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Fire and Ice

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Ruler of a kingdom lost to time, love was the last thing the centaur king expected...

Uriel's journey to the isolated Silvermane kingdom to visit his brother and Tarsus, his brother's mate, turns deadly when he's ambushed by enemy minotaurs. Although Uriel is captured, he manages to escape with the help of a tanuso—a timid minotaur kept as a slave for the needs of cruel warrior minotaurs. He is soon rescued by his brother and Arhanyin, king of the Silvermane centaurs and Tarsus's father. Arhanyin reluctantly agrees to allow Uriel and the minotaur into the safety of his reclusive kingdom. But Uriel is a thrill seeker, an adventurous soul who revels in all things pleasurable. The lure of a king who has locked himself away from any love or pleasure is a temptation Uriel cannot resist. He's determined to warm the heart and the bed of this icy centaur king. But what begins as a simple challenge soon becomes something deeper and more perilous when Uriel finds himself wanting, needing, far more...

King Arhanyin knows love is only part of his past, lost long ago when his mate died. To have the joy of finding his long-lost son, Tarsus, seemed all he could wish for now. Then Uriel, a brazen, charismatic centaur from the southern lands, blows into his life like a sudden storm. Arhanyin has lived a life of duty and responsibility, aging him before his time. He cannot imagine why this young centaur, so handsome and vital, would find him the least bit attractive. But Uriel does something to him, makes him feel as if all things are possible again. He's in danger of opening his heart to the bold southern centaur even as everything around Arhanyin is changing rapidly. A minotaur is living inside the Silvermane kingdom, Tarsus is finding his way as a true prince to his people, and Arhanyin just might find happiness again—if duty does not destroy it first...

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  1. great read

    Posted by Evelyn on 5th May 2018

    I would give this book a 4.5 stars if possible
    After Tarsus I always hoped for a sequel, and now finally, here it is. Readers who liked Tarsus will surely enjoy Fire & Ice very much. It‘s a great read, we learn some new things about Tarsus and Varan and we learn a lot about Uriel and his own story.
    I would highly recommend it.
    And perhaps we are lucky and will get another one in this series in the future. One can hope, pretty please!