Blaze by Sennah Tate
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
ben is mostly happy, living out in the swamp, he knows with the way he looks he has no other choice. unless he wants to be captured, poked and prodded and probably end up dead because science wants to figure out how a sasquatch looks on the inside. until he runs into the screams of a woman who very clearly fell into a dug out pit in woods. pulling her out, he doesn’t know how fast he has to make a safe distance, but that doesn’t hold the woman back from wanting to reach out.
Elena more or less felt a bit blackmailed by her aunt to visit her. as she falls into a muddy a hole, a honey voiced stranger rescues her. the day after baked sweet start appearing at their doorstep. at the same time her aunt is trying to tell her something important, something about looking better at people, seeing their true nature, their bare soul so to speak.
both ben and elena are drawn to each other like a moth to a flame. but ben has a hard time thinking that elena can accept him for what he is, yet she doesn’t show fear, not a single time. all elena sees is a handsome, kind and caring man.
things come to a heated confrontation as a local female sasquatch managed to lure some of the local were animals to attack tucker and brock and their mates. things go bad real quickly, elena tries to help the best she can but it isn’t until her aunt steps in that things change.
having been alone for so long i’m glad to read that Ben will get his own HEA in this last past of the trilogy. it isn’t all sunshine as he battles with himself and the insecurities that come along with being who he is.
it’s a sweet (literally) read, just hope elena doesn’t burn too much, a little something tells e she may be magical but not when it comes to matters involving food.
you just have to grab this book to complete the series and see how the bigger story through them all gets concluded!
free copy gifted in exchange for an honest review
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