Incite (Ignite #2)

incite

By: Erica Crouch

Genre: Fiction, Fantasy, Young Adult, Romance

Review: Pen and Michael have chosen a life separate from heaven and hell and now there’s a bounty on their heads. Both angels and demons are hunting them and Azael is leading hell.

Incite is written in first person alternating between Pen and Azael. Crouch takes opportunity to add the depth to the characters and content that was lacking in the first book, Ignite. The added stress of leadership on Azael gives him more of a real personality and Michael’s weakness forces Pen to stand a little stronger. I really enjoyed the new Azael, Lilith, and Kala, the foul-mouthed angel. However, the author does a disservice to the story by making this a series and drawing it out with far too much filler.

Book three, Infinite, next

3 wings


About the Author:

crouchErica Crouch is a young adult and new adult author from Baltimore, Maryland. She has a strange blended aesthetic of cute and spooky, and her books reflect her ever changing mood. (You may find romance, you may find gore — sometimes both in the same book, but probably not at the same time. Probably.)

Erica is the cofounder of Patchwork Press — an indie publishing collective that produces middle grade, young adult, and new adult titles in all genres — and Weapenry — a resource for writers. She is the head of editorial services and design, with over fifty projects to her name.

(From Amazon)

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Where to find your copy: Amazon    Barnes & Noble


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ignite          infinite          dead girl          mercy          muse

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