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White Hot (Hidden Legacy) Mass Market Paperback – May 30, 2017
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Nevada Baylor has a unique and secret skill— she knows when people are lying—and she’s used that magic (along with plain, hard work) to keep her colorful and close-knit family’s detective agency afloat. But her new case pits her against the shadowy forces that almost destroyed the city of Houston once before, bringing Nevada back into contact with Connor “Mad” Rogan.
Rogan is a billionaire Prime—the highest rank of magic user—and as unreadable as ever, despite Nevada’s “talent.” But there’s no hiding the sparks between them. Now that the stakes are even higher, both professionally and personally, and their foes are unimaginably powerful, Rogan and Nevada will find that nothing burns like ice . . .
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I am not going to try to tell you about the story in this book since everything you need to know without a spoiler is in the synopsis, I am here to tell you to get this book and the one before and after it as soon as you can lay your grubby little hands on them.
It was an amazing story, it never did what you were sure the next step was going to be, there was a wee bit more graphic sex than in any other Ilona Andrews book I can remember reading (and I think I have read them all) and at the end (and I hated that this book even HAD an ending, I wanted it to go on forever) you just kind of sit back and wonder what in the world you can read now because almost anything else will seem amateurish in comparison to this amazing story. It will take a few days to wear off LOL
Bottom Line: 5 Stars, I could hardly sit the book down, it kept going off in a direction I could not guess. It might be advantageous to wait until 25 Jul 2017 so you can read all 3 of them in a row, trust me, you won't be bored but you might forget to eat.
This book is everything I didn't dare wish for, yet the universe channeled the authors in order to deliver it to me and every other undeserving wretch left to blubber in incoherence at how hot, how sweet, how action-packed, how perfectly paced, and how in-your-face awesome this novel is. I don't even care how many adjectives that was because at least they're words and they are legible and somewhat sensical and that's more than I expected to be capable of at this point.
I must reread this book. No, I must reread book one and then reread this book, the better to be blown away once again. Excuse me while I go and do that.
Nevada bad arse in arms... is simply an intriguing female character. She's loyal, fierce, honest, polite, smart, and she packs heat (but she's relatable!!). There's something intangible about her. Out of all the thousands of stories I've read, Nevada stands out among fictional characters to me. Maybe it's that she's inherently a good person who is forced to do bad things at times (to bad people). She keeps in grips with her humanity. And in a way, maybe she's Rogan's opposite, where he lost some of his (or thinks he has). She questions herself and I like that about her. Not everyone does.
And Mad Rogan <sigh>. I don't even go for men with issues but even I'm not immune to his charm (what can I say, he's an alluring character and I'm weak).
Ilona Andrews - these two just weave great stories (I'm a total Ilona Andrews fangirl... it's kind of embarrassing). I'm not one for spoilers so I'm not going into the story. Don't be cheap. This one is worth buying. Buy the kindle version. Buy the print. We need these type of books out there to show the amateurs how to write intelligent and witty Fantasy Romance. It can be done. White Hot proves it. Enjoy. Now I'm going to go and reread it.
In the first book, Nevada’s small detective agency is forced to find and return a super powerful fire mage. She gets help from “Mad” Rogan, possible the most powerful mage in town. He can slice buildings in two and slice paper thin strip of wood from floating chopsticks. Along the way she expresses her interest in him to the readers, not to him. She thinks he is hotter than the fire mage, but knows there can never be anything between them so she keeps it to herself, even though he makes crazy love to her using only his magic.
In this book she takes the case of a man whose wife has been murdered. In the course of her work she comes across Rogan, and we’re off and running. Eventually, they get together, both in body and heart. No, I don’t even consider that to be a spoiler. it’s obvious from looking at the book covers, just like the lion on the cover of the Kate Daniels series told you who she was going to be with.
And that comes to the comparisons between this series and the Daniels series. Kate is much more ruthless than Nevada. Kate was raised and trained to be a killer. Nevada hates it when she has to kill in self-defense, but like Kate, she has some strong magic she has kept hidden. The guys are pretty much the same as far as being the strong, protective alpha that is so common in these types of books. They are both a little softer under the surface than they appear. If you have read both series you know that Curran is a much better kisser than Rogan. It took sex and an orgasm to get Nevada to say “the universe exploded”. Curran got Kate to say it after only one kiss.
This is more urban fantasy than paranormal romance, despite the way it is marketed. The main story arcs started in the first book,, continue to this book, and will be carried to the next one, So read the first one before reading this. It is well worth it.
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