Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Fallen Flame by J.M. Miller WITH REVIEWS

Title: Fallen Flame
Series: Fallen Flame #1
Author: J.M. Miller
Genre: YA Fantasy
Release Date: June 19, 2017
Cover Photo and Design: Regina Wamba of Mae I Design
Cover Model: Jenessa Andrea
Nineteen years ago, on the island kingdom of Garlin, a girl was born. With charred skin as rough as rock, Vala was instantly feared. For how could one be scorched by magic when it had perished ages before?
Recognizing an asset, the royal family welcomed her on their Guard. Her detail: the prince.
To watch. To protect. She has grown with him, lives her life for him. 
When the high kingdom’s princess comes to assess the prince, assassins of rival courtiers come to claim his life. One nearly succeeds in his mission. But with shadowy movements and charred skin like her own, Vala knows he is not like the rest.
As threats to the prince continue and questions about Vala’s life begin to rise, she faces a fear worse than fire or water, worse even than losing him. 
She fears finding out who she truly is.

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5 Stars 
This book drew me in from the beginning.  I absolutely loved it.  This book has very strong characters and does not disappoint. 
Vala grew up on this island but always felt like an outcast even when she was around her long time friend Prince Caulden.  When she was old enough she became
The Lead on the Prince’s guard.  Then one night everything had changed between her and the Prince and a mystery man they call The Shadow.  Vala doesn’t really know what she is because she is the only one like herself.  Or is she?  She hasn’t been outside of the land she grew up in so she doesn’t know what is beyond what is is use to. 

Prince Caulden is struggling with a decision he has to make whether he should listen to his heart or he needs to do his duty to his people as a whole. 

I would recommend this book to everyone who loves paranormal romance

Fallen Flame by JM Miller
5 Stars

This review is based off my own thoughts and options. Its not influenced by the author or anyone affiliated with the book. 

I loved this book and give it 5 stars. This story follows young Vala, a guard that's committed to protect the prince of Garlin. She was found as a baby and raised in the Kingdom but she isn't like anyone else. Her skin is charred, water is painful and she burns those who touch her. She believes she is cursed by magic but what she discovers about herself is miraculous.  
Fallen Flame is the first book in this series. The world created is intriguing and unique.  It's unlike any story I've ever read and left me wanting more. It's well written, full of action and suspense. I definitely recommend this book to anyone that enjoys magic, fantasy, or just loves books in general

Reviewer - “I loved this unique magical story from beginning to end. The easy pace really made it hard for me to stop, I could have easily finished this book in a day. But the way it was written with the steady flow of information really kept me at the easy pace.”

Blog Review - “Fantastical, Mystical, Magical!! Book One in the Fallen Flame series, and it is a great start. J. M. Miller has a wonderful imagination to create the wonderful world of Garlin.”

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While the tingles in my red-orange skin slowly ascended into pain, the air biting as everything started to reform, a hard clanking noise outside the back door drew my attention. I slid into my thin underclothes, grabbed hold of my sword, then rushed toward the door. Knowing that sound was out of the ordinary, I was prepared to scour the garth and small area of trees behind the house, even search the neighbors’ land to find the cause. I hadn’t expected to open the door and find Xavyn standing a mere foot away, hood drawn and arms crossed as if I’d kept him waiting too long at the narrow back doorstep.I pointed my sword toward his chest and glanced around him, scanning the darkness. “What are you doing here?”“Following up.” The words were slow. As his hand reached up and removed the hood, his human eyes traversed my face, swallowing the details of my reforming skin in an intense, almost penetrating way.I realized then that I had no cloak, no mask. And for some reason, I wondered if I should take the time of throwing them on … before ending his life. He’d seen me in this state on Prince’s Night, but that was an instant, a moment amid darkness and chaos. Not this closely. I growled at him, digging the tip of my blade into the black leather at his chest, my regrowth pain dissolving as my anger took control.“Are you going to let me in or would you rather call attention to your treason?” he asked, his voice still holding a softness that grated me.“Quit staring at me that way and you can come in.”

J.M. Miller currently consumes her coffee in Florida.
When she isn't busy being distracted by social media sites, she writes Young Adult and New Adult romance novels that vary in genre from contemporary to paranormal.
Aside from spending time with her family, she loves to travel and will jump at the chance to go anywhere, whenever life allows.


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