Everyone can create fire with a lighter or match. Arson Gable can produce fire without the aid of either. Torn between his emotions and the current path he has taken in life, Arson feels like he is all alone in the world. When he lets his guard down and actually befriends the new girl next door, Emery, he finally realizes that he can connect with others. Both are hiding behind qualities they are ashamed of and together they just might be able to overcome the obstacles before them. Will this new relationship help Arson calm the fires or will he end up consumed by flames?
I could not put this book down. Literally, I was unable to pry my fingers away from the pages. I was able to connect with Emery on a level that is so unlike any other character I have read about. Estevan is a genius when it comes to plots and I can't wait for the sequel!
“Arson reads like burnt skin. At first it jumps off the page, and then it slowly starts to
fade and sting…[It] could be compared to other books such as Jumper and even at
times flecks of Twilight.”
“It would be a crime to miss Arson.”
—In the Library Reviews
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