Crown of Frost
A wicked faerie warlock haunts Elaine’s dreams.
As a Taurus witch, it’s hardly a surprise that she dreams of warlocks. Yet each time, it’s the same mysterious man with long black hair and icy blue eyes. For years, he haunts her dreams… until the day she finally meets him, face to face.
When Liam steps out from the shadows, he claims he’s come to protect her. Tall, dangerous, and ethereal, he has a noble bearing… and a dark edge.
Though Liam is everything Elaine should fear, he speaks to her with a strange familiarity, stirring distant recollections. Everything about him is woven through the fabric of her shattered memory: His voice. His touch. His promise to keep her safe.
And while her memories of Liam are sparse, she finds herself drawn to him in a way that suggests he’s the very opposite of her enemy.
Liam’s dark nature drives him to possess her. Elaine knows she should resist… but with his first wicked touch, she’s lost to his seduction.
Uncaged Review: This book is a great surprise for me – with some original takes on the faerie worlds. The characters are likable and memorable. When Elaine escaped the Blackfrost Lord in Arcadia, her memories were ripped to shreds, but a man haunted her dreams – and when she finally comes face to face with him, she begins to remember bits and pieces. The chemistry that these two have jump off the page, and the world building is terrific. When Elaine needs to return to Arcadia – to help Liam, she begins to learn the truth of everything.
The book keeps a nice pace and author does a nice job with this new world – and I’m definitely onboard for book two, which is Simon’s story – whom we met here in book one. Reviewed by Cyrene