Feed the Flames

Feed the Flames In this short story addition to the Steel Stone series discover the fate of Seiya and Lyre following the conclusion of Yield the Night Steel Stone Seiya wants nothing than to disappear with her bro

  • Title: Feed the Flames
  • Author: Annette Marie
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this short story addition to the Steel Stone series, discover the fate of Seiya and Lyre following the conclusion of Yield the Night Steel Stone 3.Seiya wants nothing than to disappear with her brother, safe from all the enemies that would tear them apart But now she, along with Lyre, has been taken prisoner Separated from Ash, his fate unknown, anIn this short story addition to the Steel Stone series, discover the fate of Seiya and Lyre following the conclusion of Yield the Night Steel Stone 3.Seiya wants nothing than to disappear with her brother, safe from all the enemies that would tear them apart But now she, along with Lyre, has been taken prisoner Separated from Ash, his fate unknown, and tormented by memories of her imprisonment in Asphodel, she must put her faith in Lyre and his carefully guarded secrets To have any chance of escape, they ll have to work together to find a way out before they learn what fate their captors are planning for them.The Complete Steel Stone Series Chase the Dark Steel Stone 1 Bind the Soul Steel Stone 2 Yield the Night Steel Stone 3 Feed the Flames Steel Stone 3.5 Reap the Shadows Steel Stone 4 Unleash the Storm Steel Stone 5 Steel Stone Companion Collection Steel Stone 6

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    • Annette Marie

      Annette Marie is the author of the best selling YA urban fantasy series Steel Stone, which includes the 2015 Choice Award nominee Yield the Night Her first love is fantasy, a limitless realm of creativity where she can break all the boring rules of real life, but fast paced urban fantasy, bold heroines, and tantalizing forbidden romances are her guilty pleasures She proudly admits she has a thing for dragons, and her editor has politely inquired as to whether she intends to include them in every single book.Annette lives in the frozen winter wasteland of northern Alberta, Canada okay, it s not quite that bad She shares her life with her remarkably patient, comparatively sensible husband and their furry minion of darkness sorry, cat Caesar When not writing, she can be found elbow deep in one art project or another while blissfully ignoring all adult responsibilities.Find out about Annette and her books at authorannettemarie.

    354 thoughts on “Feed the Flames

    • 4 Lyre STARSI loved this so much!!! I wasn´t sure if I wanted to read it, but it`s so short and I saw there was great deepth in Lyre`s character (which is already my fave) so I couldn`t say no.Even when this is told in Freiya`s POV, we get to see her and Lyre in a different more clearer light while they`re dealing with the aftermath of the last book. I liked the fact we´re given some special hints about their pasts that add mystery but also a background to get to know who they are better.In Fr [...]

    • Original Post: Feed the Flames (Steel and Stone 3.5) at FLYLēF (flylef)FEED THE FLAMES, by Annette Marie, is an itty bitty novella that explains the fate of Seiya and Lyre following the conclusion of Yield the Night (Steel and Stone 3). For a short story, I was pleasantly surprised that it was still emotionally dense and highly entertaining.This novella has completely changed my impression of Lyre and improved my perception of Seiya. I've always enjoyed Lyre, but I never saw him as anything mor [...]

    • We know from book 3 that Seiya and Lyre were captured by the Ra demons and in this novella we learn of their predicament.Seiya, I'm sorry to say, is still an unsympathetic little whiner. But Lyre; he made this story worthwhile. We get a tantalizing glimpse into his family background and his past, prior to meeting up with Ash. Who knew his family would think of him the way they do Personally, when Ash's and Piper's story has come to a conclusion, I would very much like a Lyre spin-off. Just sayin [...]

    • Because Lyre. I never really liked Seiya, despite seeing where she came from when she went at it with Piper. This novella didn't really help me see her point of view more, because I'd already understood it in Yield the Night, but it did give more of an insight on Lyre. He is a gem, let me tell you that. Beneath his easy going, flirtatious attitude, we have a cunning and powerful incubus with a lot to hide. Beneath his jokes and witty comments, I suspect a very capable warrior. Lyre also proves t [...]

    • Great Short Story I really like this book. I like the plot and how the storyline was easy to follow. I like how the author included this book and let us into the past of Seyia and Lyre. The last chapter was sweet. It was nice to see Seyia and Lyre in a different way. I would recommended this book to others.

    • I absolutely adore the Steel and Sword series by Annette Marie and was excited to see that this short story was released to tide us readers over until Reap the Shadows releases in October of 2015. This was a very well done short story and I enjoyed it a lot.This book picks up right after the battle in book 3. Seiya and Lyre were taken prisoner by the Maiysis and are both wearing magic suppressing collars. They must work together to survive and escape imprisonment before Seiya is sold back into c [...]

    • Well it's in Seiya's POV in case you're wondering. Was hoping for Ash's but nope. Lyre and Seiya were captured and this details what happens a bit and how she manages to escape. This also tells us a bit about Lyre and I'm dying to know more about him. But I don't want Seiya with Lyre.ever.

