Title :

Igniting Ash

Author :

M.A. Stacie

Series :


Rating :

4 Stars

Blurb :

“When the embers of pain transform into passion.”After a terrible start in life, Asher Harris picks himself up and manages to carve out a fairly decent future. Content with living alone in his bookshop, he shies away from relationships and keeps trust to a minimum. Emma Carnes hasn’t seen Asher in years, though she’s never forgotten him. Their one interaction as teenagers became pivotal to them both. It gave her a career.It saved his life.Taking small steps, hoping to get him to open up, Emma finds Asher’s emotional walls hard to climb. He is far from receptive to her gentle persuasion, even when she seeks his help with a wounded child from the shelter she works in. Emma sees the parallels between him and Asher, and tries to replicate the past. However, as she takes tentative steps with both of them, someone is taking steps toward her. Watching her for a pattern. Watching her to find out what she knows.They each battle to stay together to keep what they’ve fought so hard to gain, will a cruel twist of fate finally show Asher what he could lose? Could it be too late to save the one person in life he trusts?

Review :

Igniting Ash by M.A. Stacie is a quiet love story about how a small act of kindness can change a whole life. The writing of this story is wonderful and the author managed to draw a vivid picture of Asher and Emma for the readers to enjoy.

Coming from nothing and basically trusting no one it was such an interesting journey to follow Asher on his way to love. The storyline was developed very detailed and the characters were great and here I would like to mention Gabe especially besides Asher and Emma.
But still in the end – some things along the storyline should have filled my eyes with tears but as that did not happen something was missing in this book for me. I am not even sure what it is just that I could not feel the story in my core as I should have. But that should not stop anybody from reading this book as it might turn out totally different for you…
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