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Fire and Ice (Mills & Boon M&B) (The Ice Series, Book 5) [Kindle Edition]

Anne Stuart
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Brilliant and beautiful Jilly Lovitz goes to Japan ostensibly to study Japanese art and to visit her sister, Summer, and brother-in-law, Taka, who are mobbed up to the eyeballs. What she's really there for is to reconnect with dashing tattoo-laden yakuza thug Reno, Taka's cousin. Unfortunately, her arrival coincides with Russian mercenaries hunting for Summer and Taka. Bound by an attraction he cannot explain, as well as family honor, Reno goes to rescue Jilly from Russians looking for her sister, with a complex, countrywide chase resulting. Reno is charismatic and infuriating; Jilly manages to be both strong and vulnerable—and oddly believable as a 20-year-old California virgin genius. The plot moves at a breakneck pace, never letting up on the sexual or criminal tension. Stuart handles the action well and sprinkles Japanese custom and language vividly throughout. (May)
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Talk about lost in translation…

In the wake of a failed love affair, brainy beauty Jilly Lovitz takes off for Tokyo. She's expecting to cry on her sister Summer's shoulder, then spend a couple months blowing off steam in Japan. Instead, she's snatched away on the back of a motorcycle, narrowly avoiding a grisly execution attempt meant for her sister and brother-in-law.

Her rescuer is Reno, the Committee's most unpredictable agent. They'd met once before and the attraction was odd–tattooed Yakuza punk meets leggy California egghead–but electric. Now Reno and Jilly are pawns in a deadly tangle of assassination attempts, kidnappings and prisoner swaps that could put their steamy partnership on ice.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 630 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 393 Seiten
  • Verlag: MIRA; Auflage: 1 (1. November 2011)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B0068WHAES
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Verbesserter Schriftsatz: Aktiviert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I love them 7. Mai 2011
Von Tina
The last book of the ice series.
All members of the Commitee found their mate, except the greatlooking yakuza punk Reno.
Summers sister Jilly comes to a visit to Japan and has to run for her life. With reno by her side. Since she has had a crush on him since the first look she took on him, it will be exciting how the punk handles ties, because in the past he had done everything to avoid them.

You can`t stop reading. I`ve read all of the ice- novels and they are all fantastic books.

Enjoy them
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5.0 von 5 Sternen It's not perfect, but I found myself not caring 20. Juli 2008
Von Jade S - Veröffentlicht auf
I love Anne Stuart. It is my goal to read every single book she's ever written, and I'm getting there! She is probably the only author whose books I will buy without even reading any kind of plot description. That's because anything this woman writes, even if it's flawed, is still more enjoyable then the best work of a ton of other authors. Fire and Ice is no exception; it is Stuart working her usual magic.

I've really liked all the "Ice" books, and ever since we first meet Reno in Ice blue, I've been eagerly awaiting his story. After reading it in one sitting, I can say that I was not disappointed. Reno came across as such a unique and complicated character in Ice Blue, and fire and Ice definitely does him justice. Who else but Stuart could take a flamboyant Japanese punk/gangster/secret agent with long red hair and tattoos and make him into a feasible romance hero?

Some people have commented that Reno has lost some of his spunk and become too much like the other ice men, but I don't agree. He's still as outrageous as ever, but he seems a little bit harder and wiser. I think he's just grown up a little. And we do get a better understanding of him-- beneath the outrageous exterior, he's actually not a bad guy, he's a brilliant engineer, and he's scared of falling in love. Aww.

People have also commented that Jilly is cowardly and annoying, but I disagree. The poor girl is only 20, and she is on the run for her life faced with numerous near-death situations. The way she behaves is realistic. Yes, I was disappointed that we only heard about her genius IQ but never saw it in action. However, this is a small complaint, as I still found her likable and spunky. Yeah, she did some stupid things and took a lot of orders from Reno, but come on! she's young and frightened, and what other choice does she have?

Most importantly, the chemistry between these two that was hinted at in Ice Blue really explodes. They argue constantly, throwing out insults and inuendos, but you can tell that sexual tension simmers close to the surface. I was worried that Jilly would not be able to hold her own alongside the larger-than-life Reno, but she does. They're a good match, and their feelings for each other are believable; you can really see the gradual transformation from lust to grudging respect to love.

