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A novel of betrayal and passion in a frozen landscape far from the city lights, by the bestselling author of All In and Falling...

Ambra Vinter dreams of making it to the top of her chosen field. But instead, the beautiful young journalist is sent on assignment to Kiruna, a tiny mining town far north of Stockholm, chasing after yesterday’s news. In December, this is a place on the edge of darkness - and Ambra’s memories of it are just as bleak, for it is where she once suffered at the hands of a brutal foster father. Yet it is here, in the middle of nowhere, that she meets a man who takes her breath away...

Tom Lexington has left Special Forces for a career in private security. But he is still haunted by a mission that almost cost him his life - and by the woman who shattered his heart. When he meets Ambra in a café, she brings a promise of light, and heat, to his life - if he dares to let go of all he’s been holding onto.

Now, as Ambra risks looking more closely at her own painful past, and stumbles into a story that’s hotter than she ever expected, she and Tom must decide whether to take a chance on each other and come in from the cold...

©2018 Simona Ahrnstedt (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • 22-06-19

Feminism A++++

This is hands down the most feminist book on here. Totally recomend it! While some people complain that the ending was rushed, I did not feel that the pace was too fast. I felt like it was just right.