The fourth book in the series has Alicia set on revenge. Everyone she knows thinks she’s dead, and that’s the way she wants it. Now living under the name Chelsea, she’s working the long game. The problem? She’s fallen in love, and Christopher makes her want to be a better person. He’s everything she could want, and he’s such a good man that it’s making it hard to follow her plan. But they need to pay for what happened to her, and she will get her revenge.
This was a fun one because sometimes when you’re reading you forget that Alicia and Jody had such an awful childhood. You forget that even though she’s in love, she’s still motivated by revenge. I think that speaks highly of how well-written this is. The Girl Who Caught Fire fits in perfectly with the series. It has been a fun road to get to this point, and I cannot wait to see what lies ahead. Nicely done.
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The Girl Who Caught Fire is available on Amazon for 99 cents.