Review: Fury On Fire by Sophie Jordan

Posted January 23, 2017 by girlswit in Review / 0 Comments

Review: Fury On Fire by Sophie JordanFury On Fire by Sophie Jordan
Series: Devil's Rock
Published by Avon on January 31st, 2017
Genres: Romance
Pages: 368
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When you live next door to the big bad wolf . . .

After years in prison, North Callaghan is finally free. But the demons haunting him still make him feel like a caged beast. He loses himself in work and hard living, coming up for air only to bed any willing woman to cross his path. So when his new neighbor snares his interest, he decides to add another notch to his bedpost. The only problem? Faith Walters is a white picket fence kind of girl.

Prepare to be devoured.

Faith’s new neighbor is the rudest man alive. He’d rather grunt at her than speak and he takes her “welcome-to-the-neighborhood” scones without a thank you. She knows she should run for the hills from the ex-con. If only he weren’t so smoldering sexy…if only the sounds of him with other women didn’t drift through their shared wall and fill her with longing…and if only he didn’t look at her like they were a collision waiting to happen.



Lisa’s Review:  I received an advanced reading copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

First of all, love the cover!

I have been waiting on pins and needles to read North’s story. It was SO worth the wait. Totally loved this book. 

When Faith buys the house next door to North she didn’t except falling in love with the neighbor. I totally want to talk about one of the scenes where Faith got a bit more than she expected when she looked out her window but it’d give too much away. 

North is a bad boy who deep down wants to be good but doesn’t believe he deserves it. North dwells on his past mistakes and makes choices to sabotage himself. My heart really went out to him.  I totally fell for this character. 

I love Faith’s character for many reasons but the main one is that she is a CPS social worker like myself. I think this is the first book I’ve read that a lead character had that position. Faith is also battling to gain her own independence; living her own life without her brothers and father telling her what to do.

Just trust me, you need to read this book. It’s heartfelt, hot and so good. You will not be disappointed,

Thanks so much Avon for allowing me to read this awesome book early. 


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