Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Review of "Ignited" By: Suzannah Daniels

"Ignited" By: Suzannah Daniels
Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆

One hunky fireman with the biggest heart meets one troubled girl in desperate of someone to care for and take notice of her. 

Starting off with a bang, Hawk is thrust into Amber's life when he rescues her from a car accident.  What he sees within Amber is such sadness that it seeps into your very being.  His caring nature and big heart will not allow him to ignore this cry for help. 

Amber has moved to Creekview to escape and hide out from her past and her present.  A past that has left her feeling deeply sad and feeling very much alone, with no hope.  When Hawk enters her life, he brings with him hope.  Hope for a future and hope to begin living again.  Under Hawk's tender care, she slowly gains her self-confidence back and discovers her own self-worth again. 

Hawk has to be one of the most sensitive book boyfriends ever, knowing exactly what to say and do at exactly the right time.  He has a heart with a great capacity to love and care, frequently putting others needs before his own.  His romantic nature does not need much coaxing to come out and boy is he romantic.  He is just what Amber needs but equally he has his own sadness that he needs to come to terms with. 

Amber's sadness comes from deep inside ad you cannot help but feel this with her.  The emotional roller coaster she has been on has left her drained but with the support and care she gets from Hawk, we see her beyond the sadness to the strong and determined woman she actually is. 

One person can make a difference and everyone of us is important.  But no matter how hard you try and escape from your past it will eventually catch up with you.  Can Amber and Hawk survive her past? 

I loved this incredibly beautiful, romantic read, with its amazing contrasting characters that captured my heart and won't let go.  It is emotional; filled with sadness but equally hope and happiness and is heart warming.  The twists and turns along the way kept me captivated until the very last word and beyond.   

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