Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Fire Storm by Nancy Mehl



FBI Profiler Kaely Quinn visits Nebraska to care for her ailing mother. She cant help but notice suspicious connections among a series of local fires, so she calls on her partner, Noah Hunter, to help find the arsonist. Together they unwittingly embark on a twisted path to a mad man who is determined his last heinous act will be Kaelys death.


I think this is by far the best Nancy Mehl book I have read so far beside her Mennonite series. 
This book is full of action packed and keeps you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what would happen next and when you read this book you will actually be surprised to see who it actually was!! I know I was because I thought I had him pegged along with Kaely.
Kaely is a great detective or FBI agent. In a lot of ways she reminds me of my husband. A workaholic. I don't feel like your workforce defines who you are. McDonald's Tried to do it to me and I wouldn't let them. 
Kaely has some personal issues going on as well also a lot me and I'm sure the rest of us as well!
But overall, Kaely is stubborn like me and has to have her way especially in the workforce but I must admit she's good at what she does!!
I liked Noah too!
I could feel Noahs hesitancy throughout the book. In a lot of ways he's like me full of doubts and wanting to be protective of the ones he loves. I loved his and Kaelys' bantering back and forth and in some places I could actually see the flames and image what it must've been like. I can't say this story left me without a few nightmares but that's what made this story exciting right!!
I wanted a change of reading so I thought I'd give this book a try and I was not disappointed!! Well done Nancy Mehl now I need to read Mindgames!! But I have a feeling this one will be my favorite! 
I received a complimentary copy of this book through Netgalley. No compensations were received 


Nancy MehlNancy Mehl lives in Wichita, Kansas with her husband, Norman, and her very active puggle, Watson. First published in 2001, she has now authored nine books, including an omnibus mystery collection, Cozy in Kansas, which contains three of her previously published Ivy Towers mysteries. Book three in the series, For Whom the Wedding Bell Tolls, won the American Christian Fiction Writers Mystery Book of the Year award. Nancys main writing interests lie in mystery although her new Harmony Series leans more toward the romantic suspense genre. Nancy runs a HUD program for the city of Wichita and is president of a volunteer organization, Wichita Homebound Outreach. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Kansas Authors Club. You can find out more about Nancy by visiting her Web site at:"

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