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Eine außergewöhnliche Romantic Fantasy-Reihe um eine verbotene Liebe. Um das Leben des Jungen zu retten, den sie über alles liebt, hat Jacinda das Unvorstellbare getan: Sie hat sich vor den Augen von Menschen in einen Draki verwandelt. Firelight – Flammende Träne: Band 2: socialekaartzeist.nl: Jordan, Sophie, Fuchs, Viktoria: Bücher. Firelight 2 - Flammende Träne eBook: Jordan, Sophie, Fuchs, Viktoria: Amazon.​de: Kindle-Shop. Firelight – Flammende Träne, Band 2: Um das Leben des Jungen zu retten, den sie über alles liebt, hat Jacinda das Unvorstellbare getan: Sie hat sich vor den. Flammende Träne ist der zweite Band der Firelight-Trilogie. Der Titel des ersten Bandes lautet Brennender Kuss. Mehr Infos rund ums Buch unter: www.

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Firelight – Flammende Träne, Band 2: Um das Leben des Jungen zu retten, den sie über alles liebt, hat Jacinda das Unvorstellbare getan: Sie hat sich vor den. Ebook Firelight 2 - Flammende Träne, Sophie Jordan. EPUB,MOBI. Kup teraz do %! Eine außergewöhnliche Romantic Fantasy-Reihe um eine verbotene Liebe. Um das Leben des Jungen zu retten, den sie über alles liebt, hat Jacinda das Unvorstellbare getan: Sie hat sich vor den Augen von Menschen in einen Draki verwandelt. Ebook Firelight 2 - Flammende Träne, Sophie Jordan. EPUB,MOBI. Kup teraz do %! Eine außergewöhnliche Romantic Fantasy-Reihe um eine verbotene Liebe. Um das Leben des Jungen zu retten, den sie über alles liebt, hat Jacinda das. Start by marking “Vanish (Firelight, #2)” as Want to Read: Want to Read „​Flammende Träne“ von Sophie Jordan ist der zweite Band ihrer „Firelight“-​Trilogie. Bücher bei socialekaartzeist.nl: Jetzt Firelight Band 2: Flammende Träne von Sophie Jordan versandkostenfrei online kaufen bei socialekaartzeist.nl, Ihrem. Firelight 2 - Flammende Träne von Sophie Jordan jetzt bei der eBook Flatrate: Eine außergewöhnliche Romantic Fantasy-Reihe um eine verbotene Liebe.

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Ich habe mich wieder einmal in der Welt der Drakis verloren, die mich mehr als nur verzaubert hat. Und trotzdem hat mir das Buch gefallen, sodass ich nicht um die 4 Sterne herum komme. Will erscheint eines Tages im Dorf und gibt sich als Wanderer aus, wird eingenebelt und weggebracht. Ansonsten ist der Buchrücken Rahmwirsing Lafer schlicht grau gehalten mit dem Jetzt Spielen Match 3 sowie dem Reihennamen. Quoten Rechner perfekte Ergänzung zum ersten Teil. Allerdings konnte die eigentliche Handlung diese Schönheitsfehler im Buch fast schon verdecken. Meine Meinung: Das Cover ist auch hier wieder einmal ein richtiger Augenschmaus. Mehr will ich dazu auch gar nicht sagen oder schreiben. Trotz allem: Wer Band 1 mag, sollte sich Band 2 nicht entgehen lassen und gemeinsam mit mir darauf hoffen, dass Band 3 wieder besser wird ; Firelight 3 books.

We can be friends again. I grew to like her more. She was selfish and whiny at first, but I understood why. Its not easy being invisible, a shadow, a nobody, while your sister gets all the attention because she's special, rare among their species.

And especially when the guy you've pined over for years won't give you a time of day. I can totally get why Tam was so jealous and cold. But even though she and her twin, Jacinda had their differences, when it came down to it, she was there for her.

She had her back. She loved her sister no matter what, because that's what sisters did. They protected each other.

I can't wait to see how she faces the obstacle in the final installment. I think she'll be awesome. I have hope. I'm sorry, but I don't see why readers fell for you.

You did nothing for me. You pissed me off a lot. I was sick of your constant hovering and controlling. Hopefully, I'll have more sympathy for you in the last book.

But I doubt it. You had moments, I'll give you that. But it wasn't enough to make me fall for you. And now it won't happen.

I may like you a little better, but love? Pray you get the girl? Yes, I pray you finally get your head outta your ass and make a go for Tamra.

