Surviving Ice by K.A. Tucker

REVIEWED BY Becky Cox

Surviving Ice by K.A. Tucker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Won’t deny I am a huge KA fan. For me, this was the best of the series.

The grief, anger, fear, humor and sexual tension were all perfectly balanced and I felt each one. I didn’t put this down until I was finished. Didn’t get much sleep that night, but it was well worth it.

Ivy has been unsettled for years. Wandering from place to place until she returns to her home town of San Francisco and takes a job with her Uncle Ned at his tattoo shop. Ned is adorably grumpy and obviously loves Ivy. She is finally beginning to feel settled living with Ned and working at his shop.
Tattooing is an artistic expression for Ivy.

Then everything goes to shit when she witnesses a murder and her first instinct is to run. Fight or flight right?!

She meets Sebastian shortly after the murders. He is very charming and funny, oh and hot, did I mention hot? Sebastian jumps in and offers to help her with things that she is emotionally struggling dealing with. Don’t get me wrong, Ivy is a badass, but there is only so much any person can handle without a shoulder to lean on.

Sebastian is an ex-Navy Seal that is now working the private sector. He has never struggled with his job until now. Something just isn’t adding up and he has to figure out what.

How awesome is nutty Dakota, Ivy’s best friend. She’s a pot smoking hippie that is wise beyond her red eyes. She is quirky and in your face honest. Enjoyed Dakota and all her weirdness.

Thanks KA for another amazing story!

Reviewed by Becky for Jo&IsaLoveBooks
http://joandisalovebooks.com/
http://joandisalovebooks.blogspot.co.uk/

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