Friday, March 9, 2012

Daughter of the Flames by Zoë Marriott

What if your deadliest enemy were the only one who could save you?

Inside an ancient temple in the mountains, fifteen-year-old Zira trains in the martial arts to become a warrior priestess who can defend the faith of the Ruan people. Bearing a scar on her face from the fire that killed her parents, the orphaned Zira is taught to distrust the occupying Sedornes. Terror strikes when the forces of the tyrannical Sedorne king destroy the only home she knows. To survive, Zira must unravel the secrets of her identity, decide her people’s fate — and accept her growing feelings for a man who should be her enemy.
From Goodreads

It is an okay book and I enjoyed it. But the relationship between Zira and  Sorin went from non existing to marriage within a few days and yes I know the reasons for it but it just felt like it went too fast. There was lots of action but the book just didn't pull me in to the story as much as I would have liked.

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