- File Size: 307 KB
- Print Length: 79 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated (February 16, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 16, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018GSW0SW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,455 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Desire & Ice: A MacKenzie Family Novella (The MacKenzie Family) Kindle Edition
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While this novella isn't about a MacKenzie, Danny is part of the MacKenzie world as he works for the Sheriff, Cooper MacKenzie (who does make appearances in this book). I thoroughly enjoyed this book and reading about people who we have read about in other book in the MacKenzie series. Christopher Rice does a great job in bringing to life Danny & Eliza.
If you enjoy reading about the MacKenzie's, you won't be disappointed in Christopher Rice's novella. I certainly wasn't!
However, this is not a story of Surrender written by her. Now it appears her setting and some of her characters have been handed over to other authors to try their hand at. I thought I’d give Surrender another shot with Christopher Rice’s novella set in Surrender in the middle of winter. From my experience of his writing he was not an author so afflicted by Ms Hart’s particular inability.
This is a story of a young deputy smitten with his former high school teacher who chases after her when he realises a storm is heading their way and she may be trapped at her old property, ill-equipped to survive the blast.
It is sort of reminiscent of another story I’ve read by Vivian Arend – the younger man, older woman scenario – forced together by an icy blast. Apart from the women having an ex, that’s where the comparison ends unfortunately.
This is a romp of the dastardly kind. Ex is a self-absorb crim who has dumped his ex-wife in the way of trouble and Danny is left to get her out of it and in the process make her fall in love with him.
As always the people Christopher has created are real and passionate, his writing eloquent and his word pictures imaginative.
It is, however, not one of my favourites.Read more ›
By Christopher Rice
Review by Candace Fox
Genre: Contemporary Romance
5 Candi Kisses
I have to tell you that until now I have never been able to get thru a book written by a man, but this story had all the classic elements of all of Liliana Hart's MacKenzie Stories and I am delighted.
Danny isn't a scrawny teenager anymore and the object of his teenage desires return to Surrender 4 years after she moved away and married the wrong guy. A really wrong guy. Danny sees her and know what he feels now for Ms. Blackwell has nothing to do with his teenage fantasies, but of a true full grown lust of a man and a desire to make all the wrongs into right for Eliza.
This story is high packed action thru a snowstorm from hell, 2 Knuckleheads trying to kill them and a hike thru said storm, but the heat between the H/h kept you feeling all warm and fuzzy.
Excellent read Mr. Rice. I will be looking at your previous works now.
A story that includes the Russian mob, smuggling, a cheating ex-husband, an icy chase through the woods, and a touching romance. What more could you want?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
there are better series with better developed plots and charactersPublished 10 days ago by Robert and Jo Anna Oldani
Chris rice is a good writer but this quickly turned from interesting to a predictable romance novel and that was the end of anything but T+A with "oooh ahhh" replacing a... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
This story gave me the creeps. I didn't have a problem with her being his teacher or the age difference was about ten years. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Thelma Jaramillo
Great story and well written. Love every aspect of the story glad to see some of the characters from the mc kennzie novels from Liliane hartPublished 1 month ago by romanticatheart
This is the first book I've read by C. Rice & I've read great reviews on his other works, but this one...no. I'll start with the easy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Best Christopher Rice book I have ever read. I loved that Cooper was in the book and that if feels like part of the family.Published 2 months ago by TDee
I feel like I gush over everything Chris writes...which, I probably do, but he's a fantastic author so really, how could I not? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paige Prince