Only THREE more days until Smolder releases! The preorder is already live, so you you can grab it here.
I can’t wait for you guys to read this second book in the Ignite trilogy. These three men are so special…so damaged and brave and vulnerable.
The Story of Ignite
If you haven’t read Ignite yet, the first book, this is the perfect timing. In Ignite, we meet three men who are locked up in camp for being gay: Austin, Mack, and Tan. Austin is the tough quarterback who got betrayed by his boyfriend, Mack is the innocent guy whose own parents reported him, and Tan is just doing whatever he needs to to even stay alive.
When a meteor shower throws the camp into chaos, they escape. Those meteors turn out to be an alien invasion, so now they have to stay alive from now only their own government, but from aliens as well. While on the run, hiking through rural Wyoming, they get to know each other…and slowly become more than friends.
Ignite is a perfect mix of a slow burn MMM romance wrapped in an action-packed survival story. Expect high-adrenaline scenes with vulnerable conversations, a slow burn romance that will make your heart melt, and world building that will keep you captivated.
In Smolder, Austin, Mack, and Tan have found a safe spot at the deserted farm. They have food and shelter, but what will the cost be of defending their little slice of heaven?
Unexpected visitors keep showing up, and it becomes harder and harder to tell friends from enemies…and the line between right and wrong becomes more and more blurred.
They grow closer and closer, finding comfort with each other, but when disaster strikes and threatens what has blossomed between them, will they find a way through this?
While the world around them burns, all they have are each other.
Expect more heart-stopping scenes, more heat, more problems…and more spider bots.
Give it a Chance
I know this series is a little different from what I usually write, but I hope you’ll give it a chance. I’m always happy when readers message me to tell me that they waited to read it but once they did, they absolutely loved it. Just so you know: it has 75 reviews right now, all four and five stars. That should tell you how much readers love this book.
Just check out this recent review on Ignite:
“Normally don’t like dystopian books, but I adored Ignite. I think what makes it so enjoyable is how Nora Phoenix never allows us to give up hope. These young men are survivors and they will survive somehow. The relationship between all three of them is a complex and dynamic thing that takes it time to bloom, but it’s so satisfying to see. I can feel the love and trust they have for each other through the pages. Plus the plot just sucked me into the story and I didn’t want to stop reading.”
I hope you’ll end up loving this series and these men as much as I do!