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Review: Nadine’s Champion (Icehome, #7) by Ruby Dixon

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Review: Nadine’s Champion (Icehome, #7) by Ruby DixonNadine's Champion by Ruby Dixon
Series: Icehome #7
on October 3, 2019
Pages: 214
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited

Of all the men on the Icehome beach, Thrand's the most competitive and most aggravating. He's cocky. Arrogant. Turns everything into a rivalry. He's a pain in the you know what.

He also keeps insisting that I kiss him. After all, I'm the one that told him a kiss didn't mean anything. It shouldn't. A kiss is just a kiss as far as humans are concerned. But Thrand's a clone, a race of people called a'ani, and he's been brought up to play hard and to win.

And he wants to win me.

But does Thrand want me for the right reasons? Or am I just another conquest?


Nadine’s Champion is book seven in the Icehome series by Ruby Dixon.

The series needs to be read in order.

Thrand is a clone and former slave. He’s adjusting well to life on the Ice Planet. His constant competitive nature is fun, but it did get tiresome after a while.

Nadine is one of the few humans that hunts. She is adapting and liking the Ice Planet, but does miss her sister. I liked Nadine.

I was hoping for this novel to be after Angie’s story, but it didn’t happen that way. The author does deal with Thrand’s “dedication” to Angie and so Nadine realizes she has nothing to worry about.

These two are good together and I liked the development in their relationship. There is lots of drama brewing for others on the Ice Planet.

Nadine’s Champion was an enjoyable read. The story does end on a cliffhanger, but Thrand and Nadine’s story is complete. If your looking for some sexy science fiction romance then I suggest picking up a Ruby Dixon novel.

Rated: 3.5 Stars

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