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A vacation out of the city sounds like just the ticket for Tori Hunter and Sam Kennedy. Joining their Dallas Police Department pals Casey O’Connor and Leslie Tucker in a rented RV, they set out for the New Mexico mountains—and on a collision course with a manhunt.FBI agents Cameron Ross and Andrea Sullivan are tracking a deadly quarry in desolate territory. An ex-teammateA vacation out of the city sounds like just the ticket for Tori Hunter and Sam Kennedy. Joining their Dallas Police Department pals Casey O’Connor and Leslie Tucker in a rented RV, they set out for the New Mexico mountains—and on a collision course with a manhunt.FBI agents Cameron Ross and Andrea Sullivan are tracking a deadly quarry in desolate territory. An ex-teammate from Cameron’s Special-Ops days is in deep hiding, planning who-knows-what to cap off a killing spree. With a hostage at stake and time running out, Cameron reluctantly agrees to outside help from women she doesn’t know…or trust.In the crossover that fans have been clamoring for, it’s a heart-pounding race against time that challenges the courage and commitment of the exceptional women from Gerri Hill’s Hunter’s Way and Devil’s Rock Series.Best-Selling Author Gerri Hill“Superb Story Telling Magic!”...

Title : Angel Fire
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ISBN : 9781594934292
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Number of Pages : 288 Pages
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Angel Fire Reviews

  • Lex Kent
    2019-01-21 01:21

    3 1/2 Stars. I am a huge fan of Hill's characters Andrea and Cameron, so I absolutely wanted to read this book. Unfortunately, it is no where near as good as her other books with these characters. I did still enjoy it and was happy to read more about Andrea and Cameron. This book also had Hill's other famous characters, Tori and Sam. What was funny about this book is you got to see how similar Tori Hunter and Cameron Ross really are. I liked the premise of two likeable couples working together. I just think where this book failed a bit was the crime/criminal aspect. It didn't have that heart pumping thriller aspect you are used to in Hill's other books with these same characters. It did still have that comfortable coming home feeling, and while I think this may be the last we get with these characters, I would read another book with Hunter or Ross in it, in a second. If you are interested in this book I would recommend reading Devil's Rock and Hell's Highway first, for Cameron's and Andrea's backstory (these books are fantastic). And I would also recommend reading at least Hunter's Way for Tori and Sam's main backstory.

  • Milkiways
    2019-01-09 03:17

    This book is exclusively for the fans of characters from the previous book. I felt like, the characters are too crowded but I can see the well thought intention of the writer brining all the characters together for the fans! The plot wasn't really smart, nothing new... however, it is very well written as you expected of the writer! She didn't disappointed in that regard! If you are devoted reader of Gerri Hill (I assume most of you are) then, go for it if not I wouldn't recommend you to take the risk especially if you haven't read the previous books.

  • Serena
    2019-01-03 00:07

    I'm sad to say that this is the first book that I've read by Gerri Hill that I'm really disappointed about.I had high hopes, because Tori and Sam are one of my all time favorite lesbian couples.But then again I should have seen it coming. I mean getting three couples, two different books, in one. That is not easy. There was no romance, it was purely a cop story. And even that aspect didn't really pull me in.I don't think the crime story was a very good one.Only one upside for me I guess. I got to enjoy these great characters that Miss hill created, once more.I guess if u are a fan of Tori/Sam and Cameron/Andrea, u still should give it a shot, maybe I was too critical.

  • Jem
    2019-01-01 06:20

    Average Gerri Hill thriller. Probably the only ones who will want to pick this up are fans of the author's Hunter Series and Devil's Rock series. But only if you are a diehard fan of either series as we get more of the leads. The main problem is the 'more' doesn't add anything to the character development. Except for the case they're handling, not much else goes on...unless you count (view spoiler)[planning a return to an old job (Tori) and planning for retirement (Cameron) as character development. :)(hide spoiler)]. An unintended consequence of throwing all these pairs together (there is a 3rd--Casey/Leslie, but in minor roles only) shows just how closely they all hew to the traditional butch/femme dynamic, resulting in very similar and almost cookie-cutter leads. The femmes Sam and Andrea might as well be interchangeable here. And there are running jokes throughout about how alike Tori and Cameron are. I suppose after 20+ books in the same genre, it's hard not to repeat oneself. 3.5 stars

