We were like fire, the four of us. Catching each other’s sparks until the flames grew, spread, raged beyond our control.
We’ll give them back the damage they left us with, burden them with the weight of our pain.
We may be temporarily broken, but we will leave them forever charred.
Ashes to ashes.
It wasn’t the kidnapping that ruined Cass Adams’s life. It was the letters that came after. The pink envelopes that appear in her car, her locker, her bedroom. Notes from the man she escaped, telling her that he’s always there, always watching.
And that someday, he’ll be back for her.
The police say there’s nothing they can do, and Cass resigns herself to live in fear until she reconnects with three old friends-three girls ready to exact vengeance on those who wronged them.
But the deeper Cass digs, the more shocking the truth becomes, especially when she discovers that the person who ruined her life may be the only one who can save it.
What happens if you were kidnapped, and no one could help you?
After one frightful night, Cas lives in fear. She was kidnapped one night, and manged to escape. Her nightmares are far from over since the kidnapper is still out leaving notes. The cops are useless, thinking she made it up. With the help of some friends, they start to take things into their hands. How far are they willing to go for revenge?
Out of the Fire was such a tense book. You have Cass always looking over her shoulder and trying to figure out who would want to hurt her. She is so angry and lost in the beginning. Mostly she takes out her anger to help out her friends with their problems. In every mystery/thriller the cop don’t do a thing to help. It’s always up the main character to figure things out with their friends. I also like the pink cover of this read. This was a nice fast pace read , full of twists and a guessing game. I really did enjoyed it.