Title: Infernal Ice by Joceline Farrah
Publication date: December 18th 2014
Genres: Erotica, Paranormal Romance

Beneath the sun kissed skies and the glamour of South Beach, Stygians and mortals co-exist under an uneasy alliance.Governed by strict rules  known as Stygian protocol, they live by one most sacred and cardinal rule: Never comingle with mortals.
Grief stricken, caseworker Jessa Belle Jones loses herself in her job, after the love of her life, Scott Dempsey disappears without a trace. When her father announces her betrothal to Abbandon, the General of the Stygian Armies, Jessa-Belle turns to Havah, the Tinseller to thwart her father’s plan by finding her own Stygian noble to marry.
Wrought with vengeance, Stygian Raum Corvus, searches Miami Beach for retribution against the dark mage who took everything he’d cherished.
But when destiny links Raum path to Jessa’s plight, will fate keep them together or will Stygian conventions rip them apart?

My review:

~Thanks to the author for providing a copy in exchange for an honest review~

Wow. When I started reading, I thought, this isn't going to be good. I was wrong. Wow, Infernal ice was good. it start out in a rather confusing way, but it got better and better. I really liked the start and the end- I felt that they were the most connected parts of infernal ice. My copy was provided for the Infernal Ice book tour, so I'm not sure if it's finalised or not, but Infernal Ice (well, my copy) had quite a few punctuation errosr, and i didn't particularly like the style in which it was written, but I loved the storyline. The idea is abstract, and the characters are whar I;d expect them to be. So, infernal Ice in general is a book i would recommend, to those who don't mind some confusing parts. true., there were some things I didn't like but that's only my opinion. I thought the style was quite unique, but I didn't really like it, but someone else might like it. But if you like a straight forward story with no confusing [arts or complications, Infernal Ice isn't for you. I'm still going to give it a five though. Great.

Rating: 4.5 stars 


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Joceline Farrah is an avid reader of all of things paranormal. She draws inspiration for her stories from her own hometown magic city Miami Beach, FL. With pen to paper, she creates worlds where beings are as magical as the realms they inhabit.When she isn’t plotting new ideas for a novel or crocheting, she enjoys a good game of Chess and a nice cup of Chai tea.

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