"A journey of growth and acceptance."
Dr. Emily Jordan is exhausted after several hours of
patching up the participants from the local bar's brawl.
But there's one patient left. Big, bruised, cut all over,
and extremely handsome, Emily knows danger when she sees
it. Having had enough violence in her life, she isn't about
to have anything to do with this one.
I fell in love with the characters of Thin Ice. Emily
Jordan is the kind of heroine, though she has had a hurtful
past and gained a lot of insecurities from it, she
possesses the will to push through and remake herself.
Seeing her change throughout the story is beautifully
written as well as empowering.
As for Eric Cameron. He is such a, well, a guy. The
talented hockey player gets thoroughly perplexed by the
doctor's apparent desire and pushing him away. His
exuberant love of his sport is a joy to read. And his
genuine nature just breaks your heart. I so wanted these
two to get together.
Thin Ice is a journey of growth and acceptance. The author
captures each stage in a totally believable manner without
pushing it over the top and has woven it all into a
Reviewed by Clover Autrey
Posted September 1, 2007