Series: Spark House #1
September 21, 2021
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I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
If there is anything you can count on when you pick up a book by Helena Hunting is that you will go through all of the feels. And when I say all of the feels, I mean ALL. OF. FEELS.
When Sparks Fly is no exception. Be prepared for an emotional rollercoaster. You will laugh, cry, get mad and swoon all before you reach the end.
Helena’s story-telling gave me no choice but to be invested in Avery and Declan and rooting for them. I’ll be honest in that there were some slow parts but I was still glued to the book and could not put it down until the end.
Now, I can admit.. and don’t come at me on this… but… I’m not really into the friends to lovers trope. I like them alright… but I always enjoy experiencing the characters meeting for the first time. I can sometimes feel like I’m missing part of their relationship if they already know one another before the story begins.
I did NOT feel that way at all with When Sparks Fly. I think Helena has converted me over to being a fan of friends to lovers. I did not for a second feel like I had missed anything about Avery and Declan’s relationship. Helena had me so very much invested in both characters the entire time.