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Blufire by E.J. Squires – amazing nonstop action Norse Mythology combined with a contemporary YA paranormal series


After reading “Wraithsong” book one in the Desirable creatures series I said it was my favorite series beating out “Twilight” and”City of Bones”. This next book in this series did not disappoint. It was amazing with nonstop action. I couldn’t put it down. I love the idea of another world going on around us without us even knowing. These books are based on Norse Mythology which is very intriguing.


Here’s my review of book one, “Wraithsong”: https://juliemartinwallace.wordpress.com/2014/05/07/book-review-for-wraithsong-by-e-j-squires/

Right now you can purchase “Wraithsong” for FREE!



Wraigthsongkiss2 Here’s who I picture for Anthony and Sonia in the Desirable Creatures series

Full Review of “Blufire” below

Spoiler Alert if you haven’t read book one:

Sonia is crushed, she has lost Anthony. His own mother Maureen shot and killed him before escaping with Olaf and the other Darkalfars. Sonia’s mom and the other Huldra’s have taken back Wraithsong Island. The Lightalfars plan to help go after Maureen and Olaf. Sonia is determined to save Anthony. She can take the Portal of Blufire to Helheim, a world where the nine realms are and where the dead of the supernatural go. Layla who is a Darkalfar is helping Sonia or so it seems. When Olaf appears and gives Sonia a way to make it to Helheim she makes “a deal with the devil”. She will give her Huldra special power to Maureen to save Anthony.When Sonia arrives in Helheim she’s quickly captured and taken to be judged and sentenced for disobeying the laws of entering Helheim as a human. When Anthony turns up as one of the judges she can’t believe she found him. He wants nothing to do with her and refuses to come back with her. Sonia is crushed once again. All hell breaks loose and the Darkalfars are going to war against the Huldra’s and Lightalfars of Helheim. Sonia figures out a way to help and even if she can’t have Anthony she can at least save her people. With death and war all around there’s plenty of heartache. Most of book two takes place in Helheim where the stories of Thor and Loki come from. It’s all very fascinating and the story ends with still a lot more to come. I’m amazed by E.J. Squires and her amazing talent to write such profound and out of the ordinary stories.

Evelyn Squires

Visit E.J. Squires website for more information: http://www.ejsquires.com/

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Thanks to Princess Kristina from 12th century Norway. Her picture seen below on my blog helped E.J. Squires find me. I might not have ever known about these wonderful books and author.

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