On her path to recovery, Hadley encounters the ghost she tried to exorcise from her life. Followed by a shocking heartbreak, she's thrown into a tailspin and must rise and forge ahead. Despite her watchful family and friends, Hadley is determined to continue her journey on the road to redemption alone, even if it means her angels and demons collide, forever rocking her world.
Resolved to survive her recent inferno, Hadley's perseverance sparks chaos when she finds unexpected love among the ashes. Reigniting her world and those in it, through the fire, she must endure, daring to chase away her demons before they claim her victory, or her life.
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Favorite Quotes: Stop the presses and the internet. Your inner light drew me in, but your spellbinding love made me stay. It only takes that one tenacious swimmer with daddy issues. My dad used a condom. Living proof. Without her, my heart was already dead without the funeral. …his client had the personality of wet cardboard. The hum of the refrigerator would’ve been more riveting. They’d have to lock me in a cage and light it on fire to even try keeping me away from you. My Review: Ren Alexander provided me with all the cardio I need for the month with her latest Wild Sparks book. My poor coronary muscle has had an extreme fitness workout, no gym membership required – but an Amazon account and a case of wine were necessities. Beckoning the Wild Sparks brings a heart-rending conclusion to one of my favorite and most addictive series, yet I find I am conflicted. While relieved with the knowledge of the characters finally moving forward and obtaining their peace, I will miss the anticipation of reading more of their on-going drama – and what drama it was! There were times I didn’t like many of the main players, and all of the characters had frustrated or disappointed me at one time or another – so – hmm, just like real-life then… There were also times I wanted to message Ms. Alexander and demonstrate my grasp of invectives and obscenities. However, I will eagerly concede and bow to the fact that Ms. Alexander has certainly perfected the art of maintaining a relentless yet engaging level of emotional tension and awkwardness while sprinkling in her own particular brand of snarky humor and breathtaking steam. The storyline was epic, highly eventful, crafty, and emotive. The writing was addictive and consuming – I remained on edge all the way through - although I was also smirking, gasping, and grinding my teeth in alternation. All of which takes a deft hand, a remarkable level of craft, and considerable daring. Rather than Finn Wilder, I think the real daredevil has been revealed.