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Noc Feyreigner, leader of the assassins of Cruor, is living on borrowed time. If he fails to kill his final mark―Leena Edenfrell―his own life will be forfeit. With the dark magic of Curor's Oath testing his control, Noc has to fight with everything he is to keep the woman he loves safe. Leena would do anything to help Noc overcome the oath. So when she hears of a beast rumo Noc Feyreigner, leader of the assassins of Cruor, is living on borrowed time. If he fails to kill his final mark―Leena Edenfrell―his own life will be forfeit. With the dark magic of Curor's Oath testing his control, Noc has to fight with everything he is to keep the woman he loves safe. Leena would do anything to help Noc overcome the oath. So when she hears of a beast rumored to have the power needed to save Noc's life, she is quick to embark on an expedition to the frozen north. But what starts as a hunt for a magical beast quickly turns into Leena and her trusted band of assassins as prey...and time is running out.


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Noc Feyreigner, leader of the assassins of Cruor, is living on borrowed time. If he fails to kill his final mark―Leena Edenfrell―his own life will be forfeit. With the dark magic of Curor's Oath testing his control, Noc has to fight with everything he is to keep the woman he loves safe. Leena would do anything to help Noc overcome the oath. So when she hears of a beast rumo Noc Feyreigner, leader of the assassins of Cruor, is living on borrowed time. If he fails to kill his final mark―Leena Edenfrell―his own life will be forfeit. With the dark magic of Curor's Oath testing his control, Noc has to fight with everything he is to keep the woman he loves safe. Leena would do anything to help Noc overcome the oath. So when she hears of a beast rumored to have the power needed to save Noc's life, she is quick to embark on an expedition to the frozen north. But what starts as a hunt for a magical beast quickly turns into Leena and her trusted band of assassins as prey...and time is running out.

30 review for The Frozen Prince

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    Actual Rating: 2.5 stars I think The Frozen Prince suffers a bit from the series pivoting toward a YA audience. There are a lot of interesting elements to the world and mythology with a plot that at times would draw me in. However, because the romance element is toned down it highlights the weaknesses of plot and pacing in parts AND it spends the first part of the book doing a thing I really am not a fan of where the romantic conflict could be solved if people would just have a conversation! And Actual Rating: 2.5 stars I think The Frozen Prince suffers a bit from the series pivoting toward a YA audience. There are a lot of interesting elements to the world and mythology with a plot that at times would draw me in. However, because the romance element is toned down it highlights the weaknesses of plot and pacing in parts AND it spends the first part of the book doing a thing I really am not a fan of where the romantic conflict could be solved if people would just have a conversation! And halfway through they do have a conversation and it fixes it, but it was dragged out for a long time. A big problem I had with this was it didn't seem to know what it wanted to do or be. There isn't a central conflict or task that is a throughline. Rather, we get a choppy set of different mini-plots. (Relationship drama because of not being honest, later a sort of quest story, and a backstory that is introduced too late in the game) I'm also not sure the flashbacks added much of anything to the story and it feels like they're they're to camouflage some of the weaknesses. It might sound like I hated the book, and I didn't. It had elements with a lot of potential, but because of all this I struggled to get through it. And that's unfortunate. I think a spicier adult romance might have helped with some things to make allowances and have a stronger emotional thread, but going with a toned down YA version makes that harder to pull off. Also, the ending was unsatisfying to me, especially because if this had been tightened up, the conflict coming in book 3 could have been addressed here. I think some readers will enjoy this more than I did, especially if you're into all the magical beasts with different abilities. That part was cool. But I wanted more from this than I got. I received an advance copy of this book for review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sheena ☆ Oh, the Sheenanigans!

