I was "patiently" awaiting this release. I loved the first book in the series, and the 2nd book did not disappoint. I highly recommend reading the first book Burn, as it will give you the back ground as to Harper and Knox. This is a paranormal read, and not your average shifter story. This series deals with demons, and they don't really play the villains. They are not good but they have their own set of rules and rulers that they follow.
In Blaze we continue with Harper and Knox, it picks up a couple of months where the Burn leaves off. In Blaze Harper's mom is kidnapped by a "rouge demon", as Knox tries to find Harper's mom - new developments come up. We learn about the 4 Horsemen and what kind of role they play in all the troubles that the demons are experiencing. Harper and Knox engage in their first fight. I must say - my heart stopped during their fight. I was not sure what was going to happen, which as a reader I love to experience the unexpected from the author.
Of course much like Burn, Blaze has a bunch of wonderful and hysterical scenes, specially Harper being Harper! I love her form of getting even, what she did to Belinda at the "shindig" was hysterical. Oh and Knox is just cut and dry! He as well as his demon do not care for anyone insulting or hurting Harper, that scene at the shindig with Alethea. It was so embarrassing for the "dolphin"(Alethea). But I really did enjoy how Knox put her in her place.
My favorite quote has to be... "I can be so totally terrifying that I scare even me. Why are you laughing? I'm serious, it's true. You just don't think so because you've never actually seen me that way. If you did, you'd freak out. Really, you would. I'm telling you, fully grown men have run the other way rather than face my when I'm in Berserker mode and - stop laughing!" lol
I really hope we will get to see something happen between Devon and Tanner, who says cats and dogs can't get together!!! The banter between the two of them, has to lead somewhere...please please please!!!!!