↠ Monsters : I Bring the Fire Part II || · PDF Download by ✓ C. Gockel

By C. Gockel | Comments: ( 617 ) | Date: ( Jul 04, 2020 )

After being attacked by a serial killer, saved by Loki so called God of Mischief, Lies and Chaos dragged to Alfheim, losing every cent in her bank account, and caring for her grandmother, Amy Lewis has lost her scholarship to veterinary school But it s alright She has a plan If she manages to keep her day job as a receptionist, and her night job as a vet tech, she mAfter being attacked by a serial killer, saved by Loki so called God of Mischief, Lies and Chaos dragged to Alfheim, losing every cent in her bank account, and caring for her grandmother, Amy Lewis has lost her scholarship to veterinary school But it s alright She has a plan If she manages to keep her day job as a receptionist, and her night job as a vet tech, she may be able to get her scholarship reinstated and save enough money for the dreaded miscellaneous fees Too bad her day boss is unbearableAgent Steve Rogers has political aspirations, but when a suitcase nuke turns out to be something much worse and so called Norse gods start showing up in his life, he has a priority shift.Meanwhile, Loki s priorities and plans haven t changed at all He wants Asgard to burn Of course, earthly pleasures can be so distracting.These three disparate characters have little in common, but they ll have to join forces to save earth from trolls, wyrms, frost giant invasions, and an old evil growing beneath Chicago s streets.In this second volume of I Bring the Fire, chaos comes to our world and decides to stay The nine realms will never be the same.

  • Title: Monsters : I Bring the Fire Part II
  • Author: C. Gockel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

C. Gockel

C Gockel got her start writing fanfiction, and she is not ashamed Much She received emails, messages and reviews from her fans telling her she should do this professionally She didn t because she is a coward and life as a digital designer, copywriter and coder is dependable But in the end, her husband s nagging wore her down You could be the next 50 Shades of Gray and I could retire Unfortunately, the author isn t much for writing smut She is sad about this she d love for her husband to be able to retire and just work for her so she could nag him.At the moment, Ms Gockel is working on the next installment of I Bring the Fire.Ms Gockel loves to hear from readers She can be reached by email at cgockel.publishing at gmailHer Facebook page is facebook CGockelWrites

Comments Monsters : I Bring the Fire Part II

  • Shari Kay

    Hmmm. Liked Loki a bit less in this one (knowing his thoughts/past & present actions can be dangerous for a romantic). But, I suppose it's hard to judge someone who's lived a multitude of lifetimes. I still want Loki to get his revenge against Odin thoughdly. I'm also hoping things aren't as they seem.Things are heating up with the entity Cera. Amy's boss, Steve, has a conscience but apparently can't be completely trusted. He's not nearly as bad as the requisite idiot head honcho, Jameson, w [...]

  • Morv

    I cannot wait to read the next book.I am still unsure about Rogers but I do like the role he is playing currently. At the start of the book I thought the author had made him pretty close to being the same as the Marvel comic's Rogers, but as I continued to read it couldn't be further from the truth. Roger's is a man with a far bit of depth, the author has taken care in creating him for this role that he is now in and he has a background story; it's not indepth but we learn the basics of him.Amy [...]

  • Steve

    Usually when I read some series books I say there isn't a need to read the previous ones because each stands alone. While this book can stand alone, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice if you didn't start with part 1. The author has not only put together an excellent series but her tiered pricing marketing approach makes this a very affordable and highly readable series. Did I mention the first book is free on ? Now, picking up soon after Loki leaves us in part 1, he comes back to more [...]

  • Roxy the Fury

    Ends in a cliffhangerI get that this is a series but a cliffhanger? Really? Loki goes from like able to unlikeable in two seconds flat. The flashbacks into his life are amazing and well written. The ever evolving door of characters gets irksome. Seriously, you have to keep up with over 20 characters and sometimes it's just plain taxing. I'm not sure if I'll continue. I said I wouldn't read past the first book but Loki's story kept calling. I'll see if the same happens with book three.

