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Iced Romance by [Boyd, Whitney]
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Kennedy Carter has the perfect life. It includes an engagement to an NHL celebrity all-star, a Vera Wang wedding dress, and more money than she could ever spend. But when Kennedy learns that her fiance Todd is cheating on her, she's ready to leave the glamour and glitz behind.

She escapes to Orlando, Florida with a plan to rebuild her life while staying hidden from a country obsessed with celebrity scandals. The real world however, is tougher than she expected. Suddenly Kennedy has to deal with cockroaches, creepy alarm salesmen, and waiting tables... along with David, a gorgeous new love interest.

But what happens when the past refuses to stay hidden? When the truth of her background catches up to her, Kennedy must finally decide who she is, what she wants and where she really belongs.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 9233 KB
  • Print Length: 285 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: WiDo Publishing (Nov. 5 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A2HK934
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #371,124 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa2432b10) out of 5 stars 125 reviews
32 of 35 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa23d8618) out of 5 stars Fun Read Nov. 19 2012
By JulieNFord - Published on
Format: Paperback
As a past reader and even writer of the chick-lit genre, lately I've sort of been slowly moving on to other genres. I haven't been interested in reading chick-lit--don't want to write it. When Whitney asked me to read and review her novel I agreed without knowing what kind of books she writes. She emailed me the PDF and it came one evening while I was finishing up preparing supper. My daughter was still out for her run so I decided to download the galley on my iPad and maybe read the first page or two to see if I thought I was going to like the book. Did I like it? Okay, so I ended up reading the entire first chapter while standing in the kitchen. Then I couldn't wait to get back to the story again later in the evening.

Now, I'm a fairly busy person; a single mom during the week days, a novelist myself and all that goes along with that, early-morning seminary teacher, chauffer, keeper of the lawn and garden, etc, blah, blah, blah . . . So it usually takes me a week, give or take, to complete a novel. I read this one in less than three days.

The writing is fun, witty and seamless. There are plenty of laugh-out-loud moments. I especially enjoyed the list of possible names Kennedy made to call her ex-fiancé, Todd, when/if she saw him again. Kennedy is a girl born to parents of means and then engaged to a wealthy hockey player, so it is fun to see how naive she is to the way the rest of us live. Wearing heels to work on her first day as a waitress--rookie mistake. And David, her love interest, he is sexy, strong and compassionate--I want one ☺

But this novel isn't all silliness and fun. The author shows Kennedy going through a great deal of growth as she struggles to separate herself from the shallow life she's always known. As the story unfolds, Kennedy slowly begins to find her true self as she trades in her designer clothes, caviar and champagne for real friends who offer her loyalty and love.

This is a great book for teens and grown-ups alike. Anyone who wants a fun, quick read that also has a deeper meaning. That finding true happiness in life is not about the things or status of people we surround ourselves with, but the people in our lives who truly care about us.
36 of 41 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2acdf30) out of 5 stars Whatever happened to strong heroines? Feb. 15 2013
By E. Trask - Published on
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I give the author props for knowing how to write but I absolutely hated this story. The main character Kennedy was one of the most obnoxious literary heroines I have come across in my readings. So weak and severely lacking common sense (one of my biggest pet peeves). I am not usually known to leave a book unfinished but this one almost had me doing just that. It took me forever to read because I hated the main character so much. Her logic, reasonings and reactions were so juvenile it disgusted me. I thought I was reading about a 28 year old, not a 13 year old. (Prank calling your ex-fiancé and just breathing heavy into the phone...what is this middle school?!) What happened to strong independent heroines...are these a dying breed in the literary world? The only reason this book gets one star is because I know it takes skill to write and put together a story. Other than that I hated this book. Of the hundreds and hundreds of romance books I've read this one has secured its spot in my bottom 10.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa23ff384) out of 5 stars Light and Easy Read. Feb. 19 2013
By Amyjohnson05 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Good read and a refreshing change from the other books in similar genres. It was well written but didn't have the sex and smut that you usually find in a romance.I enjoyed the book and will read more from this author.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa26157bc) out of 5 stars It's too painful to read any more.... Feb. 20 2013
By Donald L. Andersen - Published on
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I got as far as chapter 17, but it is too painful to continue. I have no idea why the author chose to portray Kennedy (the main character in the story) as being dumber than a box of rocks. Any dummy knows if you go to the Police where you moved to, to report that you aren't missing, that your new location will be listed in the ensuing News article! And, after starting a new relationship with a Policeman, you actually think you can LIE to him and he will be ok with that? The MAIN REASON Kennedy broke up with the Hockey Player and moved to another State was because he was dishonest with her. Also, Kennedy wants to disappear so the Hockey Player can't find her, but calls and leaves messages from a phone and mails stuff to him, all traceable! Like I said, the author, for some strange reason, decided to portray Kennedy as being a total idiot! Personally I prefer reading stories with women that are smart and intelligent, so unless you prefer them to be the opposite, I would recommend that you skip reading this book.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa23ff438) out of 5 stars Enjoyable romance, somewhat of a weak heroine Dec 19 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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If I could, this is one of those books that I would probably give 3.5 stars. I picked it up on Amazon, because the reviews were pretty good, and all seemed to agree that it was a fun, light romance, which sounded perfect for what I was wanting in the moment. I will have to agree, that is a light romance, and a fairly quick read. I enjoyed the premise of Kennedy, a (formerly) wealthy young woman who escapes to Florida to start over after her famous hockey player fiancé is exposed in an infidelity scandal. I felt like the growing pains Kennedy experiences as she strikes out on her own in a new place with a new job and a new apartment grabbed my attention and made me sympathetic to what she was going though. I don't know how realistic it is for her to get the second job she applies for (with no work experience), the first apartment she looks at (and moves in the same day), and finds all the furniture she needs at the first store she comes to, but I suppose these things COULD happen. I also really enjoyed David, Kennedy's new Florida love interest. He is a hunky cop who invites her out on a date after eating at the diner where she waitresses. He is sweet, caring, and considerate, and all I could think about when I was reading about him was, how come this guy is still single? Finally, I really enjoyed some of the supporting characters, including Jesica and Carlos, Kennedy's neighbors in the apartment complex. Some things I was not so crazy about were Kennedy's indecision about her loser ex-fiance. She left him, should she have stayed? She's moved on to David, she still has feelings for her ex. She's falling in love with David, should she marry her ex tomorrow (seriously)? The way the relationship is described is not really abusive, but the way that Kennedy relates to her ex is almost what you see with battered women, who constantly make excuses for the poor choices of their significant others. I mean come on, the guy cheated on you with eight or nine different women, and you are considering taking him back just because you had a fight with your new boyfriend, and your ex thinks you should get back together? Maybe I am biased against weaker heroines, but I like my heroines to have at least some self-respect. At the same time, I was a bit frustrated with David's reaction to Kennedy's big reveal about her past. Yes, one could reasonably expect that someone who is in a relationship with you is focusing only on you. However, when you have only been dating for a few weeks, and when the other person has just gotten out of a multiple year engagement, it seems unrealistic to expect that person to be so seriously involved with you so quickly. All in all, it was an enjoyable read. Not one hundred percent realistic, but we don't usually read these books for realism, do we? If you are looking for a light romance with likable characters and don't care too much about realism, this is the book for you.