Arctic Fire (Fire and Ice #2)

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For the past six years, Quinn has looked forward to the day when she would finally have her revenge against the vampire who slaughtered her family. What she never expected is for that vampire to walk into Clint’s bar and unleash terror and death on her small desert town. With more people dying every day, Quinn realizes she must delve deeper into her power than she’s ever wanted or dared to before in order to save her loved ones.

As new enemies and allies arise and good friends are lost, Julian will do whatever it takes to keep Quinn from the clutches of the vampire who stalks and torments her. Even if it means becoming the vampire he once was and swore he’d never be again.

***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+***

Book Info

  • Original Title:Arctic Fire (Fire and Ice #2)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.64 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:9781310481215
  • ASIN:-
  • Publisher:Published February 21st 2016 by Erica Stevens

Content

CHAPTER 1


“You know Clint is going to be pissed at me for letting you stay in here after hours.”

Julian shrugged at Quinn’s words. He draped his arm around the back of the chair as he leaned back to watch her wipe off one of the last tables. “Don’t care,” he replied.

She shot him a look as she tucked her rag into her apron and stepped away from the table. That look guaranteed she wouldn’t be as cuddly tonight as she had been last night, but he was willing to have her annoyed with him if it meant keeping her safe.

Plus, he couldn’t deny he liked watching her as she worked. She had her chocolate-colored hair pulled into a ponytail that accentuated the angles of her face. The faint scar running from her right temple to her eyebrow, and the one running from her bottom lip to beneath her chin, were more visible with her hair back, something deliberate on her part.

She saw he...

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jesmin · 10-18-2018

epic


Salti · 10-18-2018

It's good



o_0 · 10-18-2018

Awesome trilogy


the book critisizer · 10-18-2018

meh...



Salti · 10-18-2018

I love it ...


hadel · 10-18-2018

nice one


Lil · 10-17-2018

Cute


maria · 10-17-2018

it was "meh"....i.e plain