Sliced Ice by Lee Winter

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Author: Lee Winter


Ten short stories based on Lee Winter’s fierce and unforgettable ice queens and villains have been gathered into one anthology containing lesbian love, lust, friendship, and romance.

Find out what happened after Lee’s stories ended, and in one case, before it began. Iconic characters revisited include Elena Bartell (The Brutal Truth), Elizabeth Thornton (Breaking Character), Monique Carson (Hotel Queens), Natalya Tsvetnenko (Requiem for Immortals), Catherine Ayers (The Red Files), and Cynthia Redwell (Under Your Skin).

  • Closeted actresses Elizabeth and Summer come out publicly in Skye Storm’s Invite Absolutely Everyone Ultimate Pool Party.
  • CEO sex fantasies goddess Monique indulges in sizzling hijinks with the client you’d least expect in Number Five.
  • There’s a wedding proposal in The Brutal Lie after media mogul Elena has exacted her sweet revenge on a rival for outing her and Maddie.
  • Ambitious and acidic TV producer Cynthia wakes up the day after Catherine Ayers’s wedding with a hangover and a butch ex-softballer in her bed in When DC Met Iowa.
  • It’s launch day for reporter Maddie’s book of blogs in Aliens of New York. But her publicist is confounded by the crazy rumor that media mogul Elena Bartell might show up. Why would she?
  • Sporting goods store manager Dani endures a quirky Aussie Christmas with her secret lesbian lover while facing off against her intimidating Great-Aunt Jean in The Friend.
  • In Five Times Felicity Met Elena, overlooked lawyer Felicity shares her first impressions of the imposing media legend who will one day become her boss.
  • Catherine and Lauren, two reporters madly missing each other, make their own sexy fun at an eccentric LA party in Flashbang.
  • How does a renowned cellist and former Australian assassin cope with retirement from her more lethal habits in Vienna? Find out in Love is Not Nothing.
  • In First-Class Villains, four villains from multiple Lee Winter books accidentally meet in a fogged-in airport lounge. To pass the time, they place a small wager to decide who is the worst of them all.

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Publication Date

June 2021


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68,000 words




978-3-96324-531-2 (mobi), 978-3-96324-532-9 (epub), 978-3-96324-533-6 (pdf)


Ylva Publishing

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8 reviews for Sliced Ice by Lee Winter

  1. Karola


    ***free ARC
    So good to get back to these ladies. Lee Winter‘s Ice Queens are always a very good read. If you liked her other books with these characters you‘ll love this one.

  2. Karen J Reno-Cobb


    Lee Winter’s Ice Queens are truly the stuff of legend. I had previously read all of these follow-ups by subscribing to her newsletter, other than the newest short that gives us more insight to one of the surprising characters from Hotel Queens. What’s so surprising (well not surprising knowing Lee Winter’s writing), however, is the quality of each and every one of these stories. The earlier ones were all written ostensibly as a giveaway for her readers, but it’s obvious that none was just dashed off in record time. Each gives us even more insight into some of our favorite main and side characters. What she does with Monique Carson, though, is simply incredible.

    Thanks to Ylva for gathering these amazing stories all in one place so we can easily refer back whenever we read the “big books” again!

  3. Patricia Iserman


    These stories by Lee Winter are looks into her many characters.She fleshes out their personalities giving you a more in-depth look at what they are thinking and feeling.
    If you haven’t read Lee Winters books already,you will be beating a path to Amazon or wherever to buy her books.
    If you’ve already read her books,you”ll be going back to your library to reread them.
    I can’t say enough about this skilled writer.Each book is well crafted and worth every penny you spend.
    Highly recommend.

  4. Ameliah Faith Ryan


    Wonderfully Wonderful!

    To say this book is fantastic would be an understatement. There is absolutely nothing not to love about this anthology! There are ten lovely stories from Ms Winter’s most beloved tales. From The Brutal Truth, Requiem for Immortals, Breaking Character and more, these stories are sure to delight. Of course The Brutal Truth being my all-time favourite book, I think I loved these the best but none of them are less than…well, wonderful lol! I just cannot stress enough how perfect this book is and if you miss it, you will regret it! If you only read one book this year, make it this one!!!

  5. Betty Harmon


    I have really been looking forward to reading Sliced Ice by Lee Winter, and I’m so glad it is finally in my possession. This is a collection of short stories that Ms. Winter has written over the years. A few have appeared in other anthologies while others have been given out to her fans online. Most of the stories are about characters we have come to know and like (or love) from her best-selling novels. At least one is an original tale with all new characters.

    I have to admit I’ve already read most of these stories with the exception of one brand new story based on a secondary character from Hotel Queens. That didn’t stop me from reading each and every one again with joy. My favorite ice queens, and the people who have melted their hearts are in some of these tales. We get a glimpse into how these characters are doing once the novel ends or in a few cases before or during the book. These stories will excite, entertain, and tug at your heart. This collection is in my favorites, and will be a book I’ll reach for again and again.
    I received an ARC from Ylva Publishing for an honest review.

  6. Ana Leamaro


    Free ARC
    It was a such great joy to revisit all characters from Lee Winter`s main books. Some of the short stories I already new but most of them not. My favorite was the one with Felicity and now I can’t wait for the book in November. Excellent read while waiting until November.

  7. pharridge


    It’s Lee Winter and it’s ice queens….brilliant!

  8. Karen McIntosh


    I loved this collection of short stories by Lee Winter. I’m a huge fan of short stories and enjoyed how Ms Winter used these to fill in some details about her characters and their lives. They were engaging and extremely hot. My particular favourites were from her Brutal Truth collection. I loved being back with Elena and Maddie. I also enjoyed Number Five, which is based on her Hotel Queens novel. It was scorching and empowering. A wonderful collection.

    I was given this ARC to review.

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