Ring of Fire is the seventh book in the series that began with Aloha. Aloha was followed by Adios and Goodbye and then the series continued with Shalom, Ciao and Sayonara. The books are all political thrillers and Ring of Fire is another extension in the Series.
The first women President of the United States of America, Rose Kennedy Schlosberg, makes the decision to retire and marry a rancher in Evergreen Colorado. President Schlosberg leaves office as one of the most popular and tough Presidents the country has ever had. Her best friends Rita Regas and Cheetah Rappaho live on adjoining ranches and the best friends build a bond as if they were all sisters.
The Presidents Chief of Staff Nora Noitall resumes her position as the editor of the Portland Oregonian but is soon sucked back into the world of politics and ultimately must face challenges that few have ever had to face.
Adding to the drama is Mt. Hood. Located just 50 miles from the city of Portland Oregon, Mt Hood is part of the “Ring of Fire” and suddenly begins to show signs of a potential volcanic eruption. If the mountain should erupt thousands of Oregon citizens would be in danger of not just losing everything they own but all could lose their lives.
Ring of fire brings forth many of the characters that those who follow the series have learned to know and enjoy. The challenges presented in the book, along with all of the twists and turns ,will keep the reader guessing.