Sera Whitting is different. She was abandoned at birth, and adopted into a loving family, but she doesn't know what they'd do if they found out about her abilities. For some reason, she can control fire and has wings. Sera loves her abilities, but she wants to know about her birth parents, why they abandoned her, and if they have any explanation as to why she has her powers. But a man keeps popping into her life, silently observing her at first. But then he has the courage to ask Sera out. Sera's relationship with Uriel Ambgel distracts her temporarily from her search for her birth parents, but she doesn't mind in the slightest. She feels at home with Uriel, he understands her, and she feels like she can tell him anything. And Uriel is one of the few people who can give Sera the answers she needs about who she is and why she can control fire. But as she's thrown into a brand new world full of people like her, she faces the ultimate trial of fire with Uriel. Will they survive? Find out in the first installment to The Rage Series, The Girl of Fire.