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Book Review - Flash Point by C. L. Schneider
Flash Point by C. L. Schneider

About Nite Fire: Flash Point


Slated for execution, shapeshifting assassin, Dahlia Nite, flees her world to hide in the human realm. As payment for the shelter they unknowingly provide, Dahlia dedicates herself to protecting humans from what truly lives in the shadows. Moving from town to town, she hunts the creatures that threaten an unsuspecting human race; burying the truth that could destroy them all.


Praise for Nite Fire: Flash Point


“C. L. Schneider has created a spectacular start to the Nite Fire Series with intense action, engaging characters, and slow, nuanced, nicely-layered worldbuilding…each chapter ends with a plot-thickening hook that draws the reader deeper into the story.” – Fantasy Faction


“Chick Lit Cafe highly recommends one of the most unbelievably fantastic urban fantasies we’ve had the pleasure to read in a very long time.” – Chick Lit Cafe

“Flash Point is a wildly enjoyable gripping novel that will keep you hooked until the last page.” – Redheaded Book Lover Reviews


“Prepared to be sucked into this gritty, dark urban fantasy. Filled with mystery, danger, dragons, dshifters, and all manner of intriguing fantasy creatures, Nite Fire Flash Point, by C. L. Schnedier, is one helluva ride!” – Readers Favorite


Book Review


Thank you to Blackthorn Book Tours and C.L. Schneider for providing me a copy of Flash Point for an honest book review and including me in the book tour!


Dahlia Nite grew up brainwashed into believing she should follow The Guild of Dragons’ orders no matter the cost. As a half dragon half human lyrriken, she was taught that she owed her existence to the elder dragons. But the night her powers of empathy awakened, her beliefs began to change. In the middle of a kill order, she hesitated to kill a child. Her insubordination sentenced her to death. But Dahlia escaped her world, sliding into a portal destined for the human realm. Now she hides in plain sight, taking jobs and protecting the humans from creatures they have no idea exist.


Very rarely do I see dragons brought into urban fantasy. But C. L. Schneider did the perfect job incorporating high fantasy elements into an urban fantasy world. The dragons weren’t just another supernatural creature. They had an entire civilization built into the story that coincided with the modern day world. And what affected one world would inevitably snowball into affecting the other.


But not only was the world-building seamless, the main character Dahlia drove the story forward with a vengeance. Dahlia is a tough as nails half dragon that refuses to back down and be forced into anything. As a result of this, the entirety of Flash Point was filled to the brim with action. And I loved the element of tension as Dahlia tried to hide the work of supernatural creatures in an ever-evolving world of technology. Not to mention the revenge driven plot that brought to light just how far the dragons will go to protect their existence. Every piece of this book was fast-paced and conflict driven. I loved every minute of it!


There is so much left to be told about this world C.L. Schneider unveiled. I can’t wait to read the next book and dive into the political schemes of the dragon world. Because there is certainly something brewing on the horizon, and Flash Point gives you just enough information to leave you wanting more.


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About the Author


Author C.L. Schneider
Author C.L. Schneider

C.L. Schneider is an award-winning author of immersive, dark fantasy fiction, including The Crown of Stones Trilogy and the Nite Fire Series. Born in a small Kansas town, she currently resides in New York’s scenic Hudson Valley Region with her husband and two sons.


Learn more about C.L. Schneider, and the worlds she creates, at clschneiderauthor.com where you can read reviews, excerpts and sneak peeks, subscribe to her newsletter, and join her Street Team. Connect with her on social media, where she is often found chatting about the daily ups and downs of a writer’s life.


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