Alice runs away from her cruel master
during the winter solstice. She is hunted by his men and
chased into the woods. Kevalan travels to various planes,
bringing ice and cold. When he hears noise, he ventures
out to investigate and saves Alice from her pursuers by
bringing her back to his ice palace. Something about Alice
warms his heart, since for many years he has been alone. He
hopes to convince her to stay. Alice is drawn to the
mysterious and handsome Kevalan but can she trust the one
called Maiden-eater by her people?
Cold Fire carries the
innocent feel of a fairytale. Thereís magic and whimsy,
ice that doesnít melt, an injured maiden and an alluring
hero to care for her. Alice is victimized, but she shows
courage. Ms. Gestalt mildly hints at Kevalanís dark side,
after all, he is winterís personification, Jack Frost.
There is an air of tragedy about him, which was definitely
part of his appeal. Each time Alice warms his heart, sheís
able to adapt to his cold world. In turn, Kevalan offers
her tenderness, passion and the free will to remain or not.
This is a sweet love story for anyone that enjoys a touch of
eroticism with their romance.