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Eoin is faced with the end of times. With his friends at his side, can he rescue the prisoner that might hold the secrets to winning the battle between Cariad and City as well as the key to his heart?His bond brothers, Kian and Darach, probably hate him for his necessary lie, two-thirds of the Council wants him dead, and the prisoner’s amber Fire is killing them both.The tEoin is faced with the end of times. With his friends at his side, can he rescue the prisoner that might hold the secrets to winning the battle between Cariad and City as well as the key to his heart?His bond brothers, Kian and Darach, probably hate him for his necessary lie, two-thirds of the Council wants him dead, and the prisoner’s amber Fire is killing them both.The third book in the Fire Trilogy discovers more old Guardians, ancient Cariad magik, and not least of all the other half of Eoin: Trystyn....

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ISBN : 9781920501501
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Number of Pages : 156 Pages
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Eoin Reviews

  • BubblesHunty Honest & Direct Opinions
    2019-04-13 12:49

    Great conclusion to the trilogy, Book two is my favorite in the series because I loved the sexual tension and the enemies-to-lovers theme from book two. This one had a lot more going on then in the previous books because it had a lot to wrap up and it did a great job of resolving everything. I enjoyed the story and it had a great pace but it felt like there was so much happening we didn't really get to know Trystyn or Eoin as well as the first two couples. I liked them both as characters but i didn't feel the connection between them. Highly recommend all three of these books

  • Luzmila♡
    2019-04-12 15:57

    ¡Qué hermoso final de trilogía! Lo amé demasiado♡

  • Serena Yates
    2019-04-21 13:51

    This third and final volume in the exciting ‘Fire’ trilogy is as cataclysmic as I expected, yet it is also the touching story of the missing third blood-brother, Eoin, and the man he knows he is bonded to, Trystyn. But bonding is not as easy as it sounds, because they both have amber Fire, and there are dire predictions about what happens if two ambers ever bond. The end of times, as Eoin keeps calling it, may be upon them, and while all is definitely not as it seems, this provided a great setting for the adventure, excitement, and action that follow. A truly wonderful conclusion to the series!Eoin is an interesting character. His blood-brothers Kian and Darach have long believed he died when he found his Fire, a risk all carriers of amber Fire face, but what really happened was far more amazing. Eoin ends up as the Guardian, a role he doesn’t want at all, and has to fight the evil council members without giving away the fact he knows what they are up to. Nothing good, that much is certain! And even though Eoin isn’t sure he can do it, he knows he has to try to stand up to the super-villain who is behind the threats to the entire world’s survival.Trystyn is a victim of the council’s machinations and almost dies from what they do to him. Also a carrier of amber fire, and a Cariad like his brother Ceithin, Trystyn is the one who encourages Eoin to think about the very foundation of the Cariad versus City conflict, the role of the council, and helps Eoin come up with a solution. Trystyn also has some choice comments for the theory of amber Fires never being supposed to bond, and when he and Eoin put these ideas to the test, all kinds of interesting magik happens!If you like speculative fiction with evil villains, power struggles between worlds, and old political hierarchies being questioned, if a man who thinks he can never bond with the one he is meant for learning differently seems like interesting characters, and if you’re looking for a read that features a magnificent final battle against evil and some touching moments between men who never expected to find love, then you will probably enjoy final book of he trilogy. I think it was worth waiting for.NOTE: This book was provided by the author for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  • Don Bradshaw
    2019-04-17 16:45

    This was the third book in the trilogy and definitely the best. Eoin is on Earth along with the others searching for Ceithin's brother who has been drained of most of his fire. The group finds Trystyn and Eoin realizes that Trystyn is his mate. The knowledge deflates Eoin because the legends say that two ambers can never bond. I enjoyed seeing the couples working together and old friendships renewed. The battle with Wynn was short but it was well written. I felt sorry for Wynn who was pretty much a tragic figure. The story flowed well and Trystyn was the perfect mate for Eoin. Ms Scott had me doubting the trilogy in book one with weak world building but pulled off her trademark HEA ending.

