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I was actually surprised to find out Hadley was pregnant, just to lose the baby. That part was very heartbreaking. It was like a slap in the face to her. Lose Finn, find out your having his baby...nope, cant have that either! I cried for her (with horrible looks from the hubby) throughout Igniting the Wild Sparks.
I need answers! I NEED to know what happened to Hadley and Finn; together or separate. Does Hadley find out what Morgan did? Are they still friends? Did Morgan actually talk to Finn while at the ER? I will be reading The Keys to Jericho but don't know if I will get my answers. Hopefully there is more to come from this series!
I know, I've kind of gotten attached to these people, okay characters, but I just can't help it. Ren Alexander did an amazing job making them so REAL. In every single page. True Talent!
In relationships people come together with different and similar beliefs, morals, family structures, dreams, goals and etc. It is how they can communicate, trust, love, and compromise that can make or break a relationship.
As you read, you can sense the connection that Hadley and Finn have. They truly love each other but what each of them wants for the future besides being together is what they need to come to terms with. They need to communicate and compromise to figure out if this will survive in the end.
Hadley is in love with Finn and wants to get married and have a family with him. Finn loves Hadley and wants to be with her forever. He wants to be her husband but is scared that if they do they will end up with a divorce. He is conflicted more because he doesn't want children but then again he seems to want it all with Hadley but can't get past his fear. Can they agree and be happy being married and having a family, do they just live together and be happy like that or are they unable to compromise and go their separate ways.
I recommend that you read this series. This is an awesome series to read. The Wild Sparks series will take you on an emotional rollercoaster ride. Make sure that you have tissues near by as you read through the series.u
Where do I even begin!!
This is book Three in The Wild Sparks Series. The continuation of Finn and Becks story.
Have you ever read a book that makes you laugh so hard it hurts, cry so much you can't see thru the tears, love the characters as tho they are your friends, want to punch someone so badly for just being themselves.... then throw away your kindle to top it off??? Well if you haven't then look no further! I Won't give away the plot! But if you loved Chasing the Wild Sparks and Daring the Wild Sparks, this book won't disappoint!
This is in my top 5 favourite books of all time! A Must read!!!!!
Finn Wilder and Hadley Beckett are in love and Hadley wants to take that next step with the love of her life: marriage. After witnessing his parent's divorce Finn is scared of commitment. He loves Hadley, his "Becks", but he is terrified of marriage. Finn Wilder, the man who base jumps off of bridges, is scared to marry the love of his life. Hadley decides to take matters into her own hands and the story continues...
And I have to mention Rod and Morgan, these two add so much to the story and the interaction between all four characters is terrific. You have to read it to believe it.
I love these books but I hate the cliffhangers. I'm glad I'm reading them but, geez, I need my Finn fix!
I definitely recommend this book, but you do need to read them in order so go buy all three!