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I live on a lake in Northern Vermont with my incredibly fabulous husband. My two children have flown the coop, but the three cats do their best to keep us from being lonely.
In my spare time I quilt and play around with wearable art, and the rest of the time I write write write. Apparently women of a certain age get a rush of creativity, and I'm currently enjoying it. Too many stories to write, not enough hours in the day.
Top Customer Reviews
I loved loved loved this last Ice book! It heavily involved Peter and the other agents from the Ice series, and ultimately tied up all the loose ends in a good way. The only bad part, is that it appears to be last of the Ice books. I wish she'd write more.
It didn't have the "I'm gonna kill an innocent" aspect that the other Ice books carried. The hero did threaten to have his way with the heroine, but she knew it was just bullying her to get her motivated to get off a mountain in one piece after they escaped some jungle terrorists.
There wasn't any `dubious consent' issues like the other Ice books, and the seduction scenes were perfect, well paced, and of course caliente!
I loved that the heros picked up another stray kid along the way, just like Killian did with Mahmoud. Finn is so heroic, sexy and just plain action hero larger than life awesome, and Beth is no bleeding heart liberal `save the world' type. She is smart and gutsy and stoic in the midst of crisis and chaos and grief.
Finn: "Then what?Read more ›
ON THIN ICE is Book 6 (and hopefully not the last) book in the ICE series. It features Finn MacGowan, whom the other Committee teammates have reluctantly given up for dead, and takes place a few years after the last book. I won't get into the plot since it's been more than sufficiently covered in others reviews. What I will say is that this book is not like Stuart's other ICE books. The heroes from the first five books you've come to expect are Stuart's trademark dark, ruthless, chillingly delicious bad boys. The ICE men are killers. They do what needs to be done to complete a job and any innocents who get in the way are unfortunately just casualties for the greater good.
Not so with Finn MacGowan. MacGowan is a return to the heroes seen in some of Stuart's earlier works where black is black and white is white. There's no question who the good guy is. MacGowan is a little rough around the edges with just the right amount of danger but he's also honorable, pulls his punches, and doesn't use sex to get what he wants -- a theme that is prevalent in the other ICE books. This is a nice and unexpected change for the series and for Stuart.Read more ›
36 year old Finn MacGowan is an agent of the infamous Committee, taken captive by the members of the Guiding Light that operates in Callivera, a small war-torn country in South America. Having been held captive for three long years, Finn is looking forward to the night he would make his third and final attempt at escape; the reason that he has been kept alive for as long as he has which still remains a mystery even to him.
31 year old Elizabeth Pennington, the sole heiress to the Pennington Pharmaceutical dynasty arrives in Callivera seven months back and works with the Catholic Charities of Callivera until one brutal day when everyone she holds dear is killed ruthlessly and Beth is taken captive.
Beth's savior comes in the form of the Irish man Finn who makes no secret of the fact that he would willingly leave her behind if it would mean an easier escape for him. But from the very first moment these two opposites are pitted together, Finn has a hard time acting the part of his usual cold and ruthless self around Beth who stirs his senses and literally sets him afire.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of Ms Stuart's best. Her writing is always always riveting and almost brutal at times. Would love a movie made from any of her ice seriesPublished 14 days ago by Maria Cutri
Every book she writes, that is. Another fantastic installment. I sincerely hope she continues the series, is love to read about more operatives.Published 4 months ago by caitlin
I read this book years ago with all of the other Ice Series and they are great. If you like suspense and sex you will love this series.Published 5 months ago by Renate Cox
I have re-read most of the Ice series more than once, and they manage to hold my interest.All of Stuart's books are good this series is a great example of her writing.Published 6 months ago by mparker
THE STORY: Elizabeth Pennington is an American aid worker in a small war torn South American country. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sheila M
This is my favorite book of all time Finn McGowan obviously spoke to me. I loved Beth's character as well. I can't wait for the next book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Krystal
Exciting, dangerous, and a thrilling ride with steamy sexual play. Like the added characters and the ending. Anne Stuart knows how to keep the reader engaged.Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love this series. If I could I would give it 4 1/2 stars. The ending was a little abrupt as are most of her stories, but still good. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Laura's