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Singe (The Hailey Holloway Series Book 2) by [Stewart, K.C.]
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Hailey has been taken.

She was alive and had a dragon boyfriend with a shiny new body. Life was fantastic. Or it was until she was drugged and pulled right off the street. Hailey finds herself no match for the supernatural world. Will Dak come after her or did their latest battle of arrogance verses stubbornness ruin her chances of rescue?

Dacea has two Mates.

Word of his return was making its way through the dragon world and all the way to his runaway Mate. After hundreds of years of searching and wondering, Katherine was back and making herself at home. Dacea is stretched thin as he looks for Hailey and attempts to keep Katherine from moving in.

Silas has a secret.

His mind is set and he’ll tear through whatever gets in his way. With a little more research he hopes to have his suspicions confirmed. And when they are, his discovery will change everything.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1640084) out of 5 stars GREAT sequel! Oct. 5 2014
By Maghon Thomas - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
OK! Well this one gets even better! Because Hailey and Dak solved one problem, now we’re on to the next. I am going to try really hard not to spoil anything for you here. OK, so Hailey found a way to help Dak, but now she needs the help. After overcoming her “illness” at the end of book one, she needs to help him get his head out his… yeah that. And in the process, she is kidnapped. Now, we meet some new characters, and I love them too! Silas isn’t the biggest baddest guy anymore, someone else from Dak’s past is very intent on hurting Hailey. And some from the present are bent on keeping Dak in his place, which is not with the dragons.

Hailey has grown so very much. She is still a little lacking on confrontations, but she is so much better. She will stand up for herself, and she will find a way to get back up when she’s knocked down. She’s also becoming great at helping others around her. I can’t say much more without telling you actual things and then spoiling it for you. :)

Dak is learning that his way is not always the right way, and women need to be treated kind, not ordered to do things. He’ll learn. And then he really gets a nice swift kick in the booty when Hailey gets kidnapped. He will do anything to find her and get her back. And now, he’s got a whole new enemy.

This one is awesome. We see our favorite characters and meet great new ones. The plot has just blown the roof off and now with this new threat I can’t wait to see where we’ll get to go!! GIMME GIMME BOOK THREE, like right now! pretty please. 5 PAWS, 5 Dragon CLAWS, 5 everything! Well done!! :)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Caryn Watz (Watz Books and Teasers) - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Highly addictive I couldn't put it down once I started I had to finish it but at same time didn't want to. The secrets and the love and fighting is what brings the characters to life and makes it almost real. the storyline was a bit of a shock to me but makes me wonder how things will work out from here.

Finding out the truth can hurt more than not knowing. Fate is twisted and loves throwing a curveball buy your copy today to see what is installed for them.

I can't wait to read scorched and see what happens next.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1640510) out of 5 stars fun light read Aug. 19 2014
By Jeannie Zelos - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Singe, (Hailey Holloway 2), K.C. Stewart
Review from jeannie zelos book reviews
I enjoyed book one, but felt that with Dak being in Hailey’s mind most of the while I didn’t really get the chance to see the characters together, but now they’re finally separated how will the romance develop? As far as Dak is concerned Hailey is his Mate; that’s it, she’ll move in and they’ll be fine. He’s forgotten though that humans don’t always move that fast...and Hailey isn’t a sweet little obedient miss, but a grown woman with her own plans and doesn’t take to being told what to do- even if its what she wants...
So, they're working on that, getting along well. Dak is impatient to get Hailey moved in and can’t understand why she isn’t ready. It’s a kind of culture difference though and he can see that, and knows he needs to walk carefully around Hailey's feelings. Then she’s kidnapped and he’s distraught. I had the awful horror that we were not going to see Hailey and Dak together in this book either when that happened, but its not so. Phew! The kidnapping opens up a variety of plots, there’s Katherine – his ex Mate who’s decided she’s back to stay, and Hailey is an interloper. She wants Dak after leaving him hundreds of years ago, after their brief, disastrous relationship. She has her own reasons for that, and isn’t giving in to Hailey. Silas of course isn’t hiding, but planning his next moves and he’s keeping a huge secret that will affect all their lives.
Its a fun read, and I enjoyed it more than the first book. The Dragon v Human differences which Dak and Hailey struggled with were very real feeling. Its kind of accepted that Shifter Alphas are very dominant and tend to give out commands rather than requests, and of course with Hailey having grown up relying inly on herself it’s easy to see why that causes friction. There’s allowances need to be made on both sides if they’re to live HEA. Katherine, the Ex, was a great “bad” lead. I love those, a real B-itchy character adds so much to the scene and creates lots of drama. There were a few quite gruesome moments in what’s essentially a light read....I wasn't expecting that, but it did fit in with the action at the time. Boo the cat – loved him, and he adds another interesting facet. Lia gets a surprise in this novel, something she’d hoped for but almost given up on.
I did struggle a bit with Silas in this part, he was so evil last time, so full of hate and revenge that even though there was a plausible explanation I just found him too different in character, and Dak and the others a little too accepting of his changes. Still, it worked well at the end. Some of the questions that puzzled me in book one were answered in this book. There were quite a few typos/grammar errors here, but they were only minor irritations. I noticed especially the peek/peak/pique one that another reviewer mentions, and one that crops up time after time after time in fantasy/paranormal and really annoys me. Rouge – Rogue. Two very different things! When someone goes lawless it makes them a Rogue. Rouge is a red face powder, and when I read about shifters going Rouge I have a mental vision of them as some kind of over done, badly made up drag queen....and that’s not the image the authors intend Winking smile
Stars: Four.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa16408d0) out of 5 stars because I loved it just as much as I loved the first ... Nov. 14 2014
By FollyB - Published on
Format: Paperback
I am so excited to be reviewing this book, because I loved it just as much as I loved the first book, Spark. I actually think I enjoyed this book even more than the first book! In this book, there is some tension in the relationship between Dak and Hailey, which I think, only made their bond stronger. There was plenty of romance in this book to make my heart explode with happiness.

