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  • Perfect ending to series

    As a huge fan of K.A. Tucker and all of her books I was extremely excited to receive an ARC of Surviving Ice. I loved all of her Ten Tiny Breaths books and I really enjoyed the Burying Water series and can't believe it has ended - but I think Ms. Tucker left the best for last. Whoa man Sebastian. He truly is cold as ice, but when he and Ivy collide in this book there's nothing but heat and fire. Sebastian has a jaded past and is just living day-to-day not thinking much of a future. He is sent to San Francisco to "tie-up" some loose ends and those ends leads him straight to Ivy. We have met Ivy in both Burying Water and Chasing River so she's not too new to the readers, but we get to see what makes Ivy such a bad-ass. She witnesses a tragic event and it makes her question how she has been living her life and where she plans to go. She meets Sebastian when he stops by her uncle's tattoo shop. Their banter is amazing from their first encounter. They both have secrets and pasts that they'd rather not bring up but oh man do these two sizzle together. Such a great ending to another amazing series.

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  • A perfect end to the series!

    Surviving Ice is the fourth book in the Burying Water series, and in my opinion, the absolute best. I loved this story! It is suspenseful, captivating, and un-put-downable. It kept me on the edge of my seat and glued to my Kindle. I first met Ivy in the third book of the series, Chasing River, and her character intrigued me. She was so cool, to the point of being unaffected and detached, but you knew there was more to the story. When I found out that the fourth book was about her, I knew that it would be a must-read. I’m happy to say that it exceeded any expectations I may have had. Ivy is a totally kickass heroine. She’s strong, feisty, sassy, and fiercely independent. She’s also a free spirit who doesn’t do attachments or commitments. Just when she is ready put down roots in San Francisco, tragedy strikes and Ivy is suddenly (and unknowingly) in grave danger. That’s where Sebastian comes in. He’s is a highly trained soldier who has the ‘lone wolf’ vibe going on. Once he meets Ivy, though, all bets are off. Their connection is palpable and their razor-sharp banter is highly entertaining. It also makes for some great inner dialogue. I love that this story is told in alternating points of view, so we can see the inner workings of each of their minds. Ivy has a prickly exterior and a tough-girl façade, but the challenge keeps Sebastian coming back for more. They each get under the others skin, and the timing is less than ideal, but the dangerous situation makes everything more intense. I loved how protective he is of Ivy, even when she doesn’t realize she needs protection. As with all of KA Tucker’s books, the writing is superb. I love how she weaves stories together, combining all of the elements of a great story. Surviving Ice is definitely one of my favorite reads of the year.

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  • Great read

    I thought this book was a great read! Really enjoyed it ☺️

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