Wildfire Paperback – 1 January 2023 by HANNAH GRACE (Author)

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      Product description

      About the Author

      Hannah Grace is an English self-labeled “fluffy comfort book” author, writing predominantly new adult and contemporary romance from her home in Manchester, England. When she’s not describing everyone’s eyes ten-thousand times a chapter, accidentally giving multiple characters the same name, or using English sayings that no one understands in her American books, you can find her hanging out with her husband and two dogs, Pig and Bear.
      Dimensions 2.35 × 19.8 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Simon & Schuster Ltd (1 January 2023)

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 400 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 1398525715

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-1398525719

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 274 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 13 x 2.35 x 19.8 cm

      Country of Origin ‏

      ‎ India

      Based on 9 reviews

      4.00 Overall
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      9 reviews for Wildfire Paperback – 1 January 2023 by HANNAH GRACE (Author)

      1. Akansha Choudhary

        It’s more like a three point seven five. Icebreaker, the first book in this series was a disappointment so I went in with zero expectations and I enjoyed it so much. I didn’t like the FMC for some of things but overall it was a cute story and Russ was perfection.

      2. Aishwarya

        Loved the plot and the way this story turns out to be the one without a lot of drama.I would have loved to read about their lives back to college because that’s where I got to know Anastasia, Nathan, Henry and the other guys. I missed college and kept waiting for it.Apart from that, I loved the book.

      3. Ann (@readsandreels_)

        Golden retriever boyfriend with actual golden retrievers around him? Sign me up!!How can Hannah write such fluffy comforting books & also deal with deeper issues and important topics? No, because I want that talent! I’ll also officially read whatever she writes, even her grocery list!Russ and Aurora are my new comfort characters! The summer camp setting was such a fresh idea & I gobbled it up. Also, Hannah writes such amazing friendship goals that you just crave that kind of friendship in your life. I so wanted to befriend every single character in this book😩.Without giving much away, all I can say is please read this book if you want a summery read with all the feels in this world. It will make you wanna pack your bags for a summer camp and find your ‘moonlight’!Tropes:🏕️Friends to lovers🏕️ONS🏕️Adorable 🐶s🏕️Forced Proximity🏕️Forbidden love (kinda)

      4. Ann RG

        i was so excited to read this book but i’m not gonna lie, i was beyond disappointed. icebreaker was one of my favourite reads of last year and i loved hannah grace’s writing style, so i expected this to be at least a 3 star read, but things just didn’t fall in place for me.the pacing of the book was slow in the middle, and while i’m someone who loves books that are long for no other reason than to show the reader different parts of the characters’ lives, wildfire was just unnecessarily long. the angst was also, to me, poorly written and came across as awkward in places.what annoyed me the most about this book though, was that all the characters would talk about was their daddy issues. it felt like mutually beneficial therapy rather than a relationship and i wish there were other reasons readers could see that they were compatible. they talk about that one thing over and over again, and i could only take so much of it before i stopped caring. i wouldn’t say it was bad because if it were, i would have had no problem in dnf’ing it, but it’s a far cry from good.i will also not forget how henry was done dirty he’s just like all the other guys now and it pisses me off to no end. i’m definitely going to give this universe another chance and stick around for the third one (which is going to be henry’s book i think?) because of how much i loved icebreaker, but this one just… yeah, it just wasn’t for me.Thank you to Love Notes PR and the author for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

      5. Mama_bookworm_

        Insta @mama_bookworm_Book 2 of the Maple Hills series. This can be read as a standalone but the characters from book 1 feature heavily throughout.Aurora and Russ meet at an end of year house party where she gets dared to give him a lap dance, and the night ends in a one night stand. Rory sneaks home whilst Russ is in the bathroom and they don’t exchange any details.Rory heads off to volunteer at camp for the summer, the camp is the only place she has ever felt at home and the staff are like her family. During the first staff meeting Rory is shocked to discover that Russ is also working there as a counsellor. Russ is working at the camp to try and avoid the problems his father’s gambling addiction is causing.The camp has a strict no fraternisation rule but Russ and Rory find it increasingly difficult to ignore their chemistry.My thoughts: I loved revisiting the characters from Icebreaker and I really enjoyed the found family aspect of the story.This is not a hockey romance, the entire book is set in summer camp so if you’re looking for Icebreaker 2 then this isn’t that. The main characters both have daddy issues which they help one another to work through. This book features addiction and parental abandonment but it doesn’t feel like a heavy read.Russ adores Rory, he is so wholesome and adorable. Rory is desperate for a real connection and I found her a bit emotionally immature at times. The couple struggled to communicate and I found it frustrating as I’m not a fan of the miscommunication trope. But that didn’t stop me from reading ‘one more chapter’ or giving this one 4 stars.

