Wilde Fire (Immortal Vegas Series #10)

Wilde Fire (Immortal Vegas Series #10)

by Jenn Stark

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BN ID: 2940159168153
Publisher: Elewyn Publishing
Publication date: 04/18/2018
Series: Immortal Vegas Series , #10
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 15,881
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jenn Stark is an award-winning author of paranormal romance and urban fantasy. She lives and writes in Ohio. . . and she definitely loves to write. In addition to her "Immortal Vegas" urban fantasy series, she is also author Jennifer McGowan, whose Maids of Honor series of Young Adult Elizabethan spy romances are published by Simon & Schuster, and author Jennifer Chance, whose Rule Breakers series of New Adult contemporary romances are published by Random House/LoveSwept and whose modern royals series, Gowns & Crowns, is now available.

You can find her online at www.jennstark.com, follow her on Twitter @jennstark, and visit her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authorjennstark.

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Wilde Fire (Immortal Vegas Series #10) 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book does not disappoint. It answered so many questions and left you wanting more. If you have read the others in the series you’ll definitely want to add this one to your collection. I am always wanting more from Jenn Stark.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the whole series
naughtsncrosses More than 1 year ago
I hate endings of series. I especially hate endings of series when I've LOOOOOOVED every book and every character (okay, I've always hated Dixie but that's beside the point). I read this book in trepidation - I just didn't want it to end. Having said that, this was one of the most satisfying endings to series that I've ever read. Yes, you want more, but hey! There IS more - and all wrapped up in gorgeous man packages. I loved seeing Sara grow and learn and evolve over the series. I made no real secret of the fact that I wished that she and Brody got together at least once in the series, but I have greater hope for Brody and Sariah. Don't get me wrong, the Magician is great and all, but who really gets over their first crushes? I digress. I loved meeting Nikki and learning more about her - from her past life to her current one, she ROCKS! This book gave us a delightfully woven ending that was satisfying, even as it brought to a close this iteration of the Immortal Vegas team. Frankly, if you've read along with the series, you MUST buy this - it's fabulous!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great series. Enjoyed each book. Thank you
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed it from start to finish.
Poodlez More than 1 year ago
Here it is! The one we've been waiting for, and it doesn't disappoint! With Gods, and Arcana, and crazy humans, Oh My!! What a twisted and fun ride! I thought I had it all figured out and was thrilled to find that I didn't. Through all the action, the heartache, the sorrow, and laughs, I think my favorite part of this book is the story of friendship. I've been a fan of the entire series and completely enjoyed this ending.
RamblingReader1 More than 1 year ago
Stark knows how to start a book with a bang (and a naked Brit). Wilde Fire brings us back into the chaos that is Sara's life and, where I'm half convinced, she functions best. With her mother, Llyr, and other vengeful gods trying to force their way from beyond the Veil, Sara's doing her best to stay even a half step ahead. Along with (hopefully) the Council and the Houses of Magic, she needs to find a way to minimize the destruction that both the Connected and non-Connected humans will face. The pacing of Wilde Fire was fairly breakneck. Although there's a lot going on, I felt like it was easy to follow, especially after Running Wilde, which was a little bit too chaotic. Wilde Fire is stuffed with BIG decisions, and it both asks and answers so many of the questions that have been flying around since both the beginning of the series and the latest few novels. Wilde Fire continues many of the conversations that Stark has already started about the nature of good, evil, and balance in the world, about whether the role of the powerful should be to observe or get down into the mud and fight alongside those "beneath" them. What I most liked about this installment is that it's all about change. Change in the Council, change in the Houses of Magic, change in Sara. The best part is, most of this change seemed so natural. Stark has been playing the long game, and, while I wasn't surprised by some of these changes, I feel that's because I wasn't supposed to be. Even Sara, for as much as she can be the queen of DENIAL, comes to terms with what must be done. Stark stays true to her characters, and the core of goodness that she's instilled in Sara is as strong as ever. Despite the fact that her world is changing, yet again, Sara looks to her values, to the self that she wants to be, and uses that to help her decide what she needs to do. As indecisive or prone-to-avoidance as she can sometimes be, she has a strong sense of self and honor. Although this wraps up a long-running arc for Sara, Stark leaves plenty of little treats in Wilde Fire that could be explored in any future trips back to Vegas. Nikki and Brody- get their fair amount of page time, and there are squee-able, touching moments between the trio. They really rally around Sara, and their key roles in her own success and survival are undeniable. Now, more than ever, she needs them to keep her grounded, and to keep her human, in a manner of speaking, especially with what's coming her way. I do have to say, I was a little disappointed that The Magician, my favorite did not get as much page time as I would've liked, but I think that a lot of Wilde Fire had to be about Sara's emotional and mental journey, so I can live with the disappointment . That being said, the two are more connected than ever (no pun intended) after the events of Running Wilde and are set to grow closer, still. I really like how the relationship and trust has grown between them. As a female of power, Sara needs someone that has their own share of power and darkness to balance her out. There's a lovely scene where they get to just be Sara and Armeus, and I loved the delicate intimacy there. All in all, I very much enjoyed Wilde Fire, and I think there were just a lot of moments of beautiful writing. As it seems to come when the stakes are sky high, there are many moments for proclamations and rousing speeches, and Stark does them well- inspiring, well-written moments of honesty that show the complex characters.