Written by Catherine McKenzie
Fiction, 351 Pages
October 20, 2015
Hardcover, Paperback, e-Book
$4.99 - $14.95
After a decade long career combating wildfires, Elizabeth has traded in her former life for a quieter one with her husband. Now she works as the local arson investigator in a beautiful, quaint town in the Rockies.
But that tranquil life vanishes when she and her husband agree to divorce and a fire in nearby Cooper Basin begins to spread rapidly. For Elizabeth, containing a raging wildfire is easier than accepting that her marriage has failed.
For Elizabeth’s ex-friend Mindy, who feels disconnected from her husband and teenage children, the fire represents a chance to find a new purpose: helping a man who has lost his home to the blaze. But her faith is shattered by a shocking accusation.
As the encroaching inferno threatens the town’s residents, Elizabeth and Mindy must discover what will be lost in the fire, and what will be saved.
Catherine McKenzie is a graduate of McGill University in History and Law, she practices law in Montreal, where she was born and raised. An avid skier and runner, Catherine’s novels, Spin, Arranged and Forgotten, are all international bestsellers. Find her online at catherinemckenzie.com.
I liked this book and found it to be a quick read. Two women who love the same man, lies, infidelity, a mystery. Who is the one who started the fire? A teenager knows something but doesn't want to tell. The mystery of who did it makes the story even more interesting to me. All in all, a pretty good book. I Rated This Book 4/5 Stars ****