Thursday, 2 October 2014

Ignite- Lily Paradis Review


Book: Ignite
Author: Lily Paradis
Series: Ignite #1
Source: Author
Rating: 4 Stars!

Just want to say a quick thank you to Elia Sayer, who organized this blog tour, and of course to Lily Paradis. I had so much fun with this books, it’s amazing. So thanks for sending me a copy and letting me be part of this tour. It’s been a pleasure.

Quick note: Just because this book was sent to me to review, does not mean that I am in anyway trying to sell it or make it sound better than it is. This is an honest review.

Trust me when I say I loved it and that I would never recommend anything I don’t love.
 Warning: the word ‘’perfect’’ is used a lot in this review!

So here we go: I loved this book so much! Read it within days.
When you read it you kind of know what’s going to happen, but you never know how. I could never put this book down and I was always excited to see how everything worked out. Or should I say, how Dean worked it out. He always surprised me and nothing ever went how I expected it would go!

Amongst many other things, the characters were amazing. Each one actually had their own personality, which is something a lot of new adult books are missing. Especially Lauren and Dean were so well written and just perfect for each other. Of course another important thing that a lot of new adult books don’t have is character development, but it was so clear in this book that I don’t think I even have to comment on it.


The romance was just another thing done perfectly in this book. Most new adult books are either cheesy, or jump into right into the make out scenes. But in this book the romance was slow, with the perfect amount cutesiness. It was real (and that’s meant in the best possible way.) No unrealistic fantasies, just pure love.

At the beginning I thought I wouldn’t be able to relate to any of the main characters as they are a bit older than me and I haven’t been through any of the things they have. But later on in the books I realized I can relate to them, their feelings and personality, rather than their actual experiences. I think a lot of people can relate to this book in a lot of different ways.


It's pretty clear I loved it so make sure you pick up a copy too! 

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