One night changed an entire town.
I lost everything the night of the Hawk Valley bonfire.
The ghosts of my past kept me inside the town limits, though I dreamed of faraway places.
He was the town golden boy. Son of the mayor. Firefighter and local hero. I was the girl from the wrong side of town and still paying for my father’s sins. I tried to stay away from our local hero, but he kept popping up everywhere. He singed my nerves, but every time we bickered, I only wanted to kiss him.
The unexpected passion between us turned into a blazing inferno. A promise of only one night turned into two. Until we couldn’t stop.
I thought there was nothing left to lose.
But when the past came back to burn us, I realized I never knew what I had...
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5 Burning Stars!
I LOVED this book! Inferno is the third book in Emma Renshaw’s Burn series. Inferno was primarily about Foster and Adeline. They had both been a part of the graduating class that held the bonfire that went wrong. (All the books in the series are about that graduating class.) Foster and Adeline live in the same small town and graduated from the same school together. However, they didn’t run in the same circles. She came from a poor family with an abusive dad. He came from a wealthy family who expected him to follow in his fathers footsteps. That bonfire changed both of their lives forever.
Adeline was a sweet and sassy woman used to being on her own. I admired her strength and felt awful about all the bad thing she that had happened to her in her young life. Foster was a really great guy. He realized what he wanted out of life the night of the fire. He chose to do what he felt was right for him instead of what his family felt was right. I admired his strength as well. I also loved how he pursued Adeline. They were so cute together. It was also nice to see some familiar faces in their friends. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.
So obsessed with this author and this series!
So obsessed with this author and this series! I have loved all of Emma’s books, but this series is just on another level and I can’t get enough! Addie and Foster grew up in the same town but on different sides of it, and their paths never crossed even though they were in school together, until the night of the bonfire. Addie snuck out while Foster was hoping that his life would change in college and not be under his father’s thumb. Everything changed that night for these two – Foster found his calling as a firefighter and first responder and took steps in his life to do just that even though it meant being disowned from his family, and Addie lost everything when her father murdered her mother and her siblings leaving her the only survivor. Years later, Addie is still the girl from the wrong side of town and living under her horrible father’s legacy, while Foster is living his dream and hearing about it from his parents. When these two finally meet again, sparks fly but Addie is hesitant because of her past and how the town still looks at her, even though she’s done nothing to deserve it. My heart truly broke for Addie, so much so that I found myself having to read this with a box of tissues next to me! Foster was the best thing for her, as both a partner and a friend, and I loved their budding romance even though everyone was quite vocal to him about warning him of her. The suspense of trying to find out who’s behind the attacks on Addie had me on the edge of my seat, and while I thought it was a possibility, I was still shocked to find out who was behind it! It’s exactly that in stories that make them for me – the anticipation and potential of knowing but still being shocked when you’re right. I continue to love Emma’s books and I cannot wait for the next one in this series and her books in general!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Being back in Hawk Valley with the Burn Series, brings you back to the tragedy everyone has faced.
Adeline makes my heart break for all she has been dealt. Having received news that wasn't wanted/needed on her birthday, spirals even further when she is rear ended. The only luck she has is bad luck.
Will her luck ever change?
Foster has lost so much like the rest of the town. He is a swoon worthy alpha, that wants to have a life he wants not what his family wants. Will he be able to get the life he wants?
These two are so different in all aspects of life, will they be able to overcome these difference?
This book was full of so much suspense that it kept me on the edge of my seat. I can't wait to read more of the Burn Series.