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Vanish (Firelight Series)

Vanish: A Firelight Novel - Sophie Jordan In the second installment of the Firelight novels, Sophie Jordan does not disappoint. She brings you back into Jacinda’s world almost instantly. From the first page, I was completely absorbed by what was going on. Sophie Jordan doesn’t slowly build into the excitement, she brings it right at the front line. I wasn’t even a few pages in and was already riveted. Vanish picks up right where Firelight left off with Jacinda, Cassian and Tamra. Jacinda returns to the Pride with them, however everything is changed. Jacinda must fight to prove her loyalty to save herself and her loved ones. By her side stands Cassian and her twin sister Tamra. They help Jacinda to adjust from her return and to forget Will. As much as Jacinda tries, she still hopes she will be reunited with Will.WOW! I didn’t think Sophie Jordan could top Firelight, but she sure did. The pacing of Vanish is quick and will have you drowning in this very action packed story. I loved how there’s so many revelations in this second installment. I love how the twists keep you on your toes and you never ever know what happens next. It’s such a thrilling read. I’ve always adored Jacinda and was even more awed by her in Vanish. I’ve connected to Jacinda in Firelight and have become so attached to her in Vanish. I love her strength and determination. I just love how she chooses to be who she wants to be from the very start. I really admire Jacinda as a person, a woman and a draki. She’s amazing in and out. In Vanish, her safety and life is even more at risk and it seemed like every where she turned, a sense of urgent danger or threat was nearby. I couldn’t help but hope Jacinda behaved so nothing bad would happen to her. But I also couldn’t help but cheer her on to do what she believed was right.I loved how I got to know Cassian more in Vanish. Not only did I learned to like him, but I ended up loving him. There’s more to him than that dark, possessive and brooding draki I first thought him to be in Firelight. This time around, Cassian showed me he had a heart that was purer than gold. I felt his love and protectiveness for Jacinda but I also felt his pain and longing for her too. If I wasn’t such a Will fan already, I would probably have switched sides. Sophie does such a good job of making Cassian so darn likable, I wouldn’t be surprised if people either switch sides or became utterly confused on who to pick. Both Will and Cassian are such amazing characters.Vanish was very compelling and highly engrossing. You’ll be gripping the pages for more! If you haven’t picked up Firelight, you better do so. Don’t wait to pick this one up too! You’ll just fall in love with this world full of draki!More Reviews on my blog: Words, Pages, and Books