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Review: Raven’s Return (Icehome, #11) by Ruby Dixon

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Review: Raven’s Return (Icehome, #11) by Ruby DixonRaven's Return by Ruby Dixon
Series: Icehome #11
on August 27, 2020
Genres: Erotic Romance, Science Fiction Romance
Pages: 257
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited

No one ever comes back for me.

I’ve always been on my own, and why should it be any different on an ice planet? So when I’m kidnapped by a feral outcast, I suspect I’d better learn to love raw fish and rough living.

Then…U’dron comes to my rescue.

He’s always understood me more than anyone else. He’s been my friend and my confidante. We’ve made music together. And now that he’s my hero? The crush I’ve had on him is turning into something more, something deeper. He won’t want me when he hears my terrible secrets, though.

But it turns out that U’dron has a secret of his own…


Raven’s Return is book eleven in the Icehome series by Ruby Dixon. It’s a simple sweet story of friends, to lovers, then to mates.

The series needs to be read in order.

Raven has a few secrets that are revealed in this novel. U’dron also has a secret. Those secrets eventually come out, but aren’t bad just things people feel other people won’t like and make them standout.

Raven is kidnapped and doesn’t expect a rescue, but U’dron saves her. He’s the only one that understand her on this frozen planet.

This was a nice friends to lovers romance. It was nice to have a couple who were friends first and then went into a relationship without resonance. U’dron was sweet. I liked how he took care of Raven and talked to her about things. I enjoyed their budding romance, easy communication and willing ness to take instructions.

This novel also introduces use to two new alien outcasts. I’m invested to see what happens with them.

Raven’s Return was a sweet and adorable read. I very much enjoyed and look forward to reading on in the Icehome series.

Rated: 4 Stars

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