Enter the world of Feyland, where beautiful strong fairies have been at war for years. Breena, the beautiful half fairy, half human princess from Oregon, has ascended to her rightful place in Feyland, as Queen of the Summer Kingdom. Being Queen isn't at all what she expected. Now the weight of... show more
Enter the world of Feyland, where beautiful strong fairies have been at war for years. Breena, the beautiful half fairy, half human princess from Oregon, has ascended to her rightful place in Feyland, as Queen of the Summer Kingdom. Being Queen isn't at all what she expected. Now the weight of Feyland falls heavily on her shoulders. The landscape of Feyland is scattered with the silver blood of fairies, turning the once whitish blue frost of the Winter Kingdom to silver frost, and danger lurks everywhere including within her own court. Secretly in love with her intended Winter Prince Kian, now Breena is faced with the realization of war, and the possibility of Kian as her greatest enemy. To help her navigate through the politics within her court and Feyland, help comes in the form of an old friend. Before she knows it, Breena's heart is torned between two loves, just as torned as Feyland. The fate of Feyland depends on her choices, can she make the right ones even if it means turning away from her love forever? Book 3 of the bestselling Frost Series, about the Winter Fey.Book 1: Bitter Frost (Bitter Frost #1: Frost Series) - AvailableBook 2: Forever Frost (Bitter Frost #2: Frost Series) - AvailableBook 3: Silver Frost (Bitter Frost #3: Frost Series) - AvailableBook 4: Frost Kisses (Bitter Frost #4: Frost Series) - AvailableBook 5: Midnight Frost (Bitter Frost #5: Frost Series) - Fall 2011Standalone Novel: The Fairy Letters: Letters from Winter Prince Kian to Breena (Frost Series Novel) - July 2011 Age 14 and up. Contains mild language and some steamy kissing suitable for teens and young adults.
Publish date: December 22nd 2010
Publisher: The Edge
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Frost (#3)
I'm not sure what to make of this series. I have liked it well enough so far, but I keep having that feeling like things are being rushed, that its too fast (which is a change from a novel that is dragging on and on). There was some nice twists and turns at the end followed by yet another cliffhan...