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The book starts off as a fairy tale and continues on that path as Ice, a female ice elemental finds herself in a new town. Her race was destroyed centuries earlier and ever since she has wandered the realm searching for any survivors of her race.
Being an ice elemental gave Ice benefits, but also caused her to only be able to stay for short periods of time in each town she visited. Her natural ability to cool the climate around her was not always looked upon kindly and she would be forced to move on to the next town.
Archelon, or Arch as his subjects call him, is a fire demon from the depths of hell. He is not just a fire demon though, but a prince to the vilest of fire demons who rules the underworld for his master.
Ice and Arch meet in the small town where she has been residing for a couple of weeks and as you would imagine, their first encounter is a little tense. How else could it be when fire and ice confront each other? Immortal enemies of each other; one the destroyer, the other the forsaken.
From this point onward, the fairy tale side of the book is mostly gone as many of the events that are to come are not for children to read. Mature content and language take you deeper into the lives of Ice and Arch.
The author did a great job at the end of the book in setting up the next book and has left plenty of room for the story to continue.
The writing kept me interested and turning the pages as I progressed through the novel. The only downside for me was the plot as the relationship between two immortal enemies progressed too quickly once they had met. I would have preferred a bit more discord and hatred between Ice and Arch leading up to their eventual relationship.
With the editing out of the sex and some language, the story would make a great young adult fantasy novel.
4 out of 5 Stars. A well written paranormal romance.
I would recommend this book to readers 18 and older looking for a paranormal/fantasy romance due to graphic sex scenes.
liked it very much. Elemental beings intrigue me. At first we learn about Ice
and her journey. . . I did not feel the story at this point. Then we learn
about Arch. Holy molly, talk about opposites. . .and there is instant fire in
Arch's gaze and it is getting very cold in here. I am now fully engrossed in
Did you know that Ice can burn you just as badly as fire? Next bring in
Abadone. You learn to hate him. I think this will turn into an awesome
series. I cannot wait for the next book. . . What? No I am not telling the
ending, though some other reviews probably will hint at it. I can not wait to
meet more of these elementals. Very nice read and at 116 pages a fast read.
Now I wait for book 2! There has to be. LOL