Burn

Ignite Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Kenneth Obi
Series: Ignite (Phoenix), Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 18 mins
Categories: Romance
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In a world where it’s every man for himself, all they can do is hold on to each other...

With soldiers next door, the situation has become dire for Austin, Mack, and Tan. Every time they find a solution for one challenge, another arises, ranging from family members who show up unexpectedly to reunions with people they’d never hoped to see again.

But they may have bigger problems when the earthquakes continue and concern increases about the Earth's crust stability. The only way to prevent an even worse disaster is to stop the aliens from drilling for more oil, but how?

They cling to each other as the future looks very bleak. Is there any hope left for a happy ever after for them?

Burn is the last book in the suspenseful Ignite trilogy, a slow burn MMM romance set in an alternative world. This series will end with a deeply satisfying HEA.

©2020 Nora Phoenix (P)2020 Nora Phoenix

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I cannot get enough

this series had been seriously addicting. I live the characters and the story. it's compelling, it gets my adrenaline going, it's sexy, I'm congrats truly in the edge of my seat. there's no words to describe how much I love this thruple, how great they are together and how they helo progress the story further with their individuality.

im VERY satisfied with this book's ending. many endings will leave you still wanting or underwhelmed or straight up angry but this was nice.

the series does a great job exemplifying healthy relationships of all kinds and revealing unhealthy habits as well as calling out society for it's many social and ecological faults. this book makes me want to be a better, healthier, more prepared, and more conscientious person and I think that's a big take away in addition to falling for the amazing and complex characters.

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Great Ending to this Trilogy

It's been no secret that I've loved this series from thw very beginning and Burn has lived up to the other two. Austin, Mack and Tan are faced with decisions that are life and death. They struggle to know what is the right thing to do. It was satisfying to watch Mack become the person he was supposed to be. He was my favorite character.
Kenneth Obi does a wonderful job narrating this story. The voices are so distinct and easy to listen to.

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  • 05-15-20

Masterful

I caved in and read the book a couple of weeks before the audiobook was released, so I knew I was absolutely going to enjoy the narration. I think it is the best of the three, possibly because there are a great many characters to stretch Kenneth Obi's acting skills. He rose to the occasion magnificently. The alien voices are masterful!

The story reaches its conclusion in style. I had absolutely no idea how all the ends could be tied together and how Tan, Austin and Mack could have a HEA. There is no magic cure for Tan's PTSD which is just one instance of the realism I enjoy in this author's writing. Austin and Mack have grown to an awesome maturity throughout the 3 books, facing their many trials with admirable strength. The aliens always seem to add a touch of humour, while Tan's brother and his band of (former) soldiers become totally rounded additions to the story.

Maybe, just maybe, there is a chance of a revisit if the story of Austin's Dad and Pax is ever told.