REVIEW: Light My Fire: A GSC In Love Book #1 -Katy Manz

Light My Fire Book Cover Light My Fire
A GSC In Love Book #1
Katy Manz
Paranormal Romance, Witches & Wizards, Werewolves&Shifters Gay Romance
March 23, 2023

On the verge of his family being torn apart by a hidden enemy, an omega witch learns his fated dragon mate may be the only one who can help. When secrets are uncovered and family turns to foe, will fate be enough to save their love, and their family?

Omega witch Rayne Ramano has one goal in life, keep his family safe. He has no need for a fated mate.

Alpha Dragon shifter Zander Survalorlost his clan when he began working for the Global Shifter Council. He never thought he’d go home again.

When GSC sends Zander back home to help with a situation, he never expects to find his fated mate. Nor does he expect the family drama when their worlds collide,

As they work together to unveil secrets and defeat the enemy, will these two let themselves learn to love. Or will their hearts fall victim to their fears?

Light My Fire is book one in the sweet with knotty heat MM shifter mpreg romance series: GSC in Love. It features an alpha dragon shifter who has secrets, a powerful omega witch who isn’t afraid to fight, fated love, mpreg and a guaranteed happily-ever-after.

Review by Xanthe
Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team

This is my first story from Katy Manz and it’s a good paranormal romance story with fated mates.

Rayne and Zander come into contact because Zander’s clan has attacked Rayne’s coven and pack, but their instincts know immediately who they are to each other. It turns out that there is a specific reason for the attack, but a lot of things now must be taken into consideration.

Rayne never planned on having a mate and is very hesitant about what it means for his identity and independence whilst Zander is already planning what their lives could be like. However, unlike what Rayne imagines and some alphas can be like, Zander is all for equality at every point of their relationship and deciding things together.

I enjoyed the build-up of their relationship, the storyline regarding Zander’s father and the attacks on Rayne’s coven as that is something thatdoesn’t just stop once the two meet. Things continue even once an agreement between clan and coven/pack is made which has Rayne very much on edge. I struggled a little bit with his hesitancy when it came to trusting Zander, even after their mating, and, to me, itdidn’t really feel like they connected on that deeper level that fated mates are known for. I also thought that how the plot wrapped up was a little quick and neat, unless something happens in the future to bring that drama aspect back into the series.

Overall, this is a good start to the series and introduces readers into this new family that has many possibilities for future characters to have their own HEA.

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