[KINDLE] ❁ Black Ice ❅ Becca Fitzpatrick – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk

Black Ice Danger Is Hard To Resist In This Sexy Thriller From Becca Fitzpatrick, The New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Hush, Hush Saga.Britt Pheiffer Has Trained To Backpack The Teton Range, But She Isn T Prepared When Her Ex Boyfriend, Who Still Haunts Her Every Thought, Wants To Join Her Before Britt Can Explore Her Feelings For Calvin, An Unexpected Blizzard Forces Her To Seek Shelter In A Remote Cabin, Accepting The Hospitality Of Its Two Very Handsome Occupants But These Men Are Fugitives, And They Take Her Hostage.Britt Is Forced To Guide The Men Off The Mountain, And Knows She Must Stay Alive Long Enough For Calvin To Find Her The Task Is Made Even Complicated When Britt Finds Chilling Evidence Of A Series Of Murders That Have Taken Place There And In Uncovering This, She May Become The Killer S Next Target.But Nothing Is As It Seems, And Everyone Is Keeping Secrets, Including Mason, One Of Her Kidnappers His Kindness Is Confusing Britt Is He An Enemy Or An Ally

10 thoughts on “Black Ice

  1. says:

    for a minute there, I d thought I was going to have to save myself Instead, I d wandered into the protective care of a sexy older man. It is easy to criticize the Orson Scott Cards of the world for their misogyny and hatred of women within novels, but the fact remains that the Bella Swans, the Luce Prices, the Bethany Churches of this world are written by female authors It is a tragic, depressing fact, madeso that it feels like a ...

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    Allow me to summarize this book Two extremely irritating and stupid teenage girls do stupid things to put themselves in danger and then the MC spends the rest of the novel somewhere between lusting after one of her captors and hoping to be saved by her ex who cheated on her THE END.So maybe I was asking for it because I hated Hush, Hush, but I was genuinely curious to see if how Fitzpatrick s writing had improved and changed over the last few years I believe in second chances god help me Allow me to summarize this book Two extremely irritating and stupid teenage girls do stupid things to put themselves in danger and then the MC spends the rest of the novel somewhere between lusting after one of her captors and hoping to be saved by her ex who cheated on her THE END.So maybe I was asking for it because I hated Hush, Hush, but I was genuinely curi...

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    exhales slowly This is officially the worst book I ve read this year I was skeptical going in, I haven t heard great things about this author s popular series, but I went in with an open mind Which quickly closed again because from page one this book was a nightmare.Why I hated it The plot is ridiculous It has a bunch of twists and turns, sure, but they re of the headdesk variety They don t feel clever, they just feel frustrating The characters are so dumb Oh my god They were cons exhales slowly This is officially the worst book I ve read this year I was skeptical going in, I haven t heard great things about this author s popular series, but I went in with an open mind Which quickly closed again because from page one this book was a nightmare.Why I hated it The plot is ridiculous It has a bunch of twists and turns, sure, but they re of the headdesk variety They don t feel clever, they just feel frustrating The characters are so dumb Oh my god They were constantly making the most stupid decisions Not ONE good decision was made The writing is so all over the place Sometimes the characters are talking like vapid giggling love crazy teenagers, and the next they re using words like litany There was no consistency It was so over dramatic This felt like a made for tv movie Or a soap opera I could see...

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    Don t you hate it that people haven t even read this book and are already judging it Saying it s going to be bad It s like seriously if your going to go in with a negative point of view why bother reading it at all I hate reading reviews where...

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    OH MY HECK That was one entertaining ride Things the I loved I liked the overall atmosphere setting of this book I know that the LAST place I would want to be stranded and taken hostage would be in the mountains when it s snowing THAT WOULD BE THE ABSOLUTE WORST Even though I thought the plot was a bit predictable at times, I still had several moments where I was SCREAMING at my book WHO DO I TRUST WHO S THE BAD GUY WHAT S GOING ON HERE WHO S GOING TO DIE The ending was satisfy OH MY HECK That was one entertaining ride Things the I loved I liked the overall atmosphere setting of this book I know that the LAST place I would want to be stranded and taken hostage would be in the mountains when it s snowing THAT WOULD BE THE ABSOLUTE WORST Even though I thought the plot was a bit predictable at times, I still had several moments where I was SCREAMING at my book WHO DO I TRUST WHO S THE BAD GUY WHAT S GOING ON HERE WHO S GOING TO DIE The ending was satisfying and didn t leave me guessing ...

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    Pros I really liked the setting and there was some good tension The mystery was interesting and engaging although a bit predictable Even though it was frustrating at times, for the most part I still had fun and enjoyed the reading experience.Cons the characters made some really dumb decisions and I just didn t care enough about th...

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    This showed up on my doorstep unexpectedly, and I gave it a chance because I d seen some surprisingly positive reactions among friends I say surprising because I absolutely loathed Hush, Hush suffice to say that years after reading it, I still don t know if there s a YA couple that I dislikeIt s true that Black Ice is entertaining and kept my interest,than most YA thrillers, though I m admittedly hard on the genre in this age catego...

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    Entertaining at parts but to bogged down by long stretches of actionlessness and frustrating characters for me to enjoy it Here s my booktalk

  9. says:

    THAT COVER.THAT BLURB.AND WRITTEN BY BECCA FITZPATRICK I am sold You better live up to my expectations Can t wait

  10. says:

    read Black Ice with a lot of hopes Hopes that Fitzpatrick was writing something brave and different, a departure from Hush, Hush which was a total abomination for me Still, I was willing to give it a fair shot Unfortunately, it seems Fitzpatrick has a formula that she refuses to veer from and that made this book every bit as painful as Hush, Hush was And all the temptation that maybe Fitzpatrick was doing something brave and hard was washed away with every page I turned.Black Ice is the sto read Black Ice with a lot of hopes Hopes that Fitzpatrick was writing something brave and different, a departure from Hush, Hush which was a total abomination for me Still, I was willing to give it a fair shot Unfortunately, it seems Fitzpatrick has a formula that she refuses to veer from and that made this book every bit as painful as Hush, Hush was And all the temptation that maybe Fitzpatrick was doing someth...

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