My favorite part of this series is the fact that the characters are all flawed. They aren’t machines. They have experience bad things and now have to deal with that and move on. They don’t just kill enemies and move on unscathed. This gives them depth. This makes them human.
Through the Fire is the conclusion of another great series by Katie Ruggle.
An enjoyable story, but you MUST read Book 1, Aces Wild, first. This second book is happening at the same time and the happenings of Book 1 correlate to this story.
A spectacular end to a trilogy which will leave you both delighted and satisfied.
Wow! This book caught my attention and I am so glad that it did. It was gripping. exciting with great characters and set up for more stories. I can’t wait to see what’s next.
An exciting and interesting twist to the Black Op/ex-military genre
I had high hopes after reading Book 5 in the series but there was nothing interesting about it to really recommend this one.
Make sure you will be able to finish this in a day. There is so much action and danger you are not going to be able to put this down and actually go to sleep.
I hate insta-love, especially when the characters are running from insta-love failure and should know better. Even the action can’t make up for the bad taste this one leaves. I hate insta-love. Insta-love feels like it is forced down your throat like yucky medicine. In Brighter than the Sun, Rusty (adopted sister of the […]
A riveting and exciting story. This is my first D.D. Ayres novel, but I have plans to take a look at the rest of this series.