      6. sarah mccord

        Loved RussThis is the second book in the Maple Hills series. While this would technically be classed as a ‘Hockey romance’ I like that it’s not set within the hockey season. It takes place at a summer camp where both Russ & Aurora are camp councillors.I’ve never been to a summer camp, but side characters like Xander & Emilia really made me wish I had!I also loved the little snippets of Henry, JJ & the rest of the boys!Now waiting (im)patiently for Henry’s book! Summer 2024 can’t come quick enough 🫶🏼

      7. Karley Sloma

        Perfect summer read with some heat!“Russ Callaghan can call me a good girl anytime.”Book: Wildfire (Maple Hills, Book 2)Author: Hannah GraceRating: ⭐️⭐️⭐⭐Spice: 🌶️🌶️🌶️Russ Callaghan, the shy goalie for the Maple Hills hockey team is enjoying his last night with teammates before he attempts to escape the reality of his home life for the summer. Set out on a similar mission, Aurora Roberts finds herself at Russ’ party. Having just received a pep-talk from his teammate, Russ musters up enough confidence to approach Aurora. While she sees through his act, she finds his shyness enduring. The two hit it off and continue their night upstairs in Russ’ bedroom. Later on, miscommunications lead to Aurora taking her chance to leave without saying goodbye and the expected end to their story.Russ leaves for his summer job as a counselor at Honey Acres, a children’s camp, the next day. What he wasn’t expecting is for Aurora’s summer plans also to include escaping to Honey Acres. After hashing out the misunderstandings of their night together, the pair is still left with plenty of obstacles keeping them apart. Number one being the no fraternization rule between counselors, will they give into the chemistry and risk their only means to escape what they are running from?Something about a book set at a summer camp makes it so nostalgic and lovable. RUSS FREAKING CALLAGHAN comes out of left field with his mouth. He has everything you want from a golden retriever MMC but when he is in the bedroom😮‍💨I was really drawn to the character development throughout their relationship. Both working through their struggles gives the reader a sense of why our MMC and FMC process and react the way they do while also allowing the reader to see the growth they have both made.I am a sucker for some good side characters. Not only do we get re-introduced to some of our favorites from book 1, but we were also given camp friends to love. Providing us with laughter while also supporting our MMC and FMC. Overall, this book was a super fun read with no lack of family drama or spice!If you like:Second ChanceForced ProximitySummer Camp RomanceTW🚫: Addiction struggles, family troublesReviewed by: Karley🧡

      8. Elisabetta Paone

        Wildfire ha il mio cuoreWildfire è il secondo libro della serie Maple Hills e io ne sono innamorata fino alla luna e ritorno. La scrittura di Hannah Grace è un toccasana e la storia di Russ e Aurora era la svolta che mi serviva. Frizzante e piacevole, senza il dramma del terzo atto, è un libro che viene divorato. Più cercavo di leggere con calma e pazienza, più volevo sapere cosa succedeva, pagina dopo pagina. Mi è piaciuto particolarmente come entrambi i protagonisti vengono a patti con i loro demoni personali e, anche se quest’ultimi hanno la possibilità di minare la loro relazione, entrambi sono così forti e maturi da non permettere che niente possa dividerli. Amo quanto Russ sia dolce e timido, ma al tempo stesso è coraggioso nell’inseguire ciò che vuole. I personaggi secondari li ho trovati alquanto strutturati e danno un pizzico di divertimento alle scene, che altrimenti potrebbero risultare noiose. E sottolineo che tutti i Russ del mondo dovrebbero avere un JJ tascabile che li sproni a inseguire la ragazza dei loro sogni.Hannah Grace mi ha conquistato. Non vedo l’ora di leggere altro del suo repertorio.

      9. Danel Daley

        A little disappointing…I absolutely loved Icebreaker – one of my top five reads for 2023, so was looking forward to Wildfire, but personally, it was a slight let down. For me, Russ doesn’t seem like he should’ve been the next MC following the first book. We didn’t know enough about him and then we were fed a bunch of information and long standing trauma that was never touched upon. It was hard to feel for characters that we don’t really know yet, I wasn’t as invested in their triumphs or downfalls. My favourite parts of the book were glimpses of the characters from icebreaker, I love the dynamic between the hockey players it makes for a refreshing read – there should’ve been much more of this. Overall, it was an okay and easy read, I wish there was some more depth to the story/characters – like the subplots within Icebreaker – it became very very predictable halfway through the book. Some parts were very over explained (again to do with not knowing the MCs and having to give the reader a way to get to know them quickly) ; However, I am looking forward to see who the next lead character would be in the third book, hopefully it will be more hockey based which is what drew me to the series in the first place.

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