Lady Ice

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
A love story between a widower and a woman who thought she was too icy to fall in love again. More
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Price: Free! USD

Published by Unicorn Productions
Words: 190
Language: English
About Barbara G.Tarn

My pen name is Barbara G.Tarn, a.k.a. Barb, and I'm a writer, sometimes an artist, mostly a world-creator and story-teller of fantasy worlds.
I intend to publish my many stories set on my fictional world of Silvery Earth from 2011 on, starting with the shorter and continuing with the novels, so check back soon!
The graphic novels are available in print and for download (PDF only, unfortunately graphic novels don't come out very well as e-books - yet) - check my blog for info.

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Review by: Ana C. Nunes on Sep. 10, 2013 : (no rating)
Despite having liked a few panels, this comic lacked narrative focus and character development. The art wasn't superb, but that wasn't really what made it bad. The story just had nothing going for it. No build-up, no real confrontation, the action bounced around without logic and it was just hard to firgure out what it was all about.
Still, the art wasn't all that bad and it worked well as an ebook.
(review of free book)

Review by: Joleene Naylor on July 08, 2012 :
Another great one shot from Barb! I always enjoy her art style and her hot, hot heroes - and this is a love story too! Five stars for sure :) Only wish it was in color.
(review of free book)

Review by: Elizabeth McCoy on May 25, 2011 :
A very impressive experiment: a graphic novel in epub format! (Well, and others -- I grabbed the epub one.) If I were able to set font-size by-book and not globally, to shrink the license boilerplate text, it would have fit my iPad perfectly. As it was, I had a few pages where I was switching back and forth to read the full word-balloon -- but considering I like a very large default font for reading, that's m'own fault.

For the plot, it was a nice diversion. There are a few manga-style jumps, where the reader has to work more to figure out what's going on between panels, and I would have liked to know more about the widower's former family and what happened to them. I fear that I also grumbled at people being glad that someone'd stopped being a warrior; why can't someone be a warrior *and* a lady, eh?

Still, worth checking out.
(review of free book)

Review by: Roberta Beach Jacobson on May 22, 2011 :
I very much enjoyed this experience and am glad graphic novels work at Smashwords. Thank you. A professional job.
(review of free book)

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