Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Ice of Chelsea Camaron & Jessie Lane

Ice by Chelsea Camaron & Jessie Lane

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was probably midway through Ice before I began to figure out what was so special about the Regulators Motorcycle Club. One of the reasons I like reading MC books is that while there are often similarities among the philosophies of the various clubs, they each tend to be unique in their own way and whether it’s a major difference or a minor difference, it’s what keeps this particular genre from stagnating for me. Because no matter what I expect from an MC romance, there’s always a nuance that keeps it from being a regurgitation of every other MC book I’ve read and Ice provided me with a new MC series to look forward to.

I have to give Morgan a lot of respect. I’m not sure that I would have been as open to Ice’s help and intrusion in my life after their previous interactions in which he was a complete arse. While I understand that she was at the end of her rope when dealing with her sister’s disappearance, she was most certainly a better woman than I would have been and I’m not a grudge holder. Fortunately, Ice made it easier for her to accept his help as he did admit that his previous behaviors and judgments were wrong – even if he refused to apologize, and I just gotta say that I appreciated the logic behind his refusal. I really liked how protective he became of Morgan once he and the club took on the search for her sister and the lengths to which they were willing to go to find her. Yes, her sister’s disappearance went hand-in-hand with their current machinations, but they stepped up their schedule so that they could get Madyson home quicker. I will admit that I enjoyed the interrogation scene immensely, probably more than I should have.

While Ice is an action-packed MC romance that kept me entertained from page one, what I enjoyed most about the book was that Ice didn’t attempt to bed Morgan until after her sister was home safe. Even though the attraction between the two was apparent, the sexual tension was not the focus of the story until after Madyson’s rescue. But once that business was complete, all bets were off for Ice and he set out to make Morgan his. They had great chemistry and this made the sex scenes hot, especially when Ice finally took Morgan out for a date at his daughter Brooke’s insistence (and that was a chuckle inducing scene all its own). I thoroughly enjoyed Ice and am already looking forward to the next book in the Regulators MC series.

I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed by Angela at Crystal's Many Reviewers!

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