Spark by Aleatha Romig

My Review:

Spark is Patrick Kelly’s story; we first met him back in Secrets, The Web of Sin Series. Patrick was the deliciously handsome driver who picked up Araneae McCrie and delivered her to his boss, Sterling Sparrow. It is all coming back to you? I pray that it does, after all, Secrets came out in 2018, seems like forever when Sterling Sparrow made his presence known. Patrick Kelly is Sterling’s right-hand man; he lives in the Sparrow ( bat) cave next to Sterling’s the Left-Hand man, Reid, the wizard behind the curtain. All three men met around the age of eighteen, enlisted and served together along with Mason, who found his way back to the pride. The four men have supported each other and made Chicago’s underground a little safer for children and homeless people. When Sterling Sparrow took over the organization, he needed people whom he could trust, and his most trusted allies are; Patrick, Reid, and Mason.
These men trained together, serve their country together, and remained true to each other, by building a bond based on shared experiences. They took what happened to them before their training and put it behind, only moving forward. So, yes, each one of them has past lives, somethings in their past remain there and some show up out of the blue.

As I finished this amazing story, the Song, Try by Pink came into my head, listen to the lyrics.
Where there is desire
There is gonna be a flame
Where is flame someone’s bound to get burn
Just because your burn doesn’t mean you’re gonna die
You gotta get up and try

Have you been Aleatha’d?

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