[PDF] Download ½ Fire Baptized | by ✓ Kenya Wright

By Kenya Wright | Comments: ( 660 ) | Date: ( Jan 18, 2020 )

Since the 1970s humans have forced supernaturals to live in caged cities Silver brands embedded in their foreheads identify them by species a full moon for Vampires, a crescent moon for Shifters, a pair of wings for Fairies, and the list goes on, for each supernatural species has been tagged and categorized by humans.Lanore Vesta is marked with a silver X, the brand of MSince the 1970s humans have forced supernaturals to live in caged cities Silver brands embedded in their foreheads identify them by species a full moon for Vampires, a crescent moon for Shifters, a pair of wings for Fairies, and the list goes on, for each supernatural species has been tagged and categorized by humans.Lanore Vesta is marked with a silver X, the brand of Mixbreeds, second class citizens shunned by society She stays to herself, revealing her ability to create fire only during emergencies All she wants to do is graduate college and stop having to steal to survive But when she stumbles upon a murder in progress, she catches the attention of a supernatural killer Now all she wants is to stop finding dead bodies in her apartment.Enlisting help from her Were cheetah ex boyfriend MeShack and a new mysterious friend named Zulu, she is steered through the habitat s raunchy nightlife But their presence sometimes proves to be burden than help, as they fight for her attention While the corpses pile up, and the scent of blood fills the air, Lanore is left wondering will she find the psycho or die trying

  • Title: Fire Baptized
  • Author: Kenya Wright
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Kenya Wright

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Comments Fire Baptized

  • Kat Kennedy

    This is not a book I’m happy about review­ing, because I really wanted to like it and its rat­ing doesn’t truly reflect its quality.You know how you love some­thing like ice cream (note: I don’t like ice cream) and so you eat lots and lots of it.  Then one day you pick up your favourite ice cream and it looks extra sump­tu­ous.  Even though there is noth­ing wrong with that ice cream, and even though it’s just like every other ice cream you’ve bought, you just sud­denly can’ [...]

  • Michelle, the Bookshelf StalkerQueen of the Undead

    A Badass Hidden Gemdassbookreviews/badass-hMy first "official" review for Bad Ass Book Reviews. I hope you enjoy it.Or you can read it belowLet me tell you what I loved about this book…The characters are so different.From our human perspective, Lanore, the main character is dark, with dreadlocks. But that is not what I mean by different. I’m talking about different in how they transform into their supernatural self. You have Lanore, who is a mixed breed (she’s part Fairy and part Demon) wh [...]

  • Kenya Wright

    This is one of those books that made me feel like the author was in my mind and writing down everything that I ever wanted to read. oh wait I'm the author of this book! Well I still loved it!

  • Regina

    Check out this review and others like it at BadAssBookReviews4.5 stars. Fanfreakingtastic!Why did I wait so long to read this book? Perhaps, because I expected it to fizzle out for me. I thought it might catch my attention at the beginning but then ultimately get boring. This was my expectation because with very few exceptions most urban fantasy books have been causing this reaction in me for the past 12-18 months. Fire Baptized is different than most urban fantasy books I have read and as a res [...]

  • Katie Michaels

    **4.5 Stars**Before I get into the specifics, I have to say that books like these are the reason I keep my door open to indie authors. Fire Baptized flies in the face of self-published stereotypes. It's fresh and unique. It has great character development, a fantastic plot, and steamy love interests. It's unpredictable; it has great pacing; and it clearly had a proficient editor. Our heroine is Lanore, a mixed breed supernatural, who lives in the caged ghettos where humans relegate the preternat [...]

  • VampireNovelFan

    Wright got it right! What an impressive debut effort!Kenya Wright's Fire Baptized pleasantly surprised me! Just when I start to wonder if I'm just reading too much Urban Fantasy, I run into a fantastic story like this one.There are no secret supernaturals here. Since the '70s humans have isolated these species to live in restricted areas. Think District 9 with a little less slum some parts of town. They identify all of the different species with brands on their foreheads. Of course there is a cl [...]

  • Alicia

    Fire Baptized is an action-packed, sexy, murder mystery. There wasn't a moment in the book when I wasn't completely engaged. Lanore commanded my attention.The habitat is is a caged space where humans force supernaturals to live. Lanore is a Mixbreed, born of two different supernatural species. Like other Mixbreeds, she is an outcast among supernaturals, even within a city full of supernaturals cast out of the human world. As you can see from the cover art, Lanore's power is pyrokinesis. She crea [...]

  • Jessica`~Blahyze~`

    I’ll start off by saying this very much exceeded my expectations. Lanore is a mixbreed with the power to control fire, a pyromancer. When she unknowingly stumbles upon a murder in progress, Lanore being the only witness to the murder and the killer seeing who she is, it puts her in real danger. Not only does Lanore have her own safety to worry about but she is also caught in the middle of two men, each wanting her for themselves, one who she had been with in the past and one who is new on the [...]

