Flaming Crimes


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304 Pages
Genre: Romantic-Suspense
Heat Rating: Hot (Steamy scenes but NOT erotica)

Beth and Donovan are now happily married, and what Beth wants more than anything is a baby. Her dream of starting a family is put on hold as fires burn dangerously close and Donovan becomes a victim of sabotage.

Donovan escapes what could’ve been a deadly wreck. Their past enemies have been eliminated, so who is cutting brake lines and leaving bloody messages? He vows to find out, for the sake of the woman he loves and the life they’re trying to build.

Amidst a criminal mind game, a fire ignites next to their home. They battle the flames and fight to keep their house safe from the blaze pressing in on all sides, but neither of them expects to confront a psychotic adversary in the middle of the inferno.

Their lives may just go up in flames…

Content Warning: on page sex, strong language, trauma/PTSD, fertility issues, sexual assault, death threats, guns/gun violence, snake, arsony

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NOTE: May contain spoilers.

“Girl On Fire” by Alicia Keys – Beth’s theme song for Flaming Crimes.

“All Around Me” by Flyleaf – Beth’s PTSD and Donovan’s love for her.

“Just Drive” by In This Moment – Donovan’s monster truck driving/competition.

“Fire and Fury” by  Skillet – Beth and Donovan intimate.

“Fire Meet Gasoline” by Sia – Beth and Donovan intimate.

“Let It Burn” by Red – For all the fires burning throughout Central Florida, and Lori’s house.

“Burn It Down” by Linkin Park – For the fire surrounding Beth and Donovan’s house.

“Let Us Burn” by Within Temptation – Beth confronting Viper in the middle of the inferno.

“My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark” by Fall Out Boy – Beth and Donovan intimate after the fire.

*All the Demi Lovato songs represent Beth, and all the Daughtry songs represent Donovan.


The natural disaster of wildfires is captured vividly while focusing on the aftermath and devastation caused by such catastrophe. The book is full of action, suspense, and adventure. The main characters are both strong, yet they also show their flaws which make them come to life.” – InD’tale Magazine

“They have survived before, but this time they may not be so lucky…because nowhere is safe when evil comes calling.”   Tome Tender

“What I liked about this book is that the natural disaster isn’t the main antagonist like it was in Tsunami Crimes…It gave the book a different feel which gives the walking, married disaster duos’ situation different enough that the book wasn’t the same old same old.” – Bookaholic Mama, reviewer at Words Turn Me On

“Flaming Crimes” is one of those books that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I could almost feel the heat from the fires in this one (as well as the heat between Beth and Donovan!)” The Novel Lady

“Flaming Crimes from Chrys Fey has everything needed for a heart stopping, pulse pounding roller coaster ride through disaster and danger.” – Sherry Fundin, reviewer at Fundinmental.com



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The Fire that Inspired Flaming Crimes (Parts 1 – 10):

Part 1 – Circle of Friends Books
Part 2 – Sandra Cox
Part 3 – Elements of Emaginette
Part 4 – Julie Flanders
Part 5 – I Think; Therefore, I Yam
Part 6 – Alex J. Cavanaugh
Part 7 – Just Jemi
Part 8 – Sandra Dailey
Part 9 – Fundinmental
Part 10 – Elizabeth Seckman


My childhood home. The fire burned up to the yard on all three sides and across the street.