Sapphire Flames

Sapphire Flames

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Ilona Andrew comes an enthralling new trilogy set in the Hidden Legacy world, where magic means power, and family bloodlines are the new currency of society…In a world where magic is the key to power and wealth, Catalina Baylor is a Prime, the highest rank of magic user, and the Head of her House. Catalina has always been afraid to...

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Sapphire Flames Reviews

  • Robin (Bridge Four)

    Nevada and Rogan have their new beginning and this book is all Catalina.

    I think you need to know that going in. Sure, you get cameo situations from the Dragon and his new wife but they are so far removed from the main focus of this book you shouldn’t read it for that or you will be disappointed.

    What you do get:

    Nevada and Rogan have their new beginning and this book is all Catalina.

    I think you need to know that going in. Sure, you get cameo situations from the Dragon and his new wife but they are so far removed from the main focus of this book you shouldn’t read it for that or you will be disappointed.

    What you do get:

    With all of that there should be something for you and hopefully you won’t miss the Dragon and his new wife that much.

    The end of the three-year grace period is coming to an end and House Baylor has had some time to make some contacts and get a little established, but it is a trying time as their immunity is about to expire. On top of that there is a case that falls into Catalina’s lap that everyone tells her not to take, so of course that is the case she is going to take.

    This is a wild ride full of surprises. Catalina has been under the tutelage of none other than Mrs. Rogan and she has learned a lot. She might still be the shy girl at heart but she is coming out of her shell and this new case is going to push her to her limits.

    The biggest surprise for me is Alessandro. I expected the charming pretty boy and not much more, but the boy has secrets, talents and a vendetta. Add all that in with some very cool powers and I loved what happened when he and Catalina teamed up to take down the bad guys in this.

    Linus Duncan, man of mystery has a soft spot for the Baylors. If you’ve read the rest of the series you’ve probably guessed why. I was really surprised to see him play a role in this book and even more surprised by what that role was. Alessandro isn’t afraid to go up against some powerful men in his not courtship of Catalina, even when they act like a grandfather to her.

    This is classic Ilona Andrews with humor and danger and that slow burn romance happening. I devoured this book and can’t wait to listen to the audio when it comes out. While I was sad not to see more of Rogan and Nevada I think Catalina and crew carried this book well and I loved the set up for some future books in the series with Catalina at the helm.

    I'm not going to say what I had to do to get a copy of this early. It might have involved the sacrifice of a Barbie involving four toenail clippings, herbs, a secret, a promise and copious amounts of bourbon...don't ask.

    But, I got it and the Author Lords who shall be named IA have done it again and written something absolutely wonderful that I will read again and again and again.

  • Sh3lly

    1.

    : ★★★★★

    2.

    : ★★★★★

    3.

    : ★★★★★

    3.5

    : ★★★★

    The

    series begins a new trilogy with Catalina and Alessandro. A few years have passed. Nevada and Rogan are in Spain and NOT a part of this story. Head Baylor is at the end of its "safe" period, where other Houses aren't allowed to mess with them. Most houses don't make it past the first year. Catalina is a very young Head of house at twenty-one. She has a lot to learn, but she has great resources to he

    1.

    : ★★★★★

    2.

    : ★★★★★

    3.

    : ★★★★★

    3.5

    : ★★★★

    The

    series begins a new trilogy with Catalina and Alessandro. A few years have passed. Nevada and Rogan are in Spain and NOT a part of this story. Head Baylor is at the end of its "safe" period, where other Houses aren't allowed to mess with them. Most houses don't make it past the first year. Catalina is a very young Head of house at twenty-one. She has a lot to learn, but she has great resources to help.

    There is the typical investigation with Ilona Andrews books. This one involves mages more and weird arcane stuff. I'm so intrigued by the magic that has to do with the other realm, full of monster bugs and stuff.

    Catalina and Alessandro are obviously smitten with each other, but this is a slow (medium?) burn romance. I like them together. I'm very excited about the next book. When this ended, it wasn't on a cliffhanger, but I was left wanting MORE. I thought it was a lot of fun to read, with great action scenes, humor, and originality.

  • Melindam

    So, first of all a BIG THANK YOU to Ilona & Gordon for writing another breath-taking installment to the Hidden Legacy Series + to Edelweiss/Avon for letting me read it before publication.

