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Publisher's Summary

You can't fight what you can't see. And Gabriel Raines can't be sure just who's setting the fires in his new real-estate development. When two fires hit back-to-back, he knows it's personal, but any number of competitors or ex-employees could be the arsonist. The police suspect Angel Ramirez, a local teen who's been in trouble before. But Mattie Baker, a volunteer at the Family Abuse center, just can't believe the kid she's been working with would go back to his delinquent ways. Determined to convince Gabe that she's right, Mattie must get close to him and find out who's putting their neighborhood in jeopardy. And just as the arsonist's flames continue to burn, they find a heat developing between them. It might just turn into a full-fledged fire… if they can survive long enough.
©2011 Kat Martin (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
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By Char on 11-05-11

Great Audio!!!

Would you consider the audio edition of Against the Fire to be better than the print version?

Audio version always better then the print version because I seldom have time to just sit and read. The audio gives me freedom to do other things while I listen to a book.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Against the Fire?

I loved the background story about Sam and Tracy where Tracy finally trusts Sam not to hurt her.

What does Jack Garrett bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I loved what Jack brought to the story....he does the story very well.

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By Maryland Reader on 10-08-12

Wish I hadn't bothered with this one

I doubt I'll bother finishing this poorly written and ridiculously poorly read story. The characterization is shallow, the cliched descriptions never stop, and the misogynistic view is annoying at best and offensive at worst. What a waste of time and a credit.

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3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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