Random House, 2009
In the latest installment of her Women of the Otherworld series, Kelley Armstrong returns to one of her most beloved characters, female werewolf Elena Michaels.
This time around Elena and her mate Clay are off to Alaska in pursuit of a mutt (a werewolf without pack affiliation), while also checking in on two werewolves who left the pack but remained friends. There are also some suspicious deaths in the area that their pack leader, Jeremy, wants them to look into.
While there was a lot going on in Frostbitten, Armstrong once again hits a literary home run, giving her readers what they want and expect: excellent storytelling, character growth, elements of the supernatural and a touch of romance.
The plots were tightly woven and as usual the characters were not only believable, but our understanding of their past, especially Elana’s, deepened, allowing the reader to get a better grasp on who she is.
Some new characters were introduced and while they may have been minor characters, I have a feeling that we will be seeing a few of them again in future books.
I have yet to read anything by Armstrong that I haven’t loved, and Frostbitten wasn’t an exception.
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