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Heart of Ice Paperback – February 19, 2015
About the Author
Sibelle Stone is the pseudonym for award-winning romance author Deborah Schneider. As Deborah she writes Western and Americana romance novels. As Sibelle she writes historical romance with paranormal element and steampunk romance. Deborah’s books include, Beneath a Silver Moon, which was a finalist in the New Historical Voice contest and won a Molly Award from the Heart of Denver RWA, and Promise Me, which won an EPIC award for Best Western Romance. Both Sibelle and Deborah reside in a small town near the Cascade Mountains in the Pacific Northwest. Deborah is employed by one of the busiest libraries in the country and has been recognized by Romance Writers of America as Librarian of the Year. Sibelle is independently wealthy and spends her time writing and wearing very nice hats.
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Top customer reviews
Meet, Lucinda Stafford, a a strong, determined, independent, Governess, in need of a job and Grayson Throne,a revolutionary inventor, geothermal (he is trying to use steam to make electricity) and he is in need of a Governess for his two young children, Mair and Niels.
While, Grayson is trying to improve his Geothermal Plant, some is out to stop him.
Well written with engaging,interesting characters and a unique, intriguing storyline. It is a steady paced tale filled with a uniqueness, and a bit of suspense. Not just another Governess and Gentleman.
With danger lurking, passionate embraces, an inventor, a huge, dark secret, two smart, but sad young children, a Governess, an apparition, a legend, and romance, a reader will be filled with wonder and lost in a vortex of discovery. Impressionable, intriguing, inspiring and compelling. Fans of Suspense, Steampunk, Paranormal, and Historical Romance are sure to enjoy this unique tale. If you enjoy a wide variety of genres in one powerful story then, look no further, you will find it in "Heart of Ice".
*Received for an honest review from the publisher through Net Galley*
**Cross-posted on My Book Addiction Reviews dot com**
Heat rating: Mild
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
The heroine was a wealthy, young woman who had been staying abroad with an aunt. Her stepmother was busily trying to get her married off. The stepmother wasn't an evil woman -- just a bit of a social climber as she had been an actress before marrying the heroine's father. However the heroine wanted to prove she could look after herself, and she really had no romantic feelings for the man the stepmother picked out. So she gets her aunt to write a letter of recommendation. The heroine travels to Iceland as she wants to see a volcano and finds employment as a governess.
The hero is a busy fellow, working on harnessing on geothermal power. His wife had lost her sense of reality and committed suicide. He had hired governess after governess for his two children but the women had left for one reason or another. The heroine comes to fill the position.
Of course she is not only beautiful, she is spirited but kind. And of course she has smooth sailing with the kiddos and the staff, though not so much with her employer. Apparently the attraction between them causes conflict. He gets grouchy because he wants her. She has a tendency to let him get away with liberties that a proper woman should not.
I thought she jumped into his arms rather quickly.
The story was so-so. I won't keep it to read again.
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