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Second in command the tortured Arian Torn between two very different men Frost fears that she may not be able to protect either of them from herse. The blurb of Frostfire cannot express the ride this novel will take you on If you read it around people they may wonder why you have gone from laughing hysterically to sobbing into your hanky within no time at all and yeah definitely have a hanky to handThe three main characters are some of the most developed and three dimensional characters I have read about in a long time Frost is simultaneously a very strong character who has pulled herself through a lot and at the same time such a very weak and fragile person She is not a heroine that you always agree with sometimes you just want to give her a shake but you do always empathise with her Frost s history is revealed to the reader slowly and with each revelation we become awed at her strength Frost is forced to undergo a massive emotional transformation and you are rooting for her all the wayLuca and Arian are just as developed although we never delve into their minds My loyalties to the two men just kept switching until I decided that I just love them both eually One character experiences something that completely changes their entire personality for a time and the reader is left shaken as the foundations that they are relying on are smashed apart and we are wondering if they can ever be rebuilt As a reader I was completely wrong footed as I did not see it coming This of course added to the amazingness of the story but it also makes you wonder what it takes change a person completely and whether this change is permanentThe novel fearlessly tackles all different types of love friendship family the difference between blood and family hero worship love built simply from having somebody try to understand you but most of all what is real love When Frost first begins to fall in love the reader completely supports it and falls in love along with her It is not until almost the end of the novel that we realise that what we first thought of as love was mainly hero worship and a feeling of security that has never been felt before The true love is built up over the course of the book and kind of hits us in the face with a frying pan of emotionThe book is full of kick ass heroines not just Frost and heroes and packed with action But it is the underlying story of friendship that binds the narrative together and will have you in tears If you want thrilling fight scenes alongside your romance and fully developed characters then you ll enjoy this bookIt is not necessary to read Daughter of the Flames before reading this book though it is set in the same world However I would definitely recommend all of Zoe s other books especially Shadows on the Moon

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FrostFire

Frost is cursed possessed by a wolf demon that brings death everywhere she goes Desperate to find a cure she flees her home only to be captured by. Frostfire is like the United Nations of cliches You want headstrong heroines Dashing heroes Love triangles Romance Fantastical superpowers Racial representation Sexual orientations Anticipated love triangle resolutions Boy meets Girl meets World I could go on and on and all my criteria would be met Having read Shadows on the Moon like so many other Zoe Marriot fans I was colossally disappointed with Frostfire The writing style seems resigned and uninspired Give em what they want The plot is paper thin and transparent The descriptions are lacking in fire and fall short of igniting that spark The whole book was one exhausted horse flogged one time too many As I said Frostfire pales in contrast to Shadows on the Moon which was a really well executed piece of work from this undoubtedly gifted author I expected 2 Stars because I like her PS How the fudge did Luca know Frost s real name at the end

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The Ruan Hill Guard Trapped until she can prove she is not an enemy Frost grows increasingly close to the Guard’s charismatic leader Luca and his. Touching beautiful and chilling Review to comeWhen I started reading FrostFire I admit that my expectations were high I was positively blown away by Shadows on the Moon Zo Marriott s earlier novel and while it would be hard for this book to impress me I was still not at all disappointed It s been a long time since I ve stayed up until the late hours of the night reading a book because I simply couldn t put it down and reached for it first thing in the morning when I woke up But that s exactly what happened with FrostFire So I m going to break it down into the things I loved most about it spoilers aheadFirst of all the characters In the beginning I didn t really like Frost she was constantly running away and doubting herself and rather annoying in general But of course she wasn t supposed to be like able at first She grew steadily throughout the book into an amazing heroine that I could connect with and she ended up facing all of her worst fears and coming to terms with who she really was She was still by no means perfect but was no longer scared of herself and ended up defeating the demon wolf that had plagued her for her entire life And I loved all the other characters as well Luca Arian and Livia especially I adored almost all of the scenes that they were in which was most of the book yay so I couldn t pick just one example to uote fromThe setting in this book is so vividly imagined and real I actually felt like I was there with Frost in all of the scenes And the way the food is described reminded me somewhat of food that I ve had in Morocco especially that mix of sweet and savory which is hard to find anywhere else And delicious tea I have no idea if that s what Zo was thinking of when she wrote the book but it was really cool for me when I made that connectionOf course simply the way Zo Marriott narrates the story is part of what kept me hooked She has a way of adding lots of vivid details while keeping the action going and making me want to keep reading I ve never come across an author that writes uite like Zo but out of all the authors I have read her books are the ones that inspire me the most for my own writingIt s also been a while since I ve genuinely cried while reading a book but I totally broke down when Frost brought Luca back to himself and Arian saved both of them If anyone else had written that scene it might have been cheesy but the way Zo wrote it was just beautifulDespite all this there were some things that could have been improved although not enough to keep me from enjoying it as much as I did First of all in the beginning I think that Frost ran away from Luca and then bumped right back into him maybe one too many times The last time it happened I was starting to get a little irritated But the running away theme in general wasn t a problem on the contrary it was vitally important to Frost s development as a character so I wasn t too annoyed about thatI also disliked Frost s stutter It wasn t there the whole time but when it was it just seemed kind of unrealistic and childish I like that her uncertainty and fear was being portrayed through her speech but there might have been a better way to do that One thing that I did like about it though was how it got noticeably less common throughout the book as Frost became confidentOther than a couple of minor things there was virtually nothing I didn t love about this book All in all FrostFire was a fantastic read and I can t wait to get my hands on Zo s next book


10 thoughts on “FrostFire

  1. says:

    Eh you know I did write the thing I kinda have to think it's good

  2. says:

    Frostfire is like the United Nations of cliches You want headstrong heroines? Dashing heroes? Love triangles? Romance? Fantastical superpowers? Racial representation? Sexual orientations? Anticipated love triang

  3. says:

    I love everything about this book Everything I even love the love triangle and I dislike love triangles with a ve

  4. says:

    Touching beautiful and chilling Review to comeWhen I started reading FrostFire I admit that my expectations were high I was positively blown away by Shadows on the Moon Zoë Marriott's earlier novel and while it would be hard for this book to impress me I was still not at all disappointed It's been a long time since I've stayed up until the late hours of the night reading a book because I simply couldn't put it down an

  5. says:

    Review by MadisonFrost a girl who is possessed by the wolf believes she is dangerous and a murderer destined to live apart from everyone else While trying to save someone's live she is captured by a group of warriors trying to regain their country from rebel fighters Escape seems like the only option to keep both herself and the warriors safe When the possibility of freedom love and a home appear in the form of Luca and Arian Frost can only

  6. says:

    Wow I really loved Frostfire This is definetely ZM's best book so far Reasons whyThe writing is beautiful as are the setting and characters Frost is at first scared and feeble uncontrollable strength coming to her only when she is possessed by a dark battle raged wolf She joins the hill guard falls in love and confronts h

  7. says:

    Another stunner The characters were perfectly flawed strong and complex Although Shadows on the Moon is still my favourite of her books this

  8. says:

    Wait What? YES YES YES YES YES

  9. says:

    The blurb of Frostfire cannot express the ride this novel will take you on If you read it around people they may wonder why you have gone from laughing hysterically to sobbing into your hanky within no time at all – and yeah definitely have a hanky to handThe three main characters are some of the most developed and three dimensional characters I have read about in a long time Frost is simultaneously a very

  10. says:

    Zoë Marriot is one of those authors I adore When I receive a book by her I know I will be lost in a fantasy world from the moment I begin reading to the final paragraph on the last page Her writing is just so evocative I find my emotions become entwined with her words and I react alongside the characters to the events that occur in the book