Harry Dresden describes it as: "Pure flame filled me, the joyous heat of full summer, and I exalted in the sudden, overflowing life of it. It met the tiny spark of hope still glowing within me and the two multiplied." It gives him raw power to draw upon, fueling his spells, his weakened body, and for a time keeping the cold of Winter at bay.
In the seriesEdit
- Main article: Summer Knight (novel)
- Main article: Proven Guilty
- Main article: Small Favor
In Small Favor the Summer Fire within Fix, the Summer Knight, prevents the snowflakes from falling on him. Each snowflake seems to find a way around him on its way to the ground, and though he only wears jeans and a green silk t-shirt, he is totally unaffected by the cold.
- Main article: Cold Days
In Cold Days, Lily, distracted by Maeve's lies, hurls a huge wall of Summer Fire at [[Harry Dresden|Dresden]. He managed to protect himself and Fix from the flames with Winter ice. Lily, seeing that he survives, becames enraged, with Summer Fire replacing her eyes. After talking with Harry, she then launches a miniature star of Summer Fire directly at his head, too concentrated for him to block, only for Fix to stand up and deflect the bolt with his Faerie Sword, which is partially melted in the process.