Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Review : Crimson Frost by Jennifer Estep

Crimson Frost is book 4 in the Mythos Academy series by Jennifer Estep. The book picks up where the last book " Dark Frost " left off. Gwen and Logan are finally on their first date when the Protectorate show up and place her under arrest for freeing Loki. As if it' s not bad enough that she is being falsely accused of purposely freeing Loki of her own free will and that Logan' s dad is part of the Protectorate but then they also accuse her of the falsehoods in front of the entire Mythos Academy staff nd student body. So in the midst of being attacked by her fellow students Gwen has to also find a way to prove her innocence.                                                                                    

 I really loved reading Crimson Frost. Even though it is the fourth full length book in the series it is still very enthralling and every time you think you know what is going to happen Jennifer throws in another twist and your left in awe. There's more at stake now than ever with Loki freed and the action that ensues is riveting. I think it is very nice seeing the strength of the friendships and bonds that Gwen has made in the  past novels, really come to light here. There are some things mentioned toward the end of the book that make me very curious to see what' s in store for these friends in book 5 but I am not going to tell what,you will just have to read it and see. Speaking of the end of the book I was really shocked by what happened between Logan and Gwen and I am anxious to see where they go from here. Full of action, suspense and a little bit of romance I highly recommend Crimson Frost to fans of urban fantasy and PNR and of course especially Jennifer Estep fans. But I would like to note that I highly suggest reading the rest of the series first.                                                                                                                
I received this book in exchange for an honest review

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