Forged in Ember (Red-Hot SEALs, #4) by Trish McCallan

Forged in Ember (Red-Hot SEALs, #4)

In the final novel in the scorching Red-Hot SEALs series, a desperate mother and a Navy SEAL fight fire with fire to protect their love and save the world…Amy Chastain has made a lot of enemies—none so ruthless as the insanely powerful New Ruling Order (NRO). When they killed her husband, it was hell. Then they targeted her children by injecting them with a dangerous, experimental isotope. Now Amy trusts only one man to help her: the ex-comma...


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TitleForged in Ember (Red-Hot SEALs, #4)
Author
Release DateMay 15th, 2018
PublisherMontlake Romance
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, Romantic Suspense, Fantasy, Paranormal, War, Military Fiction, Contemporary
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Reviews Forged in Ember (Red-Hot SEALs, #4)

  • ♥Rachel♥
    1970-01-01
    3.5 StarsForged in Ember was a thrilling conclusion to the Red-Hot SEALs series! A series full of danger, action, suspense and characters I’ve grown to love and care about. I have been looking forward to Mac and Amy’s romance since we’ve been building toward it for quite sometime now, and it did not disappoint. Mac, SEAL Team’s leader has been an abrasive, foul-mouth character throughout the series, so I was pleased to get his softer side...
  • Christie«SHBBblogger»
    1970-01-01
    Title: Forged in EmberSeries: Red-Hot SEALs #4Author: Trish McCallanRelease date: May 15, 2018Cliffhanger: NoHEA(view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)]Forged in Ember is the final installment of the series, one that's been seven years in coming. I don't mind long intervals between books in a series. Not saying I don't feel impatient, but there will never be a time I complain that an author takes their time to craft a quality story. The overarching ac...
  • Celestine
    1970-01-01
    Disappointed. I had such hopes for a satisfactory, mature romance between Mac and Amy. Especially after such a long wait. This is billed as the series ender, but there is a clear setup for a spin-off series involving Wolf and Jillian and one remaining villain. The epilogue is nice, involving all the couples from other books in the series. Book one remains my fav. My satisfaction was blocked by Amy's strange non-grieving, and all the emotional bag...
  • Anita
    1970-01-01
    Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review.***WARNING*** Do not read this book unless you have read the other books in this series first. This is not a standalone. This review contains spoilers if you haven't read the other books.But, if you have read the other books then you know that the New Ruling Order (NRO) mean business and will not stop until they are stopped. Thi...
  • Dísir
    1970-01-01
    Driven by hate, Amy Chastain seeks vengeance for her children who have been used as scientific subjects. She’s not the only one part of the collateral damage when a flight was hijacked months ago, though that critical event has made it obvious that there are bigger things at play. Smack in the middle of the instability are new bonds that are made (though not without much friction in the process) and with a revelation of a Dan-Brown-type conspi...
  • Alison
    1970-01-01
    I think this is kind of a Marmite series, you either love it or hate it. On paper I should hate it, and yet its weirdness works for me.The series follows a team of Navy SEALs (Team seven) who have got accidentally involved in a secret cartel's deadly agenda to rid the earth of 90% of its population - the cartel call themselves the NRO or New Ruling Order. Made up of a group of eight super-wealthy men and one woman the NRO have subverted high rank...
  • Alisa
    1970-01-01
    I really liked the first two books in this series and the two novellas. The last one wasn't as good for me and unfortunately I liked this one even less. The suspense part was wrapped up fine (although there was an awful lot going on) but the romance was really lacking imo. I really wanted to epic romance moments for Mac and Amy with all Amy had been through. We didn't get that at all. They're only together in a small percentage of the book.The ep...
  •  Reading In Pajamas
    1970-01-01
    Review: FORGED IN EMBER (A Red-Hot SEALS Novel) by Trish McCallan https://wp.me/p3d0RZ-aJaPublication Date: May 15, 2018Genre: Romantic Suspense Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ DonnaRated: 4.5 StarsThis novel had non-stop action bombarding the team and their families. At times it seemed a bit too desperate, full of anxiety and sadness as they combatted the crippling attacks from the NRO. That made the romance between Mac and Amy seem sporadic an...