  • Sarah
    2019-01-19 22:14

    This is the 4th novel in Gerri Hill's "Hunter's Way" series with favorite characters Hunter and Sam and is also the crossover fans have been waiting for with Cameron Ross and Andrea Sullivan from her "Devil's Rock" series. The start of the book finds Tori Hunter and Sam Kennedy on a long deserved vacation in New Mexico with Casey and Leslie. The two couples rented an RV and are camped out in a quiet state park. Unfortunately, things don't stay quiet for long when a park ranger asks for their help with a potentially dangerous situation. Enter Cameron and Andi who are on the trail of a lethal sniper Cameron worked with back in her Special Ops days. Can the strong-willed Cameron and Hunter learn to work together to save his hostage?So this is another review in which I'll say, if you haven't read the previous books, please start there. You could read this novel as a stand alone but the interaction between the characters would not entirely make sense and would not be as satisfying. Each series had a few books before this one and are all good reads worth the time, especially if you are a fan of crime stories with serial killers and attractive lesbian cops and federal agents. In the Hunter series are Hunters Way, In the Name of the Father and Partners. In the Ross & Sullivan series are Devil's Rock and Hell's Highway.In regards to this latest entry in the series, I enjoyed the story itself. I found myself having compassion for the antagonist and could understand why Sam experienced her conflicting feelings towards him. Not everything in life is black and white; many times we live in the gray. The story, though, was not why I was so excited about the book. You just knew that Hunter and Ross were going to butt heads when they met up. As much as neither wanted to admit it, they are so much alike: obstinate, strong-willed and generally morose. And on the opposite end are Sam and Andi, the two women who reign them in and make them able to interact with others without causing major conflict. The dialogue between Tori and Cameron was funny and exactly what I expected.The only disappointment I had was that after the beginning of the story, Casey and Leslie are gone. They have been a big part of the Hunter series and I especially enjoy Casey. I wish there had been more of them in the plot. The end of the book kind of had me wondering if this is the end of each series or if Gerri Hill plans on more novels featuring these characters. I, of course, hope it is the latter.

  • Aimee Hill
    2019-01-24 03:17

    I really wish there would have been more to the story, as with many Gerri Hill novels chapters can be very short, in this case with as many characters and as hectic of a plot I feel an expansion would be nice, as to avoid any holes or spots that can leave you wanting more. Then again maybe I just want as much from these characters as possible.

  • M
    2019-01-12 23:08

    Good author, poor book. Really struggled with this one as I have enjoyed the others in both series. Pity.

  • Velvet Lounger
    2019-01-03 05:08

    Gerri Hill has taken the Hunter series (Hunters Way, In the Name of the Father, Partners) and added in Sullivan and Ross from Devils Rock and Hell’s Highway. What could possibly go wrong? Well apart from the fact that once again it is poor Sam who is abducted and Tori is fit to be tied, putting Tori Hunter and Cameron Ross in the same state seems like an incendiary idea.Sure enough Hunter and Ross are so alike they hate each other on sight. Both used to being top dog, both used to doing things their own way, it is only the calming influence of Andrea Sullivan that gets them through the hunt for ex-special-ops sniper Angel. The combination of characters, couples and skills is a great fun read and Gerri Hill fans will be overjoyed. At the same time it works as a stand alone, and late-comers should not be put off if they haven’t read the series, though they will no doubt want to correct their mistake within the first few pages.This is a great action adventure. A humorous poke at butch fire lighting skills leads to a horrendous scene of carnage, a chase across the New Mexico mountains and from there to murder and mayhem as Angel leads our heroines, and the local PD, on a dance of death. More twists and turns than Houdini will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.Gerri Hill writes good books. The plots are solid and well planned. The characters have depth and integrity. The relationships are realistic and recognizable. These are women we would like to know and, while she does specialize in the tough stand-offish butch being softened by the more womanly femme, Ms Hill finds enough variety of type and situation to keep us interested.Combining the Hunter and Devils Rock series leads to all sorts of possibilities for the future and will no doubt keep her many fans clamoring for more. Whether combined or separate Gerri Hill will no doubt keep us entertained whatever she comes up with next.

