Saturday, April 25, 2009

Joyfully Reviewed review of Nicole Gestalt's "Cold Fire"

Patrice F. said:

""Cold Fire" carries the innocent feel of a fairytale. There’s magic and whimsy, ice that doesn’t melt, an injured maiden and an alluring hero to care for her. Alice is victimized, but she shows courage. Ms. Gestalt mildly hints at Kevalan’s dark side, after all, he is winter’s personification, Jack Frost. There is an air of tragedy about him, which was definitely part of his appeal. Each time Alice warms his heart, she’s able to adapt to his cold world. In turn, Kevalan offers her tenderness, passion and the free will to remain or not. This is a sweet love story for anyone that enjoys a touch of eroticism with their romance."

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