
  • Brisbane, Australia
  • 04-10-2018

Hard to turn off

An intriguing book that I wanted to keep listening to. The development and description of the underworld and its characters was well written. Loved the ending, although it ended without having to read another book, I would like to see more of the main characters future.

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Spoilt by reader Nicole Poole.

By this Book three, the female main character was made to sound a total twit by the reader. The male love interest sounded far more realistic which made his character seem an idiot for being interested the twit.
The story wasn’t bad....

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  • Summer Gajewski
  • 17-05-2018

Hopefully this is not the last book

Book is great. The ending feels like a cop out. you never get to meet someone who should be a main character.

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  • Lily Mordaunt
  • 02-04-2018

I enjoyed this book, but…

I enjoyed this book (and the previous two of the trilogy), my only problem is it felt a little anticlimactic. But if you’ve made it this far, you should definitely see it through to the end.
I love that there are still random surprises for us to learn about Reagan (like an unusual childhood pet), and the growth and development of each of the characters.

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  • Michelle
  • 16-02-2018

A Let Down

Even after being disappointed with book 2, I still had to give book 3 a try to find out the end. Sadly I was even more disappointed with this one. I was looking forward to a big wrap up. What I found was a story that dragged on with no real purpose. Chapter after chapter of weird circus towns and desserts with weird events taking place but nothing truly exciting. So after enduring slow uneventful story lines it ends with no real climax. Just "My boring trek through hell is complete and now I'll just lay low with my hot vampire lover who truly is in love with me even though vampires shouldn't be capable of love. But I'm not even going to look into that because I'm laying low." It ends like the author just lost interest and said "I'm bored so end it here". Just was expecting better.

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  • CCW
  • 19-01-2019

Weak link in series

The series has been 5 stars up until this book. It doesn’t have The Wh o

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  • MsNing
  • 04-08-2018

Great

Ok I love this series and it got better when she finally mated with Darius the only negative is how the series ended she doesn’t even meet her dad there was no huge battle yes she learned to combine her power and killed some hard level demons but seriously that is not an epic ending for a good series it really needs more books the ending was lacking

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  • flsassygirl
  • 26-03-2018

Last book trilogy of Fire & Ice

I love the plot. It seems that the author should spend less time on the in-depth description of their sex together & the repeating of explanations of who’s who & what they do. There are several instances of describing other characters every few pages. Once or twice is fine, but not every time someone other than the main characters at needs describing as if the reader doesn’t get who they are after the 2nd explanation of what the minor character is & their role to main people. It makes me feel as if the author is trying for extra words to fill in space. We don’t need to be told over & over & over the role of those characters. I like the plot, will there be another? Does her father approach her? Does she return to the underworld to seek him out or does he come to her? Did Lucifer have feelings for her mother? So many ways to take these. Does Vlad make an alliance with Lucifer or other powerful fallen angels?
See what I mean. It doesn’t have to end here with all the questions unanswered.
Can Darius get her pregnant? Too many unanswered dangling parts. Please consider more books or a large one that stand alone after reading the 1st 3. Thank u 4 ur time. Keep them coming.

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  • Erin Seghesio
  • 03-04-2018

Disappointing Ending

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

No, I was so irritated about the lack of ending, that it still makes me mad

Would you ever listen to anything by K.F. Breene again?

No

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  • BonQuiQui
  • 28-04-2019

worth the listen

Awesome series, however the very ending felt flat to me. it's still work a read/listen

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  • Delinda
  • 17-04-2019

Hmm ... interesting

Spoiler alert! Don't read this if you don't like spoilers.

Thought I had this series figured out. It was pretty good. But please don't turn our kick butt heroine into a drippy mushy housewife. I'll drop this series like a hot potato.

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  • M. Grasso
  • 21-03-2019

Great series

This is last book in the trilogy and it Allis coming together. Reagan and Darius are a true pair. She is now realized her powers and their is some serious fun and action in the demon realm. Dont kiss out. Narration is great. The heroine is snarky and i love the personality.

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  • Mrs. C. Hunt
  • 07-05-2018

Fused by Fire

This is a great round up of the first two books. K. F. Breene has made this one even more exciting with new pairals at every turn. Again brilliantly read by Nicole Poole her voice brings the story alive.

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  • Sara M.
  • 13-03-2018

felt unfinished

The ending did not satisfy me at all. You would think there is a fourth book.
Otherwise, lots of actions, humor.

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  • Natalie
  • 04-11-2017

A bit dissapointing book will be returned.

I really liked the first instalment of this trilogy and eagerly antisipated the audible release of books 2 and 3. As always I loved the characters and love Nichole Poole as a narrator.

It started with promise but by the midway point I felt a bit deflated with the feeling that the book was not going to go the way I was hoping it would.

I just felt this book was a bit of a let down and that sooo much more could have been done should another avenue been taken for the story to go.