That'd be cool. But hope you win Jacinda over? Nope, ain't happenin. Not a chance. But that's just my opinion. Oh Will. Be still my heart.

Wait, where've I heard that before?! I fucking love you til the end. It was always you. You bring out the butterflies in my belly.

You make my heart sing when you enter the scene. Your smile lights a fire in me so explosive. Your green eyes bore into my soul, just like Jacinda's.

Your voice makes my chest flutter. Since the second you set foot in that cave in Firelight and touched Jacinda, knowing, feeling, seeing what she was, and then let her go, free, safe from your family, I knew you had a hold on my heart.

I knew you were different. Not evil. And you haven't let me down yet. I can't wait to see how you help the gang save Miram from your disgusting family.

A stranger to you. Risking everything for the girl you love and can't live without. I know you'll be everything Jacinda needs you to be.

I have faith. And it'll be an epic albeit, bumpy road to the end. And I'll be sad it's over, to say goodbye, to leave you in my books.

I hate leaving my boys in books. Especially all my Will's. Every Will has a permanent hold on my heart.

And you're no exception. Anyway, getting misty eyed here. I shall conclude with, this book was frustrating and wall punching-the-wall worthy, but I loved it nonetheless.

Except that there wasn't enough Will in the first half. I was depressed, sad, grumpy. I kept waiting, holding my breath for him to make his appearance, to rescue his Draki, the love of his life from a lifetime of guilt and despair.

But when he finally did, it was worth the wait. The last half made up for the first half. Will made this book for me.

Great job Sophie. I look forward to the last book, one more night with this gang. It'll be epic. And it'll be sad. Even though I loved Firelight better, I'm in love with the world of Draki.

It'll be sad to leave it behind. View all 17 comments. I really want to support a local author, but unfortunately, I just couldn't honestly say that I liked this book.

This book is SO heavily emotionally bogged down. The first eight chapters of the book was about her whining and wallowing in self pity.

It was just too much. There were times I was just dying to I really want to support a local author, but unfortunately, I just couldn't honestly say that I liked this book.

There were times I was just dying to know what happens next, view spoiler [such as when Severin was asking where his daughter was, and Jordan will go about how this was why he was alpha, and blah, blah, blah before I could find out what his next reaction was, hide spoiler ] and I kept waiting and waiting until Jordan got to the point.

Don't get me wrong. I admire an author who is able to describe emotions to where the reader empathizes and sympathizes with the characters.

She's an outcast, but Tamara happens to be special too. She starts feeling for Casian. Will shows back up. She tries to meet with him one night, and Miram was spying on her, and they were caught by hunters.

She returns and is sentenced to have her wings clipped. Casian stops them if she agrees to marry him. Jacinda and Tamara run away and meet up with Will, but Corbin runs into them.

Casian saves them from Corbin, but he tags along on the trip to save his sister. And it ended so abruptly, that I was wondering if I was missing the rest of the story.

It wasn't exactly a cliffhanger, but it just kind of By the way, I liked Will from book 1, but after all of that thinking that Jacinda does, I have decided I like Casian much better.

And I always thought he was more than what Jordan gave him credit for in the first book. I will be royally pissed if Jacinda ends up with Will.

View all 6 comments. And we are. I was soooo excited when NetGalley approved me to review Vanish. I loved Firelight, and I was hoping that Vanish wouldn't disappoint; because I know how some sequels can be a let down if the first was incredible.

But lucky for me, Vanish was brilliant. Actually better than Firelight. Yeah, I know. Sophie Jordan, has an incredible imagination, and her wor "It's a feathery kiss, lips brushing, grazing, tasting, almost as if we were afraid of startling each other.

Sophie Jordan, has an incredible imagination, and her world building in this book was beautiful. I really enjoyed reading into the life of the pride; to get a sense of what goes on behind all the mist that Nidia creates.

It felt great to get back into the story like it was like Firelight never finished, you ease yourself nicely into the next story and you instantly rebuild the connection you previously had with Jacinda.

If anything Jacinda is a lot stronger in this than previously in Firelight, I was always connected to Jacinda, and even more so in Vanish, when she was happy I'd be happy, when she was sad, I'd be sad, when she was angry I felt a lot more emotion to her sister Tamra this time around especially after what happened to her at the start.

Previous characters like Cassian redeemed themselves in this one. In Firelight I came to the conclusion that he was a jerk, and I didn't like him, but I was so, so wrong.

