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Beast. Creature. Monster. Dangerous.  

All of these things have been said about Gren. Willa doesn't believe it, though. She knows that monsters can sometimes come in appealing packages. She knows that for all of his snarls and fearsome appearance, he'd never hurt her. And she knows she has to get Gren away from the Icehome camp, because no one will ever see him as a person, not when he attacks all who come close. Not when he's tied and treated like an animal.  

She's going to save him...or fall in love. Maybe both. Willa doesn't mind that he's a beast, as long as he's her beast.  

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Ruby Dixon (P)2019 Tantor

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Perfect narrators

I love the narrators Ms Dixon chooses, they bring the characters to life perfectly. I particularly like the growly, threatening type male voice which suits the character perfectly

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***A beautiful Beast***

I know lots of people disliked Willa because of her over protectiveness and paranoia regarding how Gren was treated and I can't blame them but I find that Willa is one of the sweetest, caring and loyal girl ever and Gren omg his just adorable no wonder Aaila calls him her kitty lol. Both narrator's did an excellent job portraying Gren and Willa, I love the southern drawl.

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  • Amber
  • 02-09-2019

loooooovvvvveee

OMG... Gren voice will give you the shivers😉😍
i understand where Willa was coming from, and Ruby did an amazing job. fan for life

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  • D. Jackson
  • 13-10-2020

Willa is self righteous and I hate it

At the beginning of the story I liked Willa because she had so much compassion for Gren. As the story went along I really liked Gren and couldn't stand Willa. She said she believed people based on actions and that didn't seem to be the case. The people of the village did so much to help them and never once tried to take her from Gren, but she was still so distrustful for no damn reason. I had to skip through so much because of her bs. I usually read each of the Icehome/Barbarian books multiple times, but I cannot with this one.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 25-02-2020

A Tender Love Story

As Southerner, I was tickled with the characterization of Willa.
I really enjoyed thier love story of Willa and Gren. I hope will have more and I am very curious what their "Kit" will be since, Gren is a hybrid of so many. Bless his heart!

Bye Y'all!

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  • susan b
  • 29-04-2019

Willa and Gren

Such a wonderful story. Loved the way Willa fought to save Gren. He was a very likable character. Loved the narrators, especially Grens voice. It was tragic, funny at times and a steamy romantic story. Highly recommend.

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  • Vicki
  • 08-04-2019

Willa and Gren

Ruby Dixon is one of my favorite authors. I love Willa and Gren's story. Gren was thought to be a beast because of his behaviour but there was a good reason for it. He learns to trust Willa. She was the only one to defend and try to reach out to him. The story only grows from there. Some of the previous characters make an appearance. The narrators were great and I especially love Sean Crisden.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 11-09-2021

An other great book by Ruby Dixon

Absolutely wonderful book Ruby Dixon has done it again with an Amazing story Great characters Overall wonderful storyline.. felicity Munroe made the male parts she read Sound like old time Dracula movies lmao but other than that narration was good..

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  • Phx17
  • 07-09-2021

Two virgins with extreme trust issues

Pros: Crisden’s voicing for Gren is super sexy, growly and Monroe’s voicing for Willa is sassy Southern. The second half is fun as characters from the origin series (Ice Planet Barbarians) and this offshoot series interact with each other.

Cons: After 20 IPB books, this book 3 brings the same old plots of a prickly gal ending up alone with a hunky, but earnest, alien who worships her even though they don’t understand each other. I thought we got through the lack of a translator many books ago. Gren and Willa also have huge trust issues, which felt overplayed. Finally, the nookie-to-story ratio was waaay off, with this book largely assuming listeners know the backstories and want to get straight to it. But, I found this couple to be more like two randy teens… not very appealing until the final third, when we get a little of their backstories to make me like them better.

At this point in the series, I only buy these on sale. The IPB books 1-6 are the only ones I re-listen to, for the best combination of campy stories and alien nooky.

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  • Teresa
  • 19-07-2021

Willa and Gren.

Not my favorite of the series, but it is Ruby Dixon books, so it was good. Willa was a bit to paranoid for my taste, it seemed to go on and on until the very end. Yes, I get why, but it needed to stop when they started to except help from the others. Narrators were great.

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  • noladel
  • 13-07-2021

I Am Addicted to this Series.

This is one of my favorite stories among all of these amazing books. The narration is excellent. As usual, Ms. Dixon has kept my interest during the whole book.

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  • Shalyn England
  • 26-04-2021

good book

I love this book it's got romance comedy adventure everything I like It was fun to listen to this book I liked all the books of this series so far playing on getting the rest

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  • S. M. Mcintyre
  • 28-04-2019

another great read by ruby

always love to read ruby's books, all of them are a great read and well written, her books gets your emotions going every time and this one was no different, another great one.

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