Image of Dancing With Fire


Image of Dancing With Fire

Kearney's story starts with smooth action
and keeps moving. The hero and heroine are great together, and the secondary characters are satisfactorily integrated -- their lives and romances well plotted and fleshed out. The ending is excellent.

When her mother died, Kaylee gave up a chance at Broadway to take care of her younger sisters. Now the death of her father in a suspicious lab explosion has the 24-year-old once again putting her life on hold.

When someone rips apart their home looking for the bio-diesel formula her father was working on and threatens her sisters, Kaylee turns to her father's young business partner, Sawyer Scott, for help. But even moving to Sawyer's grandmother's house doesn't fool the villains. The kidnapping of Kaylee's youngest sister puts Sawyer and Kaylee in peril, with rescue coming from an amazing source. (Tor, Jul., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley