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When sweet revenge turns sour Book two of a trilogy fromNew York Times bestselling author Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian. Lillia, Kat, and Mary had the. Read Fire with Fire by Jenny Han, Siobhan Vivian for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Find out more about Fire with Fire by Jenny Han, Siobhan Vivian at Simon & Schuster. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more.

Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type. After the catastrophic events at the Homecoming Dance at the end of Burn for Burn, Lillia, Kat and Mary come face to face with the consequences of their actions - Reeve in the hospital. While Lillia and Kat begin to have reservations about moving forward with their revenge, Mary becomes convinced Reeve needs to get what is coming to him, no matter what. And as they agreed, each revenge plot needs to be completed. Lillia will make Reeve fall in love with her and then break his heart, just like he broke Mary's.

Surprised and disappointed. Unless you get a note. He closes the file. Randolph, I assure him. But actual swimming is just not my thing. It could save your life one day.

I will think about it. The Reeve I know would have lapped up the attention; he would have loved every second. But not this guy. All he wants to do is talk about his physical therapy plan with Rennie.

Chest, biceps, triceps, back, core. Bulk up from the waist up. I ordered you a buoyancy belt last night, Rennie says.

It should be here by the end of the week. Alex says, Come on, Reeve. You know it would be huge for morale. The guys are scared shitless about Lee Freddington quarterbacking for us again.

We had our first game without Reeve last Friday, and it was a complete disaster. PJ pipes up, We miss you, man. Yeah, says Alex. Just be on the sidelines. Reeve gulps down his Muscle Milk. Wiping his mouth, he says, You guys are on your own now. I have to focus on my recovery, Reeve says.

You think I have time to go to a football game? Just think about it, Alex says. Shaking his head regretfully, Derek says, Damn, man. Reeve jams a forkful of salad into his mouth. Yeah, Derek, Rennie says, glaring at him. From here on out, this is a no-negativity zone. Only positive thinking allowed. He lurches off, and Rennie watches him like a hawk, ready to spring into action if he needs her.

He practically cried in my arms the other night when he heard Alabama was out. That was one of his safety schools! And there he was, begging the coaches to redshirt him for the first season.

She closes her eyes and rubs her temples. Rennie takes a sip of her soda. Sure, he might not end up at a D-one school after this is all over, but any division two or three school would be lucky to have him.

They go to church every Sunday, and Reeve calls his dad sir. Define the relationship, Rennie says, rolling her eyes like I am a moron for not knowing. Not yet. He has too much on his mind right now.

I just want to be there for him. Rennie stands up and gathers her things. She leans down and gives Ashlin a peck on the cheek. Bye, Ash. Bye, Peej, bye, Derek. Without even a glance in my direction, she takes off.

No one seems to notice that Rennie said good-bye to everyone but me. Like, really mad. I bite my bottom lip. Ash finally looks up at me. He basically forced me. Ash gives me a sympathetic shrug.

I frown and rock back in my seat. I glance around and spot her a few feet away, cigarette clenched between her teeth, trying to pull a flannel shirt off some guy.

I recognize the guy, sort of. Or if he does, his teachers must be pretty liberal with their attendance sheets. I bet her brother, Pat, taught her how to do that. Kat definitely takes advantage of it.

Kat lets out a howl of victory and does a spin, whipping the flannel around over her head like a lasso. This is a teachable moment, Dan. When I want something, I take it.

End of story. She nudges her chin my way the slightest bit. I smile back, and am about to climb on my bike and ride away, when Kat does something surprising. It happens so fast I wonder if maybe I imagined it. Acknowledge each other in public, out in the open. I guess we can now, since our whole revenge plan is over. I watch as she grinds out her cigarette. Kat puts it on over her sweatshirt. But I want to wear it. I promise to bring it back on Monday.

And then it will smell like me. He pretends to be annoyed, but I can tell he likes her by the way he gives in so quick. You want a ride home? But can I bum one more smoke? She takes it and tucks it behind her ear. I put my book away and start walking slow, pushing my bike along, waiting for her to catch up.

We probably should still be careful. Not really. I tuck my hair behind my ears and keep my eyes on the ground. Um, I heard some people talking, and they said Reeve might lose all his football scholarships because of his injury. I feel my lip quiver as soon as the words are out. Is it true? Kat shrugs. But maybe not, you know? And not even a bad one at that. My brother broke his femur once during a dirt-bike race.

Now his left leg is half an inch shorter than his right. She steps off the bike path and rips a handful of browning leaves off a low-hanging tree branch.

Trust me. Reeve will figure something out. The kid always does. I nod, yes, sure, because what else can I say? I managed to survive the week. I ask her. Do you like him? Kat rolls her eyes. If only it were that easy. What are you doing tonight, Mary? She says this as a joke, referring back to the way I screamed on homecoming night, but neither of us laughs.

You should come. It could be good for you. Kat stares at me for a second, and I feel her putting two and two together. She turns her back to the breeze and tries to light her cigarette. Okay, Mary. After my mom died, I, like, refused to speak for six months.

You know about my mom, right? I nod. I think maybe Lillia mentioned it once, in passing. And a little part of me feels happy that now she has, that she feels okay sharing something so personal with me. Yeah, I thought probably, but I wanted to make sure. She takes a long, deep drag and sprays out smoke.

Shutting down like that. At some point you have to move on. She pinches the cigarette between her lips and shoves her hands in her pockets. Join some clubs or something. Try to be more involved in school stuff. Bide your time until graduation. Her face scrunches up. You got to put yourself out there. Make some new friends. Focus on the things that make you happy. She makes it sound so simple. Maybe it is. Kat leans up against a tree. She pats her chest.

I hardly ever think about my feelings. You know why? Her eyes find mine, and she looks at me deeply. I pull my coat around myself. I know better than to wallow like this. I lost a whole year of my life after I tried to kill myself over what Reeve did. I say it and I truly mean it, from the bottom of my heart. Because there is one big difference between then and now. Now I have friends looking out for me.

A ferry pulls into the dock, and the first vehicle to drive off is a school bus packed full of football players. I make my way over to the field. The first game after homecoming weekend, after Reeve got hurt, we lost. A group of cheerleaders is huddled together, practicing their De-fense!

The rest of them mill about casually on the sidelines, like this is a practice and not a game night. Lillia sees me and beams me a smile. I smile back. The announcer welcomes the opponents, and then our cheerleaders line up and make their way toward the field-house gate, to greet our team as they take the field.

I watch Teresa Cruz navigate her way to the front of the pack. Reeve is the first one out of the field house. He has his jersey on and a pair of warm-up pants, the same thing he wore to school today. As soon as he appears, everyone in the bleachers stands up and cheers for him.

This is more muted applause. A courtesy. This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue? Upload Sign In Join. Save For Later. Create a List. Read on the Scribd mobile app Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Aug 13, ISBN: Aunt Bette? I call out. Finally I hear her coming up the stairs. What in the world?

Aunt Bette looks up guiltily. I nod, like Okay, sure, while stepping past her. Wait, she says urgently. Where are you going? I sigh. To school. How is he? If you haven't started this story yet, you should!! Die Handlung war um einiges spannender und ab der Halloweenfeier fand ich auch endlich die Protagonistinnen richtig gut.

Ich kann es jetzt kau 4. Nov 13, Emily Obsessed Reader rated it really liked it. I'm trying to calm myself down. I didn't like this book quite as much as the first one, mainly because all of the characters besides Kat were getting on my nerves pretty badly. Especially Lillia.

Also, as you can see from my updates, I was really annoyed with certain things, like the fact that the word "slut" is thrown around so much and so carelessly.

Still, this was a super-fast-paced 4. I still liked it a lot, and I'm seriously starting the third book right now. May 31, Emerald Sue rated it it was amazing Shelves: Overall Thoughts All I gotta say it that this was such a fun and addictive series! Not to mention just totally off the charts with insanity.

It really ended up going somewhere completely weird and unexpected but totally awesome. The second book was by far my favorite cause it had the most twist and turns. And everything leading up to it was just pure fun high school drama and who doesn't enjoy that? Seriously, read it. Mar 15, Breanne rated it it was amazing.

I Neeed the third book!! No compensation was given or taken to alter this review. Burn For Burn was fun. Fire With Fire was another story. Much more complex with depth and more of a realistic backbone, the sequel to Burn For Burn surprised me entirely. If you were not the greatest fan of Burn For Burn, I believe that this one is still worth trying because it was a huge improvement.

Sweet revenge turns sour Lillia, Kat and Mary were close to getting caught for drugging Reeve at Homecoming. So close. When Mary's grudge against Reeve does not go away, she seeks out Lillia and Kat's help to make him pay. As if already off the football team and football scholarship dreams gone wasn't enough. Despite Lillia and Kat's reluctance to plot Reeve's heartbreak they give in.

Because what are friends for? I feel like the greatest improvement in Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian's series is that they reveal more depth in each of the girls' personalities.

We learn more about their pasts and how the memories and unforgotten fights are effecting them now. Lillia was my favourite girl in this book. She was awfully considerate to her peers and I honestly felt sorry for her as Rennie began to drift away from Lillia and make her life a living hell by attempting to take away her sister and friends. God Rennie is a bitch. She deserved what she got in the end. Anyway, we get to learn more about Lillia's traumatic past and how she is struggling to trust boys the same way once more.

I do love her tight friendship with Alex--there wasn't any really chemistry between the two which was nice. Lillia goes through quite a lot in Fire With Fire, she's on a mission to break Reeve's heart as well as dealing with the bulling and little bit of racism from Rennie.

Kat is one of the tougher girls in this book. She was Rennie's ex-friend form a while back and hates her for ruining her life. I loved Kat's attitude, while she wasn't completely heart-less she had tough skin.

Out of the three, Mary wasn't a favourite. She has been completely revenge driven and wants Reeve to pay the harshest fall. However a bit of her still remembers the Reeve she knew and loved years ago.

She wishes the old Reeve was still here. I was rather confused by Mary to be honest. Did she like him or did she hate him? Her emotions were not really comprehendible. An entertaining read with plenty of layers in each of the three girls, we watch them play with fire as they throw their revenge at the people that have once hurt them.

Highly recommended if you have not tried out this series yet! View all 9 comments. Burn for Burn was a book which I really adored last year; it was a fun contemporary with a different twist. Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian literally came out all guns blazing with this book. It was a story of three different girls coming together, but in particular the stories of Lillia and Kat really struck a chord with me.

We barely touched upon these characters in the first book, but I really feel as if I got the chance to know them that much more. Her story really left a strong impression with me. I was at parts left with swollen eyelids after crying so hard. Lillia really found her back against the wall in this book, she was torn between deciding with whether she should stick with what the girls had been telling her to do or whether she should listen to her heart.

Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian did a tremendous job, in displaying the inner turmoil Lillia had to battle with. Her depth of feelings which she developed over the course of the book and having to constantly battle them away was so hard to watch. But honestly my heart so went out for him. Yes he could be a punk at times, but the moments when he shared his sweet and tender side I loved!

I need more of this guy right away! Fire with Fire was a book which I thought would highly fixated upon the girls and getting their revenge.

Whenever Mary popped up I really wanted to skip her chapters. I understand she was hurt by what happened, but I think her idea of revenge just got totally got out of control in this book.

And then when I got to know him that bit more I was even more against her plan. And as the story progressed she came across really deluded, with her lurking about and not considering that she had such great friends in front of her. However I thought I knew my feelings when it concerned Mary, but the ending just completely threw me.

Fire with Fire was an incredible follow up book from Burn for Burn. With so much going on constantly, I never wanted this book to end. And the great depths we got to experience of my favourite characters made this a top read of this year for sure. This review can be found on The Readers Den View all 12 comments.

Aug 24, Grace rated it it was amazing Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I just picked up this book early last week before heading to a camping trip, I wanted to read it so bad it hurt! In fact, I actually missed a beach day to just sit in a lawn chair and read a couple hundred pages!! If you thought that burn for burn was good then you're going to absolutely adore fire for fire!!

I was so lost I had to re-read some of I just picked up this book early last week before heading to a camping trip, I wanted to read it so bad it hurt! I was so lost I had to re-read some of her parts over. Nevertheless, I'm pretty excited for the next novel, 'Ashes for Ashes', to come out!! I love Reeve now, but I hope, in the second book, Alex gets some more clearance on his and Lillia's relationship.

It'd be cool if she became a ghost like Mary, and since they both hate Reeve, they team up to kill him I know it sounds mean but I got this idea when, at the end she said,' an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a life for a life' Overall the book was fantastic; can't wait for 'Ashes to Ashes'! Goooo Jenny! View 1 comment. May 27, Maddie rated it really liked it.

Well, I can't say I saw that plot twist coming!

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Bring on the next book! Oh my gosh. I can't even. Reeve and Lillia. I'm dying. I absolutely love Jenny Han, everything she writes is gold. That ending blew my mind. View all 3 comments. Ehrlich gesagt interessiert es mich gerade nicht wirklich, was in Band 3 passiert, werde den aber trotzdem lesen, da ich ihn schon hier liegen habe. Jul 21, Sally Randazzo rated it really liked it. I'm not really going to write a review.

I enjoyed this book, it was fast paced and I enjoyed the different point of views and seeing another side to some of the more villainous characters. That's all I really need to say about that. Now I need to get to the ending I was confused. My first thoughts when I finished the book was what the fuck just happened? I stayed up til four am to finish this book, and now that I've had some time to think about it, I think I get it.

Mary is a ghost duh! So ho I'm not really going to write a review. So how come she can be seen sometimes? Here is my theory Most of the time Mary is invisible, completely ignored. Her aunt Bette can see her.

Because she's a witch. I almost feel bad for her. At first I thought Bette just didn't want Mary to practice witch craft because she wasn't sure how to control it. I kept wondering why she didn't just try to train her. Now I understand she was terrified. She was being haunted.


She watched this ghost go out and hurt people. She wanted to exorcise her I believe. When the mother showed up is was so confused, but I get it. She didn't believe in the ghost, at first. Until Mary got a little too upset and pretty much shook the house.

There were only a few other times in the first two books where I remember Mary being seen, by people other than Kat and lilia. The first time was homecoming where reeve said big easy. I believe Mary can be seen when she is losing control, but I think she is seen the way she died.

An overweight thirteen year old girl in soaking wet clothes. Also I think she needs to want to be seen. Reeve being high out of his mind at homecoming could also have something to do with it. The next time people saw her and acknowledged her was Halloween. First, Kats brother, then the cute boy, then reeve. I believe all of this has to do with it being Halloween.

Bette said that the connection between the living ad the dead is strongest. I think she also appeared as the way she was dressed that night. This explains why reeve told her to go fuck herself. He must have been terrified, some random cute girl claiming to be the same girl who he drove to suicide five years earlier. I actually feel bad for him. The next time Mary was seen was by Rennie. I don't really understand this. Maybe because Mary's emotions were running so high?

Maybe it was because she was at the ferry? Rennie definitely saw her the way she was when she died. That's why she asked about her parents, and wanted to take her to a hospital.

Even though I think I have things all figured out, I could be completely wrong. I still have no idea why lilia and Kat can see Mary, but I guess that's why a third book is coming out. We're not supposed to have all the answers yet. I do wonder if reeve found the pendent though, he probably was terrified if he did. View all 6 comments. Because I don't feel like I need to make a review for this one- here are just a few of my spoilery opinions: The whole situation is complicated as hell but I couldn't stop myself from shipping them.

