Review: Burning Ice by Marisa Chenery

Burning Ice by Marisa Chenery
Series: Werewolf Sentinels (# 6)
Release Date: April 17, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 75
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review



Riya is a bit of a klutz. And how. Not only does she head-butt the most gorgeous man she’s ever seen, but she also manages to put them both in the path of a charging bear. She’d only thought to spend an enjoyable afternoon fly-fishing for salmon, not doing her best to repel the sexiest man alive. Luckily he’s made of sterner stuff.

Capac is more than thrilled to find his mate, even if she’ll forever keep him on his toes. But with the change in leadership of the dark wolves, Riya will be in greater danger than his wolf brothers’ mates ever were. Capac has no choice but to integrate Riya into his world post-haste, or risk the chance of losing her forever.


Review: Riya is a klutz and every time she gets near a good looking man she always ruins it by saying the wrong thing or hurting them. It would take a special man for this woman. He will never have a dull moment and she will always keep him on his toes. While she is fly fishing she notices this hot guy and to beat all she is being chased by a bear when she is coming out of the water.

Capac is the last of the original werewolf sentinels to find his mate. He has waited years to find her and he won’t take no for an answer. He knows that she is the woman for him and he even loves everything she does that hurts him. Good thing he’s an immortal and can’t die. Let’s hope he doesn’t lose anything in the process.

I have loved every single book in this series and we are finally getting more into the dark wolves and see how their pack is growing. It doesn’t matter how good the person was the blackness eats at their souls and turns them evil. You know in every book that you will be in for a great fight and it makes the book more intense and I am on the edge of my seat biting my nails. I never think the new book will be better than the last but I can say that I was wrong.