Review/Spotlight: Fire & Ice: A Ménage Fantasy, by Chance Carter Reply

5 out of 5 Stars

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I have read all of Chance Carter’s books and looked forward to this one. Fire & Ice is Chance Carter’s best book by far. Score this a big WIN for Mr. Carter and his readers. This book grabbed me from the first page and did not let go until I turned and read the last one. This book is truly a well written book. I fell in love with Nora, Gage and Leo’s characters. They are relatable and believable. As Nora dates both of these men she begins to have feelings for both of them. You will have to read this True Love Story to find out what happens and who wins. I Highly Recommend this book. Can’t wait to see what Chance has for us next.
Reviewed by Epiphany


Two men.
Exact opposites of each other.
I’m going to have them …

One’s as cool as ice. Makes sense he’s a pro hockey player.
The other’s fiery and passionate. He’s a firefighter who risks his life for a living.
They’re my Fire and Ice.
And they’re both after me.

They want me with an intensity that scares me.
They’ll stop at nothing until one of them has me.
Or both.
Believe me, I’m not that girl.
I never even had a ménage fantasy.
And now I’m in the middle of one!

Two men, Fire and Ice.
How would you choose?

About The Author:

Hi, I’m Chance.

A Bad Boy who writes about Bad Boys. Who wouldn’t want to read that?
Here’s the deal. I write them. You fall in love with them. It’s as simple as that.
As a guy writing romance, I always welcome suggestions from readers about the things I’m screwing up.

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