My only real complaint was the plot. For the first half of the book there kind of isn't one-- Jilly and Reno just basically run around Tokyo, trying to escape various thugs. It seems that the purpose of this is to force them into close proximity so that their relationship can develop. The plot was a bit hazy; I never really understood why exactly they were being chased and who was doing it. However, the plot improved in the last third, when we see the complicated problems within Reno's family's gangster organization and finally somewhat understand what's going on. Anyway, I always think the relationship between the hero/heroine is way more important than plot in a romance novel, so the plot holes didn't really detract from my enjoyment.

Overall, this book is full of non-stop action and riveting sexual tension-- making it a worthy addition to the "Ice" series!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Finally, A Hit Outta The Ballpark! 24. Mai 2008
Von ChefCheyanne - Veröffentlicht auf
I remember when I first started reading this series. I had no notion of where the story was going, did I like any of these murderous characters? most of the plot left me lost BUT I kept on reading because of the sheer writing mastery of this author. I liked a few in this series, but most I did not. The one immediately before this one, left me cold. None of the characters I cared about and the female lead needed a sharp needle to the pericardium. Except it would have been too difficult to find the heart. Now comes this home run and wow! Can you IMAGINE a tall, brilliant, Japanese hero with a head of flame-red hair down to his waist? With a leather jacket, Harley, a master Yazuka grandfather and a hunka a' burninglove for the female lead. Just quit folding laundry and making dinner, right now! Find a comfy spot and don't leave it because you won't want to put this honey of a book down until it's read. Then maybe you will turn around and read it again! It's that darn good.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen "Fire and Ice" is another triumph for Anne Stuart 7. Mai 2008
Von J. R. Benjamin - Veröffentlicht auf
If Anne Stuart decided to write the phone book out in longhand, I would beg to read it. She's an amazing author. I've been enjoying the "Ice" series for quite some time now, and it finishes with a bang!

Reno, the flame-haired punk Yakuza, made his first appearance in "Ice Blue". To say that he's unforgettable is an understatement. Of course, he's met his Doc Martens-wearing heroine in a traditional English garden, but he doesn't know that. Jilly is the younger sister of "Blue Ice"'s heroine Summer, and loses her heart at first sight. Reno and Jilly meet again when Jilly impulsively visits Japan, trying to find her sister. Jilly's had a crush on Reno since the moment she met him. Reno's been warned to leave Summer's little sister alone. Guess what happens?

The descriptions of the various entities after Jilly, Reno's efforts to protect her from those who would hurt her, and the unfolding of Jilly and Reno's love story will keep you enthralled.

Get the series, read them all, and marvel over the writing skill of an author who can make an assassin a believable, sympathetic romance hero. Anne Stuart is the best, and you'll love "Fire and Ice".
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Wanted to love it. Meh Instead. 2. Mai 2008
Von F. Wang - Veröffentlicht auf
This book had plenty of potential to be the greatest in the series. I mean, Japanese punk yakuza spy who was also a model student crossed with a formerly rebellious teenager genius girl? What could happen? Alas, not everything that should have.

I love Anne Stuart's early books and found those characters to be well thought out. This one felt like I just got to meet Reno and Jilly for 3 minutes while they were drunk. Just enough below the surface to puzzle and so far from knowing them that I wanted to dismiss them, looking for a more developed character in the book to hold my interest.

Early Anne fans might enjoy this one as much as I did. There was enough Reno in here to chuckle in glee and enough Jilly to feel bad for her. The Japan backdrop provided enough of a smoke screen to shield the fact that the romance premise was basic interest/crush that somewhere along the way (I missed exactly where and I was looking for it) it turned to love.

If you're picking up the series for the first time, put it down and go read the others first. This can stand by itself but I don't think it does Anne Stuart's work justice to read this first.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Very disappointing heroine 29. September 2008
Von R. Moore - Veröffentlicht auf
I have read a few books in this series and while I am always interested in the male leads, who are all fairly well crafted, intriguing characters. However, I almost always wonder what in the hell they see in the women, at least to some degree. Maybe being international spy/hit man/sex god just gets old and you want to settle down with a nice, normal, undersexed girl who for some reason is in the wrong place at the wrong time. This one however, was the worst pairing I have read in a long time. Loved the hero, he was truly fascinating and I think Stuart did a pretty good job with capturing Japanese culture. The heroine was supposed to be some genius, but I did not see one action of her's that lead me to believe that she was even functioning with half a brain. Being petulant is not a substitute for personality or romantic tension. But the sex was hot and the hero was able to carry my attention to the end so that saved it to some degree.
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