  • Karen

    Oh Gockel sure knows how to leave you hanging. ANd then wanting more This series sure has you laughing and seeing a different side to Loki that you don't see in other stories. And I can not wait to read the next book

  • Michelle Fritz

    Could not get enough!! I have to read more!!! Loki is the bad boy that you can't help but buckle your seat belt and go along on the ride with! You know he'll keep the party going and keep you entertained! Ms. Gockel writes with wit, knowledge and plenty of heart. You will not be bored with this saga! Leaves you breathless and begging for more!

  • Karen **Mess**

    Oh! It endedummm, ok

  • Meke

    I cannot wait to get my hands on the next book. This series is simply amazing. I will highly recommend this series to anyone who's a fan of Norse mythology and enjoys a book full of great characters.

  • P. Kirby

    In Monsters: Bring the Fire, Part II, the story's tone, though still fun, starts to take on a slightly darker tone. Amy Lewis, formerly a veterinary student, is now working two jobs in hopes of recouping her losses from her last run-in with Loki, he of mischief and miscommunication (taking her offer for financial assistance too literally, he ran off with everything in her bank account). Working nights as a veterinary assistant, her day job is as an administrative assistant with the FBI, which wo [...]

  • Jan Niblock

    The continuation of the Amy and Loki story is full of adventure and suspense. You are not sure if you like Loki or not and there are times, it is both. I found myself wanting to know what is going to happen next and the author does a great job of keeping the reader engaged. I found myself routing for Loki to be the good guy, especially for Amy. But the author keeps you in the dark, there is so much mystery around Loki even with the glimpses of his life, you are still left wondering. The characte [...]

  • Iris

    The action in this book was wonderful! The story line is still carrying along well at this point too.I still have a lot of issues with Loki, the biggest one being this: You really can't tell if he actually cares about Amy, or if she's just someone to play games with. I actually don't think HE knows whether he cares about her or not. If you think about it that way then it is actually very well written. As for Amy: It's almost like she has Stockholm Syndrome. She doesn't have very many people in h [...]

  • Carly Odonoghue

    Monsters, I Bring The Fire Part 2 is the amazing continued story of Amy and Loki by C.Gockel.Again I loved this book from the beginning to the end but the one thing I really wasn’t sure of was the introduction of Agent Steve Rogers. I just think of my least favorite Marvel character ever. But I overcame this very quickly as he is no where near the same Captain America character. This book doesn't lull at any point and the author grabs the readers attention with the relationship between Loki an [...]

  • Nic

    I could not put this book down, even if it meant neglecting my spouse and child. I was actually relieved to contract a bit of mild food poisoning (dining out being necessary because I was too wrapped up in the story to go grocery shopping or come up with a creative meal plan with what was left in the cupboards) because it gave me a great excuse to tuck myself onto the couch and finish the book. Enthralling, enchanting, exciting. It's been a while since a book captured me like this series has.Not [...]

  • Fiona

    I am really loving this series though I do feel like I should take all the myth retelling with a grain of salt! I marked down book 2 of the series to a 4/5 because it was so short and I wanted more out of it. Just bought book 3 so I really do hope it's longer. Loki in this series has just been so fun to follow and his interactions with Amy are so hilarious!! LOL @ all the boob comments from all the characters; and just overall there are so many witty lines. I definitely recommend this series for [...]

  • Charles Daniel

    Loki As The (Sorta) Hero.Loki and Amy continue to dance about each other as we get more flashbacks to Loki's past. There are more hints that Loki's past is more convoluted than even he knows. Trolls, Wyrms and other bizarre creatures continue to invade the world of men, Midgard. ADUO attempts to keep the supernatural incursions quiet while dealing with internal conflicts.The second installment of this series expands and continues the mythic story of Loki's life begun in _I Bring The Fire I_. Thi [...]

