Miranda's dedication to seeing her best
friend's murderer standing to face justice and her knowledge
of historical statutes leads her to invoke an ancient law—one
that will spare Grady from immediate execution, provided he
And if she still can't stand the man as
much as she's persuaded herself she does, why does his touch
still make her tingle with a heat that's got nothing to do
with his pyrokinetic abilities?
Grady and Miranda have seven days to
solve a murder mystery and discover who really killed her best
friend. Should be a cinch for a legal expert on historical
litigations and a secret agent, right? Now if they could just
keep their minds on the case!
Grady and Miranda are like fire and ice
in Firestarter, complete opposites that
experience a seemingly irrational and magnetic attraction.
The chemistry between these unlikely mates is incredible, yet
they also manage to move past the baggage of their previous
falling out and discover that each has grown far more than the
other had believed possible.
Ms. Tribell has created a dynamic pair,
who’s past failures and hurts add depth and interest to the
circumstances under which they marry. I enjoyed discovering
the twists and turns of their relationship and the future in
which they live.