Published by Createspace Independent Pub on January 26, 2017
Series: Midnight Ice #1
Genres: Young Adult, Romance, Paranormal
Source: eARC from Author
Even the hottest love can turn a girl cold-blooded…
Life's tough for a vampire thief on the run—just ask Pandora Scott, she knows. Four years ago she ran away from home after everyone she loved betrayed her. But now her annoyingly grown up (and handsome) ex boyfriend is stalking her, begging her to return. A mysterious vamp with a particularly dangerous (and sexy) stare keeps popping unexpectedly into her life. The extremely powerful head vampire of New York is hunting her down because she may or may not have broken into his highly-secure, highly-secretive personal vault. And the fate she's been trying to outrun? Well, it's about to catch up. Because even a super-speedy vamp with the ability to disappear can't escape her own destiny.
A brand new spinoff to the Midnight Fire series! Fans will enjoy special appearances from Kira, Luke and Tristan while falling in love with the new characters and new adventure of Midnight Ice.
*Please note, you do not need to read the books of Midnight Fire to enjoy Frost (Midnight Ice Book 1). They are two standalone series with character crossover.
Frost is the first book in the young adult paranormal series, Midnight Ice series by author Kaitlyn Davis. The Midnight Ice series is a spin off series from her very popular, Midnight Fire series. I never read Midnight fire, but it has gotten tons and tons of rave reviews over the past few years. The series can each be read separately, but the books in each of the series do need to be read in order. They are all set in the same world and they do have some character crossover.
Frost is a story about Pandora, who is a titan turned vampire. But not a titan like you are probably thinking. What intrigued me most about Frost was how mysterious the whole set up of the story was. It has been ages since I have read a vampire story, but this one felt different right from the start. There are all sorts of protectors- people who protect humans from vampires. But they are not the tradiaonal hunters. There are conduits and trackers, and it was all very unique. It took me some time to be able to sort everything out. I’m not sure if more of the backstory is described in the other series or not, but there were a lot of new characters and types of creatures in this book that I had to make sense of. For instance, I wasn’t quite sure what the titans were. I know they were also a form of protector, but they were different somehow too. It was all really cool. Mysterious but cool.
And then there was the romance. Jax is Pandora’s old love interest, but like everyone else in her past she is deeply hurt and betrayed by them. Another big mystery of the story. I was dying to know what caused Pandora to run away and become a vampire in the first place. Not to mention she is pretty cool, herself. She can become in visible and she is a bada** vampire thief. Heck yea! I don’t want to give away too much more of the story because part of the fun of this book was unpacking the mysteries. I still have plenty of questions that need to be answered in the next book, but let’s suffice it to say I am intrigued. Frost started out a bit confusing, but stick with it because it gets a lot better once the story gains momentum. Frost was a good start to what looks to be an interesting series.
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Thanks so much for joining my tour, Michelle, and taking a chance on my new release! Great review 🙂 I’m so happy you enjoyed the start to the series!
Mary Margaret Devine
This sounds like an amazing book. Your review is concise and makes me want to read it even more. Thank you for all your efforts.
Been meaning to read this, but hadn’t seen any reviews! Great one, btw!
I’m looking forward to reading Frost. Thank you for your review.
What a creepy cover! Thanks for sharing your review!