Maia Pierce, a top agent for a private security firm and a widely known rule breaker, was good at her job. In her last mission, her risk-taking had finally caught up with her and she had now incurred the wrath of a Russian drug lord bent on destroying her. With assassins after her, one man had offered her his protection. But Jack McCord may be an other kind of danger.
Ex-Navy SEAL Jack McCord had everything: a thriving defense company, good looks, and no shortage of beautiful women. But what he coveted the most hadn’t wanted anything to do with him. Maia Pierce, his brother’s bodyguard, was the most intriguing woman he had ever met and he wanted her. When Maia got into trouble, he saw an opportunity to offer a no-strings attached arrangement and as she resists the idea, he is only left with one choice. He abducts her.
Jack didn’t expect to fall hard. Now that he had, he has to convince Maia that she could be feeling the same in her heart. But the danger that Maia finds herself in, and the secrets she keeps from Jack threaten to derail their happily ever after.
*Strong sexual content and language. 18 years+
Fire and Ice begins with Maia having to start a new job as security for Jack McCord's brother. But it all goes south when the bad guys who are after Maia after she got caught on camera when she wasn't suppose to start going after her and Jack's brother. Jack is also another issue. He can't seem to stay away fro Maia, and after these two try to fight their attraction, in the end they give up and start a slow building romance with lots of steamy parts. But when their feelings start to grow, neither one of them is sure how to go about a relationship especially with Maia's risk taking job!
This book was really good. It has action, drama, romance, and an hea that was really awesome! I loved Jack and Maia together, they were really a great couple. I also liked them both as a hero and heroine. Maia especially because she was majorly fierce and had lots of sass. I only really had one issue with the book, and that was towards the end. I sort of felt like kicking Maia's butt because her job seemed so much more important to her than someone she loved. I won't say more about it, but that just bothered me. However, it all worked out really well in the end! I really liked this book, and I look forward to reading more in the series.