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Monday, December 14, 2009
Review - Fire and Ice by Liz Andrews
Title: Fire and Ice
Author: Liz Andrews
Publisher: Loose Id LLC
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Rating: You Need to Read
Reviewed by: Mickey
Victor Titus is a man in control of all aspects of his life, both business and personal. He takes what he wants and damns the consequences. And what he wants the most is Tanya Garcia, the petite yet feisty office manager of his company.
A night of passion three months ago convinced him she's his perfect match, but Tanya's scared of the feelings his dominant nature evokes. The idea of giving up control to someone else has her running scared. The last thing she needs in her life is “The Iceman” telling her what to do.
Fire and Ice is a beautifully written example of what a true BDSM relationship can and should be. Fortunately, Liz Andrews takes her readers through the ups and downs of this relationship from its beginning, so we are allowed to experience all the emotional angst, the devastating lows as well as the extraordinary highs that her characters experience too. She is a master at dialogue, and using those words to relay her characters emotions is one of her strongest techniques as the reader sees over and over while reading Fire and Ice.
All of the players in Fire and Ice are dynamic and personable, none more so than the main characters Victor and Tanya. They are both shown as strong-willed, demanding respect and in Victor's case complete obedience. Their interactions, both oral and physical are never casual and always well-written. The love scenes between Victor and Tanya, and the prelude to those encounters have all the lyricism of a dance, with intricate steps designed to show the reader that there can be happiness at the end. It is this overall positive tone to the book that makes it one that should be on everyone's list to read.