Publish date: 2006 (data przybliżona)
Pages no: 302
Edition language: Polski
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
Series: Knight Miscellany (#3)
Reading Gaelen Foley is like gambling for me. The probability of winning much smaller than that of losing, but occasionally I win. Lord of Ice though, was another lost game. The 3rd book in the series is the story of Damien, the older of the twins. I loved Lucien in [b: Lord of Fire|958537|Lord of F...
What I liked about this novel is that from the get go, you know what's going on and who the bad guys are. The suspense lies with how our hero and heroine figure it out while dealing with their relationship issues. It made it quite a relaxing read where you just go with the flow and see how Damien ...
3.5-4 starsWasn't sure that I'd like this one as well as Lucien's story... Damien was definitely ICY and remote. And I'm not sure about the author's treatment of PTSD - she gives a valiant effort, and we see that it's affecting Damien; it's the resolution and treatment of his PTSD that's glossed ove...