Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Review: Fire is Nice by Rolynn Anderson

Fire is NiceFire is Nice by Rolynn Anderson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Law Enforcement (LE) Ranger Carter Glass is happy working solo in his computer cave in Sequoia National Park when an unwanted partner is thrust upon him. FBI Special Agent Sable Chisholm is equally annoyed with being reassigned as an LE Ranger in Sequoia National Park to investigate ancient bone thefts—with truffles on the side.

When Sable arrives with her pet donkey named Wheezer and a pig named Chops and takes occupancy of a nearby cabin, Carter takes cover, preferring the company of his computers to the attractive, extremely direct woman. Sable thinks Carter could be a decent partner—if he’d come out of his cave.

Forced to work together to investigate an attack on a park ranger in addition to the ongoing thefts of national treasures, Sable and Carter come to an uneasy truce. But can this truce grow into something more than a partnership? You must read this fast-paced, well-researched, suspense story to find out. I give it 5 Pig Snorts, 5 Donkey Brays, and 5 Stars!

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