Daughter of Sun, Bride of Ice

Ice and Fate Duology, Book 1
Narrated by: Rena Gail
Series: Ice and Fate Duology, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 44 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy
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To save a kingdom, she must lose her heart.

Born a princess in a land where the sun never sets, Arynne longs for the freedom to use her inborn magic. When an emissary from the dark side of the world requests an alliance sealed by marriage, Arynne jumps at a chance to escape the rules of her homeland. Even if it means marrying a prince she's never met and never seeing the sun again.

The starlit kingdom of Frorheim believes that only a marriage of a Solean sun princess to their star prince will thwart the return of a feared sorcerer. Arynne meets the qualifications, but the journey is perilous. Even more dangerous to Arynne, however, is her growing attraction to the roguish Frorian soldier, Kajik. 

In the throes of true love, Arynne rues her betrothal to the unknown prince. Can she follow her heart knowing that if she forsakes her vow, Frorheim is doomed, and herself along with it?

©2019 H.L. Burke (P)2019 H.L. Burke

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A tale of two climates.

I greatly enjoyed this production of H. L. Burke's Daughter of Sun, Bride of Ice. As great as Burke's prose is it's narrator Rena Gail who truly shines. She goes far beyond simply reading aloud.

She differentiates voices from one another, and adds effects such as two people actually talking in unison.

She sings.

The story spans two nations with different languages, allowing the narrator to play with accents to distinguish each.

Fans of Marvel movies will particularly enjoy this story as the voice actor basically does Thor for Kay and Suri for Ayran.

I recommend this audiobook to anyone looking for an entertaining escape. And I certainly hope that this narrator returns for the second book in this series.