Author: Kim Faulks
Series: The fire and ice Series
Date Published: 21st August2011
Description: Natalie Sommers is an armed bodyguard. She has completed two tours in Afghanistan with the Australian Army and carries five different weapon licenses. To stay she is a tough, no-nonsense woman, is an understatement. But underneath the tough exterior that she shows, lies the truth that even she won’t admit, that she is lonely.
So when she is hired to escort the rich and gorgeous Alexander Ash around the dazzling backdrop of Sydney she can’t help but become seduced by his fixation of her.
But it is no accident that Alexander has walked into her life, as he has met her, loved her and fought for her before.
Alexander Ash has sworn he would love her forever, even if it means searching for all eternity…and eternity is a long time for a vampire.
The Fire and Ice Series is a tale of undying passion and love as Natalie is torn between two immortals that hold a secret so deadly that it will tear her world apart.
Review: Natalie is a bodyguard, she is tuff and strong and yes she is a kick ass chick. She is given a job of looking after Alexander Ash. (Hottie). While on a job looking after Alexander she starts hearing voices and she gets a sense of familiarity.
As the book goes on and the two start getting to know each other , we find theres a twist and Alexander and Natalie were once married.
All so in this book it turns out that Natalie has another guy after her and she gets all confused not knowing who to pick.
I was really impressed with this book, it made a change to find a book with a girl who could kick ass just as much as the guys. I think Kim has a really good writing style , she made me relate to the feelings Natalie had for the two men and the confusion she had over the way she was feeling.
I think you guys should give this book a try, it was a really good read and I really enjoyed it.I'm just hoping this book makes it on to paper back and I manage to get my hands on a copy. because id love to see this book sitting on my shelf along with my other favourites.
RATING OF 4 LIPS