Rhayne’s Review – Cold As Ice by Cassandra Carr

Posted April 4, 2012 by DiDi in Erotic, Recommended Reads, Reviews, Rhayne, Week of 4/1 / 6 Comments

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Luc, Carter, and Jake make up the Buffalo Intimidators’ top scoring line and play together both on and off the ice, with a history of sharing women. Each of them is also a client of massage therapist Eva. When they decide they want to be more than just clients, they approach her about having a ménage a quatre.

Eva’s been secretly lusting after the guys for months, but was afraid to say anything in an attempt to keep her relationship with the guys on a strictly professional level. Besides, how could she pick just one when such mouthwatering displays of masculinity are spread out on her massage table every day? She agrees to the ménage, but when serious health problems begin to plague members of the team, will she want more than a quick score with her hockey boys?

Rhayne’s Thoughts:
Cold as Ice is the second book of the Buffalo Intimidator Series that follows a professional hockey team.

In this book we meet Leo, Luc and Carter. Eva is their massage therapist who they want more from than just a full body rub. The guys have shared women before, but Eva is different for them. They want more than just one night of passion, they want a relationship. Eva is the recipient of the ultimate “Hat Trick” scoring three guys in a single game.

This book is definitely written by a hockey fan. I loved the details that were written about the game and the team. The locker room banter, talk of pranks between the players, the details of the points and playoffs were genuine.

I liked how the four characters only pay attention to what they all want out of this ménage relationship and not what others think.

There is a secondary story line apart from the bond forming between the guys and Eva. I liked this aspect. Not only is it an issue that I am sure is common among professional athletes; it added another layer to this story.

Ms. Carr definitely knows how to melt the ice with her scorching sex scenes. She does a great job describing the setting . Even though there are a lot of body parts getting tangled together, it flows well and there is no question as to whose dangly parts are where.

I can’t wait to see how this series continues.

Rhyane gives Cold As Ice
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Posted April 4, 2012 by DiDi in Erotic, Recommended Reads, Reviews, Rhayne, Week of 4/1 / 6 Comments

6 responses to “Rhayne’s Review – Cold As Ice by Cassandra Carr

  1. How in the heck have I missed a new series by Cassandra Carr? Too many favorite authors and too little time I guess! Thanks Rhayne for alerting me to this series, while I’m not a hockey fan I am a Cassandra fan so I’ll be checking out the series based on your review!!

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