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Zach Castelianos and Jaimie Wilde meet by accident. The attraction between them is instantaneous and hot, hot, hot. Zach is a woman's dream: he's tall, gorgeous, and sexy as hell. It's obvious there's a dangerous edge to him and while that, too, is sexy, Jaimie is a cautious woman. They're wrong for each other. Zach knows it. So does Jaimie, but they can't resist one night of steamy sex. After all, one night won't change their lives - until Jaimie needs protection from an obsessed stalker and Zach, who served his country in Special Ops, is the only man who can provide it.

©2013 Sandra Marton (P)2015 Sandra Marton

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  • Peggy
  • 07-02-2017

Awesome

Would you listen to Jaimie: Fire and Ice again? Why?

I would. It was really good. The chemistry between the couple was simply off the chart. I've always loved Sandra Marton. I just wish she'd hurry with the other books in this series

What other book might you compare Jaimie: Fire and Ice to and why?

Hmmmm, the book 1 perhaps

Which character – as performed by Devra Woodward – was your favorite?

Devra's performance was above average. I hadnt listened to her until book 1 but clearly she did a great job. I wasn't in the least distracted by her narration which happens with other narrators

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

I'm not sure

Any additional comments?

Can't wait to read Lisa's story