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Resonance. It’s a given on the ice planet, forced upon you by the parasitic symbiont called the ‘khui’. With resonance, a guy and a girl are paired up because they’ll make great babies. It’s a survival mechanism necessary for this sparsely-populated world we’re stranded on… and romantic, in a weird, alien way. Everyone expects resonance to happen when twenty newcomers are Resonance. It’s a given on the ice planet, forced upon you by the parasitic symbiont called the ‘khui’. With resonance, a guy and a girl are paired up because they’ll make great babies. It’s a survival mechanism necessary for this sparsely-populated world we’re stranded on… and romantic, in a weird, alien way. Everyone expects resonance to happen when twenty newcomers are dropped onto the frosty world. I doubt anyone expects the gorgeous, golden god named Ashtar to resonate to someone like me, though. He’s fierce. Flirty. Powerful. Disgustingly handsome. I’m… not any of those things. I’m bland. Boring. Clumsy. But resonance seems to think we’d be great together. And Ashtar does, too… ___ The Icehome series features all of the adventure, humor and community you’ve come to expect in the Ice Planet Barbarians series, but it stands on its own. You do not need to read the other series (or be caught up) in order to read VERONICA’S DRAGON. I do recommend reading LAUREN’S BARBARIAN to get the full experience. Enjoy!


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Resonance. It’s a given on the ice planet, forced upon you by the parasitic symbiont called the ‘khui’. With resonance, a guy and a girl are paired up because they’ll make great babies. It’s a survival mechanism necessary for this sparsely-populated world we’re stranded on… and romantic, in a weird, alien way. Everyone expects resonance to happen when twenty newcomers are Resonance. It’s a given on the ice planet, forced upon you by the parasitic symbiont called the ‘khui’. With resonance, a guy and a girl are paired up because they’ll make great babies. It’s a survival mechanism necessary for this sparsely-populated world we’re stranded on… and romantic, in a weird, alien way. Everyone expects resonance to happen when twenty newcomers are dropped onto the frosty world. I doubt anyone expects the gorgeous, golden god named Ashtar to resonate to someone like me, though. He’s fierce. Flirty. Powerful. Disgustingly handsome. I’m… not any of those things. I’m bland. Boring. Clumsy. But resonance seems to think we’d be great together. And Ashtar does, too… ___ The Icehome series features all of the adventure, humor and community you’ve come to expect in the Ice Planet Barbarians series, but it stands on its own. You do not need to read the other series (or be caught up) in order to read VERONICA’S DRAGON. I do recommend reading LAUREN’S BARBARIAN to get the full experience. Enjoy!

30 review for Veronica's Dragon (Icehome #2)

  1. 5 out of 5

    ♛ Garima ♛

    I now understood Ruby's trick...Even though she writes about a couple at a time, she provides little bit about another couple...so you'd finish this and then start waiting for the next one, almost immediately...such a tease! I loved this. I mean think about it, if you are struck on Ice Planet, what would you need? A dragon! of course. This was fun and new! Because you have Cootie, resonance with Dragon mate stuff, fire, psychic mental link and healer thrown into mix. bit overwhelming but easy to I now understood Ruby's trick...Even though she writes about a couple at a time, she provides little bit about another couple...so you'd finish this and then start waiting for the next one, almost immediately...such a tease! I loved this. I mean think about it, if you are struck on Ice Planet, what would you need? A dragon! of course. This was fun and new! Because you have Cootie, resonance with Dragon mate stuff, fire, psychic mental link and healer thrown into mix. bit overwhelming but easy to follow through since I read IPB exclusively. I am not big a fan of her Dragon series but it wasn't a problem here since Ashtar was stolen from his planet when he was barely 8 or 9 and don't remember much of his home planet, just as well.... Veronica was likable character. She was nothing special, as per her, and I am sure we ladies can relate to that. It is just as well that she turned out to be Healer since our new tribe needs a Healer - all too convenient but I am not complaining. I really liked Veronica and Ashtar separately and together...waiting for the next one...