  • D. Leigh
    2019-01-12 00:24

    Another winner by Gerri Hill. She packs a lot in this book with three of her popular couples-- Tori and Sam (Hunter's Way), Casey and Leslie (Partners), Cameron and Andrea (Devil's Rock). Sam is kidnapped by a serial killer who appears to have no conscience -- but does he? Tori is understandably going crazy and Cameron is the only one who can track this guy through the woods because she knows him. The story plays to the author's strengths, which is her ability to explore the depth of complex relationships how we interconnect as lovers and friends. The only thing that keeps me from giving this book a resounding five stars is that I reserve those for her sweet romances that I rate among the very top of the very crowded genre of lesbian romance.

  • Cheri
    2019-01-02 00:30

    I probably would have gone 2.5 if I could have. There was just too much repetition of the same information regarding the couples involved. I read the same information numerous times as it was being relayed to various characters. The couples also felt like they could have been clones of each other - a danger when combining protagonists from two different series when they're pretty much the same people. Ultimately, I wish there had been more about the crime. And a more believable bad guy.I'll definitely stick to reading Hill's stand-alone romances.

  • Michelle
    2019-01-12 01:13

    This is a difficult book to love. Ordinarily I enjoy the guilty pleasure of Gerri Hill's thrillers, but as other reviewers have noted, combining these almost cookie cutter characters in one book made it difficult to follow at times. And as it turns out, brutal violence, build-ups to climaxes that never arrive, and potholes in the plot are a lot harder to gloss over when the lead characters themselves come off as less than gripping. It's pulp, and as a lover of modern pulp I'm not usually inclined to be hard on it, but realistically Hill's other pulp has been much more fun to read.

  • Kath
    2019-01-20 06:19

    As a big fan off Gerri Hill I can only say this is a must read!!

  • Susanne
    2019-01-10 00:19

    Angel Fire is a cross over between two different series featuring Tori Hunter and Sam Kennedy with Cameron Ross and Andrea Sullivan. Tori and Sam are on a camping holiday with their friends, Casey and Leslie. As they are all with law enforcements, they were asked to look into a possible disturbance by local ranger. Cameron and Andrea were called in to assist. The disturbance ended up being a home invasion which leads to a kidnapping, more shooting and a chase through the mountains and forest ... Will the teams find Angel, an ex-military expert sniper who has turned into a hit man for hire? I have enjoyed the other series that feature Tori & Sam and Cameron & Andrea separately. I felt it was sometimes hard to keep track of characters, all combined in one book here. I also felt the ending was rushed - I won't reveal any more information without giving away the ending.

  • Linda
    2019-01-10 01:19

    I loved this fourth book in the series. The cast of characters got a little large, but it focused on Sam (who was pretty much absent from the last two books) and her relationship to a killer who kidnapped her. This book also put the nemesis as one of the main characters, and gave the reader a chance to know him. The ending actually choked me up, which surprised me.The book was well paced, and even with the large cast of characters, they were well written. As a reader, I felt that I got to know them. It is hard to say a lot about the story without giving spoilers, so I will just say, whether you have read the prior three books or not, this one is worth reading.

  • Nina Cooper
    2019-01-24 04:31

    I enjoyed this one, but after the parts 1-3 of the series I had thought this one would include a little more romance. This did not really happen, instead it had more of a police story, and even though I liked the character of Angel, I found him not always convincing. It is not the way he dealt with Sam, but more about the initial killing spree on the one hand, the planning of all that follows and the way Angel is shown in the end. However, if you like Gerri Hill, you could still give Angel Fire a try. I for one just love the lively style she is able to use. :) 3 out of 5 stars.

