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 boyf...more
I love this book so much! Honestly this has to be one of my favorite book this year. So much of my expectations were meet and more! There was nothing wrong with this book.
All the characters in this book were on point. Throughout the whole series we get to see how Remy becomes the person she is now, a hero. I absolutely love her character. She was always putting the safety of others before her own safety. She truly has made a lot of sacrifices throughout the series. I w
Honestly this has been one of my favourite series. I loved all the characters especially Asher. I was really disappointed though when Asher and Remy didnt end up together. And I didnt like how when they grew apart, the author made Asher look like a coward. when he says he doesnt want to be mortal after wanting it for so long and pushing Remy away because of it. I thought at the end of Ignited they would come back together but it didnt happen.
Another thing is I ...more
This is book 3 in the ‘Sense Thieves’ series, and kicks off 4 months after the end of book 2.
This was a good story, and I was glad that we got a happy ending.
I liked Remy and I liked her determination and the love she had for her family, even when things got really bad. She did take some crazy risks at times, but that was just typical Remy really.
I liked the storyline, ev ...more
I really liked how Remy and Lucy was so close in the last two books, so it was sad to see them not getting along in the beginning of this one.
I loved how the love triangle ended, she defiantly ended up with the right guy!
The pacing in this one was perfect. There was loads of action, but it wasn't rushed, and i wasn't bored once.
Overall, A great sequel. ...more
I'll give it the biggest compliment I can manage.
This book(series) right here, is one I will never forget and I most definitely will be reading it again.
Loved It! <3 ...more
I love the heroine. She's a character that has a great balance of strong and vulnerable. Too often heroines in these types of books are either super emotionally weak or they're unbelievably/perfectly strong. I find myself frustrated because they either collapse in on themselves or they shrug things off way too easily. This heroine is someone I feel for and enjoy reading her story. And though she's in a fantasy world, her struggles feel real and endearing.
The plot ...more
I still find Remy a very admirable character. She's vulnerable yet strong. Although I can't say I'm a big fan of some of the decisions she made, she still made a kickass heroine.
I believe that this is the last installment in the series and because of that I expected ...more
I'm so annoyed with this book! This was a great series but this ending did not sit well with me. I couldn't believe how the love triangle was handled. I thought it super negate the romance plot from the other two book.
Well I'm frustrated and didn't get the HEA I was hopping for. ...more
Like the story inside is some 101 YA-story.
Well ok, maybe a bit. But its still AWESOME!
(be warned: I'm still too excited to keep it low... the following will be full of spoilers! *sorry*)
So after reading the second book of the Sense Thieves i was kinda confused... I mean it sucked that Asher was dead for a while... and awesome when he wasn't anymore - but I really liked the scenes with" Reming ...more
I was attracted to Corrine Jackson because this author has the same name as me, but our spelling differs. Nevertheless, this series is one of the best series I've ever read apart from the other series which I've read.
I loved Remy from the beginning of the series. Her strength and the determination as well as the pain that she endured ached my heart. No shit. My heart did crinched every time I read about those.
And this las ...more
This is why I hate love triangle. I always root for the one who gets discard ...more
Can I just say how happy I am with who she chooses. I’m glad that the author did not follow the Typical standards where she falls in love and stays with one guy. I’m glad the main character did not keep going back to that guy, who constantly drained her in the name of love.
And I’m pretty sure the best part in the book is when she finally snaps and decides not t ...more