Fire and Ice by Maya DeLeina

Fire and Ice: Seasons of the Vampire I (Volume 1) - Maya DeLeina

Noel Tierney thought she’d have enough time before the predicted storm to make it to her holiday retreat, but the snow hit sooner than expected. Caught unprepared on a treacherous pass, poor visibility and icy conditions lead to a crash. She lay immobile in her vehicle, stranded in a ditch in the most remote leg of her journey.

A faceless hero comes to her rescue and Noel has no choice but to wait out the blizzard in her rescuer’s unique cabin nestled in the woods. Everything about Grayson James peaks her curiosity—his valor, air of mystery and most of all, undeniable attractiveness.

For three days and nights, passions are unleashed and unexpected emotions are brought to life. When the storm breaks, Grayson vanishes into thin air, but not before revealing startling news that leaves her questioning her sanity.

Fast forward years later and Noel is in the southernmost part of the United States. She’d come seeking solace after her husband’s tragic death, but what finds her in Key West is more than she ever anticipated.

In the sultry summer, her unbridled winter’s ecstasy resurrects.

And so does the Vampire.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Review:

I'm not sure how I feel about this book. I though it was great but the withdrawals annoyed me. Overly dependent on a single instance .... I did enjoy the cast and I enjoyed the world that the author created and my interest in the h/h have been piqued but I don't quite feel fulfilled despite their interactions together. I am willing to read more books / following installments to the series but I still hope for more.

 

 

 

 

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