  2. 4 out of 5

    B.E.Love

    This book was so good. Whenever I read this series or the original I get swept right back into the world. I love how this author always finds ways to make these two series new and interesting and never old or tired. The hero was just what I was hoping for and more. It was so interesting to see how the healers work and think, I had never thought too much about it but in this book we really get to see how it all works and I thought it was really fascinating. I can't wait for the next book in this This book was so good. Whenever I read this series or the original I get swept right back into the world. I love how this author always finds ways to make these two series new and interesting and never old or tired. The hero was just what I was hoping for and more. It was so interesting to see how the healers work and think, I had never thought too much about it but in this book we really get to see how it all works and I thought it was really fascinating. I can't wait for the next book in this series and the twins books. Honestly every time I read these books I am excited and anxious for the next books to come.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mei

    Cute as always! We have a golden dragon here instead of a big blue barbarian! Yeah! He's a little different than our usual hero in these stories. He's still all mate, but he's also very alpha and he has difficulties understanding why he need the tribe when he's big, strong and has his mate with him!!?? He's a little confused, but Veronica, very patiently, explain the why to him! As I said, very cute!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Under the Covers Book Blog

    No matter what the primitive mesakkah say about 'resonance' Ashtar knows that Veronica is his mate. He has been a slave all his life and has never been allowed a female, but now he has Veronica in his sights, he plans on making her his. He does not need any help especially from interfering blue aliens, he is a champion of the arena and a mighty golden dragon, he can survive and protect his mate all by himself. Veronica can feel the beautiful golden man's gaze on her...she doesn't quite understa No matter what the primitive mesakkah say about 'resonance' Ashtar knows that Veronica is his mate. He has been a slave all his life and has never been allowed a female, but now he has Veronica in his sights, he plans on making her his. He does not need any help especially from interfering blue aliens, he is a champion of the arena and a mighty golden dragon, he can survive and protect his mate all by himself. Veronica can feel the beautiful golden man's gaze on her...she doesn't quite understand why. Not only is she plain, she has a well earned reputation for being dangerously clumsy as well. However, he insists she's his and resonance seems to agree. I have been so excited for this book! Not only are we back to the ice planet, we also have a little bit of a cross over with the Fireblood Dragons series as well. You don't need to read the Fireblood Dragons series to understand the book though. Ashtar just happens to be the same species as the heroes in that series, only his life has taken a vastly different path. Instead he was captured by slavers as a child and has been fighting for his life in the arena ever since and when he reaches the ice planet and told he is free, he doesn't quite believe it. I loved Ashtar, although he has been raised in a fairly technological advanced society, years of fighting has given him a primitive edge. He's also stubborn and suspicious, testing the boundaries with the sa'khui to see if they aren't lying about his freedom. It's cute but also a little heart rending to read. He instantly hones in on Veronica and much like the heroes in Dixon's Ice Planet Barbarian books, he makes his interest adorably and at times hilariously obvious. Veronica was a 'plain jane' type heroine, something that I like. She isn't as pretty as some of the other girls and she is definitely the least graceful so Ashtar's interest baffles her. However, Ashtar is hard to resist. So although she does have her insecure moments, she, like any sensible girl with a sexy golden god who's as adorable as he is hot, gets down to it. They made a great couple and I loved seeing them come together. It was also interesting to see them both find their place on their new home with both the original characters from IPB and the newbies. A great book in the series, as I now come to expect from Dixon, it was super hot and super sweet with a few laughs chucked in.  Now gimme the next book! Reviewed by Suzanne❤ ♡ Don't want to miss any of our posts? Subscribe to our blog by email! ♡ ❤

