I give Nite Fire: Smoke & Mirrors by C.L. Schneider, 5 stars.
*This review may contain spoilers from previous books in series.*
The more Dahlia decides to stay, the more she struggles. She has been hiding what she really is and her past to almost everyone. But the more she does, the more she seems to hurt those closest to her. She must decide whether to trust those she cares for or continue hiding. But that’s not all. There are body parts washing up on the flooded riverbed — and not all of them appear to be human parts. Who is doing this and why? Can she figure out what or who is behind it? At what cost to her and her friends?
I have loved this series from the beginning and it just keeps getting better and better. The story itself is something like I haven’t seen before. And it is not a simple problem with a simple answer. There are many things going on and many facets to this puzzle. Dahlia herself is so complex but she is also growing too. She struggles with the way she has always thought. Not to mention how much she cares about both her friends and those in need of help. The cast of secondary characters provide even more wonderful layers.
This series showcases how Urban Fantasy should be and I highly recommend this book. I suggest reading the previous books in the series first to understand more.
Review by @erinwolf79