After years of running, Quinn has finally found a town to settle down in while she searches for the man who tore her life apart. Despite her every intention not to, shes started to put down some roots and make friends. However, the small bit of solace shes found is quickly shattered when a group of vampires walk into the bar where she works and turn her life upside down. Looking only to stop for a few nights and have a good time, Julian never expected to stumble across someone like Quinn. Determined to keep her free from the vampires looking to use her as a weapon, Julian is stunned to discover himself starting to care for the mysterious woman with a dark past shes unwilling to reveal. It doesnt take him long to realize that the vampires after her are only a part of the problem. This quiet little town is hiding a violent secret of its own; a secret that not only threatens the town, but Quinn in particular. ***The Fire and Ice series is a spinoff based on characters from The Kindred Series. You do not have to read The Kindred Series in order to enjoy this book or its successors. The maturity level of this series will grow with each book and is recommended for readers 17+***...
|Title||:||Frost Burn (Fire and Ice #1)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||286 pages|
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Frost Burn (Fire and Ice #1) Reviews
Written under my other pen name of Erica Stevens this is the first book in The Fire & Ice Series. It is a spinoff of my Kindred Series, but can be read as a standalone series and is more mature than The Kindred Series. Recommended for 17+
I've found this one on Amazon as a freebie and since it had good ratings on GR and is also a spinoff from The Fire and Ice series (which I liked) I thought why not give it a try.
I have to say that the story surprised me, since most freebies aren't that good but this one thankfully is. This is more YA than NA, so that means no sex scenes. That would normally bother me but not this time. This author knows how to fill in that empty space with great story plot and character personalities. I liked t ...more
I absolutely love Julian. We first meet him in The Kindred Series, and we initially dislike him, but he grows on you before the end of that series. Erica Stevens finally decided to give him his own story and man did she deliver. This is a super fabulous read and I highly recommend it.
This is a great read. I love the characters Julian and Quinn.once you start you will not be able to put it down.
I love this book! I have read so very many books about vampires, and most of those have a rather predictable type of vampire. The vampires in this book have unique abilities I've never seen in any other books. I really loved the underlying story (Hunters, Guardians, Elders and The Commission). I really enjoyed Quinn and her backstory and secret, and the way she interacted with Julian and his group. I have already purchased the next book in the series and can't wait to finish it and see wh ...more
Really Good Vampire Story
Julian (600year old vampire) and his crew of hunters and guardians , Chris and Melissa (hunters ),Zack, Luther and Leo come into a small town to rest where at a bar they find a young female vampire Quinn, who has way more power than she should have,she is someone they must protect she is to important to let vampires who are hunting for her have her .Julian and Quinn must learn to trust and work out their feelings for each other to survive. Can they do it?
Three and a half
For six lonely years Quinn has thought only of revenge against the mysterious vampire who murdered her family. She remembers the blood, the pain and also her rebirth as one of the undead herself. She usually moves around but has recently settled in a small bar in the desert and yes maybe she’s started to feel that she belongs. Everything changes when vampires show up at the bar and an ancient prophecy seems to connect to Quinns unusual power. Suddenly she’s the prey and with so ...more
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