"Best book I have ever read besides The Fault In Our Stars." -- Hope Cooper (Amazon Review)
"This book was awesome! I love the idea!...The story is fun, exciting and full of drama!" -- Jen Stewart of Jen's Bookshelf
"I was riveted throughout and was eager to see what would happen - there was drama, danger, action and romance that was wonderfully detailed and described." -- S. Condous "SC" of Obsession With Books
"YES ITS DIFFERENT AND I THROUGHLY ENJOYED IT!! I'm a vampire lover, and enjoy any tale that is certainly unlike any other and that grabs and piques my interest. Ignite certainly did this." -- K.M. Whittaker
"It's a unique and riveting tale that leaves you begging for more! (On that note - I am quite literally breathless in anticipation for Simmer to come out!)" -- Maria Maldo (Amazon Review)
"I walked into a sign while reading this book - I could not tear myself away until I finished it!" -- Uncle Jimmy (Amazon Review)
"It's been a while since I have read a really good YA vampire book. They have become so cliche that I often avoid them. Imagine my surprise when I picked up Ignite and fell in love with it by page 17." -- Kristin of Better Read Than Dead
"Likeable characters, I'm sure you will giggle with, frown at, and even curse, moments where you heart will be palpitating and a curve ball is thrown in." -- K.M. Whittaker
From the Inside Flap
IGNITE (Midnight Fire #1) EXCERPTPROLOGUE
Kira watched as he languidly stood, flexing his muscles as
though he had just awakened from a long dream. He stretched his arms over his
head and cracked the bones in his neck before finally settling his gaze on her.
She hardly recognized him, the boy she had fallen in love with. Where minutes
before there had been light and emotion in his eyes, now there was only a black
hole, a seemingly endless abyss. Kira had never seen him look at her that way,
like less than food, like vermin, even since the first time they had met.
"Aren't you going to run?" he asked with sinister
humor coloring his words. The smirk on his face may as well have been a knife
cutting through her heart. The darkness had always called him, but Kira thought
that being with her would be enough to keep him from crossing over. She saw now
that he had surrendered to his nature, and for the first time, she felt real
fear when he looked at her.
Kira stepped backward on shaky feet, trying to digest the
question. She didn't have an answer. How could she turn her back on him and run
away? The man she loved was trying to kill her. There were no options. Could
she forget it all--all the nights they had shared kissing and swapping secrets--and
fight to kill? Or would she run and admit that there was no hope he would
return to her?
Kira said his name and reached out her hand, searching one last
time for the man she had lost.
"Yes, honey?" The words hit her like a slap in the
face as they rolled off his tongue, drenched in sarcasm.
Kira looked up at the sun, still hidden behind the shadow of
the moon, and sprinted into the tree line behind her. She couldn't give up on
him now. But when the eclipse was over, maybe she would finally find the
strength to fight.