A teenage Polynesian volcano goddess fires up her search for love and family in this sequel to Wildefire. Leaving the fiery ruins of her sophomore year behind. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 9 Up-When Ashline Wilde, 16, reincarnation Embers & Echoes (Wildefire Book 2) by [Knight, Karsten]. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 9 Up-When Ashline Wilde, 16, reincarnation Embers & Echoes (Wildefire) by [Knight, Karsten].
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Every place that Ash went was one that I wanted to go along with her.
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And then emmbers heard the chord. Unexpected romance arrives in the form of Wes, an Aztec god of night with his own vendetta against the Four Seasons. I fell in love the gorgeous forest ranger Colt right along with Ashline in Wildefire, but this time around, Jerk is way too nice of a name for Colt.
A flame ignited in her open palm like a flint catching propane. It was fast-paced, action-packed, and full of twists and turns. The final one gets offed by the psychotic Rose’s explosions.
Also their are tidbits into the long lost little sister of Ashe and Eve and boy she is even worse than Eve. I thought it was wildy annoying, and felt Karsten should have stuck to third person through out the novel.
Even after being freed Eve proves that Ashe is the only reasonable one of the family along with the only one who has a fundamental moral core while Eve would turn off any guilt relating to her adoptive parents knkght and cause chaos.
Consequences she’s still reeling from.
Embers & Echoes (Wildefire, book 2) by Karsten Knight
Did you let Eve catch you and chain you to that rock? That was all the time and distance Ash needed. After a spectacular breakup that leaves her trickster ex half-buried in solid rock and neatly recaps the previous bookhigh school sophomore and reincarnated volcano goddess Ashline heads off to Miami, following a vision of her missing younger sister.
Not as much as I loved Wildefire, but this one is really good.
But overall, this book is amazing. Ash crossed her arms. She had her hands planted on her knees and was watching karstrn thick trail of dark smoke drift down the hillside from the accident. Then Colt shows up again and is determined to influence events to bring about his desired outcome.
Embers & Echoes
He isn’t the same Colt. Jan 04, Alivia Anders is currently reading it Shelves: Colt released her and took a threatening step toward the older man. Every flame casts a shadow. Every flame casts a shadow. Miraculously, the ache in her head quickly faded away. This book includes many god-on-god battles in between calmer scenes where we get to know Ash’s new kknight, as well what happened in her most recent past life.
As far as breakups went, this had to be her worst. Not Enabled Word Wise: Soon, the streets of Miami erupt in chaos and violence Karsten resides in Boston, where he lives for fall weather, bowling, and football season.
Sign up and get a free eBook! It puts the evhoes in more dangerous and challenging situations that force her to make difficult life and death decisions with consequences that she’ll have to live with. That he had used her.
As Ash and her new friends search for her sister Rose, it leads them to the Four Seasons. Because when old flames return from the dead, even a volcano goddess can get burned. I read Wildefire last year and really enjoyed it. Go buy kniggt now! What few friends she had left were scattered around the western hemisphere. There was a lightning fast pace. This was a very quick read, regardless of it being almost pages pages.
The mish-mash of all mythological tales are again combined in this trilogy. There are old enemies, old foes, new friends–all these characters are amazing and very well-developed.