  5. 5 out of 5

    AvidReader

    It was certainly a joy ride. I enjoyed it very much. Their first meeting and Ashtar’s arrogance & swag made me aww! They main characters balanced each other perfectly. They were very likable too. I also enjoyed the progress of New arrivals. What I didn’t like was the way author introduced secondary characters Willa and Gren. ( i think it’s their book next). They stood out like thorn. I have also noticed that I almost never likes they way author portrays next book characters as result I have s It was certainly a joy ride. I enjoyed it very much. Their first meeting and Ashtar’s arrogance & swag made me aww! They main characters balanced each other perfectly. They were very likable too. I also enjoyed the progress of New arrivals. What I didn’t like was the way author introduced secondary characters Willa and Gren. ( i think it’s their book next). They stood out like thorn. I have also noticed that I almost never likes they way author portrays next book characters as result I have skipped some books in series. They come out as ungrateful,selfish and totally not likable. Like in previous book Marisol slapped the heroine Lauren when she tried to help, like clair snapped at keira in other series for showing concern and again when Asha tried to seduce Keira’s hero etc.. etc! Still epilogue was a gem and I will definitely recommend this to everyone.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tricia Len

    I love Ruby Dixon's Ice Worlds! Veronica and her Dragon are a hot mess! This one will make you giggle and laugh....and sigh.. I recommend this if you love a sweet love story....

  7. 5 out of 5

    Maria (skullangs)

    willa's beast pleaaaase!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne (Under the Covers Book blog)

    No matter what the primitive mesakkah say about ‘resonance’ Ashtar knows that Veronica is his mate. He has been a slave all his life and has never been allowed a female, but now he has Veronica in his sights, he plans on making her his. He does not need any help especially from interfering blue aliens, he is a champion of the arena and a mighty golden dragon, he can survive and protect his mate all by himself. Veronica can feel the beautiful golden man’s gaze on her…she doesn’t quite understand No matter what the primitive mesakkah say about ‘resonance’ Ashtar knows that Veronica is his mate. He has been a slave all his life and has never been allowed a female, but now he has Veronica in his sights, he plans on making her his. He does not need any help especially from interfering blue aliens, he is a champion of the arena and a mighty golden dragon, he can survive and protect his mate all by himself. Veronica can feel the beautiful golden man’s gaze on her…she doesn’t quite understand why. Not only is she plain, she has a well earned reputation for being dangerously clumsy as well. However, he insists she’s his and resonance seems to agree. I have been so excited for this book! Not only are we back to the ice planet, we also have a little bit of a cross over with the Fireblood Dragons series as well. You don’t need to read the Fireblood Dragons series to understand the book though. Ashtar just happens to be the same species as the heroes in that series, only his life has taken a vastly different path. Instead he was captured by slavers as a child and has been fighting for his life in the arena ever since and when he reaches the ice planet and told he is free, he doesn’t quite believe it. I loved Ashtar, although he has been raised in a fairly technological advanced society, years of fighting has given him a primitive edge. He’s also stubborn and suspicious, testing the boundaries with the sa’khui to see if they aren’t lying about his freedom. It’s cute but also a little heart rending to read. He instantly hones in on Veronica and much like the heroes in Dixon’s Ice Planet Barbarian books, he makes his interest adorably and at times hilariously obvious. Veronica was a ‘plain jane’ type heroine, something that I like. She isn’t as pretty as some of the other girls and she is definitely the least graceful so Ashtar’s interest baffles her. However, Ashtar is hard to resist. So although she does have her insecure moments, she, like any sensible girl with a sexy golden god who’s as adorable as he is hot, gets down to it. They made a great couple and I loved seeing them come together. It was also interesting to see them both find their place on their new home with both the original characters from IPB and the newbies. A great book in the series, as I now come to expect from Dixon, it was super hot and super sweet with a few laughs chucked in. Now gimme the next book!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Angela~supermom~

