Scorch: Midnight Fire, Book 4 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
From best-selling author Kaitlyn Davis comes a paranormal romance perfect for fans of Twilight, The Vampire Diaries, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Scorch is the fourth and final book in the thrilling Midnight Fire series.
"All it did was remind Kira that time was running out. That she needed to choose. Or a lot more than a forest would burn. The whole world would crumble."
Aldrich escaped...again. Tristan forgot...everything. And Luke, well, Luke was getting more than a little impatient. But those were the least of Kira's concerns, because something else happened in England - something she was trying desperately to forget. A wedge of evil had lodged itself in her heart, a little black hole had nestled into her flames, and it wasn't going away - not anytime soon...and maybe not ever.
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 18 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||July 24, 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #381,070 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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This is the last book in the series and while others didn't believe so I felt that it was a great ending. No it's not the ending that I would have chosen but not everything is always black and white. There are always things that must be factored in and I feel that Kira made the decision that worked best for her due to the fact that she is a super Cunduit. I will say that the way that it was written was perfect though which was the main reason that I thought it was great.
As you know from book 3 Kira, Luke and Tristan battled Aldrich and lost. Aldrich got away because Kira had to stop to fight the evil that was trying to escape from inside her. In the process of trying to kill Aldrich, she burnt Tristan until he you could no longer recognize who he was but with her healing powers she was not only able to save him but also gave him back his soul and he is no longer a vampire. The only problem is that he's also lost all of his memories from when he was a vampire which included her.
As I had hoped Pavia is back in this book and yes she is an alley and not an enemy! Yay! I really liked her in book three and was really pleased with the way that she was written in this book as well. She plays a major part in helping Kira, Luke and Tristan.
In this final book of the series Kira has to try and figure out numerous things that are going on around her. First she has the new Tristan who has basically lost a 150 years of his life. He's now a normal 17 year old that has absolutely no one, knows nothing about the modern world and she feels that she needs to protect him. Then there is the council who have, for the first time since the two sides split apart, come together to meet and decide her fate. One side believes that she will protect them as she has in the past but the other feels that she will be catalyst that kills them all. She also has Aldrich, whom she knows that she let get away in order to save herself from the evil that he put inside of her when he gave her his blood. He's out there somewhere and everyone knows that he's coming to get her to either kill her or to finish what he started. Last and most importantly, she has the evil that she can feel growing in her. A dark side that she's finding harder and harder to keep at bay. It's now up to her and Luke to find the answers that are needed to determine if there is a way to fix everything before it's too late.
This will be on my favorites list for a long time to come!!
Very good execution, well written and the author finally led us to feel identified with the characters. In the third book "Blaze" Kira had a change of heart. I liked Whom she chosed and I completely Understood her reasons.
I presume that, if it had been aimed for a more adult audience, perhaps some of the scenes and the story would have taken another path, more rated R. However, because I understand this story was meant to be as a PG13, I believe fulfilled its purpose.