    Noc, the leader of the assassins of Cruor, is living on borrowed time. If he fails to kill his final mark―Leena―his own life will be forfeit. With the dark magic of Curor's Oath testing his control, Noc has to fight with everything he has to keep the woman he loves safe while the exiled beast charmer would do anything to help Noc overcome the oath. When she hears of a beast rumored to have the power needed to save Noc's life, she is quick to embark on an expedition to the frozen Noc, the leader of the assassins of Cruor, is living on borrowed time. If he fails to kill his final mark―Leena―his own life will be forfeit. With the dark magic of Curor's Oath testing his control, Noc has to fight with everything he has to keep the woman he loves safe while the exiled beast charmer would do anything to help Noc overcome the oath. When she hears of a beast rumored to have the power needed to save Noc's life, she is quick to embark on an expedition to the frozen north but what starts as a hunt for a magical beast quickly turns into Leena and her trusted band of assassins as prey. Right off the bat, ‘Frozen Prince’ continues where ‘Kingdom of Exiles’ left off with the original crew―Noc, Leena, Calem, Kost, Ozias alongside new guild recruits and we can’t forget the mystifying beasts. The author stayed true to the original novel and didn’t do anything drastic to push me away from this which is a recurrent problem with me. I tend to always love the first installment of any series but when it comes to the sequel release―dun dun dun. Additional to that, this time around the author incorporated other characters―Kost, Oz, etc.―POV’s into the mix which was a great add-on to the story. Seeing the perspective of the other characters who played a major role in finding the beast to prevent Noc from succumbing to his oath, helped create a more well-rounded story and the fact that it centralized amongst my favorite characters was a plus. It was a nice change I wasn't expecting. There were just so many good things I liked about this read―Calum struggle with his beast, Noc and Leena relationship bring pushed to the brink, a possible romantic interest in the horizon for Kost, Noc’s oath effecting his glamour and the past segments that gave us a in depth peek at Noc’s past life. Though it’s not to say this was perfect. For the beginning portion of this fantasy novel, it was a bit slow and the back and forth, I trust you but won’t tell you what I am hiding between Leena and Noc was repetitive enough to have me rolling my eyes. Nonetheless, the series did start to pick up ¾ of the way. It definitely had a Fantastic Beasts meets Assassin's Creed vibe to it as there was more action, fighting, new beast sightings, and a near life changing event that will forever change the course of their journey forever. Needless to say, after reading this in one sitting, I look forward to reading the conclusion of ‘The Beast Charmer’ series. 2021 can’t come fast enough.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sue's Romance Reviews

    Simply CANNOT WAIT! I loved the first book and am DYING to continue the story!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Frozen Prince is the second installment in author Maxym Martineau's The Beast Charmer trilogy. The first thing you should know is that this series was originally released as an adult fantasy romance. It has been reworked and re-released as a teen fantasy, retaining the same title, plot, and characters, while also aging them down and removing the explicit sexual content. This story revolves around a group of 5 individuals; *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Fantasy *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* The Frozen Prince is the second installment in author Maxym Martineau's The Beast Charmer trilogy. The first thing you should know is that this series was originally released as an adult fantasy romance. It has been reworked and re-released as a teen fantasy, retaining the same title, plot, and characters, while also aging them down and removing the explicit sexual content. This story revolves around a group of 5 individuals; Noc Feyreigner, Calem, Kost, Ozias, and of course, Leena Edenfrell who survived a contract that was put out on her life by an unknown person for reasons that haven't been fully explained yet. *Full Review @ Gizmos Reviews* https://gizmosreviews.blogspot.com/20...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Permanently_Booked

    Martineau really knows how to keep a cast of characters alive for the reader. The second book in this series focuses on Noc and his mysterious past. Sometimes in books like this, the author tends to focus so much on the new MC that the original MC and side characters are lost in the pages. NOT WITH MARTINEAU!! She still had Leena, Kost, Calem and Oz front and center just like before. I've grown to love this crew and the books and beasts are getting better and better. In my last review I had some Martineau really knows how to keep a cast of characters alive for the reader. The second book in this series focuses on Noc and his mysterious past. Sometimes in books like this, the author tends to focus so much on the new MC that the original MC and side characters are lost in the pages. NOT WITH MARTINEAU!! She still had Leena, Kost, Calem and Oz front and center just like before. I've grown to love this crew and the books and beasts are getting better and better. In my last review I had some questions that I found answered here. Slow parts were minimal compared to book one. The pace of Frozen Prince was perfect for me. One downfall is the typical lack of communication that runs in YA books. Where the conflict in the book stems from the character's inability to just tell the truth and not harbor secrets. Though I will give Martineau credit for the reasoning behind it. It still tended to frustrate me at times. The world building is just as superb as book one. For once I'm actually using a map as I read all due to the excitement of the new beasts in each area. The magic system has held true from the start and has brought in a new danger that I'm hoping is literally released in book 3! Is my excitement palpable yet??! Can you see me bouncing on my heels with anticipation for the next one (Hopefully July)? Sourcebooksfire has created a big Martineau fan. I honestly don't know how these aren't everywhere right now. Special thank you to Sourcebooksfire for the gifted copy in exchange for an honest review. If you like fantastical beasts... Magic... Loveable characters... Fantasy... I think you need these in your life too. True rating 4.5/5, rounded for Goodreads.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Meigan

