Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase after clicking those links, I will receive a small commission from the sale at no extra cost to you.Ice Planet Holiday (Ice Planet Barbarians, ) by Ruby Dixon
Published by Self Published on November 27, 2015
Genres: Adult Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction
Format: eBook (136 pages)
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Purchase: Amazon • IndieBound
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All this snow and no holidays? What's a stranded human to do?
Create a new holiday, of course. Georgie and the other women decide to bring some new traditions and cheer to the sa-khui. More babies are born, presents are exchanged, and a new romance blossoms between a human woman desperate for a change, and the alien determined to protect her.
Ice Planet Holiday has two main story-lines. The first is Georgie’s pregnancy and her need to plan a holiday celebration for the sa-khui. The girls are missing Christmas, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, and all those other fun holidays from Earth, so Georgie goes to Vektal to propose the idea of having a big feast and new traditions. He just wants his mate to be happy, so decorating commences immediately! Of course, during all of this Georgie is worried about her pregnancy, since she was the first to get knocked up, but seems like the last to gift birth. I really enjoyed the holiday festivities, but was less interested in the baby birthing. Although I was happy for Vektal and Georgie.
The second story-line in Ice Planet Holiday is Claire’s romance. I wish she had gotten her own full book! Claire had paired off with a grumpy male named Bek, and after a year, she’s sick of him belittling her. They haven’t resonated, so there’s no reason to stay. She uses the upcoming holiday as a way to get away from him, but he’s not willing to let her go. In steps Ereven! Claire believes that he’s fake courting her to make Bek back off, but Ereven really likes her! This was all super duper cute, and fake dating is my favorite. I really wanted more of them! All in all, I enjoyed this quickie holiday novella.