""Hailey, you are my Céile. My Mate, my partner, the one thing that makes me real." He kissed her, soft and assuring. He told her with his body what he had trouble expressing with his worlds. "I love you, Céile.""

There were some things revealed in this book that came as huge surprises that I really enjoyed. In the book, Hailey gets kidnapped by Silas. At first, I obviously hated Silas, but by the end of the book, I loved his character. I won't say why (no spoilers!), but I was pleasantly surprised with the development of his character. If you are a fan of Dak and Hailey (like me!) you do not have to worry about a love triangle between Dak, Hailey, and Silas. However, Dak's ex-mate tries to take Dak back, which adds some drama to the story.

I just love this book series so much. The dragon aspect is something I enjoy so much about this series. I also love the romance, action, and mystery that occur in every book. I cannot wait for the next book, Scorch, to come out. I will be reading it the day that it comes out! I really enjoy this book series, and I highly recommend it to anyone who loves paranormal romances.

4 . 5 / 5 Fangs

Cliffhanger: No

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa16409b4) out of 5 stars The story gets better and better Aug. 18 2014
By Brony83 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors that Rock
Rating 5 fangs

Singe is book two in the Hailey Holloway series. I recommend that book one, Spark is read first.

Book two is full of action and does not disappoint in being an excellent follow on. Plenty of room is left for book three with unfinished business.

My new favorite kooky heroine is back. Hailey Holloway could be my new best friend – obviously if she was real. Her wit, sarcasm and strength are back and demonstrated whilst she is being held hostage. Here she was enjoying life with her mate Dacea who was finally back in a real body, when she is drugged and kidnapped off the street. She is kept comfortable whilst held captive and meets Alex, in the adjoining cell, who we find out has been missing from his mate for several years.

Dacea re-enlists the help of muse Lia and witch Darby to help find his mate. This is not made easy with the return of his short-term mate of 750 years ago, Katherine.

Whilst Silas is redeeming himself from being the sadistic monster of book one, his place as evil villain is taken by Katherine. The harpy will do everything she can to win her mate back, and not because she loves him, but because she sees him as a prize.

Meanwhile Silas has a secret. He may have found the baby sister he thought dead for so many years. He will do what it takes to secure his part in her life, even if it means joining forces with the enemy.

I highly recommend this series. The characters are so likeable that I feel invested in their lives. I found myself cheering for the faithfulness Dacea had for his relationship with Hailey. He was offered his former mate on a platter, but chose to stay faithful to his true mate Hailey. He really grew as a man in this book in the way he learnt to read Hailey and understand her inner workings and insecurities. I love a male lead that has high values.

I look forward to reading book three when we find out if Katherine gets what is coming to her nasty harpy self and if Darby gets a happy ever after.

My only criticism is that the writing could use some polishing up on the editing. I continued to find many incorrect word uses, however this did not detract from the story too much.