Wildfire (Hidden Legacy #3) by Ilona Andrews #BookReview #UrbanFantasy
Wildfire is the explosive third installment in the Hidden Legacy urban fantasy series by author duo Ilona Andrews, and it is everything I expected and more. The heart-stopping action sequences mesmerize, shock, and pull you in to page after page of magnetic prose. Just try to claw yourself away from the book mid-scene. I dare you. Click to read my review of Wildfire!
December 15, 2014
Book Review: Burn For Me (Hidden Legacy #1) by Ilona Andrews
The magic in this story universe is an innovative mix of innate genetic ability and physical spell work based on arcane glyphs and circles- like something straight out of a high fantasy novel. Magic has boundaries - meaning it doesn't give even the Primes, the most powerful of mages - limitless potential.
I haven't enjoyed an urban fantasy book this much since the first Night Huntress book, and that series is one of my all time favorites! This series has a lot of potential and should appeal to lovers of paranormal romance as much as fans of urban fantasy, thanks to the solid writing of team Ilona Andrews and their fierce, daring characterization of Rogan and Baylor.
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