Review excerpts for Your Name, In Fire:
“All of the characters were extremely likeable (even the antagonist!) and the way Emory tied events together was phenomenonal.”
“Very few books hold my attention long enough to make it to chapter three, but this one had me pulling all-nighters, unable to put it down.”
“What you really want to know is that it is cohesively written with lots of action, suspense, and plot twists, and that the characters are engaging and believable.”
“A great story, well told: Wry, suspenseful and romantic + great plot and characters = a perfect read!!”
“The pacing was excellent. It was hard to put the book down.”
Game producer Connor Black doesn’t believe in the supernatural. He’s about to find out how wrong he is.
Sparks fly when a pretty, enigmatic writer named Wendy joins Connor’s video game studio. Wendy has some strange habits, and she’s careful never to reveal much of her backstory. But despite their mutual infatuation, Connor’s too distracted by work to dig deeper.
And before long, he’s got his own secrets to worry about. A tattooed stranger nearly kills Connor, but he keeps the incident to himself—and he tries to convince himself that Wendy’s weird behavior isn’t really that weird. Stressed and sleep-deprived over the looming deadline of a huge game launch, Connor has no time to deal with ‘weird’.
But when the evidence trail of a murder begins to lead back to Connor himself, he must track down the answers to the questions he’s been avoiding, even if it means risking his sanity—and his life.
With YOUR NAME, IN FIRE, new author Kera Emory spins a psychological vampire thriller with a black sense of humor and a deeply nerdy heart.