Ice series

A-
On Thin Ice

Narrated by Xe Sands From the moment Finn MacGowan was introduced in On Thin Ice, I wanted to hear him in audio. Who can resist the voice of an Irishman? Thanks to Tantor I only had to wait five months for the experience, and thanks to this teaser posted by narrator Xe Sands as she developed Finn ...

B+
Fire and Ice

We first met Reno in Ice Blue, introduced as Takashi O’Brien’s punk Japanese cousin, complete with piercings, tattoos, and bright red, waist-length hair. While I was amused at the bits of comedic relief he provided in both that book and Ice Storm, I wasn’t sure how Ms. Stuart could transform h ...

B-
Ice Blue

Oddly enough, although I thought Ice Blue suffered from a number of problems, I enjoyed it nonetheless. The third in Anne Stuart's Ice series, it's not as good as the first book, Black Ice, but much better than the second, Cold As Ice. It's kind of a mess, but an agreeable one. When Summer Hawtho ...

B
Cold As Ice

I’ve been glomming Anne Stuart’s books the old-fashioned way for years. There are not a lot of romance writers who have such a distinctive voice and style as she does and I often dip into my stash of her books for some good edgy reading. I have multiple copies of some of my favorite titles and a ...

B
Black Ice

Anne Stuart is known for her dark heroes and Black Ice features one who is darker than usual. Bastien Toussaint has lived under many identities as he works undercover for the mysterious Committee. He is used to living alone and allows himself feelings for no one. However, on his latest assignment, h ...