- File Size: 439 KB
- Print Length: 204 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Skull Blaster Publishing LLC (September 30, 2013) (September 29, 2012)
- Publication Date: September 29, 2012
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009JV8VRU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #472,819 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
An Ignited Passion (Assassin/Shifter Book 9) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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I have read every book in this series so far and liked every single one, including this one. Part of why I like this series so much is the authors writing style. The author does a great job at making a very well rounded book that includes all the areas of development listed above. The characters are also well rounded, although there were a few questions I had regarding characterization in this book which is why I rated it a 9. The paranormal activity in this book, altough toned down some, never fails to make me forget real life will I was reading it. Although I would have like a bit more discription during some of the settings, the fire station setting was well written. The plot was connected to another story in the series, which I have read, however if a reader was just wanted to read this book only the plot may leave them a bit confused. The plot did develop at a nice pace though. Can't wait for Nik's story!
The most interesting thing about "An Ignited Passion" that makes it stand out from the other series installments is that we've been able to follow Wyatt's growth from a child to a college student. It's also quite captivating to see Preston's approach to dealing with the fact that the child he was mated to has grown up...and how he introduces himself into Wyatt's life (finally).
This is a solid 3-star addition to the series and I would recommend to fans who've read the previous books.
But the wait was definitely worth it. I was so angry that Sebastian got Wyatt into trouble and I hated that Preston was so mean to Wyatt. But the closer they grew, the hotter they got. When they finally admitted their feelings for each other, I couldn't have been happier. And I love that they saved themselves for each other. It kicked things up to a whole other level.
It did make me sad that Wyatt thought he was betraying his mate by being with Preston. Preston should have come clean with him sooner.
Wyatt Quinton is a born werewolf. When he was 7 and there was trouble from another pack, a white wolf covered his scent and protected him. He knew it was his mate, but his family tried to convince him it wasn't. He thought he was going crazy at times.
Preston Dalton was ignored and mistreated by his parents for being gay. He ran around with his two friends who were in the same boat. One night when they were 11 or 12, they went to a party. They got drunk and passed out and when they awoke, some older guys were trying to rape them. They fought, but then their attackers shifted and bit them. Once they were turned, they ran away and ended up joining Carson's pack. When he was 13, he protected Wyatt, and found his mate.
When Wyatt turned 18, Preston was going to let Wyatt know they were mates. He had kept it a secret because he was so much older and he couldn't be around because he needed to let Wyatt become an adult because he could not stomach the sexual thoughts he had for the younger man. But when he went to tell him, Wyatt was with Sebastian. So he waited until Wyatt got in trouble because of his boyfriend and was sentenced to working at the firehouse under him. He wanted Wyatt to love him for him, not because they were mates. But would Wyatt ever forgive him for not telling him who he was? When tragedy strikes, can Wyatt get past the betrayal? And what were Wesley and Tucker going to do when they find their mates and they are both straight? Could fate really be that cruel? Grab this book and find out all the answers to this and so much more! This book is filled with everything that makes a book great. I loved that this book takes a lot of twists and turns, and with every new book in the series, we learn more and more about the characters we have come to love.