PDF/EBOOK (The ice king)


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  • The ice king
  • Dinah Dean
  • English
  • 06 March 2019
  • 9780263103922

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Free read The ice king The ice king Free read Ì 108 characters õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Dinah Dean Order to be jealous and Prince Nikolai hadn't earned the name Ice King for nothing He seemed devoid of all emotion­ particularly love What had happened to him wondered Tanya to turn his heart so cold that no woman had been able to thaw it The answer to the uestion was shocking and it turned Tanya's feelings into a confused mixture of pityand lov. A beautifully written story with a hero that seemed rakish and cold but was really a completely sweet beta meltsI did have a problem with some of the things that happened or were revealed in the end view spoiler like the fact that his crazy servants made him get a girl pregnant while in a laudanum haze Having a child was supposed to make him pull trough of his daze but reallythey took away his choice HE was the one that should have chosen to have or not to have a child and for sure he should have at least had the right to see the mothers face let alone pick the child bearer Maybe they had his well being at heart but it was just NOT OKAlso the heroine went way overboard with asking the hero to legitimize his bastard He himself told her that would make the kid his heirthis is all fine and dandy but at least see how the kid is getting used to you before you give him advantage over all your future kids Really I am unable to go all aaaaaaw over every bastard out there like these martyr heroines do hide spoiler

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The ice king

Free read The ice king The ice king Free read Ì 108 characters õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Dinah Dean She'd resigned herself to her dismal fate Tanya had no money and now with the death of her uncle no home The solution was a virtual prison sentence she must take a job as companion to a reclusive and ailing old woman in a remote Russian Village But fate granted her a reprieve Kindly relatives offered her a season in St Petersburg and Tanya was th. After the death of her guardian Tanya Kirova was doomed to spend the rest of her life stuck in the Russian countryside when fate smiled on her with the arrival of her distant relatives Alexei and Marie Kirova graciously allowed her into their home for a few weeks in order to experience the wonders of St Petersburg before she was sent to live with yet another elderly relative just doing their Christian duty Tanya was delighted to explore Russia s most wondrous city and was eagerly determined to bottle up every new experience It was at her first ball where she caught the eye of Prince Nikolai Volkhov and her innocent eagerness to explore her hosts staircase was the first step in thawing out the man known as the Ice King Prince Nikolai s deadened demeanor was known to everyone within the Russian aristocracy and so it was with wonder and awe that they watched the little nobody from Yaroslavl melt the Ice King Nikolai wonders if he might let go of his ghosts with Tanya by his side but he also wonders if his past misdeeds may be too much for her to understand It is with a heavy heart that the Ice King bares his soul and prays as does all of Russia that his Tanya finds it within herself to set him free Foolish man He had nothing in his past that needed to be forgiven If anything the only thing he needed was a great big hug Nikolai was a wonderful hero While known as the Ice King this hero was far from icy He was actually sweet kind yes I said kind so deal with it Nikolai considerate witty and so full of heart that I wanted to gather him up in my arms and rain kisses and hugs upon him While Nikolai definitely showed moments of dry witI m afraid I was showing off to impress youBut you might have fallen Tanya said faintly gazing at him with a mixture of horror and incredulityIn which case presumably you would not have been impressed after allhe is not a humorous man And while I definitely saw moments of unhappiness in his character I never saw moments of ice either His outlook on life was certainly dour thanks to his Rebecca esue witch of a wife but from the moment we meet him he was so so nice He was one of the nicest character s I ve ever read I know that probably sounds boring or boringly beta but it was much interesting than that And Tanya was also one of the nicest heroine s ever She was uick witted level headed gracious and I will forever love her for loving NikolaiThis was a truly lovely book At first it started off slow and the middle section of the book seemed to go nowhere But that is part of this books charm The best way I can describe this book is that it s smooth There are no peaks or valleys in this book No raging emotions or passionate scenes of lovemaking Instead it s smooth Tranuil Gentle It s peppered with interesting facts about Russian architecture and the Russian scenary was vividly described The character s were all warm hearted and so sonice There are no evil Russian characters in this book a la JLindsey s Secret Fire instead everyone was welcoming to Tanya Even the Czar was rooting for themBest of all there were no Big Misunderstandings The conflict in this book was maturely acknowledged and dealt with While the circumstances surrounding Nikolai s past misdeeds was uite odd as well as a little eyebrow raising he manned up and confronted it I loved that And I loved this book On a side note I had no idea that these books were such rare finds I found most of Dinah Dean s Russian collection at my library store and I thought why not After shelling out my measly pocket change for them I was later stunned to find that I had fallen ass backwards into a literal treasure trove At first I was not sure why but after finishing it I understood While The Ice King is not a tempestuous passionate read it is proof that romance lives and once found it is to be held on to with everything you have And that makes it very rare

