As punishment for plotting with his brothers to steal immortality, Garreth is suffering a freezing torment until the end of time. Again and again his fierce fighter's physique is frozen into a chiseled ice sculpture, his heart hardening like a diamond in his chest - only to thaw and resume the chilling torture. Until, like his older brother, Dethan, he is offered a reprieve from a goddess - in exchange for his allegiance in a celestial civil war.
Garreth lives to fight and fights to live. But while laying siege to an embattled city, he finds another reason to go on - a beautiful warrior woman named Sarielle, who commands a mythic beast through a mysterious and powerful bond. Terrified of her strength, the city rulers have kept her captive, and now she refuses to submit to a new master. As Garreth seeks to unleash her passion and melt the icy resistance of her heart, will he become her ultimate salvation - or lead them both to greater destruction?
©2015 Jacquelyn Frank (P)2015 Tantor
I love Jacquelyn Franks books I have every single audiobook. The narrator pulls you into the world and leaves you there. That is very important to me. Can't wait for the rest of the series.
This is the second in a series of great stories. Looking forward to the next installment. 😍 another great series and the next sounds to be just as good but different from the rest.
Conquering cities, armour, horses and dragons you think this fantasy story is in medieval times, then the author screws up and inserts totally contemporary items, speech, thinking, etc... It's like she wrote the story but not very conscientiously. Loose ends, how did heroine throw the master up in the air. That went no where. Sorry but main characters are all wimps and very shallow. Don't know if I will continue with series. Narrator did a wonderful job.
I love losing myself in books of any kind
This book is very good Jacqueline Frank is one of my favorite authors.
I find that love conquers all is long as you work hard towards for it, is my favorite types of romantic stories.
In the end the characters deserved their HEA because they suffered and sacrificed to obtain happiness.
So sweet... I can't wait for the next book in the series
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