The Book Worm: Review: Warrior of Ice

Monday, January 23, 2017

Review: Warrior of Ice


Physically and emotionally scarred, Lady Taryn of Ossoria knows no man would want her for a wife. Nonetheless, she's determined to free her father from his merciless overlord and enlists powerful warrior Killian MacDubh to help.

He has his own motives for confronting the High King... Born a bastard, Killian longs to carve out a place for himself. Unaware of her true beauty, Taryn is an alluring distraction to his plan, but as traitors are revealed and loyalties tested, their forbidden love becomes the only thing worth fighting for!

Genre: historical romance

Publishing date: June 2015

Mature content: yes

Review: During the first few pages I was on the fence about Warrior of Ice, but I kept thinking that there was more than meets the eye in this book, and I wasn't wrong. Yes, there are a few holes in the plot here and there, and some passages could have been better written, but the romance is interesting and the suspense is even better, so be prepared for a few unexpected twists and turns. The end felt a bit rushed, but the story flowed at a constant pace and kept me interested until the end. Recommended. 


Warrior of Ice is book one in the Warriors of Ireland series, and I intend to check out book two (Warrior of Fire) really soon.

Happy readings,

the book worm, book blog

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