Monday, May 27, 2013

Fire and Ice by Genevieve Jourdin

Title:  Fire & Ice
Author:  Genevieve Jourdin
Series:  Fire & Ice #1 & #2
Published:  February 20th 2013 by Pin-Up Press
Page Count:  291
Genre:  Contemporary Romance
Shelf:  Review Copy
Rating:  ★★★★★

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Become involved with a sexy younger man. Why would amnesia strike when her whole life has had such a major upgrade?

Carter is living the life he's always dreamed of, a life with Justine, and he refuses to let a bump on the head derail his perfectly laid plans for a Happily Ever After. He'll do whatever it takes to remind her that they are the perfect couple, but how do you make the woman you love remember that she loves you?

Luckily for the both of them, her recollections are tied up with her hormones, and they have all the ingredients they need for a happy life.

No recipe required: Just Add Heat

Baby, It's Cold Outside--Carter's life is chugging right along. Career? Check. Living with the love of his life? Check. Future on track? Not so fast. Suddenly, his perfect life is thrown upside down when Justine's accident wipes her memories. He's got to make sure she remembers their past so that they can have a happily-ever-after in their future.

Do you ever want to know what the hero of a romance novel is thinking? Where Just Add Heat tells Justine's story, Baby It's Cold Outside gives you Carter's version of the same events. It's true what they say; men and women don't think in the same way. The difference is all in the perspective!

Adult-content rating: This book contains content considered unsuitable for young readers 17 and under, and which may be offensive to some readers of all ages.

My Review:

Fire and Ice combined 2 awesome novels into a phenomenal read. I really like that rather than writing 1 long story and flipping back and for the between the characters, creating a long and potentially confusing story, Jourdin writes two separate stories, one from each POV. Not only are the stories themselves able to stand alone, but they also complement each other to create sheer awesomeness when put together.

Jourdin stays consistent with characters, dialogue, and writing style between the two novels. She also makes certain that there isn’t a lot of redundancy between the two. It was a great deal of fun to read through these two novels. It was also great to see the amount of uniqueness that can be found within Jourdin’s work.

Check out my review for Just Add Heat and Baby, It's Cold Outside.

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