Review

I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

The friends-to-lovers trope has been used and abused throughout time. It’s one of my favorite trope, actually. There’s been some books on this trope that I didn’t quite like, but a lot of my favorites seem to be about two friends falling in love.

Kait Gamble’s Ignite is a fast, easy read about two people who were secretly in love with each other but felt like they weren’t good enough for the other person. Frustrating, I know. However, their journey to love was hot, entertaining, and fun to read, so I have no complaints.

Thw whole line was crossed the moment Sebastian asked Natalie to travel to Thailand with him and pretend to be his wife just to impress a prospective business partner. Of course, Natalie agreed easily because well, it’s a free vacation and she can cozy up to the man she’s been in love with for years. Little does she know, Sebastian was also looking forward to being with her as much as she wanted to be with him.

I think that what I liked about this story was that it was short. I finished it in a couple of hours. There wasn’t any complications at all. It was a simple story of two people being in love with each other but needed time alone together to figure out they they both felt the same way.

Ignite is not a perfect book. However, it gave me the escape and the entertainment that I wanted to achieve and accomplished all that in just a short time. For that alone, I am going to give this book a good rating. Also, Kait Gamble does a good job of laying out a satisfying story in just a limited amount of words. That’s not a small accomplishment at all.

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Grind

Book 2 – Ignite

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