LORD OF FIRE AND ICE
CONNIE MASON WITH MIA MARLOWE
Genre: Historical Paranormal Romance
Source: Received for an honest review from Net Galley and the publisher.
*from the author’s website*
July 3, 2012
Lord of Fire and Ice
His duty is to fulfill her every desire…
Brandr the Far-Traveled has seen the world and a good many of the beautiful women in it. His bed skills are the stuff of steamy legend, his sword sings death, and he can call up fire from thin air. No one ever thought he could be enslaved through trickery and forced to wear the iron collar of a thrall—least of all him.
Until all she desires is him…
Katla the Black isn’t just called so for her dark, silky hair. His new mistress has a temper as fierce as a warrior’s and a heart as icy as the frozen North. But inch by delicious inch, Brandr means to make her melt…
LORD OF FIRE AND ICE by Connie Mason with Mia Marlowe is an exciting historical paranormal romance. It is fast paced and action packed from beginning to end. These two ladies have written an intriguing storyline with engaging characters. “Lord of Fire and Ice” is the story of love,romance,danger,passion,greed,revenge,desire and justice. With a feisty,confident heroine and a sexy,handsome,courageous,honor-bound Viking warrior,how can you go wrong in picking up this intriguing story.”Lord of Fire and Ice” will appeal to historical romance readers as well as fantasy/paranormal readers and anyone who enjoys Vikings,strong heroines and intriguing twists and turns. You will not want to miss this tale of revenge and love. With a magical hero and some sizzling romance between Brandr the Far-Traveled and Katla the Black,you will not regret picking up “Lord of Fire and Ice”.Ms. Mason and Ms. Marlowe has written a story that will pull the reader into this magical story of the people of the North.I look forward to their next collaborative effort. Received for an honest review from the publisher and Net Galley.Details can be found at Net Galley,the author’s websites, Sourcebooks Casablanca,and My Book Addiction and More.
HEAT RATING: MILD
REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction and More