Deep Kiss of Winter by Kresley Cole and Gena Showalter

I’ve been reading a lot of kids books this month, but this one is definitely for adults. These are two hot paranormal romances, perfect for the wintry weather we’ve been having lately. I will definitely be reading more by both of these author’s. Of course, paranormal romance is one of my favorite genres.

In Cole’s “Untouchable,” Murdoch Wroth will stop at nothing to claim Daniela the Ice Maiden — the delicate Valkyrie who makes his heart beat for the first time in three hundred years. Yet the exquisite Danii is part ice fey, and her freezing skin can’t be touched by anyone but her own kind without inflicting pain beyond measure. Soon desperate for closeness, in an agony of frustration, Murdoch and Danii will do anything to have each other. Together, can they find the key that will finally allow them to slake the overwhelming desire burning between them?

Showalter gives us the story of Aleaha Love, who can be anyone — literally. With only skin-to-skin contact, she can change her appearance, assume any identity. Her newest identity switch has made her an AIR (alien investigation and removal) agent and sends her on a mission to capture a group of otherworldly warriors. Only she becomes the captured. Breean, a golden-skinned commander known for his iron will who is at once dangerous and soul-shatteringly seductive, threatens her new life. Because for the first time, Aleaha only wants to be herself.

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Summaries are from the book jacket. My copy was provided by the publisher for review and the above is my honest opinion. I am an Amazon Associate.