Book Review: Wildefire

It is rare that I will say that I hated a book.  Wildefire is one of those exceptions.

Things I disliked:
1. The prose: Seriously, do we need that many comparisons? The sentences were weighed down with imagery. Yuck!
2. Characters: I REALLY wanted to like them…but I just couldn’t do it.  Card board cut outs that simply lacked depth.
3. Plot: Honestly, I didn’t stick around long enough to find out if there was ever going to be a point to this book.
4. Predictable: Oh yeah, this one was a real winner. Blah!

I could not finish this book. It sat in my car for two weeks before I finally turned it back into the library. I’m annoyed that i had to pay a late fee!

I stopped halfway through the book but decided before I threw it into the drop box to read the final page. Flipped to the back…yep, predictable. If that was a cliff hanger for the sequel it didn’t work for me.

Honestly, I’m thinking a 2 star rating is being generous. I will not be recommending this book to anyone. Sorry!


I’m an obsessive writer, avid reader and writer’s group fanatic. Proud soccer wife and mom and loyal supporter of Chelsea. I’ve been a carbaholic since birth and am now hopelessly addicted to Dr. Pepper 10. Who says it’s only for men? Author of teen paranormal romance, Forbidden.

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