Lourdes Carterro is the property of brutal landowner,
She wants freedom.
After years of abuse, Lourdes resorts to desperate measures.
Circumstances place her in the hands of a vicious
madam that hands her over to DuSourde’s hire, Kit Frost.
Lourdes desires him, not caring that Kit is known as
He’s jagged and sharp enough to cut into a trained
submissive like Lourdes, who enjoys a little pain with her
just might be the means to her escape, and
plans on using everything in her sexual arsenal to convince
him to let her go.
Kit Frost made a vow that has left him cold.
No one believes he’s truly from the past, a real
only thing he has is his memories and current reputation as
a ruthless killer. Lourdes
tempts him. If
he gives in to her, their lives are on the line.
He’s a starving man who’s all too willing to feast on
There Came a Killing Frost
was so enjoyable that I didn’t want to put it down.
were amazing together, sheer electricity and dynamite.
Ms. March has done a great job in rounding them out
by developing these characters with credible intensity.
I can tell this author has feelings for the people
and world she’s created.
Kit’s character made me fall in love with cowboys
stopped gravitating towards westerns unless they’re the old
school spaghetti films.
Placing the old west into the future with Kit and
Lourdes, adds freshness.
Lourdes is tough and unspoiled despite her sordid life.
She’s a realist and I appreciate what she’s willing
to sacrifice for Kit, and vice versa.
I was glad that they
got to fly off into the sunset together.
I Joyfully Recommend
There Came a Killing
Frost for its strong visual writing and sharp
sex scenes burn hotter than a furnace, the villains would
fit right in with Lee Van Cleef, and no one would remember
Clint Eastwood after taking a turn with Kit Frost.