Sunday, January 26, 2014

Review: A Fire that Burns by Kirsty Anne Still

This book is one of those books that once you pick up, you just can't seem to put it down. once I started it, I just read all day, and did nothing else.

Austin and Tyler's story wasn't a happy one, or so at least it didn't start out that way.

Austin is just a small town girl with such a big heart who falls in love with the guy that she calls her best friend, the guy she knew for her entire life. The books begins six years after the decision Austin makes to leave, not just the love of her life, but her friends, and her family.

Six years later though, she returns to her hometown and the moment that she lays eyes on Tyler again, all the feelings that she went years trying to forget and move on from come rushing back in an instant flash. The intensity of the chemistry and feelings this couples has for each other was very well written and easy to feel within each word that I read. Tyler and Austin's love, it was inevitable, and when its real, you just can't walk away.Even years and years away from each other, with absolutely no contact, or seeing each other, the powerful feelings they had for each other, never once went away, they were just hidden by the pain and sadness of the choice that Austin made to run away.

Later on, you realize that Austin didn't just leave because she wanted to leave, there's an entire story of heartache and misery behind it. You realize just how broken of a person Austin was at nineteen years old, and she felt leaving was the only thing that she could do.

Will Tyler and Austin Find their way back to each other. In a story about love, heartache and everything in between, you realize just how powerful love can be. This is determinately a book that I recommend, go pick up don't miss out.

Kirsty did a wonderful job on this book. It definitely deserves a five star rating.

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