    Ruby never disappoints. Ever. Taking place in line with Lauren's Barbarian, not necessarily having to be read in adjacent to it, this story started off with a total hoot. Because... Ashtar. Immediately upon waking from his stasis, he smells humans. Not just any ol' humans. But unmated females. And I bet you can imagine what ensues from there. More like Ashtar trying to flirt. Yes, his attempt at seducing our dear Veronica is outstandingly hilarious and all so perfect. Totally in line with any other Ruby never disappoints. Ever. Taking place in line with Lauren's Barbarian, not necessarily having to be read in adjacent to it, this story started off with a total hoot. Because... Ashtar. Immediately upon waking from his stasis, he smells humans. Not just any ol' humans. But unmated females. And I bet you can imagine what ensues from there. More like Ashtar trying to flirt. Yes, his attempt at seducing our dear Veronica is outstandingly hilarious and all so perfect. Totally in line with any other possessive male aliens we've come across. And it never gets old. Ashtar knows what he wants and how he wants it and when he wants it to happen. And the reactions from both Veronica and the other blue aliens had me on the floor. I just loved everything about him. How blunt he could be. How oblivious he clearly was to anything in respect to human "mating rituals." It was all just perfectly perfect. Not going to say a whole lot but, DRAGONS, ALIENS, HOT STEAMY RUBY SMUT SCENCES. Not even remotely sorry for having enjoyed the awkwardness that was Gren and Willa.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jennymort ♔ The Dark Lordette ♔ House of Slytheread

    Uhhhh.... give me some more of these fucking dragons pls?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Leigh

    I've only read two books by Ruby Dixon and unfortunately neither worked for me. I think in these types of books you have to love equally or just as much the females. I never seem to have a problem with the males but the females in the two stories I read were very annoying so I had no interest to read anything else from this author until Veronica's Dragon. After seeing so many awesome reviews I had to read it and Ashtar didn't disappoint, he was awesome. He was a wonderful mixture of sweet, innoc I've only read two books by Ruby Dixon and unfortunately neither worked for me. I think in these types of books you have to love equally or just as much the females. I never seem to have a problem with the males but the females in the two stories I read were very annoying so I had no interest to read anything else from this author until Veronica's Dragon. After seeing so many awesome reviews I had to read it and Ashtar didn't disappoint, he was awesome. He was a wonderful mixture of sweet, innocent, possessive and very sexy. Veronica was just as awesome, I loved how patient and understanding she was with him. I definitely want to read more in this series and I'm looking forward to Willa's book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Book Snob Sue

    Nnnooooooooo, this is what I say every single time I finish an Ice Planet or Icehome book. I never want to quit reading them, I never want them to end. Since, I am pretty sure all Ruby Dixon fans are a part of this cult following, I have to thank her for not only writing these wonderful books, but putting up with all of her overly “excited” fans. She deserves props for that alone, because I know for sure she has some serious fans...you know, besides me😉. I also want to say...I want a dragon of my Nnnooooooooo, this is what I say every single time I finish an Ice Planet or Icehome book. I never want to quit reading them, I never want them to end. Since, I am pretty sure all Ruby Dixon fans are a part of this cult following, I have to thank her for not only writing these wonderful books, but putting up with all of her overly “excited” fans. She deserves props for that alone, because I know for sure she has some serious fans...you know, besides me😉. I also want to say...I want a dragon of my own too *stomps foot*. Who doesn’t want to be treated like a spun glass princess, especially a princess that is extremely klutzy. Ashtar is a great combination of arrogant, but so endearing. I love his arrogant confidence, and that he is willing to, uh “negotiate” with his mate. They are really relationship goals, they are really in sync from the first time they see each other. Ashtar was a gladiator slave that was stolen from his home when he was little, 8 I believe, he has seen and done some very intense things, but he still manages to be so amusing in his actions. I’m not sure another character could have pulled off his personality and still have readers adore him, but that’s exactly what happened here. I adored both of these two. This was definitely one of the funniest books of either series, between Ashtar and the other new guys that were saved too....*shake my head*. There was a conversation that Vektal had with all the new guys about mating, funniest thing I have ever read 😂. The whole book was like that, all my highlights have, lmao or ha, ha on them, because it was just that funny. It was a fun and safe read, with an arrogant and endearing dragon virgin. An adorable and klutzy healer that saves the day quite a few times. A great storyline that goes along with Lauren’s book. My only comment is the same that I always have after I read this series, next book please. Thank you Ruby Dixon for writing in this wonderful world and tolerating your cult following.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    I am SMITTEN with the dragons, people. Smitten. I mean, I liked them from the Fireblood series, but Ashtar's clueless, flirty come-ons were HILARIOUS. And the fact he just didn't see a problem with announcing that he was wearing a loincloth specifically because he was told he had to before he could mate with Veronica just made it better. Artless aliens announcing what was on their mind so they can get into a girl's panties are my thing, apparently. Unfortunately for Ashtar, it takes Veronica a whi I am SMITTEN with the dragons, people. Smitten. I mean, I liked them from the Fireblood series, but Ashtar's clueless, flirty come-ons were HILARIOUS. And the fact he just didn't see a problem with announcing that he was wearing a loincloth specifically because he was told he had to before he could mate with Veronica just made it better. Artless aliens announcing what was on their mind so they can get into a girl's panties are my thing, apparently. Unfortunately for Ashtar, it takes Veronica a while to get on the same page. Like the other humans, she doesn't have some sixth sense about who her special someone is. And getting used to having a cootie that chooses her special someone for her? Yeah, that takes some doing. Despite his warrior-like tendencies to charge in and stake a claim, Ashtar does give her the time she needs to come to grips with everything. Plus, there's the whole thing with giving her his fires and all. Bonding to a Drakoni is a little different from the other aliens we've met. I'm enjoying the Icehome series and getting to see the beginning of this group coming together. With twenty rescued newcomers and a handful more individuals coming from the island, the original struggling tribe has expanded greatly. What was once a dying group is now thriving and I'm loving where this spin-off series is going. -Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  14. 5 out of 5