  • Cybil Maynard
    2018-12-26 22:19

    Frightening! God, why does Samantha always seem to end up in trouble? I adore her character so much, but she really is her own worst enemy sometimes. Love the concept of combining the two teams here. I think that Cameron and Tori are a lot to put side by side, and you never really get too much of the Andrea and Samantha interaction, although I would love to have read that. Couldn't out this one down, honestly.

  • Sally Trotter
    2018-12-27 05:05

    Another great story about our favourite detectives plus two newcomers to add to the mic

  • Svetlana Wesley
    2018-12-26 23:11

    This one made me feel so much more that other books besides the book one. More scenes and love and that's what I was searching. Loved the way "bad guy" turned to be good one inside. Amazing!

  • Sam Way
    2019-01-07 22:28

    I read this book in a day, I enjoyed the story and the crossover... granted I read this story after reading the Hunter series, so I’m new to Cam/Andi.I do enjoy Tori/Sam, however, I really wished Sam had more guts. I find she’s always in trouble and Tori is always saving her. I’d like to see some action on Sams part, to give her character another edge. I’m new to Gerri Hill, but I’m enjoying the books I’ve read so far.EDIT! :- I’ve read Devils Rock/Hells highway... which made this book even better!

  • Gabs
    2019-01-23 23:13

    NOO, ¿por qué tenía que terminar ?Voy a extrañar mucho a las mujeres de esta historia, me refiero a las 6.Cameron fue mi personaje preferido, la adoré y me encantó su interacción con Tori en este libro, aunque me hubiera gustado que se quedaran como amigas o algo así.Estos son mis libros favoritos, lo que me dejan extrañando a los personajes y queriendo más de la historia.Sin duda leeré más de esta autora, la primera que he leído sobre este genero (de lesbianas me refiero) y por supuesto estaba un poco reticente, no porque sea homofóbica (cosa que no soy para nada) sino porque no sabía si me podía sentir identificada con los sentimientos y eso, pero ahora me doy cuenta que eso no tiene nada que ver, porque en ningún momento fue problema y de verdad disfruté de los libros. Esa es la magia de los libros supongo.

  • Wendy
    2019-01-22 04:10

    Fans of Gerri Hill's books would really like this book. I definitely do. Took me only a few hours to read - it's quite hard to put down. Cameron and Andrea meets Tori and Sam, with a brief cameo by Casey and Leslie, when Sam was taken hostage by a fugitive while on vacation in New Mexico. Said fugitive turns out to be Cam's ex-military teammate. Love the characters and how they interact, as they're all familiar from previous books. Love that the relationships are still going strong. Action, humour, and romance - all in one cracking good book.

  • Alena
    2019-01-25 05:23

    I haven't read a Gerri Hill novel in a long time, but if she has created a character I really, really like, it's Tori Hunter. So even though I really only loved the first book, I just had to check this out. There's nothing really wrong with it, it's solid and fast paced but didn't really draw me in. It should have, looking at it objectively, it had all the right elements, but it didn't.

  • Gaelle Cathy
    2018-12-25 06:10

    It was really awesome to see both the "Hunter" team and the "Highway" team cross path. I've really enjoyed the storyline, especially the interaction between Sam and Angel. It was something different than to have empathy for the killer. It was a great plus to the story. Hunter and Ross's interaction really cracked me up. A really great story that I read way too quickly!!!! Well done, once again.

  • Heidi
    2019-01-12 02:31

    Good interactions between the main characters, I kept getting confused in who was who and how they were connected to the others. The only one I ever 100% remembered was Sam... Anyway, I couldn't stop reading, wanted to know how they tracked down the madman. Who would finally find him.

  • Sandra
    2019-01-23 23:16

    Just great. The combination of the two investigation groups is perfect. The story's exciting, the main charakters as allways well developed and known from the other storys.

  • Nicole (( lost in the book's world ))
    2019-01-21 04:14

    It is not best but it has good mystery...

  • Alealea
    2019-01-02 01:04

    I only liked the bad guy and it's interaction with a previous character. It's unusual, surely not really credible, but still, what a trip !The rest was like white noise.

  • Hazey
    2019-01-10 00:20

    Book #4 in Hunter Series by Gerri Hill.Recommended.the best series by