Review: Frostbitten by Kelley Armstrong

Monday, April 21, 2014
Series: Women of the Otherworld #10
Release Date: October 1, 2009
Publisher: Orbit
Reviewed by: Amber R.
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Continuing on with my Women of the Otherworld series binge, I've finally made it to Frostbitten. And just for a little back story here, when I first read Bitten I wasn't the biggest fan of Elena and Clay. But with each book I've grown to love them more and more. Frostbitten was a great Elena/Clay story. There was so much progression in the characters and in their relationship. It also gives us a pretty clear direction to where the pack is heading.

There is trouble in Alaska and Elena and Clay are of course off to take care of it. But it seems like Alaska is a breeding ground for trouble and mythical things that even werewolves can't believe in. With mutts and former pack members running around Anchorage and missing girls that are most likely tied to the mutts, it's Elena and Clay's job to clean up the mess. But things are definitely more than they bargained for. They're on a back and forth chase with the mutts who are smarter and more organized than most non pack.

All kinda of things are happening. Elena being molded into being Alpha, the worry and stress over what that might do to the relationship between Elena and Clay. We were reminded a lot in this book that Clay isn't just the brute pack enforcer that he's always been. He's usually feared by others but we've been told that he's an amazingly understanding, wonderful husband, a patient, loving, indulgent some what soft father, and an academic. It seems like it throughout the book it was really enforcing the fact that Elena and Clay were a partnership no matter what.

I think that what this book was really about was progressing Elena and Clay as characters and really preparing us for what's going to happen next. I hope we really get to see Elena later on, maybe when the twins are older?? That would be so cool. Elena all settled in as Alpha and the twins getting into young adult shenanigans. I don't know but I really just love this group of characters and I can't wait to see what's going to come next for them.

2 comments:

  1. Nice review Amber, thanks. You keep encouraging me to start this series.

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    1. I do love this series. I'll be ingested l interested to see what you think if you do start it.

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