    Raine

    Ruby Dixon is a wonderful storyteller! I know that this series, Icehome, connects with the Ice Barbarian series along with the Corsair series, but now I am excited to find out that it is also within the world as her Fireblood Dragon series! I also curious as to the puzzle that the girls remember different years when they've been taken. But I'm sure Ms. Dixon already had it planned out how to explain this mystery. I can't wait to read more of her books to find out if there is an overall arc to all Ruby Dixon is a wonderful storyteller! I know that this series, Icehome, connects with the Ice Barbarian series along with the Corsair series, but now I am excited to find out that it is also within the world as her Fireblood Dragon series! I also curious as to the puzzle that the girls remember different years when they've been taken. But I'm sure Ms. Dixon already had it planned out how to explain this mystery. I can't wait to read more of her books to find out if there is an overall arc to all of her series!

  15. 5 out of 5

    K.M. Montemayor

    5/5 "take my fires" stars This second installment of Ice Home is just as good as Lauren's story. This Drakoni is a bit different than his counterpart dragons and the Big Blue guys, but just as wonderful in my opinion. When the dragon and the other aliens were talking with the Sa-khui about how they could interact with the females I couldn't stop laughing. Another great and funny story! I can't wait for Willa and Gren's story.

  16. 4 out of 5

    phoebess

    Veronica's Dragon turned out to be truly amusing story about a dragon and a human. Ashtar was truly hilarious in his bluntness and possessiveness. I also appreciated that Ruby Dixon managed to create a perfect balance between our favorite khui and golden (or black) Drakoni eyes. And as a cherry on top, we got more than just a peek into how the healing powers work. That was my second favorite part of the book. "Shall we battle?"

