BornOlympia, Washington, The United States
Title : Bound To Flame
Series: Hawaiian Ladies Raiding Society Author: Kathrine Kay
Genre: Historical romance magical realms
Letty Lang is a suffragist of the most fearless kind, with a bullwhip, big dreams, and ancient powers she doesn’t understand. Can she save her lover from her own lethal passions? Banished to boarding school to tame her wild temper, Letty Liliuokalani Lang returns home to Hawaii, bringing her devotion to animals with her. She’ll be among the first female veterinarians in history—remarkable in 1909 when women still cannot vote. With one mad leap into the ocean to save a horse, Letty sets another destiny in motion. She is a mākāhā, a Gate to the healing fires of the land, her beloved ‘aina. Letty must learn to harness the ancient power that lives within her, fueled by her connection to the islands. But the price is steep. Her inner flame burns hot—hot enough that her kisses can actually kill, a precarious inconvenience since the horse’s owner, Timothy Rowley, lights another kind of fire. Can Letty learn to command her power in pursuit of her passion, or is the danger of love too great?
Links to buy:
Amazon ( kindle) Bound Hawaiian Ladies-Riding-Society
Amazon ( physical ) Bound Hawaiian Ladies Riding Society
Would I recommend it ? Yes
Will I continue on with the series ?yes
Would I read more by this author? Yes
Wow ,just wow ,the story its self is beautiful written that she brings to life her characters , of course it would have to make me cry at two different parts of the story but over all it's now one of my new favorite 2019 books. And the characters ,out of all of them Letty is my favorite ,the way she's out going and spirited, and her love for animals, other thing I love about the story is how the author use the myths of the Hawaiian people and their islands , it shows just how much they love them and honored them. Plus I loved how there was usage of the Hawaiian language and there's even a language glossary in the back of the book , plus the mentioning of the flowers and their meaning.And while it does mention the colonialism and how the Hawaiian people was look down upon it also show that there was people even from the islands that worked against their own people.Hopeful I'm putting my thoughts down in a way you the readers of this blog can somewhat understand, because in many ways I'm not sure if I'm give it the justification it deserves. With that said I want to thank NetGalley as will as Smith Publicity for let me read and review it exchange for my honest opinion as well as a big thank you once again to Smith Publicity for send me a copy of it .