Mini-Review: Fire by L.C. Mawson

It only takes one night for the world to turn on its head…

green, nature

Finishing my second degree was supposed to be a quiet time of wrapping up my academic work and maybe making a friend or two before everyone left town. That was before the monsters started attacking.

I’ve always ignored the strange occurrences that tend to happen around me, but now these creatures are hunting me, everything I touch is erupting into flame, and all I’ve got to help is a guy I barely know, his reclusive sister, an invitation to train with a secretive magical faction, and a strange necklace that apparently belongs to the magical world’s most wanted…

I’m not used to trusting anyone, but as monsters close in, I don’t think I have a choice.

If you love kick-ass heroines and magical adventures, you’ll love FIRE, the first book in L.C. Mawson’s new F/F urban fantasy series, Daughter of Nature.

My thoughts

I love this cover. I saw this cover by MoorBook Designs and knew it was a must read before I looked at the author’s name and realized it was a must-read author of mine. Green is a refreshing cover background and I love nature so this really works for me and the story (chuckle).

There is a reason L.C. Mawson is a must-read author for me and just one of them is because of the diversity of the cast they always write and Fire is no different. The one thing that does stand out in this book versus her latest books is that they are back to bringing action to the forefront as this story moves fast and has lots of fire. (yes, this is a pun on words.)

Fire is a quick slow-slow-burn fantasy romance read. I gobbled it up and wanted the next one right away. I love the imagery and world building that Mawson has done for this series. There is a tie-in to another series, but you don’t need to read it to enjoy this one. There is lots of magic and mystery. I kind of think I guessed one clue already, I can’t wait to see if I’m right.

I am signed up and ready for my next book in the “Daughter of Nature” series and I can’t wait.

I received a free copy of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 5 out of 5.




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Further Details:

Published by: April 30th 2022
Cover Design by: MoorBooks Design.
Series: Daughter of Nature Book 1; Settings: United Kingdom
Pages: 168
Secondary Characters include: Neurodiverse, Disabled, Non-Binary, Lesbian, and Poly


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