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Review: Bridget’s Bane (Icehome, #12) by Ruby Dixon

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Review: Bridget’s Bane (Icehome, #12) by Ruby DixonBridget's Bane by Ruby Dixon
Series: Icehome #12
on December 16, 2020
Genres: Erotic Romance, Science Fiction Romance
Pages: 342
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited

A’tam is the worst.

Sure, he’s the prettiest man on the beach, but he’s a terrible listener. I’ve told him a dozen times that we’re not compatible - in SO many ways - and he refuses to take no for an answer. He had his chance with me, and he blew it.

But A'tam thinks we should be mates. He thinks he can just woo me enough to change my mind. He thinks that sultry kisses and soft touches are the way to a girl’s heart. He thinks that if he shows me that he can be everything I need, I’ll just fall right back into his arms and forget the past.


He might be right.

Because I want him again and I really, really shouldn’t.


Bridget’s Bane is book twelve in the Icehome series by Ruby Dixon. This series needs to be read in order.

Bridget & A’Toms relationship has been presented throughout the books in the series, so we have seen a bit of their “not so relationship,” how they interact together, and how they interact with the tribe.

Honestly I didn’t care for Bridget the moment she had a meltdown about her and A’toms one night together. This turned me off on her. It was ridicules.

This story wasn’t the best for me. It has to do with their lack of communication and how neither A’tom nor Bridget can communicate. If they could just talk to each other than their relationship would have be so much better. They do go to therapy with Steph, but man Bridget has a lot of hangups and major issues.

As for our hero, A’tom, he’s got a strong personality and he didn’t take the time to listen. He think’s it’s his way only.

Bridget’s Bane was not my favorite. I had a lot of issues with this one and the two lead characters. I’m glad it’s over and I’m hoping the next Icehome novel is more enjoyable.

Rated: 2.5 Stars

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