Paperback edition: -
Rating: 4 stars
Synopsis: She is desperate to remember.
He is aching to forget.
Together, they are not broken.
But together, one may not survive.
Jade wakes up with no memory of her past and blood on her hands.
Plagued by wicked thoughts, she searches for answers. Instead, she finds a boy who doesn't offer her answers, but hope. But sometimes, when nightmares turn into reality and death follows you everywhere, hope is not enough.
LUST. LOVE. LOSS. Sometimes, all that is left are Ashes and Ice.
Favourite quote: "You are my sunshine and I won't ever let you go."
I wanted to give this book 5 stars so much but I have to be honest and say that I felt that there was something missing for me to give it that extra star so I had to give it 4! I also found this book slightly confusing at times! I had to pay close attention to be able to understand what was actually happening in some scenes! I enjoyed the characters but I felt that their personality's changed a bit too much for my liking during this book! Jade was such a strong character! She was determined to find out what happened to her and also what she was! She was also kick-ass at the end! Connor started off quite shy but as soon as he got with Jade he became completely different! He was protective and he stuck up for himself! I really enjoyed the story being told from Jade and Connor's point of views as it made the story even better! I will probably continue reading this series as the ending was such a mystery and it made me want more! The cover I think would draw anyone into reading this book as it is eye-catching and stunning! Big thank you to Amber for having me on the Blog Tour and to Rochelle for an ARC of Ashes & Ice!
Rochelle grew up dreaming up stories. When she entered high school, she tucked away her creative side and jumped head-first into academics, work, and service projects. She graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Political Science and Communication when she was twenty years old. After years away from her writing, Rochelle picked up a pen and started fleshing out a character sketch that she outlined when she was twelve. That sketch was the start of the Ashes and Ice story. Rochelle lives in the DC metro area with her husband and daughter. By day she works as a behavioral therapist. By night, she is a dreamer and is busy tapping out new stories on her keyboard.