    And let's not forget my GR Friend

    for recommending me the series despite the covers!

    I CAN'T EVEN....

    I wanted to read it

    So, first of all a BIG THANK YOU to Ilona & Gordon for writing another breath-taking installment to the Hidden Legacy Series + to Edelweiss/Avon for letting me read it before publication.

    And let's not forget my GR Friend

    for recommending me the series despite the covers!

    I CAN'T EVEN....

    I wanted to read it in one go, but kept on putting it aside, because I dreaded the moment it would all end.

    Well, eventually it ended, but with WHAT A BANG! A MILLION EXPLODING PERFECT STARS!

    I loved it from the first page to the last.

    In my review of Book 3,

    , I adopted the Baylors as my literary family and I also mentioned how much further potential there is in the Hidden Legacy Universe.

    Ilona and Gordon kept expanding that universe in Books 1-3, adding more layers, depth and intrigue, BUT with Sapphire Flames they upped their game even further.

    Influential families (called Houses) with powerful magic rule this alternate world and also control territories in Houston, where our story takes place. There are several kinds of magical abilities (telepaths, telekinetics, empaths, pyro/aquakinetics, truthseekers, etc) and several levels: minor, average, notable, significant & prime. Primes are usually the leaders of their families/houses and also "breed" to have offsprings with even more magic as it means social and economical power: the more you have the more influential you are.

    Newly established or "emerging" houses have a 3-year-long grace period when they are protected from the intrigue/attacks of already existing ones. But once the period is over, the gloves are off and the beasts gather for blood.

    This period is just coming to an end for the Baylors with 21-year-old Catalina (younger sister to Nevada) at the head.

    We see the world of the magical Elite through her eyes: it's seductive, it's glamorous, it's glittering and it's cruel and dangerous as hell. Catalina's (not-so-secret) crush, Alessandro Sagredo, is the perfect embodiment of this world and they get involved in untangling a conspiracy that is beyond their wildest fears.

    So, Ilona & Gordon just went and did it again. They pulled me under to this world and I don't want to re-emerge, ever.

    There were moments when I went cold (all the atrocities some people are committing) and then hot (OMG, Alessandro & his characterisation is perfect. I love what a dark horse and how morally ambiguous he is!), when I laughed out loud (the always adorable Baylor Family and their antics) and when I was sitting on the edge of my chair with excitement and anticipation.

    The Baylor Family dynamics is heart-warming and perfectly imperfect and the sexual chemistry between Catalina and Alessandro is delicious & sizzling. I loved their every scene.

    And until the next book comes out ... well.. I'll just start re-reading the whole series again.

    ARC provided by the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)

    Clear your calendars for release day, folks, because

    nails another book in the Hidden Legacy series, and it is just as addictive as the rest!

    I'm a superfan of

    , and I've loved each and every book in this series. I was beside myself when I found out that I got an ARC of

    , especially since I was in love with

    . Just totally

    . I tried to wait until closer to release day to

    Clear your calendars for release day, folks, because

    nails another book in the Hidden Legacy series, and it is just as addictive as the rest!

    I'm a superfan of

    , and I've loved each and every book in this series. I was beside myself when I found out that I got an ARC of

    , especially since I was in love with

    . Just totally

    . I tried to wait until closer to release day to read

    , but after a few

    books in a row, I knew I had to crack this one open.

    And I didn't go to bed until the very last word, just before 3 am.

    I loved getting to know Catalina, who is a bad-ass in her own right, and seeing more of the extraordinary Baylor family. I loved getting to know Alessandro, who is SO much more than meets the eye. I loved the pacing, the energy, and the non-stop action.

    The book isn't

    a romance, but those of you who are familiar with

    know how they operate. I know there will be more Hidden Legacy books coming with how this one left off, and I'm

    .

    can't write fast enough to suit me.

    *Copy provided in exchange for an honest review*

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  • Aisling Zena

    This was a delightful addition to the Baylor universe but it wasn't as perfect for me as the first three instalments.

