Fire and Ice

Tymber Dalton
Fire and Ice
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Publisher
Siren Publishing
Release Date
March 2012
ISBN
1619265370
Genre
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance

SUMMARY
Lina thought surviving her Yellowstone vacation was hairy. She doesn't even have time to enjoy her newly discovered powers with her two hunky dragons before they and Brodey Lyall's wolf pack must band together again to find out who's responsible for grisly dragon murders.

As Lina finds out how deeply their tragic past is entwined with the present, new allies join their quest to hunt down the killer before he can strike again. But the more Lina learns about the past, the more questions she has.

In their transcontinental journey for justice against the vengeful and psychopathic cockatrice, Lina and her ever-expanding adopted clan have to rely not just on her random and unreliable incendiary powers, but on the skills and memory of a sadomasochistic immortal. The future happiness of the Lyall brothers depends on it, as do all their lives.

And she doesn't even have a Goddess 101 handbook.

Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among siblings.

Note: This book ends on a cliffhanger and the story will conclude in the Triple Trouble series.

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Jul 06, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
132 people found the following review helpful
Three dragons dancing attendance, a best friend through the centuries and a sudden wealth of family, what more could an orphaned girl want? We are back in the world of Baba Yaga, dragons, werewolves and more. Lina is back with her two hot dragon men, Jan and Rick.

Lina is the human reincarnation of the Goddess. This time around, she remembers her past lives and is ready for the confrontation against the cockatrice. What is a cockatrice? Apparently it's a two-legged dragon with the head of a rooster and it's mean, jealous, greedy, malicious and petty. There isn't a single redeeming quality in the cockatrice. Their goal? Destroy all other shifters and dominate the world.

Lina and her allies, the werewolves, are here to stop the cockatrice once and for all. This latest installment answers many questions and shows how this all began. It seems as if Baba Yaga isn't as objective as she's supposed to be. She continues to answers questions in riddles. We are introduced to her sisters and see how they are tangled into helping to stop the cockatrice.

A new character who I really enjoyed was Callie. She is Baba Yaga's younger sister. Her interaction with Daniel Blackestone turned the heat up from zero to sixty in a blink of an eye. Daniel is an alpha male who makes me wet. Their struggle to see who comes out on top was hot. The sex was just how I like it - rough. This tangent could have thrown the story off; instead, it enhanced it for me. It showed another part to the world which helped move us closer to the end game.

I have to admit, I didn't like Lina so much the first part of this story. She was a bit too whiny for me. I was more interested in learning about the Tablet of Trammel. The mystery of solving how it came to be, where it was and what it did fascinated me. Tying in the wolves from Triple Trouble has me all excited. This takes place before the Lyall triplets, Ain, Brodey, and Cail find their mate. The way Ms. Dalton ties all the threads together is such a pleasure. It's like watching a 500 piece puzzle being put together. However, there are still several questions I want answered, and I'm eagerly looking forward to the next Triple Trouble book.

The last part of the book really did it for me. Lina stepped it up and stopped being so pitiful. She seems to have come into her own and is part of the solution. She's less afraid and more willing to learn about her past. She's also becoming a leader and protector rather than just the one that needs to be protected. This is what makes her more appealing to me. Lastly, I want to know if Baba Yaga ends up with a happily ever after. The hints throughout the book have me questioning her true relationship with Zach. There is one passage which moved my heart and made me gasp. I think I know the answer; I just want Ms. Dalton to validate it in the end game. I highly recommend this story to paranormal lovers who enjoy dragons, werewolves and shifters, oh my!
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