In Kat Martin’s Against the Fire, one of the “no-account Raines boys,” Gabriel Raines has pulled himself out of poverty by his bootstraps to become a successful businessman—one who has become the target of revenge…
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.
“This steamy trilogy opener is an enjoyable mixture of tension and romance … make[s] the next books worth waiting for.” ─Publisher’s Weekly on Royal’s Bride
“REESE’S BRIDE captivates readers with characters who leap to life. … Ms. Martin’s talented storytelling makes the tale of murder and lost love a keeper.” ─Fresh Fiction on Reese’s Bride
“The final book in Martin’s Bride trilogy is just as delightful, sexy and steamy as the first two. This marriage-of-convenience plot is full of adventure, witty repartee and sizzling passion.”─RTBookreviews.com on Rule’s Bride
New York Times bestselling author Kat Martin is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara where she studied Anthropology and History. Currently residing with her Western-author husband, Larry Jay Martin, in Missoula, Montana, Kat has written over forty bestselling novels, including Historical, Romantic Suspense, and Contemporary. Over eleven million copies of her books are in print and her novels have been published in seventeen foreign countries. Among her many awards, Kat has won the prestigious RT Book Review Magazine Career Achievement Award.