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AMY J FETZER FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE PDF

Read “Fight Fire With Fire” by Amy J. Fetzer with Rakuten Kobo. No Turning Back Dragon One operative Riley Donovan is an expert at bringing ’em back alive. Over a decade ago, with a newborn and a three-year-old at the time, Amy had organized herself Amy J. Fetzer Author cover image of Fight Fire with Fire. Dragon One operative Riley Donovan is an expert at bringing em back alive, but his latest assignment takes an extreme detour when his prey is captured by.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about xmy problem. Return to Book Page. Ffire Turning Back Dragon One operative Riley Donovan is an expert at bringing ’em back alive, but his latest assignment takes an extreme detour when his prey is captured. It just so happens the arms dealer Safia’s after is the same scum who grabbed Donovan’s man.

If a No Turning Back Dragon One operative Riley Donovan is an expert at bringing ’em back alive, but his latest assignment takes an extreme detour when his prey is captured. If anyone can give Riley a run for his money in the kick-butt-then-take-names department, it’s Safia. Not that Riley minds: Safia never thought she’d see Riley again since saving his life years ago–yet here he is, hotter than ever.

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If she must partner up, Riley certainly satisfies all her requirements. But Safia hasn’t bargained for the twisted places this case will lead, revealing secrets about her past even she didn’t know. Now, as Safia’s drawn deeper into the m of darkness, Riley’s the only one she fetzzer by her side.

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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 20, Eastofoz rated it liked it Shelves: Amy Fetzer writes very well. The story starts off well and grabs your attention from the start. Safia, the spy, finds herself in some jungle prison cell with all sorts of atrocities inflicted on her. So the main story is the spy story where Riley and Safia, who work for different organizations Dragon One and The Company respectivelyare trying to retrieve a stolen bio weapon.

It took me a while to figure that out. And it all would have been really good if it was easier to follow. Though this is labeled as romantic suspense there are probably only pages devoted to the romance and the rest is all suspense.

The romance was very good. The ending is disturbing and gruesome but hey maybe this kind of stuff actually exists.

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Fetzer pens a more interesting and less typical kind of romantic suspense but unless she can make it clearer maybe shorter the reader will have a heck of a time trying to keep track of everything which makes for not the most enjoyable of reads. View all 12 comments. Jun 12, ElaineY rated it did not like it Shelves: I swear I will fivht read another Amy Fetzer again.

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I only made it to page 63 and threw it away in disgust. I don’t know why Ms Fetzer refuses to do any research when her books are often set in foreign locales. She gave a Singapore that was from the last century and I was expecting Tarzan to come swooping down from a jungle vine any minute.

Vaghn’s bodyguard was carrying right there in a restaurant in Marina Bay. The laws are so strict in this island city-state that mere possession of a bullet ge I swear I will never read another Amy Fetzer again.

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The firw are so strict in this island city-state that mere possession of a bullet gets you ten years jail. No one’s allowed to carry guns except the police fkre the army and firearm offences earns you a mandatory death sentence. It was downright ludicrous for any bodyguard to be carrying. She even had Vaghn’s Gulfstream landing in Seletar Airport when the airport is not used anymore except for a couple of chartered flights to flre islands and for training young pilots from the Flying Club.

The only crocodiles on this island are at the Crocodile Farm which sells croc skin handbags and trinkets to tourists! In this day and age of Google and Wiki, this neglect towards basic research is inexcusable. This isn’t the first time Ms Fetzer has gotten her facts wrong and I’m puzzled as to why she would not bother to just google it if every book of hers includes countries outside of the US.

That’s my rant for the day. View all 3 comments. A good premise but Ms. Fetzer just throws too much into her books confusing the reader. This one is a tad creepy as well as involving terrorists, mercenaries and covert agents. And on top of everything else, a little bit boring and since this is supposed to be romantic suspense, a little bit light on the romance. Aug 13, Cindy rated it really liked it. Book 4 is another good entry in the Dragon One mercenary series.

For those who haven’t been following the series, Dragon One specializes in hostage rescue and retrieval – when they’re not cleaning up messes left by the CIA. The book is filled with lots of arrogant bad fetzrr with agendas and intense good guys determined to protect the innocent and punish the guilty. There is an opening scene where the hero and heroine meet in war torn Serbia. She helps him get his wounded friend back to safety and Book 4 is another good entry in the Dragon One mercenary series.

She helps him get his wounded friend back to safety and goes her own way. Both have fond memories of the meeting. Their paths cross again in Singapore several years later when her case and his become entangled. Several very odd things seem to be going on, including the fact she had not been warned about his operation wiht her jurisdiction, so he convinces they should work together. As is usual with Fetzer’s work there are several subplots and multiple viewpoints – all of which tie neatly together in the end.

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This can be read as a stand alone although you will miss some of the references to previous cases and people. Naked Truth 2. Hit Hard 3. Come as You Are 4. Fight Fire with Wire 5. Ffire Control Fjre note: One of the reviews I read remarked on the inaccuracy of the Singapore setting – never having been there I have no idea.

However, the setting is self-consistent if not accurate Moreau meets James Bond Aug 06, Susan rated it it was ok Shelves: This review firw been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click frtzer. I read this one, because I have read the rest in her series and I have to say the last few have been a disappointment and this one was ok, but I think I have figured out what bugs me. The ending are lame. I think she realizes is getting close in terms of word or page count and she cuts it short. When an author does that I feel cheated. I recently revisited notes I read this one, because I have read the rest in her series and I have to say the last few have been a disappointment and this one was ok, but I think I have figured out what bugs me.

I recently revisited notes I have for a adventure story and I decided, when I saw frie latest Fetzer was fught, that I wanted to read it with critical eye, and try to figure out why I was disappointed. I like this genre, for a lite easy ready, but just because it is a liter read, does not mean I want to be cheated in terms of the story ending. This applies to all stories. Authors who cheat us, by setting up a great and compelling story, only to drop us aith and shove us thru a fast ending are not holding up their end of the bargain.

The story needs feyzer hook the reader at the beginning and leave them satisfied that the story fige been told to completion in the end. I read with an eye for details, do not make me pay attention to big details, dropped like breadcrumbs along the way, breadcrumbs, which you have no intention of knotting together in the end. In summary, this was an wwith story, which could have been WAY aith. Nov 12, Stef rated it did not like it Shelves: This book started out really good.

Full of action, suspense, but then I became fetser with it towards the middle. Goes back and forth between a couple storylines that I couldn’t find where they went together.

Every time I put the book down I had to re-read a page to remember where the story was. I did not fir the book. Feb 17, Barbara rated it liked it Shelves: Oct 27, Stephanie marked it as to-read-don-t-own-yet Shelves: Oct 25, MostlyDelores rated it liked it Shelves: