Review: Wildfire by Ilona Andrews

Cover for Wildfire by Ilona Andrews

Title: Wildfire

Author: Ilona Andrews

Series: Hidden Legacy #3

Pages: 405

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

Due to the danger facing Nevada and her family, they have decided to declare themselves as House. But first she has to deal with finding Rogan’s ex-fiancé’s missing husband. 

As with almost all of Ilona Andrews books, I couldn’t put this one down. I was instantly sucked into this new case and the Baylor family declaring themselves a house. This is a fascinating world with a wide variety of magical abilities within it. Also the politics within this series is very interesting and the more we learn about it the more complex and deadly it seems. 

In this one we see Nevada and Rogan really starting to work as a team together. They instantly gravitated towards helping each other and there isn’t the tension from the previous cases. These two are definitely going to be a power couple who love and fight well together. Also, I loved that we finally are seeing Rogan starting to be flexible in their relationship and not just kill everything that is a threat to Nevada. Though I do really like him when he is grumpy and protective. 

We finally get to meet the evil grandmother in this book. She is a terrible person but had some redeeming qualities too. Also, I expected more to happen with her but maybe that will come to play in later books. Also, we finally get to see the last sister’s ability and why it has been kept so confined. A lot happens in this book and it was all wonderful and captivating. 

Overall, this was a wonderful addition to Nevada and Rogan’s story. I really love these two and can’t get enough of them fighting and loving. Also, I love all the side characters in this series so much, especially Nevada’s family members. Grandma Frida is a hoot.


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#1 Burn For Me
#2 White Hot


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