The Tarrassian Saga
The Ice queen
On Earth, people refer to her as The Ice Queen. She is the world’s best-paid fashion model, her face on every magazine cover, and everybody knows her name. Behind the curtain of fame, her life is lonely, secluded, and full of shadows of her past.
The day she is taken from Earth by alien slavers, her life changes forever, the balance of power shifting. Or does it? She soon finds out Humans, Aliens or Monsters are equally scared of The Ice Queen. They are no match for her brilliant mind or for the defiant coldness that lives inside her heart.
Until Him. The King of Tarrassia is everything she is not. Reckless. Arrogant. Unhinged. He thrives on being out of control. There is no escaping his madness, his mating marks, his passion, or the freedom it brings. Her defiance makes him laugh, and her coldness becomes his favourite challenge.
With enemies closing in, they discover how to be strong together. The dark forces of the Universe are no match for her Human spirit and his Tarrassian heart.
PRAISE FOR THE ICE QUEEN
“Beautiful love story”
I read this as an ebook. It’s not yet available in the paperback format. I loved the female character! A strange mixture of strong and fragile. The love story is out of this world and not just because it happens in a different galaxy. It’s all fast-paced and so unpredictable at times. No spoilers, but the end was like, WOW! Looking forward to the paperback. The cover looks just as hot as the love story. Can hardly wait for the second book in the series. The story itself doesn’t end in a cliffhanger, but there is a link to the next characters in the epilogue.
I was not sure what to expect when I requested this book, mostly I picked it because of the cover, but it’s safe to say that it surpassed my expectations. I loved the writing. It just flowed so nicely and naturally. I read this in only a day, and I never tired of the author’s writing style. This book has aliens and it play with the fated mates trope, and from that you can draw quite a few conclusions, and yet it was still unique. Not only did it have the Tarrassian lore to keep you interested, it also introduced other alien species. I’m actually really curious about the Sphinx and would love to know more about them. This book ends in a way that really makes you want to read more and if I had to guess I’d say the next books will be about Natalia. At least I hope it is as I would love to read her story next. Overall, a really enjoyable read. I recommend it for people who liked the Ice Planet Barbarians by Ruby Dixon.
The Tarrassian Saga
The Ice Queen is the first book in The Tarrassian Saga. It features the inspiring story of one of the five Humans taken from Earth by alien slavers. The five books in the series are individual stories and only connected to the next one by the epilogue. The stories are best enjoyed when read in order.
The Tarrassian Saga is aimed at a mature audience.