There's nothing jerky about him at all. I found myself falling for him really hard and I'm still oh so confused about him and Will.

Although there was less Will than we like, Cassian managed to fill that missing Will part. Of course when Will was around it was great, but I never forgot Cassian, and I never will.

Anyway, I knew there'd be some sort of cliffy at the end, but it wasn't major as I saw it coming, and I really do need book 3, there's no news on the name or release but I want it!

I thoroughly enjoyed Vanish it was a great continuation to Firelight and I can't wait for book 3. I'd just like to thank NetGalley for allowing me to review this.

Feb 25, Mikaela marked it as to-read Shelves: ridiculously-hot-guys , frustrating-books , major-disapointment , sequels-i-still-need-to-read , next-in-line-totr.

This book better amaze! After the shockingly bad ending of the previous one, I'm about ready to give up with this series. The excecution?

Not so much. Let's hope this book redeems the ending of the last, or I'm going to go crazy Apr 02, Jennifer rated it really liked it Shelves: audiobooks.

I was loving both Will and Cassian but actually I think I like Cassian better but it has been obvious from the start she will be with Will. They should have dragged Miriam from that van kicking and screaming.

I can't believe she just stayed. Dec 13, Krystle rated it did not like it. Now, excuse me for a moment.

Jacinda, I want to throw you off a cliff, then toss you into the Arctic, and, finally, bury you underneath a glacier!

Her dithering of feelings for Will and Cassian drove me crazy. Wait, yes it would! But why are you hanging out with my sister?

I want to smack her! Shit, woman! Grow a vagina! There practically is no plot, just whining and more whining. It may be short but it felt like a freaking eternity to me.

Not in the mood for it today, peeps! The only cool bits were them using their dragon powers. Now I have to question why I liked the other book so much.

I mean, Sophie Jordan can write. She has great style with such smooth and engaging prose but dang, did her characters all suck.

I am staying the heck away from the last book unless I want to have cardiac arrest. Dec 07, Leahxx rated it liked it. I like Cassian more than Will because he's just a little bit more original.

I'm sick of every character being petty and self centered. I'm sick of blame being placed on the wrong people. And I'm sick of predictability.

It wasn't a bad book. It was just very meh. There were certain parts that were exciting, but there were also a lot of slower parts.

View 1 comment. Oct 17, Kari rated it it was amazing. With the same strong writing and bold storytelling, but building both the world and characters in surprising ways, this one raises the bar from the first book while still playing on the great elements of Firelight.

Tying things up with a great plot and stunning writing, Vanish will lure the reader in and not let go. The Extended Version: Jacinda goes through an immense array of emotions in this one, suffering some major setbacks and heartaches but seeming to always be able to find a way to push through.

Her motivations are very clearly defined and presented while still leaving plenty of things for readers to get subtly and between the lines.

Cassian has a stronger role in this book, and a presence that is hard to describe but completely appreciated. The plot of this one is certainly filled with plenty of unexpected twists, and is, in whole, unpredictable.

Readers will get a great look into not only the day to day of the pride, but see the ways being part of it has impacted Jacinda, even if she can't fully see all of them.

Jordan has put clear thought into the full scope of things, and even each scene is smoothly inserted but has a notable purpose. From cute and sweet to gritty and rough, the full range of emotions and reactions is covered, and handled expertly throughout.

Not to mention, this is one author who certainly knows how to ramp up the tension yet bring even the sweetest of moments to life.

From passionate kisses to heartbreak, Jordan makes the reader feel what Jacinda does and never breaks stride in the process.

From the enhancement of the world to the great strides in character development, Vanish not only brings in new elements but keeps readers guessing.

Sophie Jordan does it again with Vanish. And true to form, the beginning of the story starts off with a bang and continues at a decent clip. There is angst, drama, action, intrigue and sizzling romance all wrapped around Jacinda's continuing story in figuring out who she is, what she wants in life and how she can achieve that without hurting those she cares about.

Mild spoilers will be part of this review -- particularly from Firelight -- so be forewarned Vanish picks up minutes after Firelig Sophie Jordan does it again with Vanish.

Vanish picks up minutes after Firelight left off with Cassian returning Jacinda, Tamra and their mother to the pride but their drive back home was not uneventful and set the stage for the events that took place in this installment.

