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PRINCE OF ICE
by Emma Holly

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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Holly pairs her signature sizzling sex scenes with an intriguing futuristic version of the old prince-falls-for-a-commoner tale. Readers delve right into the demon world without too much disorienting information to distract them from a great story with surprising plot twists, exciting action and steamy sex.

The eyes of the Yama
go black when they meet their
destined mate. Because his eyes
have not yet turned dark, Corum, the prince of Midarri, is encouraged
by his parents to take a pillow girl
to help him with his sexual awakening.

But passion and danger ignite
when Corum unknowingly selects Xishi, his childhood companion who was banished to an orphanage after it was decided that she was exacerbating Corum's genetic defect to feel emotions -- an unacceptable trait amongst the Yama. As Corum and Xishi reunite,
the repercussions of their union are felt throughout the Yama world. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Nov., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Elissa Petruzzi

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: November 2006

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