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Everyone knows Megan and Cashol hit it off the moment they resonated...didn't they? But when Josie goes into labor, an offhand comment makes Megan point out to her friend that no, things weren't always so smooth. Just because resonance is immediate doesn't mean it's immediately perfect.

But also...just because it's an instant bond doesn't mean it's wrong. Sometimes it's very, very right.

Contains mature themes.

©2020 Ruby Dixon (P)2020 Tantor

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The Ice Barbarians are losing their charm

Sadly, I could not finish this audiobook. I used to love the Ice Barbarians for what it was, formulaic HEA easy to listen to with some humor sci-fi romance. Now Ms. Dixon is trying to bring a more serious aspect to what she has already created of her perfect McDonald's meal brand of sci-fi and unfortunately, it just doesn't work for me. Where Ice Barbarians used to be an automatic buy without even reading the blurb, I think I will give it a pass in the future and then closely investigate the storyline. I got to chapter nine in this audiobook and was so annoyed with the immaturity and idiocy of both characters when they had resonated, acting like they had some kind of choice in the matter, followed by very awkward sexual advances towards one another, (I was cringing), I finally turned it off while I was doing the ironing, (so it was that bad I would rather have silence). The beauty of the Ice Barbarian series was that there was no question of HEA with an alien. So why mess with the formula of a bestselling series that was perfectly laid out on this ice world with no-choice-HEA-resonance? If I want serious self-reflection in sci-fi romance, I look elsewhere.

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