Sunday, January 24, 2016

Review: Ignited by Corrine Jackson

Ignited
Sense Thieves #3
Paperback, 368 pages
Published by Kensington -Teen
Release Date: May 27th 2014

Blurb:
Nobody hides forever.
Ever since Remy O'Malley discovered her dual identity as a Healer and a Protector, she's kept alive by staying one step ahead of both sides in this centuries-old war. Now someone's trying to draw her out of hiding, using her kidnapped father as bait.

To save him, Remy will need every friend she's got. But as new alliances form, old bonds fray. Her boyfriend Asher is losing his powers, becoming more mortal every time she touches him. Meanwhile, Remy finds herself growing closer to Asher's brother Gabe, even as a family tragedy drives her sister Lucy farther away.

On a rescue mission to London, Remy decides she's tired of being the hunted. It's time to end this war once and for all, as Protectors and Healers alike hurtle towards a final, violent confrontation that not everyone will survive.


Reese's Reviews:
Remy, Asher, and her sister are on the run. The Healer’s are hunting them the Protectors are working with them and Remy’s family is in shambles. Now Remy has to find a way to stop them all and figure out a way to fix Asher and her relationship, her relationship with Gabe. Her relationship with her family needs fixing and she needs a way to figure out the full depth of her powers. Everything is coming down around her and she may lose everything.

Ignited was a good ending to a great trilogy. I enjoyed the series a lot. Corrine Jackson is a fantastic author. The whole story is fabulous and I can’t wait to read more of Corrine Jackson’s books.

So I am adding a spoiler in here so if you don’t want to know turn back now. Remy ends up with Gabriel, which after the last book and most of this book makes sense as to why the ended up together. Honestly though is it weird it freaked me out a little bit that Remy in book one and two thought about having sex with Asher and then she has moves that to having sex with her brother. That seems weird to me. I mean I get they were destined and all that, but it’s kind of ewie.


Young adult author Corrine Jackson lives in San Francisco and has over ten years experience in marketing. She has bachelor and master degrees in English, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Spalding University. Her novels include If I Lie (Simon Pulse) and the Sense Thieves trilogy (KTeen), comprised of Touched, Pushed, and Ignited (5/27/14). Visit her at CorrineJackson.com or on Twitter at @Cory_Jackson.

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