By Michelle Irwin
Death beckons, calling Evie Myers to the darkness. She isn’t ready to leave, and Clay isn’t ready to let her go.
After fighting back from the brink, Evie’s life is forever altered. Together with Clay, she finds a home and sanctuary within the fae community. Everything has changed, and life is perfect. Or so they believe.
They soon learn their trip into the heart of the Rain kicked off a revolution, and Clay is called back into the fold. But when Evie needs Clay the most, one mission will risk it all.
When her happy ending hangs in the balance, and everything looks lost, how will Evie find the strength to fight for what she wants the most?
IGNITING THE SPARK takes up from where INTO THE RAIN ended, where Evie was shot and left fighting for her life. She survives with the help of Fae magic, and everyone returns to an idyllic life within the fae community. Clay and his siblings are embracing their Fae heritage, while Evie is accepting the changes within her now that her time with her sunbird has come to an end. They are blissfully happy and can’t wait to spend the rest of their lives together, and just when you think they shouldn’t have to endure any more hardship, it seems the worst is yet to come. The changes within the Rain means that Clay is able to return to doing what he loves most: hunt evil beings. But when Clay goes on a mission he wasn’t supposed to go on, he goes missing and Evie is left without her soulmate.
“I wish I remembered what it felt like to be that happy. It would be nice to feel something other than hate and confusion.
IGNITING THE SPARK is told only in Evie’s POV and is the final book in the Daughter Of Fire series. Each book in the series is a continuation, so they cannot be read as stand-alones and must be read in order to appreciate the story and all its events. For me, the end of a series can go one of two ways: I’ll love it or I’ll be left disappointed. As much as I loathe to say it, I wasn’t overly sold on the ending here. Why? Because I’m unclear about the outcome. Obviously I can’t talk about it without giving away a major spoiler, but I’m honestly not sure if “it” worked. Evie thinks “it” worked, but Clay never clarified, and if “it” did work, that’s where my real problem lies, because I felt Clay’s immediate reaction was out of character for him. If “it” did work, he should have been devastated about what he’d done to Evie, but he wasn’t. Which has me thinking that perhaps “it” didn’t work. Which means I’m going around and around in circles. That being said, I thought the epilogue did a great job of showing that they really did get their happily ever after, and it’s about damn time too. I’ve watched Clay and Evie come together as they were destined to, only to see them torn apart over and over again due to misunderstandings and outside forces. IGNITING THE SPARK was no different and I enjoyed the rollercoaster ride that Michelle took me on. I have loved each and every book in this series and I’m sad to see it come to an end.
Igniting The Spark (Daughter Of Fire # 4)
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