  • Nicole

    I have really fallen in love with this series and started the third book as soon as I finished this one. Ms. Gockel has done a great job with her character and story development, she makes me want to read norse mythology so I know what the myths are and what she has taken creative license with. Ms. Gockel is proof that the self published authors can put out something every bit as good as the big name publishers. I'm keeping this author on my watch list.

  • Monica Porta

    After reading the first in the series, I immediately bought the second and devoured it. I'm a huge fan of Loki and I wasn't disappointed. He is a complex, charming/infuriating character with a sad and horrific past. Amy is the perfect counterpart to Loki, and together they make an improbable and yet sweet couple of misfits. I already bought the third title and I'm very much looking forward to reading how the story ends.

  • Patricia

    A second book that doesn't disappointAfter Loki left in the 1st book Amy and Beatrice had bad luck strike more than once. Will Loki return to help? C. Gockel does a great job in her books giving us insight into multiple POV's without it becoming choppy or confusing. New characters are introduced and the adventure keeps coming. The story continues to flow and keep you on your toes! What happens to Loki and Amy at the end? Keep reading!

  • Luka Novak

    Adventures of Amy and Loki continue. But rather than being just the two of them (plus Amy's grandmother and her dog) now FBI special division gets involved. Chaos and hilarity ensues, as was probably's Loki intention all along.Gockel continues with her unique take on Norse mythology and how in interacts with modern America. However book goes in slightly different direction than previous one, it's not just Loki and Amy now.Entertaining read.

  • E.M. Taggart

    This series presents Loki as he should be: sympathetic and infuriating, sometimes doing things that are quite wrong but not evil by nature, sometimes on the side of good but with selfish motives mixed in.

  • Nichelle

    A bargain price and well worth the read if you like adventure stories. The author is self-publishing her stories. Check out part one to see how it all began. She's currently working on the next installment.

  • Rebecca

    I thoroughly loved this book. It's one of those rare occasions where the sequel is better than the original!I can't wait to see where Loki and Amy's travels and adventure lead. It was the best ending because it left me wanting more and more!

  • Jenn

    I finished this one in a day, so I obviously loved it. Bring on book three!

  • Jennie

    Ah Loki.

  • Victoria Case

    loved it! Well researched, well written & how could you not fall for a bad boy with a little bit of good in him?

  • Nadine

    Okis was much better than the first book. Much easier to follow the flashbacks and much more exciting. I actually like Steve the new character. Now onto books 3, 3.5, and 4. Happy Reading :)

  • Julie Carroll

    OK, i try not to do this but I have some criticismsUsually if I have issues with a book, I just don't review because taste is so individual and i don't want to screw with an author's livelihood. However, I did like the books enough to want to explain my partial endorsement and give some suggestions for possible revamping.So here is the actual review:The first two books in the Loki series are a definite high three stars and worth reading but I feel that both books have places where a reworking wo [...]

  • Tonja Drecker

    I picked this one up right after reading the first book in the series and loved this one just as much. . .even more?. . . than the first. There's a new magical source in town and the officials are doing everything they can to keep it hidden in the subway system. It's name is Cera, and the person that wields it will have amazing magical capabilities. Cera, although not a true life source in the traditional sense, connects mentally Loki and asks for his help to free her. He agrees for his own pers [...]

  • Elyse

    After Loki emptied out her bank account in the end of the previous book, Amy found a job as a receptionist for the FBI. Turn out they had their eyes on her ever since the God of Mischief appears into her life.Monsters are popping out of some magical gates through Chicago. Amy’s new boss, Steve Rogers (nope not Captain America unfortunately) believes Loki have a connection with all of this and wants to capture him for information.The second book of this series is not nearly as fun as the first [...]

  • Hayley

    Really enjoyed this second book the in series. Picked up a little while after the previous one ended, and whilst there seemed to be a lot that had happened in-between, but the characters were exactly as I remembered them, the banter good, and the plot interesting. Loki and Amy are certainly and interesting pair! I think the ended was a little rushed and didn't quite add up for me, thus the four stars, but otherwise I really enjoyed this story and look forward to reading some more!

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