I really enjoyed reading the story of Anna Draekus and Nevin Daniels. They needed some patience and persistance in order to overcome their difficulties and to have their happy ending. It is not necessary to read this book to understand the Parallel series, but it really adds richness to their world.
I highly recommend this terrific short fill-in to Knight's Parallel series. I am not the proud owner of a magical Kindle, but I read this when it was offered as an Amazon short. If you are a fan of the series you'll recognized Anna and Nevin and I loved them both here. Nevin was especially appealing as the capable warrior leader who is so very attracted to Anna that he's unable to talk to her, until one day he manages to flirt a bit. But he doesn't plan on pursuing her because he's in his maturity (which means he's past breeding age) and she's a sweet young thing. These two finally connect when they are on a mission and their craft is disabled. Their coming together is very steamy and holds some surprises for the two of them.
A Madjin, Lt. Anna Draekus has spent the majority of her life protecting the king. Unsure of what has happened, she is brought before a panel of her peers and is questioned by none other than Lieutenant Nevin Daniels, the one man guaranteed to make Anna pant. For years he has been the subject of her fantasies. When she is told to accompany him on a day mission, she doesn't hesitate to obey. When that mission turns into four days of solitude, Anna still doesn't refuse Nevin anything. And I mean ANYTHING.
I liked Parallel Fire very much. I found Nevin and Anna's feelings and fears to be noteworthy and realistic. Nevin worried about his age since he was so much older just like any man would do. Their passion for each other was steamy and sultry and wicked hot. I blush just thinking about it! Parallel Fire is worth reading - I should know. I've read it twice!