I love this author but I think this is the best book she has ever written. I felt as tho I was there. Thank you
Highly recommend if you like action, suspense and romance. Nora Roberts brings all three together incredibly in this book. Rebecca Lowen's narration makes you feel like you are reading it yourself. Nice work ladies!
This is in my top 5 for Ms Roberts. I love when I can learn something it didn't know along with a great read. From this point forward when I hear there is a forest fire burning out of control I will of this book
Read by Rebecca Lowman, 15 hours of listening. Chasing Fire is about exactly what you’d think, smoke jumpers. The lead character is the daughter of an industry legend, and takes after her father, i.e., smoke jumping is her calling. Woven into the plot is the requisite ruggedly handsome leading man, jealously, the sabotage of life-saving equipment, murder, and a myriad of colorful secondary characters. You may suspect several of the characters, but may also figure out this who-done-it long before the finale. Some terrific fire-battling/hair-raising scenes, typical Nora Roberts come-here-get-away-come here-get-away romance that is on occasion as steamy as the fires. Although I’m no expert in fire-fighting, there seemed to be nice research of equipment and procedure. It all came across as realistic smoke jumping, a career not for everybody.
This is my second listen of Rebecca Lowman, the first being a Sparks romance, Safe Haven. She’s good. Flirty and sexy when needed, with a credible delivery of a type A male.
I purchased Chasing Fire via an Audible Daily Deal, but if you’re a fan of Nora Roberts, it would be well worth a credit. Enjoy!
road (and plane) warrior
Not my favorite by Nora. . Story was a little slow to start but grabbed some interest as characters developed. A bit predictable.
Never to have written this book, it makes Nora Roberts appear to be a shitty writer
waste of time
Nora Roberts books are a guilty pleasure, sappy but I can't stop listening, but this one was no so good. It was too predictable and cheesy. It was my least favorite of her books that I have read (or listened to)