5.0 out of 5 stars Title: Deserves the stealing of time...
By Teresa on 18 Oct. 2016
"When the Ice Melts" is one of those books which deserves the stealing of time to read far into the night... I loved it!
5.0 out of 5 stars A great story.
By Marilyn Horobin on 15 Nov. 2016
Phyllis Burton's book "When the Ice Melts" is a compelling, romantic and thought provoking drama. Its two part structure and chapters of varying length make it easy to pick up, put down and resume in a busy world. Sarah is a recently widowed solicitor experiencing self-doubt, grief and an unwillingness to look positively at any new romantic relationship. Her legal colleagues and kind friends are extremely sensitive and supportive. She is however, quite antagonistic towards her new male solicitor colleague John and her days at work are tense and testing. Where, if anywhere, will this cold relationship go?
A short holiday in Greece leads Sarah into a potentially dangerous relationship with a local man but once back home her relationship with John slowly softens and strengthens. It will spoil a good story to say too much more but when Sarah suddenly disappears John is able to help the police trace her. After a great deal of trauma the remaining ice in Sarah's heart finally melts once she and John are together again.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
By John R. on 27 Nov. 2016
Format: Kindle Edition