"An emotionally intense book"

Jannia, who was raped and brutally attacked, can barely stand to be touched. She is an emotionally scarred young woman who hides her emotions deep within herself. She has put on a harsh facade that few people try to penetrate. The one exception to this is Emarr Dengas. Emarr is an alien empath and former slave, who feels the emotions hidden in Jannia and believes that she is his destiny. Jannia is drawn to Emarr but avoids him, because of her fear.

Jannia arrives late to her friends' wedding and when Emarr arrives, the wedding is over. He is so late, because he saved a young girl of his species, who had been kept as a slave. Jannia decides to help Emarr stop the person who is selling his people as slaves. Emarr must somehow get through to Jannia, stop the slaver, free his people, and find the route to his home world.

WALLS OF ICE is an intense and engrossing science fiction romance about two very scarred individuals. WALLS OF ICE was so intense that, at times, I felt emotionally drained. However, it was emotionally drained in a good way. I was very involved in the characters' struggles and the ending was very satisfying. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series.

Reviewed by Marlene Breakfield
Posted November 21, 2006


Walls of Ice
by Norma McPhee

April 1, 2004
ISBN #155316122X
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