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Cold as Ice: A Tempered Steel Novel (Tempered Steel Series Book 6) Kindle Edition
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- Book 6 of 6 in Tempered Steel Series
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About the Author
- ASIN : B01N9YK2KT
- Publication date : March 7, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 1206 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 255 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #335,359 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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What a continuation to the series…Nick and Rebecca have an on again/off again relationship and now he needs to rescue her again…he needs her back as in forever....
Nick and the rest of his brothers are trying to get to Pye and end this feud once and for all but….things keep happening and it’s like there is no end in sight. Will Pye take Rebecca away from Nick for good or will he enlist more help from another unknown (but good guy) to get her back???
What an intense, suspenseful, tension grabbing, steamy and love filled story to keep you reading and waiting for the next book.
I am rating Cold as Ice (Tempered Steel Series Book 6) by Maggie Adams 4.6 stars! Job well done!
Top reviews from other countries
In Cold As Ice we see Nick push Rebecca away after claiming her after he helped rescue her in Forged In Fire, he just didn't think he's good enough for her whilst she knows he is even when he's breaking her heart. And these 2 have different dire consequence whilst Rebecca decides to do her own PI investigation in looking for Pye's book. If you think Lucky's time in Vegas was bad wait and see what happens when Rebecca & Nick are there. Here is where we meet new character Jonas Blackshires, whose there to help them get Pye as he's want him also & happens to help them more than either of them could ever think of.
Things are pretty drastic here until Nick thinks he's going to loose her to another.
Really Recommend Maggie's latest as things take turns in different twists and turns and here's hoping things will be turning out for the better for Coalson Family...... 💞
We've followed the misfortunes, ups and downs and happiness of the Coalson family from the first book in the series and CaI (book 6) brings about more twists and turns, danger to the family, new additions and follows a relationship that we first glimpsed in the fifth book, Forged in Fire.
While I loved the action and suspense in the continuation of the story arc that we've been following and for the most part I really liked Rebecca, I found it really quite difficult to like or engage with Nick's character. Together they set the sheets on fire and though he made some of the right moves and seemed to be into Rebecca, at points I just didn't feel that he was the right guy for her. While reading the story he did grow on me but I just didn't have that same interest as I had for his brothers have in their own stories.
Action packed, suspenseful, fast paced and hot, this was a great read and I'm looking forward to the next book/instalment to see where things go from here.
Cold as Ice works as a standalone but, to fully appreciate all that happens in the story, I'd recommend you read the series in it's entirety. 4*