Review: Sapphire Flames by Ilona Andrews

Cover for Sapphire Flames by Ilona Andrews

Title: Sapphire Flames

Author: Ilona Andrews

Series: Hidden Legacy #4

Pages: 347

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

It has been three years since the previous story and Catalina is now Head of House Baylor. Their grace period is about to end and Catalina finds herself accepting a case to help her friend Runa. What she doesn’t expect is to find help from the charming and handsome Alessandro Sagredo. 

This book was so good. I couldn’t put it down once I started and was up until two in the morning to finish it. Catalina has grown so much since we saw her in Diamond Fire. She is no longer the shy, insecure teenager. She is now a strong, capable woman who is determined to keep her house alive. I love that she is so confident in her abilities now. She really has embraced herself and has found unique ways to apply her ability to her job. 

Alessandro was a surprise. I was expecting the arrogant playboy from the trials but instead we get a dangerous and deadly man. He is unpredictable and his abilities are fascinating. He has so many layers that it’s hard to know which is the true person.  I did really love how he was always trying to protect Catalina, even if he was getting in the way of her investigation. I am also very curious as to what he is hunting for. 

These two were so hot they could have set the world on fire but they are still denying each other, which I am loving all the pining and tension. I really can’t wait to read the next book and uncover all of their secrets, and hopefully see them finally get together. Overall, this was everything I expected from an Andrews book and I can’t wait to see what these two will do next.

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#1 Burn For Me
#2 White Hot
#3 Wildfire
#3.5 Diamond Fire

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