And not surprisingly, Jacinda and her family's return to the pride was not a joyous homecoming. Compounding their return to the pride, Jacinda was also racked with guilt over putting all draki in danger by revealing her true nature to Will and his hunter family during the fight between Will and Cassian at the end of Firelight.

Back with the pride, and severed from Will, it seemed that the only friend she truly had left was Jacinda was a very conflicted girl in this book, and admittedly had a tendency to ignore the obvious at times.

But I still had a lot of empathy for her and her situation. She was proud of her heritage and never wanted to lose her draki but she also wanted to have the freedom to decide who she loved and which direction her future would take.

That is what anybody would want, isn't it?! There was no doubt that she loved and longed for Will. Will was everything to her and also represented the freedoms and choices she wished for but she would lose so much if she ran away with Will because their love was forbidden his side being part of a draki-hunting family -- she would have to leave her mother, sister and friends behind, but she would be with the one SHE chooses, not the one chosen for her.

Conversely, choosing to stay with the pride would allow her to live freely as a draki and not leave her mother and sister. Her pride had always intended for her to be mated with Cassian to ensure that fire-breathers would not die out.

She could not deny her feelings for Cassian, although she quickly admitted to herself that they were not as strong as her feelings for Will, but Cassian would be the 'easier' road to take if she could just learn to forget Will.

As much as she was dealing with all this inner turmoil, I still liked her character. Jacinda was brave, albeit borderline reckless, passionate and determined, and stayed true to herself.

She did not become someone she was not despite the constant pressure from her pride to conform. I did not blame her for wanting choices and a good degree of freedom.

Her pride was still very important to her, even under the oppressive leadership of Severin Cassian's father , of which she and her family bared the brunt of his ire as they challenged him at every turn.

Cassian's intentions toward Jacinda really ramped up in this installment and he surprised me by actually making me empathize with him too. He was made out to be the alternative choice for her, and he achieved that in this book.

Cassian became much harder to resist when Jacinda did not have much hope left for a life with Will. He seemed genuine in his feelings towards Jacinda, even though he himself had choices as well.

Through some heart-felt moments spent with Cassian, we did see what he was really like and he was not all that bad Will was determined to be with Jacinda and that determination never faltered -- even when her's did.

He could visualize a future with her and how they could achieve it. I loved the tenderness and care he had for her. Will always managed to draw out Jacinda's inner draki.

Jacinda's sister Tamra was full of surprises in this installment as well. I was not a fan of hers in Firelight.

She was utterly sour about the cards she was dealt with in life and was bitter and jealous of her sister and Cassian, which was, to a degree, understandable.

As Vanish unfolded, however, she really became a more likeable character and I now want the best for her too. Severin, the pride's alpha, was ruthless and had become impatient with Jacinda's antics, and through his influence, made her and her mother's life completely miserable back in the community of the pride.

I honestly could not blame her for wanting to escape. Throughout these books, I could not turn the pages fast enough. The path of the story always kept me guessing -- just when I thought it was headed in one direction, I got totally blind-sided.

Sophie Jordan writes cleanly through Jacinda's honest inner dialogue, and her descriptive prose were beautiful The ending was not a huge cliffhanger that had me pulling out my hair in anticipation for the final book.

Things were left hanging in the balance but not in an 'edge-of-the-cliff' sort of way. In the next and concluding book in this awesome trilogy, I hope that Jacinda reaches her dreams -- with Will -- and I want what is best for Tamra and Cassian too.

It seems to me that the pride has lost its vision and has become corrupt under Severin. My hope is that Cassian, and in some way, Jacinda, Will and Tamra represent a new future for the pride.

Now the long wait begins for that ending I am crossing my fingers for! The Firelight trilogy still remains a favourite of mine!

Reviewed by: Rabid Reads I've been looking forward to reading this one all summer and maybe it's my own fault for getting too hyped up in advance but I'm not going to lie, I was disappointed by Vanish.

That's not to say that this book doesn't have some strong points; it does, but it's very different from the first book. There's a lot more draki content which I really enjoyed compared to Firelight which revolved primarily around Jacinda's experiences in the human world.

I was happily coasting thro Reviewed by: Rabid Reads I've been looking forward to reading this one all summer and maybe it's my own fault for getting too hyped up in advance but I'm not going to lie, I was disappointed by Vanish.

I was happily coasting through this novel until I hit the ending. It felt incomplete in my opinion.

I actually double-checked my ARC to see if there was a download error while hoping that my eReader was missing pages.