Free read The ice king

Free read The ice king The ice king Free read Ì 108 characters õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Dinah Dean Rilled and grateful St Petersburg was the city of her dreams She was determined to pack a lifetime into that one all too short visit And the disturbing Prince Nikolai was there to see that she did He was acting like a jealous man But the moment the thought entered her head Tanya dismissed it as utterly impossible A person had to have feelings in. My second book by this author the first being the Cockermouth Mail which was surprisingly well put together This book is set in the same time period of Regency Period but in Russia which was a new and interesting setting to me I had read very few historical fiction set in Russia before this book and this one was full and by full do I mean chock full of historical facts It is loaded with details of every sort of architectural tidbits about the buildings and people of the time I saw that the author spent a lot of time traveling to Russia and it shows in this book That kind of historical detail is to be commended and was common for the older traditional historical fiction novelsBut perhaps because I am not as used to Russian society and its rules the book failed to enchant me It was well written for the most part There are almost no villains aside from the Ice King s late wife and her brother and everyone behaved scrupulously well Men were gentlemen to a fault and Tanya had pleasant relationships with all the women around her The only conflictmystery to the book was what had happened to the Ice King in the past and it is revealed that view spoilerhis late wife was a beautiful and horrible woman who flaunted her affairs in front of his face and even died pregnant with one of her lovers She had apparently approached Nikolai for recognition of the child as his and he had refused She then was petulant and angry and miscarried her child falling down stairs an accident which immobilized her Thereafter she killed herself by swallowing some of her medicine He had then been so downcast and downtrodden from that wreck of a marriage that he had had his own affair with one of his serfs and had a son from that affair that he recognized hide spoiler


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    characters õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Dinah Dean PDF/EBOOK (The ice king) Dinah Dean ☆ 8 Free read After the death of her guardian Tanya Kirova was doomed to spend the rest of her life stuck in the Russian countryside when fate smiled on her

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    PDF/EBOOK (The ice king) If you're in the mood for something heavy this ain't it Average light reading A little over the top at the end with the sugary sweetness and neat and tidy bow wrapping things up but tolerable through most of it Enjoyed the emo hero's slow melt Ha Didn't mean to make a pun to match the title LOTS of skimming unless you're really interested in

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    PDF/EBOOK (The ice king) Dinah Dean ☆ 8 Free read The book blurb pretty much says it all and I'm five or six book reviews behind plus some Vine swag so I'm cutting this short A uick easy read setting is St Petersburg around 1819 or thereabouts A slightly angsty hero with issues from his past that led him to shut himself up and earned a reputation as the Ice King Poor heroine comes to town and she slowly melts him down Not a lot of action the heroine and the family sh

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    PDF/EBOOK (The ice king) characters õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Dinah Dean My second book by this author the first being the Cockermouth Mail which was surprisingly well put together This book is set in the same time period of Regency Period but in Russia which was a new and interesting setting to me I had read very few historical fiction set in Russia before this book and this one was full and by full do I mean chock full of historical facts It is loaded with details of every sort of architectural tidbits about t

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    Dinah Dean ☆ 8 Free read characters õ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Dinah Dean PDF/EBOOK (The ice king) I bought this back in 1980 and have read this many times since It is part of her Russian Series I fell in love with the characters sh

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    Free read The ice king PDF/EBOOK (The ice king) A beautifully written story with a hero that seemed rakish and cold but was really a completely sweet beta meltsI did have a problem with some of the things that happened or were revealed in the end view spoiler like the fact that his crazy servants made him get a girl pregnant while in a laudanum haze Having a c

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