Wednesday, February 26

Rapid Review: Walking in Fire by Cathryn Cade

The first book in the Hawaiian Heroes series by Cathryn Cade was super smokin hot, and not just from the lava. Last year, I was lucky enough to win the book from a contest that the author ran on Delilah Devlin's blog. It took a while for me to read it, but once I did I wondered why I kept putting it off.  Let's just say that I kept picturing a cross being Alex O'Laughlin (Hawaii 50) and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. *closes eyes and sighs*

This was an unique and interesting take on the local mythology.  I don't want to spoil things for you, so let's just say that this story gives us a new take on old Hawaiian legends, and leave it to you to read all about.  There was a nice mix of action and romance with the two protagonists starting off very confrontational with each other. Watching the sparks fly between two characters fighting their feelings always adds to a great novel. Throw in some danger, some misunderstanding and you get a quite lively read.  I gave this 4 stars on Goodreads.

Born to defend his people, he will sacrifice everything—for her.

Hawaiian Heroes, Book 1

Nawea Bay, a remote Hawaiian paradise, is just the haven Melia Carson needs to escape the chill of heartache. Instead, she finds herself swept up in a tropical heat wave, fueled by her unexpected attraction to a handsome native she meets on a snorkel tour.

He’s big, powerful, hot enough to melt her defenses—and he’s not all he seems. How else could he survive an injury that should have killed him…and why does she dream of him garbed in ancient native dress and wreathed in flames?

David “Malu” Ho’omalu is on the Big Island to find and destroy a cache of dangerous designer drugs before they can be sold to his people. Fending off amorous female tourists is part of the job, but one look in Melia’s blue eyes, and his instincts scream that she is his.

As Melia surrenders to the desire burning between them, she discovers more than a fiery heritage that defies modern logic. She discovers a man who would descend into the molten heart of the volcano to protect his island. And her…if she can find the strength to trust her heart to him.

Product Warnings
Hot, hot Hawaiian hero with volcanic passion on his mind. Better pack a heat-proof bikini for this island paradise.

Available at the following retailers:
Amazon     BN     Kobo     ARe


  1. Ooo sounds good. Never heard of them. Will have to check em out :)

  2. Oh, it was really, really good. There was a scene in the book where the men were doing the traditional fire dancing and I was all but panting in my imagination. *grin* What can I say, the imagination is strong in this one..... lol


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