No such luck. Perhaps it was an attempt on Sophie Jordan's part at a cliffhanger ending but I found that the final pages were abrupt and as a result, Vanish felt unfinished.

In Vanish , Jacinda spends the majority of her time among the pride. This change of location allowed Sophie to explore the inner workings of the draki in more detail.

I enjoyed learning about the different breeds, their associated abilities as well as pride politics. It quickly became apparent that they live in patriarchal society and that their females rank pretty low on the totem pole.

There were a few points where I almost had steam coming out of my ears. The amount of suffering that these poor women have to endure is staggering.

It's a wonder that more haven't tried to flee but then again, most of them probably suffer from Stockholm syndrome seeing how this is the only life they've ever known.

Jacinda's treated a bit differently than the rest of the females because her breed of draki was thought to have been extinct. Although, she quickly loses whatever advantages she had by refusing to follow the rules.

I didn't like Jacinda's character as much in this installment. Her inability to make up her mind and to think for herself got on my nerves.

She wavers between wanting to run away to putting her life on the line for her oppressive pride members. At certain points it almost felt like she's like one of those abuse victims who just never learn and keep going back to their tormentor because they think that deep down somewhere these people are hurting them only because they love them so much.

I understand that she's had pretty primitive schooling and didn't live in the human world for very long but still! Jacinda's gut is trying to tell her something; why does she keep ignoring it!?

It was the ending that truly destroyed this book for me. I enjoyed every page up until that point. Vanish is overflowing with dragon mythology, the action is non-stop and there's a lingering sense of danger throughout the story.

I just think that the ending wasn't much of an ending at all. No loose ends were tied up, readers received nothing to help them out with their unanswered questions and there wasn't much of a cliffhanger either.

Will, Jacinda, Tamra and Cassian were right smack in the thick of things and then I'm doubting myself now Maybe I read it wrong or maybe I missed something?

Either way, for me it felt like something major was missing in those final pages. This series has me feeling so frustrated now!

I was a fan but now I'm not so sure. Firelight fans might be disappointed with this one. At least I know that I was. Even though I did enjoy learning more about the draki; I missed Jacinda's impossible romance with Will and the human factor from the first book.

The ending didn't leave me wanting more, if anything, it turned me off from this series. Apparently this is a trilogy, so my advice would be to hold off on reading this one until the third book is published.

Perhaps if you read them back-to-back it'll make more sense. I really liked it and it's fair to say that I love this series. I have never read a series about Dragons before so I find this series really original and I love the storyline.

Jacinda is back with her pride and she has to try to make them trust her again. But how can she move on like normal back into pride life when she left her heart, and Will, behind.

Will she be able to forget the love that she found with Will and ge Vanish Review on K-Books Wow, I don't really know what to say about this book.

Will she be able to forget the love that she found with Will and get back into normal every-day pride life? Or will their love conquer all?

I really like this series and Sophie Jordan does a fantastic job writing this series. I really love her writing style and it completely captured my attention and drew me back into this amazing story.

I could not put this book down. Vanish starts right where Firelight left off so you don't have that feeling that you've missed anything between the end of Book 1 and the start of book 2 as you sometimes get in series.

I loved that there was a lot more action in this one. It was very fast-paced and action-packed and I had a hard time putting the book down.

I just wanted to keep reading and see what was going to happen. One of the things I loved about this book was that you got to see more of some of the smaller characters from book 1.

Tamra really comes into her own in this book and I loved seeing hers and Jacinda's relationship starts to mend. I really like Tamra, I felt really sorry for her in book 1 and the more I read of her the more I really liked her.

She irritated me a little at times but when you look at the story from her point of view you can understand why she acts that way that she does.

One of the other characters you see more of is Cassian. I really didn't like him in the first book but his appearence in that book was very minimal.

I never imagined I would end up loving him as much as I did. I really like him, I think he's so sweet and that he really does love Jacinda.

I felt really sorry for him because as much as I love him it's obvious that Jacinda is never going to feel about him the way she feels for Will and it made me really sad about it.

Overall, I really enjoyed this book. I thought it was a really good follow-up to Firelight. Jacinda annoyed me little with her behaviour and how she kept bouncing between Will and Cassian all the time but it didn't really bother me all that much.

I love the writing style and I love the storyline that I just love this series and I love that the heroine is such a strong character and has this kick-ass power as a really powerful Draki.

I can't wait for the third and final book in this series to see how everything ends. If you've read Firelight, you know that Jacinda is a draki, which means she is a descendent of dragons.