I would so prefer if it were a mental illness that would make Mary think she's dead. Now that would be a plot. Reeve was such a suprise since I hated him in the first book. But that's what's so good about the book. So many unreliable characters and protagonists. Sep 09, Angela rated it really liked it Shelves: Gosh, that cliffhanger. I went into this remembering close to nothing of Burn for Burn. But that's not a problem, because this book does a great job of reminding you of what happened previously.

I really liked the characters because it's really easy to distinguish between them.

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So even though it's narrated from three people, it's not confusing. The side characters are great too, especially Alex. The ending leaves you with a ton of questions.

Like, what whaaaat? Things add up and then they don't. Uhhh, muito mais intenso do que o primeiro. Ainda shipo muito o Alex e a Kat. Quero muito os dois juntos. Dec 09, Marketa rated it really liked it.

A ten konec? Jul 08, Elena rated it it was amazing Shelves: That ending was unacceptable. It left on such a huge cliffhanger. This book was even better than the first one, and I adored the first one. Sep 27, Roxanne rated it it was amazing Shelves: What on earth did I just read? First of all, I'd have to say that I'm not a fan of contemporary books and don't read much of that genre.

But this book right here just swept me off my feet! Yes, it's just that good. Spoilers Ahead I'm sure we all want a taste of revenge, especially to those who once hurt us the most. And that's exactly what Lilia, Kat and Mary are after, sweet revenge. After their little avenge-gone-wrong at homecoming, the girls decided to rest the matter.

But what of R Oh. But what of Rennie's wretchness and Reeve's douchebaggery? Just as they say, some people never do learn from their lesson and it's time they get a taste of their of medicine. Just as the girls found out the perfect plan to crush both Rennie and Reeve, they have a huge flaw in their plan, Lilia had actually fallen in love with Reeve. Oh gosh do I adore these girls.

Each of the girls are different in so many ways and you will never mix up any of their POVs. Lilia as the classy, Mary as the observant and Kat as the badass.

It doesn't feel like two authors trying to write three POVs, it feels like three vivid people sharing their thoughts. Just loved it! It was a waste that Lilia actually went off with Reeve.

I mean, Reeve just isn't worth it! Especially when she has Alex by her side. Alex is much more considerate and sweet, as in he doesn't treat people as his playthings just as what Reeve did. Seriously, if it were me who bullied my schoolmate to the point where she commits suicide I would've apologized on the spot and be buried by grief.

But then again, I wouldn't be that mean in the first place. But I guess that he is sincere to Lilia, I don't know Then we have good ol' Kat. It's really cute when she stood up for Mary and Lilia whenever they need her. Especially when Lilia told them that she was basically raped by a stranger.

Kat did not even hesitate once when she said she wanted to look for those people and make them pay. I would be awesome to know that you'd have such a friend to back you up no matter what.

I cannot comprehend what was on Rennie's mind when she broke off their friendship. I honestly can't. Okay, I'd have to admit that I didn't see the Mary thing coming. That is so off.

I mean, who would not know when themselves are dead. So she doesn't know that she was dead for the whole time view spoiler [until when she accidently murdered Rennie hide spoiler ]?? And boy that cliffhanger--it's killing me already! I hope that the sister bond carries on in the last installment. Oh well, here goes another year of waiting May 22, Fari rated it really liked it Shelves: Like, at the end, she's like.

Now I'm going to kill Reeve. But that's what it basically means! I mean, I was so happy when she was finally becoming confidant but I didn't want her to be like this mean Jan 23, Amy rated it really liked it Shelves: These books are bonkers! Me the entire book: Sep 22, Sophia rated it it was amazing. Fire with Fire 1 5 Dec 12, Fire with Fire 6 32 Jul 08, August 28th, 86 71 Oct 04,

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