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Angel Fire

Narrated by: Abby Craden
Series: Hunter (Hill), Book 4, Ross & Sullivan, Book 3
Length: 5 hrs and 47 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
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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-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.

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  • Me & My Girls
  • 15-09-2015

Just Okay

The premise was good; the relationship between Sam and Angel was nuanced and well done and there were parts of the law enforcement portion was done pretty well too.
On the other hand the 'butch' pair of of Tori and Cameron were so prototypical for both the classic butch and for movie or TV FBI agents it was sad; their roosterish confrontations would be silly if they were teenage boys. The same goes for some of the scenes with the other agents as well. At some point millennials really have to start doing lesbian fiction and give some of the lame cliches and storylines the merciful death they deserve. The same goes for the stereotypes that fill those books; seriously Samantha Kennedy is a homicide cop but as soon she's kidnapped she turns into a Barbie Doll. I mean is a hostage situation some kind of fetish that every cop story has to have. I can't wait for less cliched themes to be inserted into lesbian lit; until then selections like this will have to do.

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  • Ashlyn
  • 19-12-2018

disappointing, predictable crossover

Having read all of the Hunters Way series and the Devils Rock series, I felt compelled to finish it off with this final crossover. I dont know why I hoped it would somehow be better than the others - but yet again this was a disappointment. Of all the books in both series, I only enjoyed Hunters Way. Angel Fire, like the rest in the series, was short, underdeveloped, cliche, and in serious SERIOUS need of a new editor (if this had one at all). The ending was lazy and anticlimactic. The stereotypes of the butch, beer drinking, emotionally distant agents and their femme, domestic, emotionally intelligent partners in constant need of rescuing are incredibly dated, if not outright offensive. And for the LOVE OF GOD we get it. Cameron likes pizza. It wasn't cute or funny the first 700 times it was mentioned, it wasn't cute or funny the last 700 times it was mentioned. I can happily say I will never read another Gerri Hill book again.

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  • feralfeline
  • 18-05-2018

stereotypes

When can we move away from the damsel in distress femme? So much potential to be 5 stars.

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  • Heather Dodge
  • 29-01-2018

Great combination!

I love Gerri Hill's series' with Tori and Sam, Andrea and Cam, and her other series. Abby Craden does a fantastic job of narrating. I only wish there were more of Gerri Hill's books on Audible.
I've been buying Gerri Hill's books for about 13 years. She's a great story teller. Definitely recommend.

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  • Kris
  • 12-03-2017

Another hit By Hill

I loved the book. I wish O Connor and her Girlfriend played a bigger role in the story.
It kept me ingaged and interested. although it would of been nice for the story to follow Tori and Sam home , and to see how Andi and Cameran got along after the case closed. So with all that ... it is still an excellent crossovers book.... a must read for sure.

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  • Greyson Levi
  • 04-06-2020

Love

I can always count on Gerri Hill to give me a story that I can truly sink my teeth into. I am on a mission to listen to all of her books and I am about 1/2 way there, and enjoying every word. Keep up the fantastic work.

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  • glenda Goodwitch
  • 27-05-2020

Gotta love it when it comes together!

After reading about these characters in their individual books and series it was great to listen to their interactions. Even the bad guy in this one was complicated and interesting. The collective quest was amazing. It was nice to see Samantha "Sam" shine in this narrative.
Reading the other books probably isn't necessary but because I had, made this one all the more enjoyable, funnier and definitely more poignant at times.
Oh yeah, and the sex was good too.😌

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 10-05-2020

another Gerri hill success<br />

impactful story line

another excellent book by Gerri hill

definitely worth the time to read or listen

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  • stacy cam
  • 15-04-2020

just okay

the story line was weak, it just didn't seem realistic, plausible, or even manageable. Glad this series is over. you would be fine not listening to the last book or two of the series. the first two really had the punch, passion, and plausibility.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 27-02-2020

Great sequel!

Take this to the beach with you or read it with the lights out at night. I enjoyed it so much I ordered another of the authors books. I’m reading all of them, actually! ♥️

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  • Alice
  • 07-09-2015

needed hear other novels before this one

The novel feels like the last chapters of another one. The story is not really a romance, and as a hostage-crime drama it didn't really keep my attention. There wasn't much character development, bring the reader along, and I did not latch onto anyone really in the novel. I think that is because the characters are from other previous novels I have not real. The story focuses around two couples, (FBI agents/Cops) and a sniper who runs amok ant takes Sam as a hostage, into woulds to be tracked by Cameron her partner, and Sam's partner. The big problem I had with the story was Sam's behavior towards angel, who was basically a cold killer, including children. She seems to warm to him, and to me this did lost a level of believe-ability. There is no really build up of tension, romantic or threat-wise. It was an easy listen and I decided to complete it. But it wont be very memorable, for me anyway. As always, Abby Craden did a great job of narrating.

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  • ChrystalClear
  • 25-02-2019

The Gang of Four reign supreme

Tori and Sam with Andrea and Cameron. I wish they could all live near each other. With Lesley and Casey they make me happy and I wish there were another half dozen stories that involved them. This story shows you the baddy right from the beginning and then makes you feel with Sam. I cried when he finally told his story but my heart was in my mouth from the beginning.

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  • Daisy
  • 01-09-2019

Gripped

The Hunter series has been awesome and I don’t think it’s over, I’m not sure but I feel there’s more to come, fingers crossed. I’ve got through all 4 books in one week, that’s not just because the Gerri Hill’s writing is so grippling good but also the narration by Abby Craden is the best I’ve heard, she really pulls you in. I listen to a lot of audio books and she is heads and shoulders above the others, so much so that if she is narrating any books on my to read list they will come to the top of the pile.