Sunday, September 3, 2017

Wildfire by Ilona Andrews

Author: Ilona Andrews
Publisher: Avon
Date of publication: July 2017

Just when Nevada Baylor has finally come to accept the depths of her magical powers, she also realizes she’s fallen in love. Connor “Mad” Rogan is in many ways her equal when it comes to magic, but she’s completely out of her elements when it comes to her feelings for him. To make matters more complicated, an old flame comes back into Rogan’s life…

Rogan knows there’s nothing between him and his ex-fiance, Rynda Sherwood. But as Nevada begins to learn more about her past, her power, and her potential future, he knows she will be faced with choices she never dreamed of and the promise of a life spent without him.

As Nevada and Rogan race to discover the whereabouts of Rynda’s kidnapped husband and are forced to confront Nevada’s grandmother, who may or may not have evil motives, these two people must decide if they can trust in each other or allow everything to go up in smoke.

Wildfire is the third book in the Hidden Legacy series. It takes up right where the second book, White Hot, left off, so I would say it's a good idea to read the first two books to get yourself up to speed.  This book really does assume that you read the first two and know what's going on.  I won't add any spoilers in this review because there are a couple of surprises.

That being said, I loved this installation.  It was fast paced, action filled and I couldn't put it down. Watching Nevada and Rogan grow closer as a couple as well as partners in their war was fun to watch.  The secondary characters are also coming into their own and growing to be more fleshed out.  They also help to add some humor to the book.  I loved Grandma Frida the most.

I had thought that this was a trilogy, but the epilogue leaves you with a feeling that there is more to come from these characters.  If there isn't another book, I would be surprised. So, while you are waiting, I definitely recommend this book as well as the series so far.  It's a lot of fun to read.

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