Oceans of Fire, book 3 in Christine Feehan's Drake Sisters series, is about Abigail Drake and Alexsandr Volstov. Abby is the third daughter born into the magical Drake bloodline. She uses her special connection with water and dolphins in her work as a marine biologist. Abby travels the world researching and swimming with her dolphins, until her peace is shattered when she witnesses a murder. While trying to elude the killers, she runs right into the arms of Alexsandr Volstov, a Russian Interpol agent, and the man that broke Abby's heart four years ago. Abby and Alexsandr must work together to find the people responsible for the murder, keep everyone in Sea Haven safe (including Abby's six sisters and meddling Aunt Carol) and struggle to get past the painful history of their failed relationship. Oceans of Fire is the most exciting of the Drake Sisters books so far. The plot was fresh and dramatic, full of the kind of suspense that Christine Feehan does so well. The electrifying intrigue and fascinating characters made this a sensational story. As always, Feehan's writing is fabulous and had me enthralled from the first page. The Drake sisters are all so enchanting, and Feehan does an amazing job of giving the reader little pieces of all of each of their stories in every book, to build their stories slowly and make me want to read them all right away. I've become addicted to this series - just as I was to Christine Feehan's Dark series - so now I have to finish out the Drake Sisters books before I can read anything else - it's like a compulsion! For now, I will have to be content with reading through book 6 (book 7 comes out later this year,) and I think the best is still yet to come. I can't wait to find out what happens with the other four Drake sisters: Libby, Hannah, Joley, and of course Elle.