Flame & Stone : Dunning Manor

  • by Jamie DeBree
  • Narrated by Kevin Clay
  • Series: Dunning Manor
  • 3 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It takes a lot of heat to melt a heart of stone...
Flames once put the heartbroken Thomas Grady under the ancient curse of an old manor house. Two hundred years later, fire fueled by an unholy passion drives Katie Watson to the same manor for protection. Assigned as her guardian under duress, Thomas just wants to do his job and go back to sleep.
Katie falls hard for her new protector, even as they're planning an intervention for her nemesis. And now that she's found Thomas, she refuses to give him up - even if that means she has to travel through time and space to make it happen...


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A fast paced, exciting paranormal read...

This book, Flame & Stone (book 1) by Jamie DeBree Is a fast paced, exciting paranormal read. I would also classify it as a thriller, suspense and a romance story. I enjoyed listening to this audio book and in my opinion, I feel this story is an original story line. The setting starts out in 1801. As you read this book, you will run into things like druids and gargoyles (both of which are new to me).

The author, Jamie DeBree did an excellent job on this book. The plot is great. The story just amazed me. The narrator, Kevin Clay did a fantastic job with his multiple voices and accents too! I swear I even heard one voice that sounded like Sean Connery! This book as a whole is awesome! Great job you two!

***I received this audio book as a gift in exchange for a honest and unbiased review.***
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- Terri

Savior in Stone

Would you listen to Flame & Stone again? Why?

Yes to make sure I didn't miss anything from the storytelling. LOL

Who was your favorite character and why?

Katie: I thought it was great she needed saved and could save Thomas at the same time. :)

Which character – as performed by Kevin Clay – was your favorite?

Thomas: The voice he used made him sound so hot!!!!

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When the best friend stepped in to save Katie.

Any additional comments?

1st I'd like to say I really enjoyed "Flame and Stone". I didn't know what to think at first when the book started with the heroine in dire trouble. When she was smart enough to get her self away from the crazy boyfriend I just thought "Thank God". I really thought the authors idea of starting the book off with a shock was great. He sucks you into the story line with it.
Thomas did start off as a sad savior. He was just a little hoo hum. He is cursed to the manor and only 1 woman can save him from his curse. So he is in disbelief it will ever happen so why hope. Poor hottie gargoyle. LOL I realy loved it when he eats what is probably the worst cooked food that someone could serve him. Not one complaint. Check one for the best guy on the planet.
Only the best friend was a crazy lady surprise. That the author puts her right by the end. (No story killer infor here! LOL)
I thought it sounded fairly thought out the "Plan to break the curse". Katie and Thomas were interested in each other. They both needed saving, him from the curse and her from a crazy killer ex. For an audio book that is less than 4 hours in length. I give big kudos's to an author that can write about 2 people needing saving from their troubles. Get revenge on the asshole. Brings a BFF that goes against Katie than becomes a heroine herself in the end. Romance and a little on the hot side of life. Two more surprise evil villains who get what they have coming to them. And doesn't leave you hanging. I just have to say WOW!
Kevin Clay is the narrator. I really like listening to his voice. He is great at bringing a story to like. You can hear the emotions in a story through this narration. It really keeps the story alive for you.

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- dailey "I love books! Big books, little books. Funny books, paranormal books! I really just want to live in a library!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-19-2015
  • Publisher: Brazen Snake Books