Under the Ice

Under the Ice What do you do when your past comes back to kill you After escaping her abusive husband life is finally good for Camille LeGarde and her daughter Shelby She has a great relationship with her new hus

  • Title: Under the Ice
  • Author: Aaron Paul Lazar
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What do you do when your past comes back to kill you After escaping her abusive husband, life is finally good for Camille LeGarde and her daughter, Shelby She has a great relationship with her new husband, Gus, who also loves Shelby like his own child But the LeGarde family s fragile oasis is shattered when the man of Camille s nightmares is released from prison.Greg RobWhat do you do when your past comes back to kill you After escaping her abusive husband, life is finally good for Camille LeGarde and her daughter, Shelby She has a great relationship with her new husband, Gus, who also loves Shelby like his own child But the LeGarde family s fragile oasis is shattered when the man of Camille s nightmares is released from prison.Greg Robinson never wanted to be a father But he s playing the biological card for all it s worth to get close to Shelby, so he can realize his true goal revenge against Gus LeGarde, the man who stole his wife and daughter.Lured by the promise of connecting with her real dad, Shelby vanishes, sending Gus and Camille on a desperate race through the worst ice storm of the century to find her before Robinson can act on his chilling threatIf I can t have them, neither can you.

    One thought on “Under the Ice”

    1. The writing is all over the place in this one, in serious need of a good edit. Managed 12% and threw in the towel.

    2. BoringWay too much of Gus impressed with himself. Boring. Eliminate all the cooking ,playing with babies and descriptions of what everyone is wearing and the story might be a lot more interesting. if all the books are like this one it is my last.

    3. Review of Under the IceGood character development. Very believable conversations among characters. Well-constructed plot. Tied up all the loose ends. Short chapters kept me reading longer.

    4. How is this book 9?This was one of those suggestions. I have no idea why suggested it.I'm honestly stuck for words to describe how much I disliked this book. It's on a par of 50 Shades of Grey bad. Luckily, it's one of those 90%book, 10%shameless self promotion jobs.First person. First person is always bad. This is one of the worst examples I've come across to date. This guy is definitely Too Stupid To Live. There is indeed something under the ice. It vaguely gets a mention amongst the endless [...]

    5. Apparently this is number nine in the Gus LeGarde Mystery series. So I would give this author a pat on the back with how well this book is written. Having not read a single previous book in the series I dropped right into this one, picked up the characters, the locations and their lives all without realizing it was the ninth in the series until the very end when prompted to buy another in the series. As mentioned above the characters and locations are all well written and you are immediately dra [...]

    6. UNDER THE ICE. (GUS LEGARDE MYSTERIES #9) AARON PAUL LAZARTo say that life in the LeGarde household is in supreme turmoil would be an understatement. The story opens with several of the family members with severe flu symptoms. Gus’s friend police officer Joe asks for his help in getting over something from his past however is gripped with severe agoraphobia and unable to cope with everyday life. Meanwhile teenager Shelby, his having growing pains of her own. Rebellious and disobedient she test [...]

    7. MehFirst, this is not a mystery book. No detectives, sleuths or other characters trying to solve a crime with the reader. Nor is it a thriller with suspense that leaves you on the edge of the seat where you can't put the book down. So if that is what you are looking for, stop now and look elsewhere.That being said, I would classify this book as contemporary fiction. Basically, it is told from the point of view of a stepfather that loves his adopted stepdaughter who is a typical, rebellious teena [...]

    8. Camille LeGarde has escaped an abusive marriage. She and her daughter, Shelby, are now safe under the protection of her new husband, Gus LeGarde—or, so they think. Then, her former husband, Shelby’s father, is released from prison, and their nightmares begin again.Shelby, curious about her biological father, runs away to be with him, not knowing that he is not interested in being a father—only in getting revenge against Gus, the man he blames for stealing his wife and daughter.Under the Ic [...]

    9. --I was given this audiobook is exchange for an honest review.I loved that even though this is the ninth book of series, I was able to listen to this book and feel right at home with all of the characters. Gus makes you fall into his everyday life, taking care of Joe and dealing with his teenage stepdaughter, Shelby. I would love to be a guest at one of his meals! With that being said, getting to know the characters and meeting Shelby's real father as he gets out of jail, finding out what she th [...]

    10. Under the Ice by Aaron Paul Lazar is wonderful. These characters have grown on me so much, it was terrific to get caught up. The story line in this one brings so many of the back ground characters into the fore front. I really enjoyed seeing their strengths and love. Under The Ice is a mystery from the very first paragraph, and its the details that bring everything full circle. Such an amazing story of an amazing family. Very, very well done.

    11. First time reading this authorGreat character's. I am unfamiliar with culture & geography of upstate NY, but author's characterizations & vividly descriptive prose made feel as though I was there. The action was well paced with enough. mystery & suspense in the plot to keep me reading. I will read more of Aaron Paul Lazar's books

    12. I find myself wondering why this book is classified as a "mystery". While there are a few 'seedy' events, identifying these as " mysterious" is a stretch. The storyline was OK but quite predictable and, at times, the author often added lengthy descriptions when LESS VERBAGE would have best fit the bill.

    13. Under the IceI loved the way all the family and friends lived and ate together. Made me want to live a life like that. To be around people that you truly liked and loved.Good story.

    14. I wish I could give it seven stars. I love this series! It is the only group of characters that can just make you feel right at home with them while reading them. If people like Gus existed in my world, I'm sure I'd never be sad. Aaron Paul Lazar is one of my favorite authors and will remain so.

    15. Love the mix of suspense and some romanceI loved all the characters in the book especially Gus and Joe. This book is easy to follow and keeps you on your toes. I would definitely try more of the authors books.

    16. Not as good as I expected. Shelby is a spoiled brat and needs a firmer hand than Gus can manage and Camille is almost as bad. How she found her superman is beyond me. The story itself is interesting but I would not recommend it to anyone.

    17. Arron Paul Lazar has outdone himself. Having chosen Under The Ice as my first book to read on my new Kindle, I was engrossed from start to finish. I look forward to reading more of his work.

    18. Easy ReadThe story easily ambles along until the critical suspenseful moments. Great family story. Family interaction is realistic and the final results provide the reader with a pleasant sigh.

    19. What a good book! I really enjoyed the plot, the characters and the shenanigans of the children. Apparently, there are more of the Gus LaGarde mysteries and I sure hope I can find them without spending mega bucks because I think I'm gonna have to read them all!

    20. Great book! Had elements of a cozy mystery but also a suspenseful read. And a good book to read in the winter!

    21. Great bookA little confusing at times but the story is great. I read the book in under a day with Aaron Paul laser bravo

    22. A wonderful storyI loved ft his book. Full of drama, great characters that made me me wish I could actually meet them. Highly recommended.

    23. Enjoyable readWholesome mystery that was very relatable and easy to read. This novel captures the feelings any parent experiences when their child is in danger.

    24. Under the IceThis is the first book I have read in this series. I really enjoyed it . It was a very good mystery . I would recommend this book.

    25. Wow!This was an exciting book. I loved the characters. I look forward to reading more of Aaron Paul Lazar's books.

    26. Under the iceThis book started off very slow, about the time I was going to but the book down. The story line really picked up. Finished off fantastic.

    27. Captivating and well written, this book kept me interested right to the end. I would highly recommend this book.

    28. Interesting group of characters. A good read. Keeps you guessing on how it will end. I would not call it a mystery though.

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