  • Book Him Danno
    1970-01-01
    I didn't know this was part of a series not to mention the last book in the series. To say I was lost is an understatement. The author catches readers up fast however that will still have new readers scratching their heads.Putting the aside the story left me wonder and scratching my head many times. Amy just lost her husband and she is attracted to the seal team leader Jace "Mac" Mackenzie. The Characters are developed enough. The over the top st...
  • Darcy
    1970-01-01
    It'd been a while since a book came out in this series and I had to do a quick review of the past books. I thought that this one wrapped things up in a good way. I liked that the bad guys were defeated and in a great way. Liked the romance between Mac and Amy. I loved how gentle Mac was with Amy, that he knew she would have triggers and did things to put Amy at east. Mac was also great with Amy's boys and there for her when the boys were in peril...
  • Lindap
    1970-01-01
    4 StarsIt took a bit to get back into this story and become familiar with the characters. Forged in Ember is the finale of the Red-Hot SEALs series. It felt right to wrap it all up in this book. Amy went through a lot throughout the storyline and finding a cure for her boys was her priority. I never felt I really got to know Mac, his character didn't really grow on me. However, it worked for Amy! Was glad to see the NRO was taken care of, but you...
  • Dione
    1970-01-01
    Forged in Ember is the fourth book in this series and Trish McCallan has hit it out of the park again. This book features Amy Chastain and LT Jace "Mac" Mackenzie. Amy has been through a horrible amount of pain and heartache at the hands of New Ruling Order maniacs. It is up to the SEAL team and the Shadow team to save the world from the NRO fanatics. Filled with intrigue, teamwork, and mysterious powers, this book fills all the blanks for a fant...
  • Joanne
    1970-01-01
    Wow great book I absolutely loved this series. In a way I’m sad this part is over. The conclusion to the dramatic events of previous books was perfectly ended with Mac and Amy’s story. I’m so looking forward to reading the next spin off series from Ms McCallan. Highly recommend this book and series
  • Heather
    1970-01-01
    I mistakenly thought this could be read as a stand alone...it definitely cannot.DNF 10% having not read any of the previous books I was completely lost.
  • Kat Wes
    1970-01-01
    Wow!What an ending to this phenomenal series! I can honestly say I am very sad to see this series end! These characters have so much heart and soul that I truly hope Trish writes a Shadow Mountain series and gives us peeks at these couples so we can keep up with them. I loved every word of these 4 books!
  • LettyT
    1970-01-01
    Saving the the best for last isn't even an enough of a statement for this book. This book was the absolute best in the series and trust me, I LOVED all the books, especially book one, Forged in Fire. I honestly couldn't put this book down once I picked it up! I've been waiting for this book and it did not disappoint in the least. Jace "Mac" Mackenzie and Amy Chastain were truly a dynamic duo. This book has all the drama, action, adventure and mys...
  • J.S. Crimson
    1970-01-01
    When is the book being realeased? I've been waiting on pins and needles. Can anyone give me update?
  • Danielle Gypsy Soul
    1970-01-01
    2.5 Stars. Honestly, I wanted so much more from this final book in the series. I struggled through aspects of this book and it just wasn't near as good as the previous books in the series. Honestly, I had forgotten a lot of the previous books since it's been a long time since I read the earlier books. I think the author did a good job either reminding or catching up the reader to what had happened. My biggest issue was with the romance and well q...
  • Kelly
    1970-01-01
    A can't-miss conclusion to the seriesBook 4 in the Red-Hot SEALs, this is NOT a standalone but the conclusion to a storyline that stretches over all 4 books. Each book does focus on a different couple and the previous books end on a HFN for those couples.I love stories about military types like SEALs. As a fantasy lover, I also love when the stories mix in what I call mysticism--like when the guys have a sixth sense about danger--and there's more...
