July 25, 2014

Fire Spell by T.A. Foster

 Ever since her trip to New Orleans, Ivy Grace’s life just hasn’t been the same. Her magic is stronger, her stories more popular than ever, but something is missing.After she opens a forgotten inheritance from her grandmother, she learns the key to who she is and who should have her heart is in Charleston. She travels to the romantic city in search of answers, only this time everything she cherishes is at stake. Can Ivy’s Time Spell answer all her questions or will it bring her and her family closer to danger?In a race against time Ivy does all she can to rid the world of the darkest evil and save the men she loves
 I have been following Ivy since the beginning I read T.A. Foster when she first started.
I was so anxious to read Fire Spell after Cover Spell came out I could not wait for this book.
I have even re read Time Spell and Cover Spell a few times to get my Ivy fix.
I love Ivy she is just such a wonderful character she is just a bundle of joy who you wish you could be. T.A. did not let me down with Ivy in this book at all. Fire Spell was one heck of a ride.
I knew Ivy was missing something since the begging ever since New Orleans something changed . In Cover spell the ending I was like "Wait just happened here.?" T.A. I was a little
irritated how you left it and I was really hoping Fire Spell would make me love you again.

When I opened Fire Spell I was super anxious and my anxiety was sky rocket.  You know a series where you cant help but love so much and you wait and wait and try and get any info you can on the next book.That is how I am with this series. I would say I am a little beyond obsessed with it. I even have a soundtrack in my head and a character cast all picked out.

Fire Spell is pretty much about Ivy finding a piece of a puzzle that has been missing in all
of this time. The other books you always get the vibe that there needs to be more.
Fire Spell made up for it like big time. Geez T.A. what the heck girl you had me panting for air while  I don't wanna give to much away if you have not read the other books. I am not one to give away a book i am not fond of spoilers. Tho lets start with Jack I don't know how I truly fill about Jack I just can imagine he is one good looking piece of eye candy. In this book she has to protect him,but when he wants to talk to Ivy she keeps blowing him off and I knew something was up so I kept thinking dammit Ivy please just listen to him for 5 minutes. UGH it was frustrating!!  I was like WTF when he finally told her what he had to say!

Then there is Finn oh Finn, Finn what would I do with out you in this book. I know exactly
how I fell about him I love him yes every part of me loves him .
He is like so perfect in every way! Finn you are the cream in my oreos the best part!
What I could do if Finn was real and I was single

Ivy she casts time spells you like to travel in time its pretty awesome. I totally wish I could have that power than again I don't think I would want it. I always wonder if T.A wants a power like that. This book has some crazy stuff in it like what the heck I did not see that coming at all.
I loved it every single bit of it. I hope there is another book well there better be.

I do have one comment on this is that Holly should not be with Mike
to understand what I mean you have to read it and come tell me what you think!!
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T.A. Foster
T.A. Foster is a Southern girl whose heart and spirit are connected to the beach. She grew up catching rays and chasing waves along the North Carolina Outer Banks and now resides in the state with her adventurous pilot husband, two children and two canine kiddos.
Her long love affair with books started at an early age and as soon as she was able, she transformed imaginative stories into words on paper. Time Spell is T.A.'s debut novel, and the first in a series about a very adventurous, clever, and magical girl named Ivy.
T.A. has an undergraduate degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a graduate degree in Educational Psychology from Texas A&M University. When she's not chasing her two-legged and four-legged children or trying to escape for date night, you can find her reading, writing or planning her next beach trip.