Ana’s Review of Children of Mist & Fire Book 2: “Cloaked In Mist” by Nancy Corrigan

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The Children of the Mist and Fire have been released due to Global Warming which has melted their resting place starting Ragnarok, The end and beginning of the world as predicted by the Norse Gods, only this time there may not be a beginning. What happened to the Norse Gods was well planned, in case they were destroyed to save the world from destruction. The gifted humans will play a big role in this battle between the Children of the Mist and the Demons of Fire

Nikki inherited a gift as a descendant of the one that beheaded Loki, she has been gifted with the qualities of Loki, The Trickster. She is perfect at deception and thievery, qualities that the Government relies on for ulterior purposes, although she is not praised for her accomplishments. This has made her a loner always thinking the worse of everyone. She claims a Warden while on a mission without realizing she is binding him to her for eternity and the important role she will play in the battle to save the world. She must use all her trickery to sate the desire she feels for the warrior.

Lyal is a Warrior Child of the Mist cousin to the eldest Warrior, Rune. He has sworn to never trust a woman, or mate after having been tricked by Loki. He despises The Trickster and will not accept the one he knows to be his mate, especially when he discovers that the god she is gifted with is Loki. Will he succumb to death by avoiding her, or will he succumb to the desire and lust that she invokes in him. Will he allow himself to be tricked again?

Will the Children of the Mist and the unmated Children of Fire form an alliance to fight the Evil Demons’ of Fire?

There is not as much passion in this one, but the desire they both feel for each other is palpable and when they finally come together it is explosive.

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