I've had the paperback for a while and have just now bought the Kindle version. This is a lovely story, with a nice balance of heartache, intrigue, suspense and an ultimately heart-warming conclusion. As always, this is written in Karin Kallmaker's entertaining and sometimes humorous style, is easy to read and is definitely a read-in-one-sitting kind of book! So glad it's now on Kindle!
Anidyr Bycall is frozen in her past, regretting words never spoken to the woman she loves and the one impulsive act that cost her all her dreams. Running from the courts of public and academic opinion in Fairbanks, she has landed in Key West. The nights are hot but she is colder than the glaciers she once explored.
Tending bar by night, she spends her days immersed in the research of her only remaining passion in life: the ice fields of Alaska. But trends may be improving when news from home hints that those she harmed may have moved on, and she can at least recover the papers and books she left behind. The respect and affection she once saw in Eve Cambra's eyes is gone beyond recall.
When a few innocent questions raise Ani's doubts about what really happened three years ago, she realizes she may have a chance to clear her name and reclaim her career. But there's no data to suggest that Eve has thawed and that the fire they once shared can be rekindled.
A bit slow moving in the beginning, although I like the way they both get to tell the story of their relationship and their side of the story. A good, light read, but not quite up there with some of Karin Kallmaker's other books
As with all this authors books a journey is taken, morals are questioned and decisions unpacked. Thankfully this author writes so well you are immediately embroiled and invested in the outcome. great characters that you care what happens to. Plus amazingly descriptive writing of awesome places.