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Lord of Fire and Ice

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  • Posted April 3, 2013

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    This is the first book I¿ve read that was co-written by Mia Marl

    This is the first book I’ve read that was co-written by Mia Marlowe and Connie Mason, and I really enjoyed the story. They write together extremely well, I cannot tell which parts were written by either author. It kept my interest so well that I cannot wait to read another co-written story by these joint authors.

    Brandr the Far-Traveled has been to many places in the world and has had his fair share of women. But never in his life would he expect to be tricked into anything that would cause him to wear an iron collar, let alone be someone’s slave. He does not intend to wear the collar long, no matter what it takes.

    Katla the Black has definitely earned her name. She does not show her emotions to anyone for fear that the people that she is responsible for will lose their faith in her. To refuse the gift of a slave she accepts the gift of Brandr, even though she doesn’t want him. She decides that she’ll make him work and avoid him at all costs.

    Brandr will do everything Katla requires of him in hopes of being released from his slavery, but he’s also decided to make her care for him enough that he will want to let him go. How hard can it be to make her have feelings for him, and walk away when he’s done? What Brandr doesn’t realize is that things never go as planned.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2012

    Do not miss reading this book !

    I have always loved reading books from the viking times and this was no exception. So very entertaining.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 31, 2012

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    Enjoyed

    Posted on Romancing the Book's blog
    Reviewed by Crystal
    Review Copy Provided by Netgalley

    Lord of Fire and Ice was a story that was told by two great women coming together and words just exploding off the page.

    In a way, I believe Brandr gets whats coming to him. He had been warned to not be ruled with what was between his legs, it could be his downfall. To think such a man could fall because of trickery from such young men. I liked his spirit. He went along with things as long as it didn’t go against his upbringing. He also had a lot of passion but he also kept his word and I love a man like that.

    Katla seems like a woman with a heart of ice to everyone but she hides her true feelings inside and doesn’t let anyone see it. She has always longed to feel the love of inn matki munr. Which is a deep love that a woman and man feel for each other and they can talk to each other in their minds. For Katla to do this she needs to let go of the part of herself that she keeps hidden.

    I enjoyed the way the story was written and the interaction between all the characters. You can tell that Katla loves all three of her brothers and she wants them to grow up. When they show signs of that she doesn’t want to realize it. She is a strong woman that carries all the burdens of her people.

    Katla just wants to be loved and when she meets Brandr sparks start to ignite. I loved watching them fight their feelings. When Brandr got his feelings hurt you could feel it. When they finally came together it just got better and better every time.

    The story was pretty fast paced. Sometimes I did catch myself wanting it to go faster so I could see what was going to happen next. Every once in awhile I would notice an i in between paragraphs. I don’t know if it was just the book that I read or if they all have it in them. Sometimes it would take a little away from the story because I would put the i in there when I was reading and it wouldn’t make sense.

    All in all this was a great romance of a man coming into himself and realizing that he had a gift and it ended up being a blessing not a curse. A woman coming to terms with her first marriage and everything her dead husband had put her through. She had to learn to trust other people. When they both could do that they found the love they had been waiting for.

    I would recommend this book to everyone and you might need a dictionary for some of the words but it only makes you smarter.

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