  • Kenesha Williams

    Fire Baptized is a mystery, supernatural, and romance novel all mixed up into one deliciously decadent treat! Fire Baptized follows Lanore a "Mixbreed" who lives in the habitat, which is a caged city where humans have exiled supernaturals. Lanore as a Mixbreed was born of two different supernatural species and they are further ostracized by the Supes (purebred supernaturals). Lanore witnesses a murder and suddenly is smack dead in the center of a supernatural serial killer sacrificing Supes to t [...]

  • Anino

    Being a persnickety lover of quality Interracial Romance & Urban Fantasy books, all I can say is that I am truly enamored with this amazing book. Why? Because basically, Kenya starts it off with a bang, and then grabs your attention for a 3 hour tour that blazes through a colorful alternate universe, that's full of fae, demons, vamps, shifters, even weirder demons, and witches.After reading this amazing book, I truly believe that Kenya Wright is an author whose talent has been seriously unde [...]

  • Greta is Erikasbuddy

    This book was on FIRE!!FLAME ON!!No, not like that!Ok kinda like that.WHY?Because the main girly of the story can do exactly that. She can make -FIRE!!fire! fire! fire! huh huh huh hmmmmmLanore is a Mixie (mixed supernatural) who lives with her ex- werecheetah -boyfriend, MeShack.I know doesn't sound like a good idea. Right?Did I mention that he's ripped and is in a band and is a cheetah?Ladies. do I have your attention?Anyways, Lanore is out roaming around one day when she sees a murder.Like GA [...]

  • Celine

    You know the feeling when every single person you know loved a book, but you don't? And you wonder why people don't see it? That is how I feel about Fire Baptized.Supernaturals are being forced to live in cages the size of small cities. Here they live in poverty and suppression. But things are even worse if you are a Mixbreed. They are second-class citizens, even in the Habitat. When she witnesses a gruesome murder on the way home, Lanore is determined to find the killer. But then he starts targ [...]

  • Jamie

    I found this book by accident during one of those “lost” nights on . Any goodreader will know exactly what I am talking about. Those nights when hours are lost and unknown books are found. I never would have found this book if I didn’t belong to a site like , and finding books like Fire Baptized makes this site a gem (so long story short, go join ! and for those who are reading this on , good for you. You have done the right thing.).Fire Baptized was a great book and a great addition to th [...]

  • Susan Gottfried

    I was one of the lucky people who got a look at Kenya Wright’s Fire Baptized before it was published. On the surface, it may seem distasteful: the Supernaturals have been exiled to a ghetto built out of a literal cage near Miami, Florida. This ghetto, though, is reminiscent of a shetl of Eastern European past: some districts are quite lush and lavish, while others live up to the ghetto name. It’s its own contained community, and it lives and breathes in ways some real cities never do in fict [...]

  • Kami

    I really enjoyed this book.I wasnt sure what to expect when I decided to buy this. The author was on my friends list, we have similar taste in books, so I gave it a go.I am not dissappointed. A great break out book.With a fresh new outlook on the supernatural, this book is sure to impress. I loved the little love triangle. Both the men made me want to choose them. The dialogue was great. I tend to get really bored with books when they spend too much time explaining non essential things, and spen [...]

  • Jacqualine Walker

    Let me first say that I am a HUGE fan of paranormal romances. This book had it all. Romance, humor, mystery, a little danger and of course the paranormal! I loved the heroine. Not only was she kick-ass she was funny, sarcastic and real. (Now that I mention it, all of the characters were tempered with a "real-ness". Something that I related to.) She refused to be pushed to the back and let the menfolk take charge for her. I want to see more from this author. If you are in the market for a page-tu [...]

  • Desiree

    After reading this I think I may have just become Paranormal Fiction Baptized and all the authors who write in this genre have Kenya Wright to thank for my baptism and conversion. So I know what you're thinking i.e. "girl, where have you been all this time??" To be honest, I don't have much of an answer for you. Actually I do, but it's kind of a long story. You see I was always hesitant to start reading the genre. I didn't quite know if I was ready to handle supernatural beings interacting with [...]

  • ☺~Tina~☺

    4.5 StarsWhen warnings and body parts from the killer starts showing up at La La and MeShack apartment the esoteric Zulu moves in to make himself a bigger part of La La's life.Mixbreeds or Mixies are treated worse than second class citizens so when the murders start to happen, no one really cares except La La and the MFE, headed by Zulu. Wright does a good job on a sensitive topic in this case speciesism. Here race doesn't matter but if you are a mixie, no matter the combination, you are nothing [...]

  • Kashif Ross

    I hate giving this book 3 stars. I wanted to be addicted like everyone else and throw down five. I really loved the concept and writing. The culture and history in the book were also great. Even the characters had traits that I completely loved. But the inconsistencies had a snowball effect. By inconsistencies, I mean the character traits changed too much. One minute, Lanore is crying and fragile, the next she's strong and dominant. She'll rush into something without thinking, but tell Zulu that [...]

