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Forest Fire

(The Legends of Regia #2)

3.94  ·  Rating details ·  2,210 ratings  ·  122 reviews
*This is the second book in The Legends of Regia series.*

Banished to Earth. Hunted by the queen's assassins. Forest must fight to find a way back to Regia. Lonely and brokenhearted, she waits for Syrus to break through her banishment.
Separated from Forest, Syrus lives his days in anguish, trapped in a portal that goes nowhere. While Regia's civil war ravages the land and
Paperback, 1, 226 pages
Published July 30th 2013 by Cold Fire Publishing LLC (first published July 20th 2013)
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I loved this!

(and I apologize in advance for repeating some of the things I said in my review of Forbidden Forest)

Legends of Regia has the potential to be an amazing Epic Fantasy series! The world of Regia is full of complex societies – Elves, Shifters, Werewolves, and Vampires (plus various crossbreeds and spirits). Each have their own ideals and customs which weave a detailed narrative even befor
Aug 09, 2013 rated it it was ok
Appart from finishing Forest business with her father, which was done so easilynwe don't need to mention it, ending Leigh, which should have been much faster and reuniting Syrus and Forest, this book was actually quite useless in my opinion.
Everything was resolved so easily it wasn't even funny and bullshit excuses were made up to make the book appears longer.
Too bad, there was a great base, a beautiful univers full of promises but left unfulfilled.
Clara Harding
Nov 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: astounding, addictive
After proofreading for the last decade I have come across just over a handful of some truly talented authors. I now mainly read for pleasure, and what a pleasure devouring Forest's journey continued in this novel; Forest Fire (The Legends of Regia). The world of Regina expertly pulls you in, placing you right into the thick of action from where the last book ended. The thickness of emotion consistently has you holding your breath, so don't forget to breathe! Regia is described in exquisite detai ...more
Aug 15, 2013 rated it it was ok
Sappy but a good read.
I was astounded by the level of stupidity, aggression & self hatred Forrest showed in this book. It was unappealing & got old rather quickly. Forrest did not show any character growth or maturity until Syrus put his foot down toward the final chapter.
Syrus was honest, caring & loyal. His character showed growth & wasn't self absorbed. He had a reason for self pity & had weak moments of self esteem but never had that poor me attitude & that made me l
Alicia Batista (Addicted Readers)

Aheeeeee....I LOVE, Love, loveeeee...This series, and its spellbinding adventures! Oh, there are no words to describe how I felt about this book. Well maybe, Breathtaking, Gut-wrenching, Heart-throbbing, Hands-shaking, and Heart-breaking. You get the!

Forest Fire has been a HIGLY Anticipated book for me after reading and LOVING the first book Forbidden Forest (See My Review of Forbidden Forest HERE)! It's been at the top of my waiting list all summer long! I just couldn't wait to ge
Country Goose
Not as good as the first, but good.

You know, the first quarter of this would have made the perfect ending to the first novel with a great set-up for a new character to continue the series, but Tenaya drug the story along creating petty feelings of unworth in the characters causing emotional insecurity just to produce drama.

Leith's comeuppance wasn't gratifying to me, and her grief over it was just classic stupidity.

Death seems to be a common way in dealing with those who argue, but there are h
May 27, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: high-fantasy
I have mixed emotions about this book. I really enjoyed book one with the settings and backgrounds and most importantly the progress it made. This book took the same story and continued but it was tinted with teenage angst. Forest ran away anytime she couldn't deal with things. Then, she finally pushed Syrus too far and broke their bond. I understand she suffered a lot in her life but she just wanted to hold on to that and not move on.
Jul 07, 2013 rated it liked it
This one didn't do it for me. I loved book one and was excited to read this but I feel like it fell short. The main character was more whiny than strong. There wasn't the cute banter between Forest and Syrus like in the first book and the whole thing just felt rushed. Not sure I'll bother with more. We'll see
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Mia LeNae
Still on the fence *spoilers*

Netriet is by far my favorite character in this whole book! When she called her dumb and smacked to hell out of Forest, I kept thinking thank god! I did a happy dance for five minutes after that! Best part of the book! Everything else is slow going... again... with being the warrior at the beginning then turning into a fragile flower at about 20%... again... as she is reunited with her soul mate. At 92% she gets some fire back. That's a whole book of me wanting to ju
Dec 18, 2017 rated it it was ok
I couldn’t even finish this book. I did try. I got through about the quarter of it for giving up. Forest was not the same strong female character she was in the first book, she seemed to be devolving. It irked me how she was insecure about small things. Like who the fuck wants to remain a slave just so they don’t have put ‘pressure’ (there isn’t any anyway so that didn’t make sense) on their mate???
It was really stupid, sorry to say. The first book lacked some detail but at least the story was
Peter Carlstrom
It was not good

