Fire and Ice Blog Hop : Hot Reads for Cold Nights

Welcome to the Fire & Ice Blog Hop!

This hop is hosted by Rainy Day Ramblings, My Guilty Obsession, Candace’s Book Blog and The Nocturnal Library. Not only are there four wonderful hosts, but there were several marvelous variations for the hop button. The adorable little snow guy just happens to be my favorite, but check out the others at the host sites, or at all of the participants listed below.

The theme is hot books for cold nights. I don’t know about where you are, but even Seattle has been unseasonably (unreasonably) cold this winter. Curling up on the couch with a hot book (and maybe some hot chocolate) has been a pretty fantastic idea this winter.

Even the blog at my place of work got into the act; the Romantic Wednesdays column on January 29 was “Hot Reads for Cold Nights“, and we picked some books guaranteed to warm you up.

I’ve read some pretty hot books this winter too! If you’re looking for something to warm you up, and you love historical romance, you can’t go wrong with Victoria Vane’s Devil DeVere or for history with a paranormal twist, Jane Kindred’s House of Arkhangel’sk and Demons of Elysium.

I’m sure you all have your own recommendations for hot reads on cold nights! Fill out the rafflecopter to suggest a few, and maybe you’ll win that gift card. So you can buy more hot books!

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And for more awesome hot reads on cold nights, check out the other participants in this hop!

76 thoughts on “Fire and Ice Blog Hop : Hot Reads for Cold Nights

  1. Weirdly I like reading snowy stories on cold nights. I’m from Southern CA so we don’t get snow and I have to get it wherever I can πŸ™‚

  2. I’d recommend From Ashes by Molly McAdams πŸ™‚ thanks for this awesome giveaway! πŸ˜€

  3. north of need by laura kaye is really good or the first book in the night huntress series by jeaniene frost ( cat and bones are fire together^^)

  4. My Life Next Door is a really cute read πŸ™‚
    It’s a hot read in the sense that it’s heartwarming, I guess, rather than “hot” lol

  5. Jacqueline Carey’s Kushiel’s Dart series. It’s sexy, but also filled with intrigue and adventure and fantastic world-building.

  6. It’s cold and snowy here in New England and a fire in the fireplace isn’t enough to stay warm and Devil DeVere would definitely warm up my night but then Victoria’s book always do just that!

  7. The Scorpio Races. I adore that one because it feels like a warm cup of coffee on a cold day.

  8. I also recommend the psy-changeling series by Nalini Sing. Yummy. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  9. I loved Addicted To You by Krista and Becca Ritchie and would recommend it.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  10. I’d recommend the Daughter of Smoke and Bone series by Laini Taylor… simply amazing! πŸ™‚

  11. Hmm… Maybe Gena Showalter’s The Lords of the Underworld series? It’s got some great romances!

  12. If you like some horror with your romance, I would say the Experiments in Terror series by Karina Halle. The romance between Dex and Perry is…. well, you just have to read it to find out!

  13. Ok, so I recommend anything by Abbi Glines to warm up on a chilly night. Her books are steamy but not too bad…BUT if you prefer something a little more to warm you to the core..I’d choose Down to You or Up to Me by M. Leighton. She knows how to warm up any night with her smoking hot novels! Try them out and let me know what you think!

  14. Okay I have a lot that I would recommend but for your sake I will only tell you a few!
    For fantasy romance C L Wilson’s Tarin Soul series, For Romantic Suspense Nora Roberts Angel Falls, For paranormal romance, Caris Roane’s Guardians of Ascension series or J R Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series, For Urban Fantasy romance Yasmine Galenorns Otherworld series, For erotic suspense any of Lora Leigh’s, For contemporary romance Maya Banks I could go on but I’ll think I’ll quit now. Thanks for sharing the hop and your giveaway. Happy Valentine’s Day!

  15. The Story of Samantha Smith Series by Devon Hartford, That Boy by Jillian Dodd, The Keatyn Chronicles by Jillian Dodd, The Evolve Series by S.E. Hall, and Used by Lynetta Halat

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