The Crimson Bane Battles

Released July 31, 2012

Book 3: When explosions at the Standoff Point separate Ian and Skorpe, one is left with a concussion and the other is forced to take command of a small group and flee north. The two lovers vow to find one another a second time, but there’s only one problem…Regina, Ian’s old fiancée, is determined to mend fences and make him hers again.

Stuck in the mountains, and regardless of the Bane spreading across the countryside, Ian begins a long trek, making his way back to the man he loves. However, Skorpe has a problem, too—a very handsome one. Can Ian and Skorpe’s love survive distance and temptation?

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Released June 10, 2011 

Book 2: Struggling to comprehend a world turned upside down, Ian wants nothing more than to be with his partner Skorpe at The Castle, an underground stronghold where Parallelans and Earthies hide from the deadly Crimson Bane.

However, Ian’s unpredictable ex-fiancé is the residing M.D. Skorpe worries that Ian still harbors lingering feelings for Regina Whitecash, but when the Bane sends The Castle into a Level Two emergency, Skorpe is called away to the command center, leaving Ian at Regina’s mercy.

Regina swears she’s a changed woman, but when Ian tells her that Skorpe is his mate, she lashes out at him just as explosions rock The Castle. Skorpe is cornered in the compound, and Ian awakens in Regina’s arms as they ride to a new Regrouping Point. Separated again, both men vow to find the other, but with the Crimson Bane taking so many lives, Ian and Skorpe pray they find one another before it’s too late.

Genre: Paranormal romance, sci-fi, erotic romance, GLBT, end-of-the-world

Publisher’s BUY LINK     ARe BUY LINK     Amazon Kindle BUY LINK Reviews for book II:

From Siren Song Reviews: “It’s a doozey peeps. I adored the relationship rebuilding between Ian and Skorpe and loved the Regina introduction even more. I read book two in one sitting, the action just wouldn’t let me put it down, and I was quite put out when it ended. I want more, dear Ms. Azura Ice.”–Read entire review.

Released March 27, 2011

Book 1: Lost in bittersweet memories of Skorpe, the gorgeous hunk of Goth who crushed his heart and stole his money, Ian takes an after-dinner walk in Manhattan to clear his mind. A bizarre red fog belches from the New York City sewers, and Ian, like so many others, succumbs to its otherworldly caress. As he lies in the street, unable to move, he watches creatures composed of no more than red, glowing outlines and with eyes like flaming coals wander the streets like an invading army. Ian can do nothing except think about his vanished lover and pray that Skorpe has not been afflicted by the strange, numbing poison.

Skorpe is from Parallel Earth and on a mission to defeat the Crimson Bane. Falling for Ian wasn’t in the plan. To save Ian from the Crimson Bane, Skorpe steals a large sum of money from him and leaves him to set up a safe haven for them before the Crimson Bane Battles officially begin. He returns to the city only to discover that he’s too late in reaching Ian before the first attack. Can Skorpe find Ian before one of the demons delivers a killing blow to the incapacitated human?

Genre: Paranormal romance, sci-fi, erotic romance, GLBT, end-of-the-world

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Reviews for book 1

From Siren Song Reviews: “I loved the world building. It takes some wicked talent to create a visible, tangible world in 8.000 words and Ms. Ice rocks it.”Read entire review.

From The Readers Roundtable: “Ms. Ice has created an interesting and mysterious world in Absinthe Forever. I look forward to seeing what happens next in the Crimson Bane Battles.”Read entire review.

From Night Owl Reviews: “Absinthe Forever is a pretty good start to an interesting series. I can’t wait for the rest to come out and finish the storyline.”–Read entire review.

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