Ice Water in Hell

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Ice Water in Hell

The City Book Two

For centuries Basileios "Baz" Kostopoulos tried to forget when and how he died as well as his lover Galen's death. He succeeds very well by later falling in love with Nick in Heaven. Baz sees a wrong he must help right and he leaves Nick to move to Hell. He thinks that is the last of Love he will ever see.

It ends up that Baz and Galen’s murder shows himself and is seeking revenge by trying to claim Nick as well as Galen whom Baz hadn't known was in Hell.

Forced to confront his past and save Nick as well as Galen can Baz forgive the hurts done him in time to save the two men he's always loved or will his past loose him both men?

Ice Water in Hell was as humorous and wrenching as Hell Hath No Fury. This is a story of redeeming love as well as facing the past and overcoming it.  This title sis well written and has a very good plotline.  The flow of the story made for an enjoyable read. As for the love scenes well lets just say the heat and passion of them made my reader over heat and I had to wait for it to cool down to finish the story. The intense passion between Baz and Nick then between the three men was well worth reading about and made the story more alive. This one will stay on my keeper shelf and I will recommend it to all who like a good story of love as well as forgiveness. An added benefit though is that it is a well-written Menage story as well.  As always, Carol has provided us with another good story.


Book Blurb for Ice Water in Hell

CATEGORY: Paranormal, Erotic Romance, M/M/M Ménage.
ELEMENTS: Male/Male Erotic Romance with Strong Sexual Content, Graphic Language, and Explicit Descriptions of Intimacy including Masturbation and Anal Play/Intercourse within a Ménage Relationship.
HEAT LEVEL:  Fire Opal
LENGTH: Category
FORMAT: E-BOOK
 
 
When his ex-lover moves to The City, Basileios "Baz" Kostopoulos is torn. He wants and still loves Nick, but hurt over the past holds him back until a nightmare from long ago prompts him to reconcile with his longtime love.
 
For centuries, Baz tried to forget the day he and his lover, Galen, were murdered. He thought he'd done a good job of moving on by meeting and falling in love with Nick, but when his murderer shows himself, Baz is swept back to the morning of his death. The memories of his long-buried love threaten to destroy the peace he's finally found in Nick's arms.
 
When Baz realizes his murderer is out to seek revenge by claiming not only Galen but Nick as well, Baz is forced to come face to face with a past he never wants to relive.

Night Owl Reviews May, 2010 3.50