Firelight left us with an epic cliffhanger and Vanish picks up there. Jacinda returns to her pride which is much to her chagrin as she has to leave Will behind.

Before she heads back with her pride, a series of crazy events occurred and now Will has been shaded, which means he won't remember her.

Meanwhile, Jacinda doesn't have it easy back with her pride. Not only is she mourning the loss of If you've read Firelight, you know that Jacinda is a draki, which means she is a descendent of dragons.

Not only is she mourning the loss of Will, her old friends aren't really accepting of her and many give her a hard time for leaving in the first place.

Cassian still talks to her and she knows she should want to be with just him, but she can't get Will out of her mind.

Things get even more action packed for Jacinda as she tries to get used to life back with the pride, especially when there's an unexpected visitor and the fact that her sister's life has been forever altered.

Sophie Jordan's Vanish, the second book in the Firelight series, is an entertaining fantasy that fans of the series will appreciate.

As I said in my Firelight review, I never thought I would read a book about dragons mostly because I thought they were super nerdy and Dungeons and Dragons comes to mind!

I love the whole world that Jordan has created, the various types of dragons, the bonding, the hierarchy and even the hunters. It's no doubt a world that fantasy lovers will relish in.

Jacinda is faced with some tough decisions and situations in Vanish. She can't get over Will, but she knows she must as things aren't easy back with the pride.

The pride isn't accepting of her and she knows it will just take time and of course, she will have to prove her loyalty.

Cassian is looking out for her and part of me just wanted her to move on from Will. Jacinda was kind of obsessing over Will and pulling a Bella Swan in Vanish.

She was pretty mopey as well, because she is no longer "top dragon" at the pride anymore and doesn't have many people that will talk to her for reasons that I can't say because of spoilers , but it's definitely a new dynamic for Jacinda and one that takes a lot of getting used to.

So, needless to say, Jacinda does a lot of growing in Vanish. By the middle of Vanish, I was on the edge of my seat.

There's a lot of action and hold your breath type of moments. All of these conflicts lead us to the third book in the series, Hidden.

I can't wait for the next installment and thankfully I don't have it; it's out now! View 2 comments.

Jan 17, Amber rated it really liked it Shelves: , arc , bookers. Vanish was a delightful addition to the Firelight series.

This is such an original in my opinion. We see tons of books on ghosts, vampires, shapshifters, fairies etc.

So when you pick up the Firelight series, we are welcomed to a fresh new genre that has not been written and re-written time and time again.

Sophie Jordan invites us into the draki world with a new spin on fantasy. Jacinda, Cassian, Tamra and their mother are on their way back to the pride.

Jacinda is one of the most rare and prized of their kind, but Tamra will no longer be dismissed and worthless. She becomes more useful than ever before.

The roles get somewhat reversed as Jacinda is not treated with the same respect as before and now Tamra is. Being back in the pride was difficult. More tense moments and a creepy Corbin, Cassian's cousin.

Being under a watchful eye, Jacinda must prove that she is bound to the pride and she has let the thought of being in love with Will, go.

But can she convince the pride and herself of this? I was a bit annoyed by Jacinda in this book, I'm not going to lie.

She never seemed to know what or who she wanted. The love triangle was dragged out a little too much. I think deep down it was always and will be Will for Jacinda.

Even thought he wasn't in the book much, he still seemed to win me over once again. Cassian is somewhat labeled arrogant and a bit shallow, but I feel deep down he has a good heart.

I adored Tamra in this book. She turned out to be an amazing character. There are a lot of twists throughout this installment and I was rather satisfied with the outcome.

I loved where it left off and look forward to reading the Untitled Firelight May 19, Denae Christine rated it it was ok Shelves: 1st-person-narrative , dragons.

Well, there were dragons in it. That's probably the book's only redeeming quality. No kidding. Love triangle? I don't care that Jacinda really wants Will; she kisses Cassian passionately and thinks about him all the time.

I disliked Jacinda. She was whiny, arrogant, and foolish. She didn't seem to really understand what was going on, or that a one-month crush was NOT true love.

The boys. Why did they like Jacinda? Especially when she tells them she isn't interested. Cassian is so Well, there were dragons in it.

Cassian is so dumb. He follows her around like a dog for weeks, just letting her always blow him off.

Find someone else, you creeper. Corbin, too. Even Will should know this won't work and should just let it go.

