“…when Sara is forced to return to her hometown, she didn’t anticipate for Jaxon to be there. Nor does she anticipate the change in him; a change so harsh and callous, he is a stranger with a dangerous agenda of his own.”
Ooooooooh this one sounds intense! Plus, book #2 is already out, and a book #3 is on the way!
Toni: I think I saw you mention Ignite and Burn by R.J. Lewis is on a list of yours to be read. I just wanted to remind you of them. I think you’ll LoVe!
Debbie: Reading them now. Just stated Burn. Not sure what I think of Remy yet. These books are really good. Can’t wait to see what happens.
Summer: I read both it was a good series. Did not wow me but definitely good!
Toni: I really loved them both. Great writing, excellent character development. Bit of MC. They sure wow’d me! Can’t wait for her to write more.
Claire: I was hooked from the 1st chapter! that doesnt happen very often!
Kandace: Loved this series. Book 2 went in a direction I would of thought when I first started ignite.
About book #1:
They grew up together as the closest of friends… and then more. When Sara Nolan and Jaxon Barlow decided to be together, their relationship as a young couple was consumed by a love that was both passionate and beautiful. Sara had it all when it came to a boyfriend: romance, trust, and a protector of all things bad. Jaxon had given her his bleeding heart for the keeping.
The last thing Sara expected was to ruin it all. Falling into a darkness that turned her loving relationship into a chaos of deceit and violence, she walked away from the pain she was inflicting on the man she loved, never seeking to return again.
But when Sara is forced to return to her hometown, she didn’t anticipate for Jaxon to be there. Nor does she anticipate the change in him; a change so harsh and callous, he is a stranger with a dangerous agenda of his own. Ignited by her past feelings and the reminder of the guilt she carries in her heart, Sara attempts to avoid Jaxon at all costs… only to find herself trying to pull him out of the same darkness she was once in.