Redbird Fires

Redbird Fires Michael immortal phoenix and caf owner is getting ready to for his rebirth Burning to death hurts like hell and he wants a little moral support He s hoping to enlist the help of his new boyfriend b

  • Title: Redbird Fires
  • Author: Madeleine Ribbon
  • ISBN: 9780990320715
  • Page: 275
  • Format: ebook
  • Michael, immortal phoenix and caf owner, is getting ready to for his rebirth Burning to death hurts like hell and he wants a little moral support He s hoping to enlist the help of his new boyfriend, but the relationship isn t turning out the way Michael thought it would.Michael s best customer and weekly coffee and gossip date, Avery, takes it upon herself to make sureMichael, immortal phoenix and caf owner, is getting ready to for his rebirth Burning to death hurts like hell and he wants a little moral support He s hoping to enlist the help of his new boyfriend, but the relationship isn t turning out the way Michael thought it would.Michael s best customer and weekly coffee and gossip date, Avery, takes it upon herself to make sure Michael knows he s getting played She also plans to hook up the handsome caf owner with her brother, a grouchy botany professor at the local college When Michael s boyfriend turns out to be a cheating asshole, Avery does everything in her power to push Michael and her brother together.Her plan has unexpectedly explosive results.

    One thought on “Redbird Fires”

    1. If I would follow the GR rating system this would be a one star - I didn`t like it.I`ll be damned if I know what I did just read. There was a Poenix-shifter, burning skin and flames, a gorilla called Ben, little kids with ouchies, a men-hating mother, a meddling bestie with baby, explosions, sex, irritating leaps in time, Ra, Egypt, rebirthmething like this.A story like an eel. Everytime it started to grab my attention it slipped away again = boring.Note: The story has 112 pages, not the 219 pag [...]

    2. I've been sleeping with who?! *Face palm*Spectacularly awkward! Takes a good friendship to keep sailing through this one. Good job, Avery. Now, Bren on the other hand is a dick--to be fair, it is genetic. That boy started at a disadvantage and just kept digging the hole bigger every time he opened his mouth. Thinken speak, idiot! His rough start transitions albeit not perfectly, but I bought into it. Of course, the smoking hot, plein air sexual interlude was both creative and naughty enough to c [...]

    3. That was a fun story I would have liked to See more of their relationship develop but the idea was really good

    4. 3 - 3 1/2 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book Reviewsmmgoodbookreviews.wordpress/Michael is the phoenix, an immortal being created by Ra, his five hundred year rebirth is approaching and he wishes he had someone to help him through the scary time. When he meets Dylan he thinks he might have found the man to help him, but he soon learns that trusting Dylan would be a huge mistake. Michael’s coffee shop friend Avery wants him to meet her brother, Bren, but when they do meet it isn’t in the g [...]

    5. My first phoenix-shifter story. It was intriguing. I enjoyed the mythology, the journey to Ra, the rebirth. I thoroughly enjoyed Michael, the red-headed Egyptian phoenix shifter with ancient Egyptian eye makeup permanently tattooed on his face. He was lovely and surprising and sweet and honest and refreshing.His friendship with Avery and all that happened between them was heartbreaking and sweet at the same time.I had a harder time with Bren, Avery's brother. He just seemed to switch too quickly [...]

    6. I loved this book! I’ve previously read another book by this author that had a completely new take on the afterlife, and this was, to me, a completely new take on shifters.Michael is a phoenix, a mythical creature that has to die (in flames!) every 500 years and be reborn again. He was created by the Egyptian god Ra several thousand years ago and has thus done the whole burn-and-resurrect-thing more times than he cares to remember. Since he’s essentially immortal he’s also done the love-an [...]

    7. This book really wasn't what I was expecting, it was so much more. It starts with with what I thought was going to be a standard story: a woman and a gay guy are BFF's and hang out in a coffee shop a lot while they try to fix each other up, with the twist being the phoenix. And then it veers off into original territory: Avery isn't a SWF and Michael's backstory and this version of the phoenix myth is intriguing. The friends have things in common (family) and differences (also family), but they j [...]

    8. The story started of really good. It was pretty fast-paced and had lots of cool twists. However I found a few things got brushed under a little such as Shin and Avery. I loved the story between Michael and Bren. I have to say the one twist with the phoenix being saved so they could be together was shocking, explosive and worth the whole book. I gasped and I cried, and chewed off with little nails I have to find out what Ra would do. I was pleasantly surprised. If you want to know what I ‘m ram [...]

    9. This was an enjoyable read. And the tie in with Ra, the sun God, was well done. The Phoenix in this version shifted many times during the story because he kept lighting himself on fire. He even almost burnt off his loves mouth at one point. Their love and HEA spoke to the things one would willingly give up for love and the sacrifices he/she might make. Fun secondary characters and light humour were used by the author to keep the story light, but I am sure that the pull to go over to the dark sid [...]

    10. 3.5 starsI haven't read many stories that involve phoenixes but this one was interesting. It was fun getting to know Michael and discovery what was new through his eyes was interesting. The ending was nice although I though Bren was a doofus for ignoring Michael's warning and falling into the nest. I disliked their mother for obvious reasons. Avery was a cool character to read about and I feel bad that her husband was cheating ass.

    11. I simply could't see the two MC's together. The relationship was too sudden. The dynamics changed to quickly for me. The overall story line was just ok. The blurb was good, but for me didn't really pan out.

    12. Reviewed by: Vivian A.Genre: M/M ParanormalRated: 4 hearts Check out the review at: Hearts On Fire Reviews

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