    I think the problem here is the transitioning from Nevada to Catalina. Nevada was badass and exceptionally strong in the first three books whereas Catalina avoided all confrontations because of her power. She is a definite badass in the making though. I just felt she was way too caught up on how Alessandro looked at certain points. Too many mentions of how handsome

    This was a delightful addition to the Baylor universe but it wasn't as perfect for me as the first three instalments.

    I think the problem here is the transitioning from Nevada to Catalina. Nevada was badass and exceptionally strong in the first three books whereas Catalina avoided all confrontations because of her power. She is a definite badass in the making though. I just felt she was way too caught up on how Alessandro looked at certain points. Too many mentions of how handsome he is. And Alessandro was a bit of an asshole in my opinion. The plot was really intriguing as were all of Linus appearances. Overall I think this book set a good foundation for the next ones.

    I have some other minor issues, like the way Nevada quit being Head of the House. I feel like she wouldn't do that to her family but what do I know? She doesn't live in my head, she lives in the authors heads and they know her better that me.. I feel kinda disrespectful saying it but it's the way I feel.

    Other than that, I cannot wait to read the next one and see where the authors take Catalina and Linus.

    I would love a novel/novella with Bern and Runa, and Arabella and Leo and even Grandma Frida.

    Proper review to come as soon as I can.

    Just want to say I loved the magic and the powers and Catalina. Alessandro is no Mad Rogan but I liked him too. And man do I want Linus to marry Grandma Frida!!!!

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  • Corina

    The wait is OVER - it's LIVE

    4.5 stars

    As expected, the author wrote one fantastic first book about Catalina and Alessandro.

    The feelings, the action, the humor - Sapphire Flames had it all.

    And although Catalina's magic is more defense than offense, the action wasn't missing in the slightest. Catalina grew so much over the last three years, that's how much time went by since Nevada's wedding, and wow there were some pretty interesting changes happening during those years. Catalina really impressed

    The wait is OVER - it's LIVE

    4.5 stars

    As expected, the author wrote one fantastic first book about Catalina and Alessandro.

    The feelings, the action, the humor - Sapphire Flames had it all.

    And although Catalina's magic is more defense than offense, the action wasn't missing in the slightest. Catalina grew so much over the last three years, that's how much time went by since Nevada's wedding, and wow there were some pretty interesting changes happening during those years. Catalina really impressed me. I had an inkling that she would turn into a fascinating character, but I had no idea how kick-ass that girl would become. Strong, business savvy, with a spine of steel and not hesitant to make hard choices when needed - Catalina has become a woman not to be messed with. And consequently my kind of heroine.

    Alessandro on the other hand was as swoony as I remembered him. Not all was as it seemed. He had some interesting facts hidden behind his too gorgeous for his own good facade - and there is so much more I want to find out about him. He knew how to steamroll Catalina when needed. Supported her without question. Stood by her side without care for his own safety - all in all he was the perfect guy for her. And easily as awesome as Connor “Mad” Rogan, just a tad more realistic - lol. One word - yummilicious!!!

    I loved that the world was so familiar to me. The supporting characters were beloved. And their banter and personalities so dear to me. The intricate plots were as fascinating as ever. And a recurring character had me questioning everything I thought I knew.

    I can't wait to see how it all will end. I have so many questions.

    Overall, I didn't want Sapphire Flame to end. I wanted to read book 2 & 3 immediately. That's how awesome and addicting this story was. And I can guarantee that the next two books will be even more awesome. Because that's just how it goes with an Ilona Andrews series. They pull you in and never let you go.

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    If you haven't read this series yet, but you love a little magic, fantasy and PNR with your romance - you need to pick up the first trilogy. It's about the older sister - kick ass Nevada and her love interest Connor “Mad” Rogan.

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  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽

    4.25 stars. Full review first posted on

    :

    is the fourth novel in Ilona Andrews‘ HIDDEN LEGACY urban fantasy/romance series, in which powerful magical families control most of society. (Note: You really do have to start at the beginning of this series, with Burn for Me; each book builds on what came before.) Having wrapped up the romance of Nevada Baylor and Connor Rogan in the first three books in this series,

    and the interim novella that precede

    4.25 stars. Full review first posted on

    :

    is the fourth novel in Ilona Andrews‘ HIDDEN LEGACY urban fantasy/romance series, in which powerful magical families control most of society. (Note: You really do have to start at the beginning of this series, with Burn for Me; each book builds on what came before.) Having wrapped up the romance of Nevada Baylor and Connor Rogan in the first three books in this series,

    and the interim novella that precedes it,

    , shift the focus of the series to a new main character, Nevada’s younger sister Catalina Baylor, a so-called “siren” with powerful persuasive magic. (By the way, the reasons given for Nevada and Rogan being out of the picture ― out of the country, in fact ― and unavailable to help with the latest life-and-death crisis, are a stretch, but a necessary one for the sake of this novel and the series).

