Vanish: A Firelight Novel Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
An impossible romance. Bitter rivalries. Deadly choices.
To save the life of the boy she loves, Jacinda did the unthinkable: She betrayed the most closely guarded secret of her kind. Now she must return to the protection of her pride, knowing she might never see Will again... and worse, that because his mind has been shaded, Will's memories of that fateful night and why she had to flee are gone.
Back home, Jacinda is greeted with hostility and must work to prove her loyalty for both her sake and her family's. Among the few who will even talk to her are Cassian, the pride's heir apparent, who has always wanted her, and her sister, Tamra, who has been forever changed by a twist of fate. Jacinda knows that she should forget Will and move on, that if he managed to remember and keep his promise to find her, it would only endanger them both. Yet she clings to the hope that someday they will be together again. When the chance arrives to follow her heart, will she risk everything for love?
In best-selling author Sophie Jordan's dramatic follow-up to Firelight, forbidden love burns brighter than ever.
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Saying that though, I have to admit that Cassian grew on me in this one. He wasn't what she'd thought he was for so long so the love triangle aspect pulled me in various directions throughout the book until I think I can say that it didn't really matter to me who she chose in the end (though I tend to think; stick with the first one who sends your heart aflutter)
By the end Jacinda had made her mind up and I can admit that I was happier than if she'd picked the other guy.
Now onto book three to see how it all ends.
Most of the book is set in the Pride. Jacinda is no longer the only special draki and she experience what life was like for Tamra before they left. We also get more insight into Tamra which I enjoyed. Jacinda is very negative and a bit whingy in this book which was frustrating.
The last quarter of the book feels like you are leeding up to something big, but as I was anticiapting this I realised I was getting closer and closer to the end and there couldn't possibly be time for what I was expecting. As a result the book ends on a massive cliffhanger so I am hoping the next book in the series is a bit more fast paced.
If you enjoyed Firelight this is probably still worth reading - if only so you can read the third in the series.