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Summary

Two of Noah’s army buddies are dead.

Someone has taken shots at Noah.

And now, Noah’s former lover, JB, is a target.

Noah, Rowe, and JB team up to track down a killer trying to take out all of Noah’s old army team in hopes of covering up a dark secret.

But this trip to Washington, DC, threatens to unravel the perfect life that Rowe and Noah have built over the past three years. JB’s arrival in their lives have Rowe and Noah wondering if they want the same thing for their happily ever after.

Rowe is sure of one thing - nobody threatens his man. And he sets out to show anyone with a hidden agenda what a bad decision that was.

©2019 Drake and Elliott Publishing LLC (P)2020 Drake and Elliott Publishing LLC

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Awestruck!

Yet again another masterpiece by the duo Jocelyn and Rinda - I was so pleased when this audiobook was released (thank you Jocelyn for the dates heads up), it certainly didn’t disappoint. I absolutely love this series of audiobooks, I have every single one and hope that there is still lots more to come! Just starting the ‘Ward Series’ spin-off as I’m sure that won’t disappoint either. Thank you both for creating such a great series, and even when the characters reflect on past incidences, it’s great that you actually feel a part of it and remember the reminiscing that the characters have from time to time, especially when it’s Rowe orientated! A big THANK YOU and keep writing more Great stories in the series! 🙇‍♀️

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Rowe and Noah

It's Rowe and Noah's time to be confronted with their pasts. For Noah it comes in the form of his ex lover JB and a threat from his time in the army. For Rowe it comes in the form of his scare to loose Noah. They both know they are it for eachother and forever. But what will the other one do and say if the one you so desperately love doesn't want to get married and have kids. As it happens with this family, people need to be killed and buildings to be blown up before they have the courage to do the talk. Another fantastic book in this series and amazingly narrated by Kenneth Obi. He can do all the right voices at the right time with the exact emotions.

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The story and characters are engaging and the narrator has very distinctive voices for each character, always a plus for me.

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  • 15-07-20

Ro and Noah blasting stuff up again!

Story: Pure Noah and Ro perfection! There is plenty of action to make the story totaly captivating, with enough relationship drama to make you want to hug them both... right after smacking the upside the heads. I really liked this story a lot and it adds a lot to both MCs' charm. Narration: Brilliant voice for a brilliant story.

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  • Kimberly Kniaz
  • 15-07-20

Ignite

Omg this audio book was absolutely positively amazing. I would highly recommend this audio book.

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  • 27-04-20

Noah and Ro are back

I was so happy to return to Rowan and Noah, but these poor guys can't catch a break. Just like the other books in the series, Kenneth Obi brought his A game. This was very enjoyable. You can't go wrong with a book that has suspense, humor, and possessive sexy times ;).

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  • tyrone aguillard jr.
  • 26-04-20

I Love Kenneth 's delivery. Every time!!!

I never get bored with the writing and the narration. Love the characters! I would love a little more African American and Spanish characters!!!! Yes, Andre and Jude gives some diversity! Still, there is room for more!

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  • Annika
  • 19-08-20

So good!

Ignite marks the 7th book of this series and it’s been quite a journey to get there. It’s been dangerous, funny and filled with love and friendships, but also loss and sorrow. This time we are back with Noah and Rowe and they were happily living their lives until someone took a shot at Noah. Writing it off as a random drive-by, they don’t worry too much about it. That is, until JB, an old friend and lover from Noah’s past calls to inform them that someone was killing off their old unit and JB and Noah were next on the list. The three of them team up to investigate and find out who and why someone was trying to kill them. It wasn’t a friction-less team-up with between the three of them with JB and Noah being former lovers and Rowe’s jealous side coming out to play at times. I kind of liked seeing it for a few reasons though. It was never about Rowe not trusting Noah or what they had together, nor was it about causing drama. Because it never turned into any drama, no – what I loved about it was those illogical and messy emotions that we humans have despite knowing there is no foundation for them. It showed us that Rowe too was human. As for JB I really ended up liking him and hope he too will find someone to love who loves him back, but I’m guessing that’s not going to happen in this series. Still he deserves his HEA. I really enjoyed this story. It wasn’t as “big” as many of the previous ones have been and I appreciated that a lot. Now I’m not saying that it wasn’t as explosive and filled with action, firefights and car chases, because there were plenty of that – and plenty of bad guys. It’s intense, at times emotional and even funny. It has you on the edge of your seat – gripping the “oh-shit-handle” with both hands trying to hang on for dear life. And you’ll have a blast doing it. Listening to Ignite was a little bittersweet. On the one hand I’m so happy that Kenneth Obi narrated it, it wouldn’t have been the same had it been narrated by someone else. At the same time it also marks an ending of sorts, knowing that there most likely won’t be many more books released by him. So I spent the afternoon basking in his narration, savouring it and just having a great and thrilling time. He was without a doubt a greatly talented voice actor and will be missed. A copy of this book was generously provided by the authors in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes.