Review: Born in Ice by Linda LaRoque

Born in Ice
Born in Ice by Linda LaRoque
Release Date: December 5, 2011
Publisher: Champagne Books
Page Count: 518 kb, 221 pgs
Source: Received direct from author

Frozen in ice for seventy-five years, Zana Forrester suffers the agony of rebirth to learn her son is dead, and her daughter’s whereabouts is unknown. The year is 2155. A man’s soothing voice and gray eyes haunt drug induced dreams. When she recovers, she meets their owner and finds her heart in danger. But, a relationship isn’t a consideration; she must find her daughter.

Brock Callahan is drawn to the beautiful woman taken aboard his salvage ship. He’s determined she’ll be his wife and a mother to his young daughter, but he vows not to love her. All the women he’s loved die. While Zana searches for her daughter, Brock must protect Zana from the evil that threatens.

Review:  Fasten your seat belt because Born in Ice takes us on an emotional roller coaster ride through the remarkable journey of one woman’s rebirth from her icy grave into a radically changed world 75 years in the future. Not only does Zana suddenly find herself thrust into an unknown world but while her goal is to find her missing daughter, Katy, there is something evil afoot and she must watch her back or she’ll be the next one murdered.

There were so many unique twists and turns to the plot and Ms. LaRoque’s writing was so riveting that I was completely enthralled and drawn in. I must admit, I tend to avoid books that involve me so emotionally but wow I was so glad I took a chance and read this one. Ms. LaRoque has definitely made her way onto my auto-buy list.

Overall, if you are looking for a great futuristic/sci-fi/romantic suspense, look no further than Born in Ice. You won’t regret it!

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