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Review: Gail’s Family (Icehome, #3.5) by Ruby Dixon

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Review: Gail’s Family (Icehome, #3.5) by Ruby DixonGail's Family by Ruby Dixon
Series: Icehome #3.5
on November 3, 2018
Genres: Erotic Romance, Science Fiction Romance
Pages: 63
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited

I’ve had a full life: wife, mom, divorcee…and then alien property. All of that’s changing now that I’m on the ice planet. Here, I’m free again, and I’ve found love once more. Vaza’s older and a widower, but he knows how to make a woman smile both in the furs and out of them.

Everyone around me has a baby in their arms or in their belly, though, and it’s hard to be the only one without. I love nothing more than being a mama…and when I hear there’s an orphan at the Icehome camp, I want to adopt him. Vaza and I have so much love to give, but will an alien baby love us back?

(Psst! This story does not stand alone. Start with LAUREN’S BARBARIAN! You’ll be glad you did!)


Gail’s Family is a novella taking place after Willa’s Beast and before Angie’s Gladiator.

The series needs to be read in order.

It’s a cute read. It’s not like the previous books in that we get a full romance and resonates.

Gail is over 50 who will not resonate and Vaza is an older alien. Gail and Vaza are clearly already in an adorably loving and stable relationship, something that has developed in the background of the other books. Both have found pleasure and a relationship that works, but both miss not having children of their own. They get a chance in this story to adopt.

Z’rhen is adorable and somewhat cranky. I enjoyed both Gail and Vaza’s POV. Their relationship is nice and they make a family together.

This was nice slice into the life of the Icehome series. If you enjoy sexy aliens then I recommend picking up Dixon novel.

Rated: 3.5 Stars

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