In this #1 New York Times bestseller, Nora Roberts delves into the world of elite firefighters who thrive on danger and adrenaline—men and women who wouldn’t know how to live life if it wasn’t on the edge.
Little else in life is as dangerous as fire jumping. But there’s also little else as thrilling—at least to Rowan Tripp. Being a Missoula smoke jumper is in Rowan’s blood: her father is a legend in the field. At this point, returning to the wilds of Montana for the season feels like coming home—even with reminders of the partner she lost last season still lingering in the air.
One of the best of this year’s rookie crop, Gulliver Curry is a walking contradiction, a hotshot firefighter with a big vocabulary and a winter job at a kids’ arcade. And though Rowan, as a rule, doesn’t hook up with other smoke jumpers, Gull is convinced he can change her mind...
But everything is thrown off balance when a dark presence lashes out against Rowan, looking to blame someone for last year’s tragedy. Rowan knows she can’t complicate things with Gull—any distractions in the air or on the ground could be lethal. But if she doesn’t find someone she can lean on when the heat gets intense, her life may go down in flames.
Download and start listening now!
"Chasing Fire is my favorite Nora Roberts book so far. It is face-paced (as they all are), well-organized, believable, interesting, educational. I almost gave it a four because it has some of the same flaws the other books have, but I was too interested in what was going on to stoop to a four. Rowan Trip is a veteran Smoke Jumper, and her father, Iron Man Tripp, is a legend in his own lifetime. Fighting fires is dangerous, exhausting and dirty work, but when murders and sabotage occur, Rowan and the rookie Gulliver and their team find themselves fighting danger on two fronts, and lives are threatened and lost. Exciting. It's still a romance on two fronts, when Ella gets a gift of a parachute jump for her birthday. The main characters are a little too good to believe. But still, I liked it."
Mary (5 out of 5 stars)