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Product Details

  • File Size: 205 KB
  • Print Length: 171 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (June 6, 2008)
  • Publication Date: June 6, 2008
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001CMQ6JY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #415,776 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Leigh Wyndfield lives in rural Virginia with her grumpy cat Boo, a sweet old lab named Murphy and the best guy in the world. A city girl at heart, she's embracing the mysteries of growing blueberries and waking up to bunnies running from foxes in her front yard. Traveling and working a day job round out her time - oh and running for exercise (a slow, painful process she's been told is good for her, although that's hard to believe since it never once has been fun). She writes romance fiction that is out of this world.

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 6, 2010
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I have never read this author but I thoroughly enjoyed this story and would gladly read another.

The disfigured Hero's fear, pain and pride were wonderfully described and I felt myself wanting to reach out and gently touch his scars to reassure him -at exactly the same times Aidan touched Warwick. Don't get me wrong, Warwick was a brutally strong hot male character-but we were so privy to his thoughts within this story that we began to get those protective feelings Aidan acquired. We saw the extremely handsome man Warwick really was.

The passion and romace are well mixed with so much strengh and wit from both characters that sometimes you're not sure who the real Hero should be in this story.

For everyone who likes the strong-take matters into her own hands Heroines--this is definately the book for you! She is a one WOMAN rescue squad that is the perfect match for our mysterious- masked hired guard Warwick. The sex between them is hot and wicked as well.

enjoy!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By macawesome on February 6, 2010
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If you like your women hard and your men harder this is a steamy romp with just enough familial devotion and revenge to tie a plot around some explicit sexual, and perhaps romantic, content. Something to have fun with, but don't expect great literature.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. L. Schaible on February 13, 2010
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First: This book is not appropriate for kids or young adults. It is great for adults, not so much for younger kids if you want them to stay kids.
I loved this book. The space thing was not unbelievable and the story flowed well. The spark the main 2 have is awesome and rarely found in the real world. Which is one of the reasons I read books, to get out of the real world. :) If you like a little fantasy, this book will spark your interest.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BBMoreB VINE VOICE on April 1, 2010
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This was a free kindle book that I got a couple of months ago. When I read the product description it didn't seemed like something I would like. But I love to read different authors and genres, and I ended up surprised. Don't normally like things that are in this setting - planets and space. However, the setting doesn't impact the story at all - the only real mention is when they are traveling.

The heroine, Aidan, is a pilot trying to help her degenerate brother, an addicted gambler. The hero, Warwick, is an enforcer with only vengeance keeping him going.

The author set the two characters up well and the romance between them was well written. This short story is a great jumping off point - I am looking forward to other installments in this series. I am glad I took a chance and downloaded this book while it was free - otherwise I would have pass up a good read.
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Aidan is a futuristic transport pilot on the hook for her brother's gambling debts. Warwick is masked muscle for a corrupt businessman as he saves up for the revenge of the death of his parents. When they meet up, sparks fly and worlds tremble.

Icy Heat isn't going to win any "best written book ever" awards, but I really liked it. And I don't usually like or read futuristic sci/fi novels. Definitely character driven, this story is way more about the people, Aidan and Warwick, than it is about world building or plot development - and that's okay. I wasn't expecting it to be heavy in those areas. But what it IS is surprisingly GOOD with the characters.

Aidan is a control freak and has a history of not caring at all for physical contact. She's got a deep love and sense of obligation for her brother Zach, who is addicted to gambling and racking up big debt. I like that she's strong and smart without being a total bitch, and I was actually impressed with a particular scene in which she has to deal with the reality of killing a man. It wasn't focused on for long, but that there was any thought at all given to the complex emotions such an action stirs up, however accidental the killing, was a surprisingly fresh change on the kick-ass and almost conscienceless killer heroines of most urban fantasy/sci fi stuff I read.

Warwick is scarred and damaged from those scars, keeping his face and body hidden as his cold heart and colder life is given over to exacting revenge on the man responsible for his parents death and the scars he keeps hidden. When he meets Aidan and starts to spend time with her, his vulnerability shines through and makes him eminently likable. He really is what made me like the story as much as I did.
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Icy Heat is was a surprisingly entertaining and enjoyable futuristic romance that was well written and kept the reader turning the page.

Aidan has to save her brother from himself once again when he lands himself in trouble with a gambling debt, promising herself this will be the last time she has two choices to save her brother. Steal a trinket or become a mistress, she decides to try her hand at stealing the trinket knowing she could never be someones mistress. But when she enlists War to help her she becomes to think it was a mistake because she's beginning to have feelings for him and regrets for using him.

War was disfigured when he was a child, since then he has always warn a mask to hide his face, but when Aidan asks him to take her to a party he will have to take her as a date. Meaning she has to see his face, and when she doesnt react he doesnt know if she's faking or not. But when he learns of her betrayal he has to determine if the feelings he has for her are enough, because very soon they are going to be put to the test.

Icy Heat is an entertaining short story with enough heat to keep your heart racing and enough suspense to keep you turning the page.

ash
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