Guess that Lonely Heart

Ahoy! First to offer the heroine’s name, author’s name, and title of the book in the comments receives – the Smart Bitch Title®.

Into the light of the dark black night

Strong, gifted woman seeks equally strong and noble man from a completely different culture and society to help me face a cold, deadly, and frightening challenge, and stay by my side as I come to terms with my chilling gift and lifelong responsibility and move from first love to true love. You must be willing to watch me die and trust that although I’m cold and lifeless, I will be back to be with you.


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  1. 1
    L. Francesca says:

    Huh. That’s a tough one…

    Brenna Kincaid from Nalini Singh’s Caressed by Ice?

  2. 2
    lisabea says:

    Could it be….

    Colleen Gleason
    Rises the Night

    Course the list could go on and on…

  3. 3
    KristenMary says:

    Is it Jane from JR Ward’s Lover Unbound?

  4. 4

    No idea, but it sounds like a retelling of Sleeping Beauty/Snow White.

    And I’m cracking up that my security word was “think69”. I said: I do, I swear!

  5. 5
    Elle says:

    How about:

    Victoria Scott from “Giants of the Frost” by Kim Wilkins. 

    Not that I have actually read that book…


  6. 6
    Shannon says:

    Is that…

    Rhia from “Eyes of Crow” by Jerri Smith-Ready?

  7. 7
    RandomRanter says:

    This is annoying me because I am pretty sure I have read this and yet – I got nothing.

  8. 8
    Marty says:

    Nineva Morrow, Angela Knight, Master of Dragons

  9. 9
    SB Sarah says:

    Yay Shannon – that’s it!  Stay tuned for a coronation ceremony.

  10. 10
    Jeri says:

    Sarah, that’s a beautiful description.  *beams*  It reminds me a little of that Evanescence song, “Bring Me to Life” (which is still good despite its overplay). 


  11. 11
    Kelly Anne says:

    It’s not a romance, but it makes me think of Sabriel, from Garth Nix’s book of the same name.

  12. 12
    Cat Marsters says:

    Yes, it does sound like Sabriel.  Maybe not romantic, but I did like the way they came together.

    It does sound like a lot of things; I know I’ve written something similar!

    Crystal: my security word was need69.  How does it know?  HOW?

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