    Catalina’s ability to convince others to adore her and cooperate with her every request has always been a heavy burden for her: it’s a brainwashing type of power, and people affected by it love her beyond all reason after a few minutes in her presence, even to the point of wanting to crush her to pieces in an effort to get closer to her. As a result, Catalina was a terribly shy teen who avoided everyone outside of her family, the only ones who are unaffected by her power … aside from, inexplicably, the family doctor.

    At the end of

    Catalina came to the conclusion that she needed to step out of the shadows, and Nevada’s mother-in-law was happy to help.

    picks up three years later. Catalina is now 21 and the head of House Baylor and their private investigation business. A murder case drops into Catalina’s lap, involving the family of Runa Etterson, the delightful poison mage from

    . Runa’s mother and sister have been mysteriously murdered, and Catalina wants to take the case … even though a couple of major players CLEARLY warn her not to get involved (“Sometimes when you search the night, you’ll find monsters in the dark. You’re not ready”). Those warnings, of course, not only fail to deter Catalina, but only make her more determined.

    One of those who tries to warn Catalina off is her former teenage crush Alessandro Sagredo, an Italian young man with “Prime” magic: he can nullify others’ magical powers, and also has some particularly interesting if apparently unrelated powers involving weapons. Alessandro has his own interest in the Etterson murder case, and he and Catalina reluctantly (haha) team up when it becomes clear that neither is going to go away. Their investigation leads them to things like assassin firms and crazed people with warped magic. Good times!

    It’s fun to see Catalina step up her game … not just a notch or two, but some major leaps forward for our shy young woman. And, holy cow, Alessandro’s character is NOT what I expected given the brief glimpses we had of him in previous depths. Hidden depths, y’all. While their new aspects of their personalities did make the plot much more exciting, both Catalina and Alessandro are now much more standard urban fantasy characters, and less distinguishable from Nevada and Rogan. It’s different magical powers but the same basic formula. Hard to knock what works, though.

    On the other hand, Runa Etterson, the poison mage whose family was murdered, has almost the opposite problem: Her ebullient personality was a scene-stealer in

    , but in

    she’s a shadow of her former self, ruled by her anger and distress.

    It’s understandable in the circumstances, but I hope we’ll meet up with her again when she’s feeling more herself.

    is a solid entry in the HIDDEN LEGACY series, with the Andrews’ typically witty banter, imaginative magic, action-driven plot and (let’s not forget) hot romance. I got sucked into it the minute it hit my Kindle and finished it off in one day. It’ll be fun to see what happens next.

    ETA: Two fun snippets of deleted scenes from this book, from the Andrews’ blog:

    (Arabella POV story)

    (Sgt. Munoz scene)

  • ✘✘ Sarah ✘✘ (former Nefarious Breeder of Murderous Crustaceans)

    , because of my

    for this book, I find my little nefarious self writing this thing from the

    . My life has been naught but

    at the vicious hands of the

    barbarously ruthless

    for the past few weeks, and I would love nothing more than to

    escape from this

    post haste. It does

    not look good f

    , because of my

    for this book, I find my little nefarious self writing this thing from the

    . My life has been naught but

    at the vicious hands of the

    barbarously ruthless

    for the past few weeks, and I would love nothing more than to

    escape from this

    post haste. It does

    not look good for me,

    unfortunately, so I thought I might as well keep digging my own grave by exposing my

    about this story. Here goes and stuff.

    . YES Sapphire Flames is

    , BUT:

    .