  • Jessica
    1970-01-01
    This was an incredibly long conclusion to a series. I did enjoy it for the most part but a lot of it was just filled with different pov’s that felt unnecessary and dragged for too long. I didn’t care for the bad guy’s pov or Wolf or anyone else who wasn’t a main character. This was like two books in one and while that seems like a great idea at first, it gets overwhelming with rotating from one person to another when there’s multiple po...
  • Zita
    1970-01-01
    An exciting, and action-packed last book…This is the fourth and final book in the Red-Hot SEALs series that can be read as a stand-alone. There’s an involved underlying storyline that carries across the series but the author provides a good recap and a list of the many characters.The New Ruling Order killed Amy Chastain’s husband six months ago, he was an FBI agent investigating the group. Along with her two sons she’d been kidnapped and ...
  • Chapman Family
    1970-01-01
    As everyone I have been waiting years to read the end of the Forged Series. Mac and Amy were my least favorite characters and by the time the book (Audible) came out I just wanted to close up the ST7 Chapter. As someone who has spent the majority of her post graduate years reading romance novels I only started reading temporary military romances in the last 3. This last installment reminded me that I should spend my time on thrillers and mysterie...
  • Stephanie Taylor
    1970-01-01
    Forged in Ember by Trish McCallan is book 4 (and I believe the final book) in the Red-Hot SEALs series. While some elements of the mystery are connected throughout the series, they can be read as standalone books. But you lose a lot of the backstory and a bit of the drama and mystery if you don’t read the first 3 books. Personally, I don’t think you’d be disappointed in any of them. All 4 books are free in Kindle Unlimited but definitely NO...
  • Candice
    1970-01-01
    I was definitely anxiously awaiting the final book in this series as they each built upon one another especially the couple in this book. We are introduced to them in the very first book Forged in Fire. The constant fighting of their chemistry and especially Mac trying to push it way led to a desire to finally see them happy as well as an ending to the controversy that builds throughout the books. I enjoyed finally getting to find out what happen...
  • Miriam Kreider
    1970-01-01
    It feels like I have been waiting forever for Forged in Ember to be released, but it was worth the wait. You can probably read it as a stand-alone, however I’d recommend reading the first 3 before it to truly understand the characters, storyline, etc. This book is centered around Amy and Mac. I love how their characters have evolved through the series. Amy has had to endure so much as a woman and mother. I like how strong and determined she is....
  • Cris
    1970-01-01
    I have to admit that the main reason I jumped on FORGED IN EMBER, the long-delayed conclusion to Trish McCallan’s four-book Red-Hot SEALs series (weren’t we originally supposed to have the whole series by 2012 or 2013, considering the first book was published in 2011??), when it came up for review on NetGalley was because it was on the homepage and seeing it reminded me that I was pretty sure I’d enjoyed the series up to that point. I’m a...
  • Lisa Gibbs
    1970-01-01
    The was the final installment of the Red-hot Seals series. This was Mac and Amy's story. Mac seems so crabby and ill-tempered but underneath I think he is just insecure and not very trusting of women. He had a lousy mother and an ex-wife who cheated on him and one more bad relationship. It made him who he is. Amy is a widower with two children who are dying. She hasn't had the time to process everything that she has lost because her children are ...
  • Mari
    1970-01-01
    4.5 ***I thought this book was very good. I can't believe the series has ended. I loved the action and the resolution with the NRO. Eric Manheim and his fellow megalomaniacs finally got what was coming to them. I think the romance between Mac and Amy was a bit rushed in favor of the action and finding a cure for her sons. That was fine with me. Mac was never my favorite character and I'm surprised Amy stuck with him. I didn't feel like Mac got pa...
  • Allena
    1970-01-01
    World domination, mystical healings, pulse pounding storyline, and too many what the hell moments to count. A definite five star read the will take you on a roller coaster ride of ups and downs that is worth every minute of your time. I have read and reread the Red Hot Seals series too many times to count; this long awaited book four has me dancing with joy. Commander Jace (MAC) Mackenzie is one of my favorite woman hating characters of all time....