Flame (Fierce #2)
When geeky book nerd Autumn Blakewood falls for the cocky, confident fighter Hunter Bane she knows she’s in for life. Their undeniable connection, fueled by the desire to protect, grows stronger every passing second. However, the need to feel cherished threatens her college graduation, family bonds, and future, tearing her apart, but she won’t give up on Hunter so easily …
After he was abandoned by his family, Hunter Bane struggles to cope with daily life. Having a learning disability turns every task into a challenge. With his brother now free, Hunter feels the pressure to succeed and take care of the people he loves, forcing him to choose between college and a job. Hunter’s devotion to Autumn keeps him on the right path. His infatuation with her turns lust into passion, drawing out his alpha tendencies. But with affection comes admission, putting a strain on their relationship as secrets are exposed and unforeseen circumstances spiral out of control.
Being complete opposites, their love is flaming hot, but it burns away all inhibitions, unveiling the fears that were locked deep inside. As past and present collide, difficult choices must be made. Can Autumn and Hunter’s love survive this ultimate test?
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I loved the first book, Fierce, of this series. I was excited when I got the opportunity to read both 1.5 Fury and finally this last book, Flames.
I love the characters of Autumn and Hunter. I love the support they have for each other. How it doesn’t matter that Hunter has disabilities, Autumn wants and loves him any way!
Bringing Jesse into the mix doesn’t change the dynamic between Leafy and Hunter; it only makes them stronger and better.
There are more obstacles for these two to face and most come from Hunter’s inability to accept things for what they are and overthink things. He doesn’t believe all the time that Autumn loves and accepts him no matter what.
No matter what, they learn to work through all the things that keep threatening to tear them apart.
I was very disappointed in Autumn’s father but he grew on me and I became more understanding of why he was the way he was. I adored her mother as she was a strong woman, no matter her circumstance!
Eden finally found someone to love and stuck up for herself to her parents, that was refreshing!
Overall, this was a really good book! I highly enjoyed it and do recommend this series to everyone! I’m giving this book 4 stars and I can’t wait to see what else this author has in store for us in the future!