    There, I said it. As much as it pains me to admit it, there are way too many situations/scenes/pieces of dialogues/whatever in Sapphire Flames that read like

    of situations/scenes/pieces of dialogues/whatever from the first three books in the series. I might not have minded this, had the leads been as

    as Nevada and

    my beloved husband, but they aren’t, so I did. Catalina comes across as a

    of her sister, and Alessandro’s

    is exasperating.

    Dealing with the Scourge of Mexico’s deliciously smug, 30-something ass is one thing, but having to put with a shallow, barely-out-of-his-teens lad’s

    is something else entirely. Which might perhaps maybe explain why I felt the urge

    whenever he made an appearance and stuff.

    .

    Because yes, I am one of those despicable

    crustacean beings who

    don’t like

    new adults

    . Granted, Catalina and Alessandro are

    compared to other

    I’ve come across

    , but they’re still too

    for my taste and stuff.

    Also, the whole

    was never my thing (comes with being a despicable crustacean and stuff). Yes,

    might maybe perhaps become a

    ten years from now, but right now she’s just a

    who’s learning the ropes, and that’s not something I’m interested in reading about, to be disgustingly honest. (Please feel free to sue me and stuff.)

    .

    [

    ]

    , there was romance in Nevada and Rogan’s books, but it was packed with

    ,

    , and enough

    to blow my Mariana Trench abode (and the murderous troops it is home to) to tiny little nefarious pieces. In Sapphire Flames, the

    storyline felt just too

    for me. Not to mention it felt

    . I just don’t understand what the attraction is. It seems to be nothing more than a

    , complete with

    (LaFSoDaO ™). Yes, I know that most of you

    (PoDBT ™) 💕 lurve 💕 that kind of

    stuff

    , but I don’t,

    .

    .

    This is totally

    . Absolutely

    . Completely

    . Properly

    . And a total

    , if you ask me. I demand an

    post haste and stuff.

    , now time to add a

    to my initial

    (which kinda negates the

    , if you think about it and stuff). So. No, I am not a fan of this story (as you might maybe perhaps have grasped from the previous paragraphs),

    :

    ① It was

    , which makes it instantly

    than 99% of the

    stuff out there. (That’s immutable law of the universe #1, just so you know.)

    : this is one of the bestest, mostest coolest and originalest

    that ever was and ever will be and stuff.

    .

    ② It features one of the

    in the history of mostest gloriousest cast of secondary characters: Grandma Frida, Leon, Bug, Augustine, Arabella, Runa, Matilda, Zeus, Cornelius and his Super Extra Yummy Menagerie (ZEYM™), Bern…They all

    , if you ask me.

    .

    (RyDIAS™): leaping

    who try to rip one’s hair out (yay!),

    , flying scorpion tricks,

    (woo hoo and stuff), lovely beasts and yummy creatures,

    , Celia (aka the cutest, friendliest chick ever), and last but not least,

    ,

    !

    (NLW™): the most

    IA

    shrimpgirl I am, and atone for my

    I shall. For all of eternity and beyond and stuff.

    I want to be

    when I grow up. You’re welcome.

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    Pretty sure I’m going

    for giving this book such an

    .

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    (YYYIKIRIVWIBTYHIAS™) review to come.

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    (HSS™) time!!!!!!!!!!!! And my future girlfriend (when she grows up a little and gets to be as ancient as I am)

    is in it!!!! I am not excited at all!!!!!!

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    from the book can be read

    . I am absolutely not excited about it whatsoever. Of course not. I ain't no slightly immature 13-year-old fangirl on crack, thank you very much.

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    to a bookstore near you it is. You'll just have to wait a WHOLE BLOODY STINKING YEAR for it, that is all. But hey, we had to wait THREE WHOLE BLOODY STINKING YEARS between Burn for Me and White Hot, so we can totally do this.

    .

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  • Em Lost In Books

    I didn't know how badly I was missing this world until I read this book. This was a very entertaining book but sadly I kept thinking about Nevada and Rogan. :| Cat was a shadow of Nevada and let's not compare Rogan and Alessandro. Ilona Andrews set very high bar with first trilogy and I think Cat and Alessandro has to work very hard to reach that level.

  • ☆★Tinja★✮ A Court of Pizza and Laziness

    What the HELL!!!!?!!!!!!

    WHAT THE HELLLLLLLL!!!!!?????@$%&*€£

    💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖

    *flips the fuck out*

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