Surviving Ice - K.A. Tucker
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I absolutely loved this book.  Ivy has been one of my favorite characters throughout the series, and she may have finally met her match.

I've always admired how fierce and independent Ivy is.  She doesn't care what anyone thinks and doesn't need anyone in her life.  Even after the events that take place she remains strong because she's the only person who will deal with everything.  Sebastian is the shining character in this book, I think.  He's got a lot to overcome.  He also has a lot of truths he needs to sort out.

I loved these two together.  They don't gush about their emotions, but they communicate how the feel toward each other with ease.  Even when there is a shift in their surroundings, they know what needs to be done. I do like that he's able to handle Ivy's sarcasm, and attitude.  It takes a certain type of person to do that.

I also like that we were able to see some of the characters from previous books.  They don't have a main role, but you can tell how much Ivy loves them.  They are probably the only people she has put her trust in.  There are so many ups and downs, unknowns, and scenes where Ivy could possibly fall apart. I love the realness of the characters, and how in sync they are.

Surviving Ice is a great conclusion to this series, even though I'm sad to see it end.





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