  • GayListBookReviews
    2019-04-14 14:57

    A sweet ending to an exciting and romantic trilogy.Eoin is an interesting mix of strength and doubt. He misses his brothers and feels his isolation keenly. He has always known that he would have strong magik and has been fighting the council since they took him when he came into his power. He's been working to understand the prophecy and save his people by reuniting the city and the Cariad. Trystyn is as stubborn and confident as Eoin, and their relationship is intense and very intimate. What has been happening to Trystyn is really bad. We get glimpses, but thankfully it's mostly in the past when they rescue him. While he was taken when he was fourteen he's a man now and ready to take his place beside Eoin to fight for their world. Eoin has hidden his survival from his blood brothers for their safety. When he does reveal himself the reunion is angry and hurt, but after some explaining how could they be anything other than overjoyed to have their brother back with them.All of the men must work together to fulfill an ancient prophecy and save both worlds from destruction. Only together can they defeat their enemy and create a better world. An engaging trilogy that I very much enjoyed. The men are all hot and their love is deep with their bond and fire. The magik and world building is fascinating. I liked the parallel world aspect and thought it made the story more original. Recommended for all of those who like magic, prophetic quests and their men sexy and sweet.Reviewed by NinaTo see more of this review and others like it please visit us at Gay List Book Reviews at

  • MorganSkye
    2019-04-15 12:55

    Full Review here is the third and final installment of the Fire Trilogy. Kian is still with Regan and Darach is with Ceithin and the four join forces with Eoin to find a source of Other world energy that they feel is likely Ceithin’s brother Trystyn. When they find him, Trystyn is near death, only his Amber fire a trickle keeping him alive. Eoin pours his own Amber fire into him, reviving him. They then put their heads together and plan a way to take the Council down.They cross over back to the Other world and are met by one of the Councilmen on their side. Together they all make a plan, but in the meantime Eoin and Trystyn recognize and begin to cement their own “forbidden” bond. (It has been prophesized that two Amber fires cannot bond without world destruction.)Fortunately, the world doesn’t fall, though it is changed as the six men take back control of their world, aligning Cariads and City Dwellers again.**I thought the romance was a little thin in this story. Eoin and Trystyn interacted with each other only a little, most of this was drama between the other men and the action deciding how to wrest control back from the City Councilmen.The story and world building were great, however, and I really like the world RJ Scott has created for us. Though there were more romantic elements in Kian’s story, most of this trilogy was a fantasy with a romantic twist rather than a romance with fantasy elements. That being said, I’d give this final installment a 3.5 of 5 stars for the story and the entire trilogy a 3.5 of 5 stars overall. If you like fantasy/adventure with a romantic twist this is right up your alley!Overall Impression: 3.5 stars – I liked it

  • Joyfully Jay
    2019-04-03 14:08

    A Joyfully Jay review. 4.5 starsThe events in Kian’s Hunter and Darach’s Cariad have all led up to this book. We found out at the end of the second book that Eoin didn’t die as his friends thought he did, and that he’s been functioning as Guardian ever since. Here we find out exactly what happened to him, and the toll it’s taken on him. The Council is corrupt, and Eoin is determined to set things right, to bring about change, and to rid the City of the evil in its midst. Eoin’s heart shows through clearly here, and I loved seeing him come into his own. This is his story, really. He’s willing to do whatever it takes protect the people he’s meant to lead, even if that means sacrificing his life. I loved his determination and his loyalty. But Scott did an excellent job of showing his uncertainty and vulnerability as well. He’s a well-rounded character, and I just adored him.Trystyn is the key here, the one who will finish fulfilling the prophecy and bring everyone together. I loved his role. He’s been a prisoner for years and his magic is nearly drained from him. But despite that, he’s got a true heart, and his knowledge is put to good use. I have to admit that I thought there should be a little more backlash for him because of his years as a captive and the torture he faced, but I was willing to let that go and let the magic within him explain away his resilience. He was a sweet and endearing character, with a strong will underneath.Read Kris’ review in its entirety here.