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Armstrong

    Loved Finally out beloved big blue aliens plus our possessive dragons. Great addition to both series. Looking forward to so much more.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Delta

    Drats, I finished it too quickly! I would like to stay in Ruby Dixon’s Icehome world a little longer. Her stories of adventure and hot romance with hunky protective alien heroes never fail to deliver and make me happy, happy, happy. Ice Home is a spinoff of Ice Planet Barbarians and takes place afterwards, in the same world, but around inhabitants of the second village that was formed after the 20 kidnapped travelers in a crashed slaver ship were released from their stasis pods. You do not have to Drats, I finished it too quickly! I would like to stay in Ruby Dixon’s Icehome world a little longer. Her stories of adventure and hot romance with hunky protective alien heroes never fail to deliver and make me happy, happy, happy. Ice Home is a spinoff of Ice Planet Barbarians and takes place afterwards, in the same world, but around inhabitants of the second village that was formed after the 20 kidnapped travelers in a crashed slaver ship were released from their stasis pods. You do not have to read Ice Planet Barbarians to enjoy Icehome , but you should start with book 1 of Icehome , Lauren's Barbarian. Enjoy!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Still not sold on aliens, but this book was enjoyable. I will definitely continue the series with Willows book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mary Lee

    one huge problem I liked this story of Ashtar and Veronica but we didn't get any drama at all and I think maybe the author is just over her head with too many series to give us any depth. She's rushed and always behind and it's showing in her writing. It's not that it's bad, it's just not up to her previous abilities any longer. I still firmly believe that separating these tribes is just stupid and just adds one more series that isn't necessary. These Icehome series should be IPBs. The author spe one huge problem I liked this story of Ashtar and Veronica but we didn't get any drama at all and I think maybe the author is just over her head with too many series to give us any depth. She's rushed and always behind and it's showing in her writing. It's not that it's bad, it's just not up to her previous abilities any longer. I still firmly believe that separating these tribes is just stupid and just adds one more series that isn't necessary. These Icehome series should be IPBs. The author spent the whole book convincing Ashtar how important friends and tribe are, but all his friends are the blue guys in the village who have to get home to their mates. She tried to convince us that in one out of the blue thought Veronica decides they want to be where they are because in the village they would be outsiders. Wth? That actually made no sense. They are living in tents with no privacy, no facilities or showers They are all funky nasty and stinky. Sure let's stay here instead of going to where there is an actual tribe with their friends that has running water and toilets and a communal hot springs. I'm sorry but this just continues to be a stupid nonsensical idea. So apparently Veronica is already having these thoughts after she herself said how important friends and tribe are yet she feels like an outsider to her man's friends and the people that rescued them? Just that single paragraph that stood out as not a thought this person would have. Instead this is the author trying to force the situation. Not buying it at all since at the moment they all get along wonderfully. Why would they split off and not go to the village? She is just as much an outsider to everyone else on the ship that she didn't know as she is to the people that rescued them! Yep, just stupid logic. This planet is just too hostile to not live in tribes on the safest areas. Anyone that chooses differently are total idiots.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Izzie d

    Icehome takes place eight years after the Barbarian series, when our village of humans and sa-khui are well established and full of happy families and many babies (so many babies). A slaver ship returned to the surface of the ice planet and was defeated by our tribe. The ship's hold was found to contain twenty slaves, all in stasis and waiting to be sold on one of the black markets in deep space. The sa-khui tribe decided to help those sixteen human women and four alien males acclimate to life o Icehome takes place eight years after the Barbarian series, when our village of humans and sa-khui are well established and full of happy families and many babies (so many babies). A slaver ship returned to the surface of the ice planet and was defeated by our tribe. The ship's hold was found to contain twenty slaves, all in stasis and waiting to be sold on one of the black markets in deep space. The sa-khui tribe decided to help those sixteen human women and four alien males acclimate to life on the ice planet. This is book 2 in the series. Ashtar and Veronica. Really sweet story. Deals with serious issues. Lays the groundwork for Gren and Willa. Ashtar was a gladiator so he has issues with trust as he has had to fight for everything and nothing is permanent in his life. Veronica is clumsy and just feels ordinary so can't quite believe Ashtar would pick her. This book runs parallel in time with Book 1 Lauren's book, though it does not deal with Lauren's disappearance we see the effect on the camp and events that take place after. "Ah, my Veronica," he murmurs, voice low and just a little bit rumbly with the force of his cootie. "You do not have to be special to everyone. Just to me." Merged review: Icehome takes place eight years after the Barbarian series, when our village of humans and sa-khui are well established and full of happy families and many babies (so many babies). A slaver ship returned to the surface of the ice planet and was defeated by our tribe. The ship's hold was found to contain twenty slaves, all in stasis and waiting to be sold on one of the black markets in deep space. The sa-khui tribe decided to help those sixteen human women and four alien males acclimate to life on the ice planet. This is book 2 in the series. Ashtar and Veronica. Really sweet story. Deals with serious issues. Lays the groundwork for Gren and Willa. Ashtar was a gladiator so he has issues with trust as he has had to fight for everything and nothing is permanent in his life. Veronica is clumsy and just feels ordinary so can't quite believe Ashtar would pick her. This book runs parallel in time with Book 1 Lauren's book, though it does not deal with Lauren's disappearance we see the effect on the camp and events that take place after. "Ah, my Veronica," he murmurs, voice low and just a little bit rumbly with the force of his cootie. "You do not have to be special to everyone. Just to me."