  • Alexis Villery

    While running from the the local police (known in the habitat as habbies), Lenore stumbles upon a murder. Feeling guilty for not trying to help save the woman, she finds herself trying to probe into her death. While she hoped to discover the identity of the killer, she draws the attention of the killer. She starts to receive gruesome gifts and Lenore knows that she must discover the identity of the killer before the people that she loves becomes victims. Through all the adventure, Lenore finds h [...]

  • Nicki Markus

    I was asked by the author to review this book and, since it sounded like a fun read, I accepted.On the whole I wasn't disappointed as Fire Baptized offers a sassy heroine and plenty of action set in a world of supernatural creatures.Lanore's character is full of fight and makes a wonderful urban fantasy/paranormal heroine. At times I found her blind independence a little too much, but I admired other aspects of her character that kept me hooked on the story.The story itself is an interesting con [...]

  • Lady Raven RAVE!

    BRIEF SUMMARYIn this world, supernatural creatures have been exposed and the humans keep them in 'sanctuaries'. In the sanctuary located near Miami, there is a serial killer loose, enters heroine Lanore Vesta, a mixed breed. She witnesses the murder of a woman in an alley way by the killer. The murderer decides to involve Lanore in the macabre game. She decides to investigate and catch the killer. Helping her are Zulu and Meshack, both men want her but she shies away from both for different reas [...]

  • Jen

    This book was part of our Book of the Month in the group I am inI am so glad that I was given the opportunity to read this book! Kenya Wright will be on my auto buy list for sure and I can hardly wait for the second book in "the Habitat" series! Kenya's imagination is absolutely amazing and this world that she has created is full of all sorts of different paranormal characters. ( Shape-shifters, demons, pixies etc) This book is so much more than a "paranormal romance" and there is such a strong [...]

  • Sarah's Reviews

    The caged habitat may protect the humans from vampires, fairies, shifters, demons, and mixbreeds like Lanore, but it does nothing to protect supernaturals from each other. So when Lanore catches a murderer's eye, and the people around her start dying – there is no one but herself to save her skin.Fire Baptized is an easy adult read set in a familiar yet very different world where the thugs can shape shift and the drug dealers are truly demons.Readers should be aware that this book contains ext [...]

  • Tamara Philip

    I really liked the idea of Lanore's world especially since I'm a huge urban fantasy fan. and with a diverse cast of characters? I'm already hooked. I really enjoyed the author's vivid description of her gritty, harshly realistic underbelly of our world and the case of the monster baddy murdering people was fantastic. Kenya Wright's dialogue is always on point. I may not love her heroine's because they drive me crazy with their love of douchebag guys but you cannot fault the authors gift at what [...]

  • Isabelle Morebooksthanlivros

    I've loved it.I started reading and couldn't let go. So I've finished the book and I still want more. I loved the world Ms. Wright has created with so many different species. Some species I've heard of them before, but the author has just gave them a little personal touch. I really enjoyed the characters, sometimes I rooted for one, others for another.I am interested and I want to read more!If you like PNR romances, you should go for it! *Warning - It's addictive"

  • Joanmissing the vampire bunny slippers!

    Not as excited as I hoped to be, but overall the writing was good and the story even if obvious was constructed well. My only problem was that I didn't connect with any of the characters, but that's just me. You might feel different about the whole thing. I liked the ritualistic nature of the murders and the symbolism in the staging.

  • Pavarti Tyler

    Disclaimer: This book magically appeared in my PO Box. I have no idea where it came from. I didn't buy it and the author didn't send it to me. It seems I was meant to read this book and I'm so glad I did.Review: If you're anything like me you read the description of this book and rolled your eyes. It starts out strong and then you have a Were-Cheetah, guys named Zulu and the use of the word "raunchy". I knew this book was a risk when I started it. It was either going to be the best book ever wri [...]

  • Laura *Little Read Riding Hood*

    I love reading a book I know nothing about and finish it pleasantly surprised. Like the description says, all the supernatural creatures live in "habitats" (actually giant cages spanning an entire city). The story never goes into why or how that happened. It is an interesting shift from most other books, where either the supes are the most powerful and/or live under the radar. How the humans rounded up them all I have no idea. What matters is that they did.The Politics: And within the habitat, t [...]

  • Jennifer (Bad Bird Reads)

    Originally from my blog: readingandwritingurbanfantasy.The GoodConsumedI was swallowed into the world Wright created from the get-go and then spit out at the very end, left wide eyed and out of breath. Fire Baptized is jam-packed with action, sex, and violence. The perfect cocktail for a great read. This is one of the better urban fantasy books I have read this year. I only wish I had book 2 of the series on hand because I am itching to see what Wright has in store for her characters. Whom the A [...]

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