Monday, March 13, 2017

Review for Fire Burn by Wendy Knight - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS - AMAZON LINK

“I’ve always been able to see the auras. But I knew you couldn’t because you refuse to see the darkness in people and I didn’t want you to ever change. So I didn’t tell you.”

Fate thought the prophecy was over. She graduated high school, made big plans with her family and her boyfriend to travel the world, and got a full-ride scholarship for college in the fall.

Despite blowing up the chemistry lab twice.

But all that changes when the witches show up, because the war they thought they won is just beginning and without Fate and Destiny leading the way, it’s a war they will all lose. Unfortunately, the coven wants them to lead separate teams. Like they somehow don’t realize Fate works better with her sister by her side.

Oh, and Damien.

Damien isn’t going to let the girl he loves face these odds alone. In fact, he’ll risk everything, even her, to help win this battle and keep her alive. Damien makes an impossible choice, one that will change them all.

Sometimes, love isn’t the answer.


MY REVIEW -


I'm loving this series so far! I love the quirky attitudes of Fate and Destiny, and I love the little bits of humor throughout the book. I also love the action, and all the witchy goodness! The broom flying was awesome! This is the second book in the series, so I'd recommend reading the first book before this one, or there will be spoilers, and the first book has a lot of information that is definitely helpful to know when reading this one. This book is told from Fate and Damien's POV's, and while I enjoyed getting both their POV's, I was really missing Destiny's POV, and I would have loved to have some chapters with the events happening with Destiny, but I get that this is Fate's book, so the main focus is on her story. Fate and Destiny have been told that they need to train for a big battle coming up and that each girl will lead a team of witches separately, and they must go without their family and without their boyfriends Damien and Quin, so both girl's are having a hard time with being separated from everyone; especially each other, but they both know they need to do what they can to save the witches from being killed by the warlocks. Fate and Destiny training in witchy things was so fun! I loved all of that! I also really love the connection between the girl's and their boyfriends; the romances are so sweet! As I said earlier, this is Fate and Damien's story, and I loved getting to see their relationship on a deeper level, and to understand the connection they share. They both are put into very difficult situations, and my heart was breaking for both of them a couple times. Fate really comes into her own, and shows how strong she really is, and she kicks some major butt! This book is a complete story and I know a prequel is coming out, but I'm not sure if there will be a book 3, but I would definitely love if there were! Looking forward to more in this series and more by Wendy Knight!!

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