Book Reviews of Ice and Rapture

Ice and Rapture
Ice and Rapture
Author: Connie Mason
ISBN-13: 9780843933765
ISBN-10: 0843933763
Publication Date: 1/1993
Pages: 443
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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ICE
Cool as a cucumber, and totally dedicated to her career as a newspaper woman, Maggie Afton was just the kind of challenge Chase McGarrett enjoyed--especially when he discovered that she had skimpy silk underthings and a simmering sensuality beneather her businesslike exterior.
RAPTURE
Virile and all too sure of himself, Chase was just the kind of man Maggie detested--especially when she learned that he had no intention of taking her across the Yukon to report on the Klondike gold rush.
Cold and hot, reserved and brash--Maggie and Chase were a study in opposites. But when they joined forces in the frozen wilderness, the fiery sparks of their searing desire burned brighter than the Northern Lights.
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What a wonderful adventure through the Yukon gold rush and into Montana in 1890's. Maggie is newspaper report who seeks out the story of her lifetime in the Alaska/Yukon gold rush. She finds adventure, murder, amazing stories and of course loves. The love story of Maggie and Chase is mature and heated. Chase continues to be jealous and questions Maggie's love which leads to some interesting storylines. I finished this book in a day and found myself enthralled the whole time. Enjoy!
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This book sets back in 1897 and is an easy read. It's hot, juicy & a page turner. I don't usually read these types of books but I actually loved this one.
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Ice

Cool as a cucumber, and totally dedicated to her career as a newspaper woman, Maggie Afton was just the kind of challenge Chase McGarrett enjoyed-especially when he discovered that she hid skimpy silk underthings and a simmering sensuality beneath her businsslike exterior.

Rapture
Virile and all too sure of himself, Chase was just the kind of man Maggie detested-especially when she learned that he had no intention of taking her across the Yukon to report on the Klondike rush.

Cold and hot, reserved and brash-Maggie and Chase were a study of opposites. But when they joined forces in the frozen wilderness, the fiery sparks of their searing desire burned brighter than the northern Lights.