Review: Burn For Me by Ilona Andrews

Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews

Title: Burn For Me

Author: Ilona Andrews

Series: Hidden Legacy #1

Pages: 406

5 out of 5 stars
5 stars – I loved it!

Nevada Baylor has been given her most dangerous case of her career. Its a suicide mission but she can’t refuse without loosing everything. What she doesn’t expect is to be kidnapped by Connor “Mad” Rogan. 

Rogan and Nevada are one of my absolute favorite couples! These two started off as enemies but the attraction between them won’t be denied, even if Nevada is trying very hard. Their interactions are very intense and filled with a lot of danger in this one, which just made it even better in my opinion. Also there is a major power imbalance between these two in this book but it does change as the series goes on. 

Nevada is a wonderful heroine. She is smart, driven, and very protective of her family. She is my favorite kind of heroine, which doesn’t surprise me because Ilona Andrews writes amazing heroines. Also, I loved that she wasn’t afraid to stand up to Rogan and frequently denied him, because that man needs to learn some boundaries. 

Mad Rogan is a powerful, sexy, and very crazy man. He is used to being in control and everyone bowing to his wishes, which just makes Nevada’s denial even better. Like I said, I love these two and the intense tension between them. While this book does end without them together, you can see that Rogan hasn’t given up and is very determined to win her over. 

This book was nonstop action from the very beginning and I loved every minute of it. This world is fascinating with its different Houses of power. Nevada’s family were all wonderful side characters and I can’t wait to learn more about them, and what they can do. Overall, this is just an action packed start to a series and I highly recommend it if you love urban fantasy.

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