Fire Baptized by: Kenya Wright

Title: Fire Baptized
Author: Kenya Wright
Publisher: Dragonfairy Press
Pages: 276
Series: Habitat #1
Source: Author Request Review
Format: Paperback

My Thoughts:

This book was sent to me via the author for a honest and fair review.

The time is 1970’s and the world is seperated into Humans and Paranormal.  The paranormal live as second class citizens.  All sorts of paranormal live in a community.  They have various symbols to represent their race wings for fairies, full moon for vampires.  Our main character is Lanore Vesta who is a mixed breed marked with a silver X on her forehead.  She struggles to finish college and be the first supernatural being to do that.  Her roomate is MeShack who is a Were-cheetah, he is also her ex-boyfriend.  She also has a friend Zulu who wants to be more than a friend which Lanore has problems with as he is the head of the supernatural community and girls throw themselves at him.

On her way home from College she witnesses a murder and doesn’t stop it.  Now the murderer has her number leaving her a note on her apartment door which says “I see you too!”  Her friend Zulu has a security guard a fairy to keep her safe.  The Humans don’t investigate paranormal murders much they tend to drag their heels with them.  The murder stems back to a previous string of murders committed.  We also get to see the love triangel that Lanora has herself in with the men in her life.

What a great start to a series, where things are not what they appear!  I can’t wait to read her next book in this great series!

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