Only she possessed this kind of hold on him...
On Sale: December 31, 2012
Featuring: Xavier; Cat
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There is an untapped world of magic that any man would
Five years ago, Xavier escaped from
the Ofarian Planet. Today he calls a Colorado mountain town
home. It’s there he buries himself in his work, swearing off
magic and relationships—until a woman threatens every
promise he’s made to himself.
Cat has always known
she is different. Water speaks to her on an uncanny level,
and she channels this gift into beautiful painted
waterscapes. Now, a gallery is debuting her work in
Colorado—and it’ll reveal far more about her than she
The spark between Cat and Xavier is enough
to throw both of them off balance. Every tantalizing moment
sends them dangerously close to a rising flood of desire.
Dangerous because Xavier comes to suspect that Cat is an
Ofarian—his people’s enemy. But they’re both about to
discover a far greater, more malicious power at play...
13 comments posted.
Re: A Taste Of Ice
(Johannah Brookwell 9:22am December 27, 2012)
Well, I like hearing about London and other foreign places in general so any places not in Canada is good for me!
(May Pau 10:59am January 1, 2013)
Historical settings are great because we can learn about a period as well as a location. Extreme locations such as Alaska or Hawaii are very interesting, because the environment will affect the plot and characters.
(Clare O'Beara 12:30pm January 1, 2013)
I like hearing about urban settings that aren't the typical
"big" cities. I like Southern cities especially.
(Rebecca Whitehead-Schwarz 1:03pm January 1, 2013)
No favorite setting - each adds its own flavor to the story.
(Mary C 1:03pm January 1, 2013)
I'm a fan of unusual settings, as you know, but I particularly enjoy it when the setting is integral to the story. I enjoy feeling as if that story could ONLY happen in that place. Sounds as if you have done exactly that!
(Blythe Gifford 2:31pm January 1, 2013)
I like large Southern cities.
(Janie McGaugh 8:33pm January 1, 2013)
For romance,there are beautiful settings all over. You have beautiful flowering meadows and prairie-type lands, to waterfalls on the other extreme. Sitting along a babbling brook can be romantic, as well as a walk along a secluded beach. All of these examples are dependant upon 2 things - the Author, the way they depict it, and the Reader, the way they interpret it. Have a wonderful New Year!!
(Peggy Roberson 8:37pm January 1, 2013)
I love the story settings. They introduced me to places I have never been or will not even get a chance to go to visit. It is the best way to learn about places and the social environment of these places.
(Kai Wong 10:13pm January 1, 2013)
I love settings where I can learn something without any effort.
(Barbara Studer 2:34am January 2, 2013)
My favorite type of settings are those that are fictional but have a real feel to them. That way my imagination can take off without feeling guilty that I am not doing justice to a real place.
(Annetta Sweetko 5:03pm January 2, 2013)
romance settings anywhere were there is great scenery we can image and tranquility. Paranormal needs to be set in scary places like a cave or something . Not good with geography :(
(Danielle McDonald 10:38am January 3, 2013)
White Clover Creek has one of those down home names that can fool you into looking up the place when you're near other towns in Colorado. Love the ice on the cover as it reminds me of the icycles dangling from my gutters waiting for someone to walk by when the weather breaks.
(Alyson Widen 2:04pm January 24, 2013)
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