Part of the Otherworld series
The Alaskan wilderness is a harsh landscape in the best of conditions, but with a pack of rogue werewolves on the loose, it's downright deadly.Elena Michaels, the American Werewolf Pack's chief enforcer, knows all too well the havoc "mutts" can wreak.
When the Pack learns of a series of gruesome maulings and murders outside of Anchorage, Elena and her partner Clay travel to Alaska in the dead of winter, expecting to hunt down a pack of dangerous werewolves.
But, trapped in a savage, frozen realm, it is their own untamed nature - and their werewolf heritage - they have to confront . . . A gripping thriller with a magical twist, Frostbitten is a brilliant new novel from an international bestseller and a writer at the very top of her game.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 352 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 01/09/2009
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9781841497761
- Paperback from £7.85
- EPUB from £5.99
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Review by Fence
t has been ages since I’ve read any of Armstrong’s books. I think I sorta faded away from them with Broken. But that was way back in 2006, she’s had four more books in the series out since then, as well as some YA books in the ‘verse, not to mention the ooodles of short stories. And while these books are pretty far removed from the cannon there is something so enjoyable about them....
Review by BellaMiaow
What's better than a series you can rely on to provide solid plots with intriguing twists spiced by the occasional sexy romps? All that with ongoing character development! I love seeing the growth Elena is making, and the way her relationship with Clay deepens and matures over time. I can't think of much to say without giving away too much to those familiar with the series. I doubt this is the best place for readers new to Women of the Otherworld to start, simply because they wouldn't get the full effect of the continuity, but they wouldn't be lost, either. I loved it!
Review by JeremyPreacher
I like this set of characters, and this was a perfectly serviceable airplane book.
Review by sharrow
I cannot believe it took me so long to get round to reading this. It's a great installment for the Women of the Otherworld series and I love the development of Elena. She's a woman with such depth and I think that the author focuses so well on not just the relationships between characters , but Elena's own growth. Loved it. LOVE Clay. He's made of awesome too!
Review by ChristineEllei
Another in the WOMEN OF THE OTHERWORLD series bringing back Elena (the only female werewolf), her mate Clay and Jeremy and his entourage. This book introduces us to a new species of supernaturals, the “Shifters” and also gives a little glimpse in to where the series may be headed. Although I did enjoy the book and am a loyal follower of Ms. Armstrong and her books, for my personal taste this one had a little too much action and not enough meat in the story (no pun intended).<br/><br/>
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