Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Pele's Fire

Title: Pele's Fire
Author: A. J. Llewellyn
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Publisher URL: www.extasybooks.com
ISBN: 978-1-55487-901-4
Genre: {M/M} Paranormal, Series
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx   

Kimo and Lopaka Wilder’s date night is interrupted by the ghosts of children killed in a long ago bus accident.  Sensing the spiritual energy from Kimo, the ghost children invade Kimo’s van and follow the couple home.  It is up to Kimo, who is a powerful kahuna, to lead the ghosts to the waiting arms of the Goddess Pele.     

Pele's Fire is the sixteenth book in the Phantom Lover series. In the episode, the storyline highlights Kimo and Lopaka as well as the characters from all the previous books. The characters are creditable. Kimo operates a school in addition to having healing commitments since he is a Kahuna. Kimo has little spare time to spend alone with Lopaka. Attuned to Lopaka’s feelings, Kimo senses that Lopaka is feeling neglected. However, their romantic plans are changed with the appearance of ghosts. 

Lopaka also has his hands full having three Kahuna-in-waiting gifted toddlers. Lopaka deals with the havoc created by their children on a daily basis.  Lopaka and Kimo have little energy for lovemaking.  Another feature is the history of the ghost children, as well as a ritual performed by Kimo.  Lopaka and Kimo manage to squeeze in a few sessions of scorching lovemaking before their focus is redirected. 

Like most books in this series, this installment includes a helpful Hawaiian Glossary.  A. J. Llewellyn has created an impressive saga.  Pele's Fire updates all the characters in the Phantom Lover series, along with communicating additional Hawaiian history.  Although I enjoyed most of the characters, Kimo and Lopaka are still my favorites.

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