After the first book I expected a hot follow up but Forest became babbling idiot, sniveling and feeling sorry, and then crying over her abuser. Disgusting. The hero BROKE THE BOND like it was nothing and appeared not to have any love left for heroine. Evil guy got away with so much because of weak and lame Forest - bad sequel.
Rainy Day Reads
Dec 09, 2017 rated it liked it
A good ending although convenient, still satisfying. I see they will have more adventures if I continue the series but I M content to end it after book 2.
Jan 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: audible, 2018
Forest learns who her father is and of her origins. Ah, Syrus. Loved this one! I'm looking forward to the next one and curious what will happen with Netriet.
Jul 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
Can’t wait for the next one.
Takiyah Dudley
Feb 12, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

An enjoyable read. A few things were wrapped up & New challenges arose. It's a bit of a conclusion on some issues so that was a nice touch.
Diane Garrett
Mar 15, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

A well written story of love and the struggles that can cause the pain of uncertainty. A must read for anyone that enjoys a bit of fantasy.
doretha faye reeves
Great read

Forest and Cyrus, a beautiful love story. Action and adventure. I really enjoyed Books 1 and 2. Can't wait for Shi's story
Deborah Verma
Jan 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Thoroughly enjoyed ... good plot, moves quickly ...
Oct 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

A really good read
Thoroughly enjoyable engaging and truly heartwarming and more than entertaining I was engrossed from beginning to end.
Richard Fish
Jan 28, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Nice romantic story

Good follow-up on the first tale enjoyed it but is shorter than I wanted but it is well written look for continues in the series
Jan Hoskins
Feb 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great read!

Again wow! This storyline just becomes a part of you. I have to read the next then the next ans so on. Great series!
Sep 17, 2014 rated it really liked it
This I give a high 3 to a low 4 stars. It was good and entertaining enough, but the heroine REALLY REALLY REALLY rubbed me the wrong way. I think Netriet said it best, "You've had a bum deal, I'll admit it. And it's gotten to your head. You've been handed the job of your dreams, and you spit on it. You've been given respect and position, and you act like a guttersnipe. And you've got Syrus! Jeez, Syrus! And you hurt him and send him away. More than a few other women would be happy to swoop in an ...more
Jamie (The Kansan Reader)
I didn't really like Forest in this one. She was whiny and played the self pity party to much. I could understand Syrus' and Shi's frustration of having to deal with her. Forest wasn't a strong female MC but she wasn't completely weak in the first book. In this one she just grated my nerves.

This book seemed like one giant pity party for Forest after she found out who her father was and what she was. No matter what she was her father loves her. Syrus loves her. Shi loves her. She's going to be qu
Sep 15, 2013 rated it liked it
I was extremely captivated with the first book on the series of The Legends of Regia. "Forest Fire" is a really good follow up; but, to be totally honest I did not enjoy this book ad much as the first. The reason being the author tried to jam too much into this book making it feel rushed.

The story begins immediately after the ending of the first book. Forest and Syria have been separated by the Queen. Forest has been sent beck to Austin, Texas and forever banished from Register while Syrus has b
Feb 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: on-my-kindle
I really do love this series!! I have only two complaints.... 1.) it feels a little rushed at times and 2.) its a little too mushy at the end. lol. Dont get me wrong, I love a good romance but I dont like overly mushy stuff! haha!
Carrie Gulledge
Man, I was so disappointed in this book. I can expect some character... issues in the first book, as the author gets to really know her characters. But for her characters to have not developed any in the second book? It was like she couldn't make up her mind who she wanted her characters to be. Forest varied between being this hardcore, kickass girl with a grudge a mile wide to a squealy 15 year old fangirl. I couldn't tell whether I was watching the relationship develop between two adults or tw ...more
The Glassed And The Furious
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This book was better than the first and for the first time in a while, 6 months or so, I have been enticed to read to the 3rd book. This is a rare good thing. Forest putting on big girl pants and dealing with her emotional issues was exactly what I was hoping to see. She took a while (more than half way through the book), but she finally addressed her self-loathing and self-hate. I was glad to see the main character not SOOO wrapped up in her mate to make her one decisions. I liked how the autho ...more
Sep 11, 2013 rated it it was ok
I didn't care for this book much. In fact in never takes me this long to read a book, I just wasn't that invested in it. It was quite cheesy, ( I do like some cheese :)) absolutely eye rolling at some parts. The characters were not "in character" quite frequently. Syrus sure gets captured a lot for being the bada$$ he is supposed to be. The dialogue between the characters seemed too modern for the setting of the book. For instance, Syrus called his father, Dad. It just took away from the story.
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