If she had any brains, she won't run away with someone she has known for one month. Especially if that someone is the enemy.

Tamra was better. I like her. Az was okay. Miram was terrible. The tribe is full of idiots. Oh, she escaped the hunters, so let's punish her.

She's probably apt to run away, so let's make her life miserable. That'll help, uh huh. And their sentries are incompetent.

Do they grow when they manifest? If so, couldn't they demanifest to shrink and slip out of their bonds? Where does that extra mass come from? Why don't wing injuries appear after someone demanifests?

Don't draki have claws they could use to get through rope? Why don't multiple harpoon wounds cause draki to slow down much?

How can a draki fly one day after getting a hole in her wing? Wouldn't Tamra have had purple blood? Wouldn't they know she would manifest someday?

Why can't draki fly faster than harpoons? Wouldn't knocked-out draki return to human form? The details were not explained well enough.

Sep 08, Whitney rated it really liked it Shelves: surprised-as-hell , neat-plot , okay-heroines , all-time-faves , own , lick-this-cover , okay-heros.

Slight spoilery. Is it just me, or like I mean, yeah a few things happen. But it's like, well there should be more to that situation. It's like this book and Firelight could have been one book.

It would've been more interesting the first time around. But ya know how authors and publishers are. I liked this book because there's an original species in there.

You don't see a lot of dragon descendants in YA books. And Sophie totally pushed it a bit more in Vanish. It was definitely vivid, I could picture it in my head perfectly.

As for the characters. I felt really sorry for Jacinda in the beginning of this book. She was treated like total crap, when it was her mother's fault.

Although, I did feel sorry for her mother towards the end, but it seemed like that was what she wanted when she left the pride the first time.

I also felt sorry for Cassian. It was like he didn't really care what happened to Jacinda in the process of her getting back out of the pride.

Especially when she view spoiler [almost got her wings clipped off. I didn't like her in the first book, and I don't like her in this one.

Aug 23, Mimi Valentine rated it really liked it Shelves: pure-awesomeness , boys-i-wish-were-real , gorgeous-covers , reviewed.

A warning before you start this book: You won't be able to put it down! I made the mistake of starting it before I went to bed and ended up staying awake all night just to finish it.

I've always loved dragons and this series only makes me love them more! Vanish picks up right where Firelight left off — the gap isn't even a day!

The plot is so fast-paced and full of twists that I stayed on the edge of my seat, and there are a bunch of revelat A warning before you start this book: You won't be able to put it down!

The plot is so fast-paced and full of twists that I stayed on the edge of my seat, and there are a bunch of revelations that made my jaw drop. I honestly adore Jacinda!

I've read so many reviews that say she's indecisive and angsty, but I think that her flaws and actions make her feel so much more real and easy to relate to.

And I swear, this romance will be the end of me one day. If you haven't started this series yet, then I definitely recommend that you do because this is a cool series you don't want to miss!

I think this series is worth being purchased and not just for the pretty covers! Readers also enjoyed.

Young Adult. About Sophie Jordan. Sophie Jordan. Pseudonym: Sharie Kohler Sophie Jordan took her adolescent daydreaming one step further and penned her first historical romance in the back of her high school Spanish class.

This passion led her to pursue a degree in English and History. A brief stint in law school taught her that case law was not nearly as interesting as literature - teaching English seemed the natural recourse.

After several years Pseudonym: Sharie Kohler Sophie Jordan took her adolescent daydreaming one step further and penned her first historical romance in the back of her high school Spanish class.

After several years teaching high school students to love Antigone , Sophie resigned with the birth of her first child and decided it was time to pursue the long-held dream of writing.

Other books in the series. Firelight 3 books. Books by Sophie Jordan. Related Articles. Fans of Sarah MacLean know her as a writer of historical romances, a passionate defender of the romance genre, and a creator of some truly pun-tast Read more Trivia About Vanish Firelight In the classroom, Elisabeth paints picture cards to teach the seven-year-old how to read.

She also tells Louisa a tale about the firelight:. It's a kind of magic. Firelight makes time stand still.

When you put out the lamps and sit in the firelight's glow there aren't any rules any more. You can do what you want, say what you want, be what you want, and when the lamps are lit again, time starts again, and everything you said or did is forgotten.

More than forgotten it never happened. Elisabeth finds that this helps Louisa concentrate on her lessons, knowing there is a time at the end of the day when there are no rules.

Increasingly attracted to Elisabeth, Charles asks her to promise him that they can never be close like they once were. But Elisabeth doesn't answer.

