It’s rare enough when I get to experience a story from a male character’s POV but it’s an even more unusual occurrence in Young Adult so when Spartan Frost and I crossed paths there was only one possible outcome. This novella needed to be read. After inhaling the first chapter, I was happy that I’d just finished Crimson Frost because the beginning of this short could have been a scene in the previous installment’s final battle.
Genre: Young Adult
Logan and Gwen’s long awaited first date finally takes place but as expected, in true Frost fashion, it blows up spectacularly. Too bad that spilling coffee onto the Spartan’s lap is the least of her problems. Gwen’s first meeting with her beau’s dad doesn’t exactly go well either; overprotective parents are one thing but arresting […]
Dark Frost is hands down the darkest installment I’ve read so far in this series; it kicks off with a bloody Reaper massacre at the museum and only escalates from there. There’s no happily-ever-after to be had in this Mythos Academy book, instead things go from bad to worse and if you’re a fan of […]
Amber Argyle has solidified herself on my must-read list. The covers on her books, are my absolute favourite – they are so beautiful. Her Witch Song books are unique and well written and I’m happy to report, such is the case with Winter Queen.