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Wildfire: A Hidden Legacy Novel Mass Market Paperback – July 25, 2017
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“...phenomenal... brilliant Andrews pulls out all the stops and delivers in a mammoth way... an incredible saga... jam-packed with high-stakes magical mayhem, family and political machinations, as well as the development of an abiding passion and respect. This series is an utter joy to read”
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In this thrilling conclusion to #1 New York Times bestselling author Ilona Andrews’s Hidden Legacy series, Nevada and Rogan grapple with a power beyond even their imagination . . .
Nevada Baylor can’t decide which is more frustrating—harnessing her truthseeker abilities or dealing with Connor “Mad” Rogan and their evolving relationship. Yes, the billionaire Prime is helping her navigate the complex magical world in which she’s become a crucial player—and sometimes a pawn—but she also has to deal with his ex-fiancée, whose husband has disappeared, and whose damsel-in-distress act is wearing very, very thin.
Rogan faces his own challenges, too, as Nevada’s magical rank has made her a desirable match for other Primes. Controlling his immense powers is child’s play next to controlling his conflicting emotions. And now he and Nevada are confronted by a new threat within her own family. Can they face this together? Or is their world about to go up in smoke?--This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Ilona Andrews. Touted as the final book in the Hidden Legacy series, many a
fan-girl have extremely high hopes pinned on a mere 400 and some pages. Can it
be possible? Can the dynamic writing duo tagged Ilona Andrews give us what we
need? What we crave, by the gods, even desire?
The answer is unequivocally YES.
Wildfire delivers and then some.
This series is a constant timeline, each book pretty much picking up right
where the last left off. We find Nevada embroiled in the middle of a serious family
matter that must be attended to, while the devious authors spin out the plot
for this book, smacking us squarely in the face with the ultimate possible relationship
killer, the lovely ex-girlfriend. Nevada and Rogan (we are now on an intimate
enough level to drop the Mad from time to time, but have no fear, he never lets
us forget it) are finally on stable ground with their relationship goals, or so
we think, when trouble comes to town in the form of a wicked Grandmother. I do
suppose that it is only fair that if we have such an incredible character as Grandma
Frieda we can only have a counterbalance of one spawned by Satan himself, in
the form of Victoria Tremaine.
The complex and interwoven plots that run through the story
are mostly three fold. We face our family issues, our case to be solved and the
larger story arc of discovering the identity of a person we come to call
Caesar. By the end of the book I have created an entire subplot of characters
walking around whispering “Hail Caesar” in a fashion worthy of any “Hail Hydra”
meme to date. While I am loath to offer
spoilers of any kind I will say this, book 3 in no way slams the door on this
world. We are given an extremely satisfying end, closing out any questions we
have at this time. Though I am certain that soon after reading for the 4th
time you will find a few to explore, the real squee worthy moment is in the
final page, when we see from Caesar’s POV that the authors are indeed NOT DONE WITH
THIS WORLD. **insert fainting fangirls here**
While I find that all of Ilona’s books are well written and
have complex, well developed characters and fast paced plots, this series holds
my heart a little tighter than the rest. I spare no shame for my constant
fangirl appreciation of their Innkeeper series, a world I willingly would move
to Red Deer, Texas, to be a forever guest within the Gertrude Hunt, But Mad
Rogan and Nevada somehow just seep into my soul. Something about these two resonates
with me soundly. Whether it is Nevada’s logical yet very real approach to
emotional triggers regarding things such as jealously, stress, relationships or
just life in general, or Mad Rogan’s fiercely hard fought for loyalty I can’t
say, but I will tell you this book just does it for me. If there are only 5
stars to give, I will steal some from others just so they can have 7. Read it, but start at book 1. While all of
Ilona’s books could be read out of order, there is just no reason to not start
at step one. It is worth the effort of a thousand steps to be a part of the journeys
As has been the case my entire life, when life gets me down – books bring me back up. When I was devastated recently, I turned to the Hidden Legacy series for comfort. Ilona Andrews is one of a few authors that can consistently give me that. I started with Burn for Me, flew through White Hot, and finally re-read Wildfire.
I am just as impressed this time as I was the first time I read it. Wildfire, cranks up the tension and kept me on the edge of my seat – despite knowing what was going to happen. The stakes are high, and Nevada and Rogan once again find themselves at the center of a disaster waiting to happen.
For me, the best thing in this series is Nevada and Rogan, and their relationship. The fact that they’re not perfect, they’re not infallible, and they sometimes make bone-headed decisions, simply adds to my certainty of their perfection for each other.
I also really enjoyed seeing Nevada navigate some of the more subtle, and even more obvious, nuances of politics within the Houses.
Obviously, I can’t say a whole heck of a lot without spoiling some of the best aspects of this book – but I will say that I missed (somewhat to my surprise) a certain character.
And despite this being (very loosely) tied up – I’m hoping we get a lot more books in this world, and specifically in this series to more firmly tie up a rather large, dangling thread.