Charles even talks about the three of them leaving together, but Elisabeth says she knows it is impossible, as he has obligations to his estate, family, and wife.

Charles suddenly announces that the entire estate is being appraised for sale, purportedly to cover his overwhelming debts.

On a bitterly cold night, Charles consults his conscience as to whether his wife, Amy, would want him to release her from her catatonic prison of ten years.

He opens the windows of her bedchamber, removes her covers, and allows the fire in her room to go out, leaving her to die of exposure.

With Amy's death, her sister Constance expects to be Charles's choice as a new wife. However, she concedes a dignified defeat when she realises Charles's depth of feeling toward Elisabeth.

Elisabeth confronts Charles and asks him if he killed Amy, which he admits. They both feel strong guilt, but no regret.

Soon after, Louisa looks through Elisabeth's room and discovers the illustrated journal dedicated to "My English Daughter". Louisa confronts her governess who confirms she is in fact her mother.

After the sale of the Godwin's estate, Charles, Elisabeth, and Louisa leave on a snowy day to begin their new lives together as a family.

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Retrieved 22 April Retrieved 23 January Works by William Nicholson. Shadowlands The Retreat from Moscow. Firelight Hope Gap. Categories : films directorial debut films drama films British drama films English-language films Films with screenplays by William Nicholson Films shot at Pinewood Studios Films set in Sussex Hollywood Pictures films.

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Je reste! Une rencontre A family man's encounter with a beautiful woman develops into a mutual fascination. Edit Storyline In , lovely governess Elisabeth agrees to bear a child of anonymous English landowner, and he will in return pay her father's debt.

Edit Did You Know? Trivia Though he had been in the film industry as a scriptwriter for many years, this was William Nicholson's first directed film.

Goofs At least two young men are shown in the South of England in the s with long hair tied back in a queue, a style unknown in that time and place.

Quotes Elisabeth : [ about the Lake House ] What do you do out there? Louisa : If you ever go out there, I'll kill you! I'll murder you!

Elisabeth : How? Louisa : I'll stab you in the heart! Elisabeth : Yes, that would do it. Louisa : It would! You'd be dead.

Elisabeth : You'd have to bury me. Louisa : I wouldn't. I'd just leave you there! Elisabeth : I'd rot. I'd smell. Louisa : Serve you right! Was this review helpful to you?

Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Though she acknowledges the father's loving relationship with his daughter, Elisabeth is appalled by the lack of control Charles exercises over the girl.

He refuses to use any forms of discipline in her upbringing. Unable to keep Louisa at her lessons, Elisabeth locks the child in the classroom.

When he discovers this, Charles is furious and roughly manhandles Elisabeth in an effort to extract the key to the schoolroom. While Charles wants his daughter to enjoy life as much as she can, Elisabeth is determined to teach her daughter how to behave to be loved by others, and to be educated so she can determine her own path in the world.

To convince Charles to support her approach, Elisabeth promises she will never harm the girl, and whatever she does to Louisa she will also do to herself.

Outside of class, Louisa spends all of her spare time in her lakehouse, a small belvedere on the estate in the middle of a pond, which can only be reached by boat.

Here, Louisa pretends she has a mother. At first, Elisabeth watches clandestinely from the boat docks while Louisa is in the lakehouse. However, when she finds out that Charles swims naked there in the morning, she begins to go to watch Charles too, leaving before he can see her.

In the classroom, Elisabeth paints picture cards to teach the seven-year-old how to read. She also tells Louisa a tale about the firelight:.

It's a kind of magic. Firelight makes time stand still. When you put out the lamps and sit in the firelight's glow there aren't any rules any more.

You can do what you want, say what you want, be what you want, and when the lamps are lit again, time starts again, and everything you said or did is forgotten.

More than forgotten it never happened. Elisabeth finds that this helps Louisa concentrate on her lessons, knowing there is a time at the end of the day when there are no rules.

Increasingly attracted to Elisabeth, Charles asks her to promise him that they can never be close like they once were.

But Elisabeth doesn't answer. Charles even talks about the three of them leaving together, but Elisabeth says she knows it is impossible, as he has obligations to his estate, family, and wife.

Charles suddenly announces that the entire estate is being appraised for sale, purportedly to cover his overwhelming debts.

On a bitterly cold night, Charles consults his conscience as to whether his wife, Amy, would want him to release her from her catatonic prison of ten years.

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