Saturday, March 22, 2014

Borrowed Ember #3 by Samantha Young

13233738Genre: Jinn
Ebook: 213 Pages
Published: June 21, 2012
Series: Fire Spirits
            1. Smokeless Fire
            2. Scorched Skies
            3. Borrowed Ember
            4. Darkness Kindled

Goodreads Synopsis:
           Everything in Ari’s life until this point has been borrowed. Her human life with a man who wasn't her real father. A love for a boy who needed more than her to be strong. Kisses with a Jinn who refused to do anything but lend them out in moments of weakness. And even her resolve, which seemed to fail her whenever she needed it most. But Ari is done borrowing. She finally feels strong enough to make hunting Jinn not just a hobby to get her through her dismal situation, but to make hunting a permanent and necessary career. Her friendship with Charlie might finally make it onto real and steady ground if only she can save him from the trial on Mount Qaf. And her love for Jai could be eternal, if only she could gain control over the darkness of the Seal within her. Ari believes all of this is doable. That finally she will truly own the relationships in her life and to a certain extent have ownership over her future. But none of that matters when it isn't up to her… …For high in the emerald mountains of Mount Qaf, the Sultan Azazil has been keeping secrets. Even from the Jinn Kings. Secrets that will change everything… and bring Ari to the crashing realization that once again… … she’s borrowed something that will never truly belong to her. Something that is desperate to be unleashed. Something that could destroy them all. *** For more action, drama, twisted wishes, passionate romance and dark kings… pick up a copy of Borrowed Ember, the third installment in the Fire Spirits series.

My Review:
             Samantha Young is an absolute genius. (Or should I say Jenius) I have loved this entire  series. It has action, evil, and just the kind of romance that makes your heart melt from the inside out like it was chocolate. 'Borrowed Ember' is an epic read. It is unique and the writing is creatively written. What I loved most about this book was how the Villains are actually different from any I have ever read. They have depth and you can actually see that they aren't evil in the sense of 'I'm going to kill you cause I want to way.' Instead they have to choose a side to be on and by picking a side they are either good or bad. It's especially confusing, because in this book, The Red and White kings are shady characters who make spontaneous decisions that effect the entire Jinn people.

            Along the way Jai and Ari get help from Jai's family who happen to hate Jai. At least that's what Jai thinks and he hates himself for many reasons. The relationship between Jai and his father is just awful. They have hatred towards each other and they can't seem to figure out how to solve the situation. Luckily, Ari's safety is what brings this father and son closer to cooperate. Even if they don't like each other. But as Ari deals with being The Seal, she discovers that the Sultan Azazil has been hiding far greater secrets from his brothers and Ari. So Ari being the stubborn hard head that she is, she is determined to find out what Azazil is hiding and to find out she must go to Mt. Qaf to face her father, The White King. AHHHGHAHHAHAH! I can't wait for the last book!  BTW! If the cover is indicating that is what Jai looks like then heck. He is one smoking hot Jinn!!!!!!!!!! *fans herself*    

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