  • Pixie Mmgoodbookreviews
    2019-04-13 17:48

    4 Hearts is the concluding story to The Fire Trilogy and R.J. Scott doesn’t let us down. If you haven’t read the others in the series, then you need to for this one to make sense.Eoin is the Guardian of the City but all isn’t well. He knows that two members of the council are conspiring to take his Amber fire to prolong their own lives and he also knows that the previous Guardian is building an army to take revenge on the council. He has to stop all of this as well as find his bond mate and save him. Trystyn disappeared several years ago and in all that time he has been held by Wynn, the old Guardian, who has been stealing his Amber fire. When he is rescued he has to make Eoin realize that all six of them together can defeat Wynn and the council.I found this book brilliant. The way that Eoin takes responsibility because he doesn’t want any danger coming to his friends even though he hasn’t seen them in years is incredibly sweet. Trystyn is an extremely strong character who makes me wish this book was longer so we could get to know him better. There is a lot more action in this book as it wraps up everything so there are no loose ends and it is done brilliantly and the writing is smooth.I recommend that if you love hot men, magic, a bit of danger and a fantastic ending then this is definitely for you.

  • Heather
    2019-04-09 14:42

    Overall Trilogy Review:The Fire Trilogy satisfied all kinds of reading pleasure for me. Romance, magic, supernatural, mystery, intrigue, bordering on science fiction but not enough to add to that sub-genre, it really has a little bit of everything. All the characters are well written and will definitely leave a lasting impression. Watching the bond brothers, Kian, Darach, & Eoin, meet their other halves, Regan, Ceithin, & Trystyn is enjoyable and sexy. Watching the couples interact with each other and find their place in the quest for peace in both worlds is fun, sexy, and heartwarming. In my experience, fun, sexy, heartwarming are all things that can often be attributed to supernatural/paranormal fiction but to have all those emotions at the same time is rare and not easily done but Miss Scott has done just that.

  • Usagi Tsukino
    2019-03-29 12:00

    4,5 stars.LOL at the quote from Star Wars! Amazing, RJ, amazing! XDWell, the only word that came to my mind after reading the end of this book was "Epic". Yep.The only thing that I didn't like was the fact that it wasn't explained how Regan had passed through the Gate, since he wasn't from Kian's world. Uhm... OwOAnyway, Eoin + Trystyn = KA-BOOM! XD I was like "What the-- an earthquake? An hurricane?!" Lol, it was quite funny... and they didn't even touched that much! XDI loved the last battle-- it was a bit like watching Star Wars! XDA little note: 'Cause of this final book, the initial 4 stars rating (for all three books) was rounded up to 5. :D

  • blub
    2019-04-15 14:57

    Conclusion of the series. In this book, readers find out what caused the separation between Eoin his blood brothers, Kian and Darach. The three are reunited and resolve the problem that threatens the two worlds. My favorite of the series since readers can really feel the chemistry between Trystyn and Eoin. The banter between the friends was pretty good and Regan just cracked me up with what he said when Trystyn and Eoin were in the Guardian's library letting their fires come together.

  • Idamus
    2019-04-14 15:10

    I think overall I prefer the original books, but the rewrites are good too, all 3 books could have used a bit more focus on the world building and plot, both old and new version, but that is mostly my curiousity speaking. I would however have liked more time in there to develove the couples, prophesies or not.

  • Moniqee
    2019-04-05 12:10

    A good finale to the series. Whatever the questions in my mind was answered. The reason for the 3 stars is the relationship between Trystyn and Eoin ( being the main characters here ) doesnt seem to be connected to me even to the end. Seems like the legacy is bigger than the interaction between them.

  • Erin
    2019-04-19 12:53

    Eoin's DestinyI loved how this book ended. Eoin finally found Trystyn despite all the problems he was dealing with. It was Trystyn's love for Eoin that helped him to believe in himself and all of his friends. Erin

  • Janet
    2019-04-01 20:08

    Nice wrap up, didn't really feel there was much of a real romance between Eoin and Trystyn it sort of got lost with everything else that was happening, Book 2 and Ceithin are still my favorites.

  • Shelley
    2019-03-29 17:08

    3.5 stars