Fire in Ice
by Jennifer DiGiovanni
My rating: 5 stars
Series: The Generators - Book 1
Publisher: Evernight Teen (January 25, 2018)
Publication Date: January 25, 2018
Genre: YA Paranormal
Print Length: 299 pages
After suffering a rare illness, straight-A student Cara Scotto struggles to deal with lingering side effects. Refusing to admit she can’t handle the disruptions in her otherwise normal life, she tries to move on and heal.
Alexander DeMarsh is unhappy about returning to his small hometown for three weeks. He prefers living in the city, where he attends an elite boarding school far away from his overprotective parents. Sure, they have reason to worry about him. As a Generator, Alex’s body constantly manufactures supernatural energy that’s often difficult to control.
Over winter break, Alex runs into Cara and picks up on the powers they share. Soon, he realizes Cara is the only person in the world who has any chance of understanding him. But first, he needs to find a way to draw out her supernatural abilities without revealing too many secrets of his own.
Fire in Ice by Jennifer DiGiovanni ( The Generators, #1)
He is like a livewire, filled with a supernatural energy he has always struggled to control. Alexander is also the son to the wealthy and privileged family who lives in seclusion in the small town.
Cara is struggling with some unusual side effects from a recent illness. When she and Alex, the mysterious town heartthrob meet, more than sparks of attraction will fly as their powers both attract and repel each other. Now Alex must help Cara learn to understand and control the powers she has been given. Neither expected the emotional bond that would grow between the rich “player “ and the small town girl who was as innocent and down to earth as she was charming.
When Cara’s abilities are sought by an evil entity, they will find that even all of the protection that Alex’s family could buy will not be enough to keep her safe.
FIRE IN ICE by Jennifer DiGiovanni is a slightly different twist on supernatural abilities with a slow burning romance between two teens that makes for a wonderful read and a solid start for a new series, The Generators. Written for a young adult audience, there are great supporting characters of all ages, a realistic feel as the characters interact with one another!
Easy to follow, just enough tension to move the story along fabulously and of course, the villain who hides in the shadows to make his move!
I received a complimentary copy from Evernight Teen!