    • I'm so happy this little novella was included in book 3 cause it answered questions I had from the 3rd book but I am NOT happy with how it ended we learned more about Lyre which I loved- you learn there is much more to our playful incubus than he lets on and he is a total BAMF! I hate Seiya, she can go back to Asphodel any time and get tortured in fact, I really hope that comes in book 4. This was a good wrap up of book 3.

    • First thoughts: I love Lyre!Review: A nice little addition to the Steel & Stone world. It was nice to see things from Seiya and Lyre's perspective after the events of the last book. We also get to see, in dream form, what happened to Seiya and Ash when they were trying to escape Samael the last time.We also get to know more about Lyre. He plays the shameless flirt role perfectly, but there is so much more to him. I love him!Great solid entry into this wonderful world.

    • “You're right, because if not for her, Ash would be dead and you'd still be in Asphodel, pregnant with the next generation of Samael's slaves.”That's right Seiya! Ugh! You tell her Lyre. Honestly I did not want to read from Seiya's point of view. By the end of Yield the Night all I wanted was to strangle her and weigh her body down somewhere so she wouldn't sully any more page time. Sleep with the fishes you annoying SOB. It also ticked me off to see the whole hate was part jealousy despite [...]

    • Yet another stunning work from the this new Indie author. This is a novella and fills in a gap of what characters Lyre and Seiya get up to when they are separated from the others. It is a fascinating insight into their characters and just goes to show that all of Annette Marie's characters are completely worthy of being in the spot light. Lyre is of course wonderful and he is now even more fascinating than he was with some information on his background and powers. Seiya has gone from someone I d [...]

    • This quick leads directly from last with Lyre and Seiya go through the void but as they make it back to earth there captured by Ras family and held prisoner. I have to say I don't like Seiya and especially now with her leaving Lyre. Let's see if she can redeem herself but for me it'll take a lot.

    • I love this series. The story is pack with action, suspense, romance, more action, kick-ass heroes and heroines, twisted plot, and yes swoon worthy hunks. What can you ask more?

    • I absolutely enjoyed this edition to the Steel & Stone series! It has so many levels to it that it's never boring and emotionally touching. I really like that Marie scratched the surface of Seiya and Lyre's background. It makes me want to read the Spell Weaver series even more. However, at the same time, the story is kept light with the small pieces of comedy that's in their conversations. And of course, Marie never disappoints with the action! Absolutely enjoyed the action that's in this sm [...]

    • Gets better with each bookNot everything is so clear and understanding both sides can have problems. The layering of the characters gets better each book. Growing up is a challenge and sometimes what you think you know is not nearly enough. Have not slowed down reading the series very good read with lots of twists some pretty obvious but others not so. Pretty good pace between the sub-plots.

    • This is a great little novella for fans of the series and it fills in that gap in the story when lyre and Seiya are captured.

    • Enjoyable short story. Just a glimpse into Seiya's and Lyre's head. There's a hint of his background here - spell weaving, which was welcome.

    • Arrgg, I think I new more about Lyre and Seiya's imprisonment after book four, and book four teased at a lot more happening than what we get here.

    • It's nice to get a glimpse of Seiya and the reason behind her hatred towards Piper. I also like the additional information that we get on Lyre, too. He's such an adorable, likeable character, just a bit eclipsed by Ash and his broody-but-sexy self.

    • Worth the ReadLoved this! Seiya is growing on me but Lyre is my favorite. I am glad we got to see a little more of the real Lyre!I would definitely recommend this for fans of the Steel and Stone series.

    • Find more of my reviews at Books, Stars, and the Pages in BetweenThis is a short novella happening between Yield the Night and Reap the Shadows, confirming Piper's suspicion that Seiya and Lyre have in fact been taken prisoner after Miysis's betrayal.After Yield the Night, I wasn't left with the best impression of Seiya. I understood where she was coming from, but her open hatred of Piper really made me want to smack her a few times.This novel really focused on Seiya and Lyre's grudging relation [...]

    • Leí Reap the Shadows antes de leer este libro, y Piper menciona que algo cambió entre Seiya y Lyre (y no románticamente, sino como si simplemente ahora confiaran en el otro). Pensé que habían pasado por muuuuuuuchas cosas en las semanas que estuvieron cautivos, pero en las 45 páginas que los Ra los retienen, la mayor parte Seiya es una perra que culpa a Piper por todo lo que les pasa y Lyre defendiendo a Piper, poniendo a Seiya en su lugarAMÉ a Lyre por eso, alguien tenía que aclararle l [...]

    • 3.5, but I’ll round up. While I love this series, and Feed the Flames continues a great story, I probably could have skipped this novella. Plot:Seiya and Lyre are captured and imprisoned by the Ras. With the Ras threatening to send Seiya back to Asphodel and Lyre back to his family, they must put aside their differences and work together to escape. Characters:Seiya has been my least favorite character of the series, mainly because her jealousy causes issues with Piper and Ash. Throughout this [...]

    • Originally posted at:* May contain spoilers from previous books in this series. Read at your own peril.I still hate Seiya, but I'm finding myself liking Lyre even more now. I went into this book imagining the worst of the worst because nothing is more terrible than reading a book in the head of a character you despise.Lyre proved to be a real friend and has helped Piper in any way he could for the past 3 books. Unfortunately, he's trapped with Seiya in some confusing revenge-but-not-revenge plot [...]

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