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ursula

    An enjoyable 2.5 star romp. A bit of a crossover with one of the Drakoni from Dixon's dragon series appearing on our favourite Ice Planet. It's a cute story, and I think the best bits are the Drakoni hero Ashtar's thoughts and dialogue- he is pretty single-minded, and often funny with it. These books are pure escapism, with lots of sex, (either thinking about doing it or doing it), and the requisite foul language that accompanies Dixon's stories. I think I have become a but de-sensitised within the An enjoyable 2.5 star romp. A bit of a crossover with one of the Drakoni from Dixon's dragon series appearing on our favourite Ice Planet. It's a cute story, and I think the best bits are the Drakoni hero Ashtar's thoughts and dialogue- he is pretty single-minded, and often funny with it. These books are pure escapism, with lots of sex, (either thinking about doing it or doing it), and the requisite foul language that accompanies Dixon's stories. I think I have become a but de-sensitised within the context of this series, and tend to speed-read over the cu**s and f***s, but I do wish sometimes that the characters weren't so NA in their language. Really, not every 2o-something talks like that. (And didn't really need the reference to back-door action as a future option!) Still, it was fun.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    Another really good read from Ruby Dixon. The main characters in this book were created with such personality that they stole the show. It was a fun read as well because each character has a distinctive cadence to their speech. I don’t know how she does that — keep up with all the different personalities and traits from book to book while adding new characters. I bow to her greatness in being able to do this.

  24. 5 out of 5

    kookyquinn

    GAH! You guys! I flipping love this series! The heroes are always so adorable you could just cry and most of the heroine's are fun as hell! This was such a painfully slow burn. I just wanted to reach into the book and shake Veronica then I wanted to shake Ash! Just when I'm about to rip all my hair out they FINALLY mate! BOUT TIME! Sheesh! Willa and Gren next?! *faints*

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ralitsa

    Определено първата ми хареса много повече, може би защото племето на главния беше новост. Сега нямам търпение да излезе книгата за Грен и Уила.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lorrie Moar

    Seriously love this book!!!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Laura Elizabeth

    This was a fun installment to the series. This dragon was great!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Debrac2014

    Another good Icehome story! It's a bit different because Ashtar is drakoni and changes into a dragon!

  29. 4 out of 5

    BookPauper

    4.5 I didn’t dislike Veronica when the story began, but I didn’t like her either. She seemed blah and this was inline with how she described herself. What I love is when an author changes my perceptions on a character. Ms. Ruby did an awesome job with that. By the end of the book I loved Veronica. Also: IPB + Fireblood Dragons = Happy

  30. 4 out of 5

    KRYM

    5 scorching stars because Drakoni! 😍 😍 I'll read whatever she writes about Drakoni. They're my favorite 💖 so.. I had to read all Barbarians books before this one because I like to know everything of everything before starting a book in the middle of a series, but It really is not that needed... (just me being obsessive, lol) Anyway, it was the best book ever I mean my favorite hot dragons AND aliens! Best thing ever! :')

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