Playing with Fire

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Bantam, 1983 - Juvenile Fiction - 149 pages
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When Friday the 13th casts its spell on a man and a woman, only the most deliciously unpredictable and passionate results follow!
A warrior risen from the ashes to claim her heart...
Haunted by an age-old secret hidden deeper than a dream, Maggie St. John couldn't brush aside the finger of suspicion Beau Grayson pointed her way. He sensed she knew more about the hospital blaze than she'd told him, but the heat kindled by her gaze was a perilous distraction. Would the arson investigator determined to find the truth in her smoky past fulfill his destiny with the one woman who'd already ignited his desire?

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Review: Playing with Fire (Sweet Valley High #3)

User Review  - Christy - Goodreads

It's a dime novel. Decent writing for the genre and lots of nostalgia for me Read full review

Review: Playing with Fire (Sweet Valley High #3)

User Review  - star_fire13 - Goodreads

I know that we're supposed to be sympathetic of Jessica in this book, but really it just proves to me how much I hate her. She's so immature. She really needed to grow a backbone. Then again, I ... Read full review


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Francine Pascal grew up in New York City and attended New York University. She is the author of the Sweet Valley High series, featuring twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield. She had originally planned the idea for a daytime soap for teens, but a close friend talked her into making the idea into a book series instead. Pascal has also written "Hangin' Out with Cici, which became an ABC After School Special called "My Mother Was Never a Kid", "The Hand-Me-Down Kid," also made into an ABC After School Special, "My First Love and Other Disasters," and "Love and Betrayal & Hold the Mayo." She has also worked on a musical and several adult books, and is the executive director for the Sweet Valley High TV show.

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