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Sunday, January 24, 2016

Frostbite

Frostbite Plot Summary
As promised another review is rolling out.  I finished this one a few days ago and I am just now getting to the review.  This book did a much better job keeping me interested than the first book.  Not that the first book wasn't interesting but I liked this one better.

They kicked the action up in this book compared to the previous book, by like a lot, and I think that was why I liked it so much better than the first.  The ending was sad but much more interesting to a lot of magic and beatings and testosterone.  The action is not the only thing that got kicked up a notch.  The forbidden love story from the first book continues to develop in this book as well.  The majority of the time it seems more like a war between the body and the mind between the two characters, sexual tension and forbidden temptation are hard to overcome especially at 17.  I forget how intense first loves are when you are in high school and hormones are raging and everything is ridiculously important to you.  This story is a little different than a normal teen's story considering the circumstances but, not really, all the typical pining and whining is there.  The spelling/grammar mistakes are much improved, it only happened once or twice this book.  A step up from the first book in a lot of ways.

Rating~1