    THE FROZEN PRINCE is a fantastic sequel to The Kingdom of Exiles, and I loved getting to know more about Noc and his origins. With the previous book, readers were introduced to Leena and Noc, mark and assassin, and watched as they raced to find a cure for his curse before Leena became a victim of it. Or before he decided to fulfill the Oath he was hired for and collect the bounty on her life. Now the tables have turned and it’s his life on the line since he hasn’t fulfilled the Oath, and they’re THE FROZEN PRINCE is a fantastic sequel to The Kingdom of Exiles, and I loved getting to know more about Noc and his origins. With the previous book, readers were introduced to Leena and Noc, mark and assassin, and watched as they raced to find a cure for his curse before Leena became a victim of it. Or before he decided to fulfill the Oath he was hired for and collect the bounty on her life. Now the tables have turned and it’s his life on the line since he hasn’t fulfilled the Oath, and they’re racing to find a way to break it. This is compounded by the fact that Noc seems to be keeping secrets, ones that pertain to his past and tie in to the present, and he’s slowly being taken over by the Darkness that speaks through the Oath. The plot in this second book was even more tense and fraught with danger, as every character is facing some sort of battle in addition to their main foe. While Leena managed to clear her name, the danger is not quite yet over for her. Wynn is still a threat and still working with other Charmers, maybe even ones on the Council. But Leena’s not completely cut off from the rest of her kind as there’s a surprising new addition to their little group in the form of a fellow Charmer, and I really like the new character. The ending is promising even more danger than ever and I can’t wait to see how Noc, Leena, and the rest of Cruor will overcome these new adversaries. The beast in this book is nothing compared to the newest threat, and it’s certainly going to make for a long and tortuous wait for book 3. If you haven’t started this series yet, do yourself a favor and add it to your tbr. It’s such an incredible mix of magic and beasts and dark fantasy, and it’s definitely one that’s made it to my favorites. *Many thanks to Sourcebooksfire for the arc.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Karley Essington

    It was so great going on another adventure with these characters! My only complaint was not getting as much time with Calem. I loved meeting more beasts and learning more about the ones we already met. I also really enjoyed Gaige and hope he is present in the next book. What I really liked about this book is that the attention was focused on Noc and Leena of course but, it also was a great deal on Leena and the other assassins which I felt really made the book. You could see a family starting an It was so great going on another adventure with these characters! My only complaint was not getting as much time with Calem. I loved meeting more beasts and learning more about the ones we already met. I also really enjoyed Gaige and hope he is present in the next book. What I really liked about this book is that the attention was focused on Noc and Leena of course but, it also was a great deal on Leena and the other assassins which I felt really made the book. You could see a family starting and it made my heart hurt. I am very much looking forward to the next book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Liz (Quirky Cat)

    The second novel in the Beast Charmer series, The Frozen Prince, is a novel I've been waiting for since I concluded Kingdom of Exiles. It is also a novel that is so worth the wait, and has already left me looking forward to the third novel in the series. Noc Feyreigner has long been known as the leader of the assassins of Cruor. Yet even then, there's always been a dark suspicion that there's something more to his past. A reason why he died, and was raised to become the leader. Now Noc must dea The second novel in the Beast Charmer series, The Frozen Prince, is a novel I've been waiting for since I concluded Kingdom of Exiles. It is also a novel that is so worth the wait, and has already left me looking forward to the third novel in the series. Noc Feyreigner has long been known as the leader of the assassins of Cruor. Yet even then, there's always been a dark suspicion that there's something more to his past. A reason why he died, and was raised to become the leader. Now Noc must deal with his past – all while trying to find a way out of the Cruor's Oath. For he will die before he killed his mark. Before he kills Leena, his love. A beast charmer who changed his life, and the lives of his people. “No one had denied Cruor's Oath before. Whenever we accepted a bounty, the mark simply appeared and would remain inked into our skin until the job was done. If we tried to renege on our promise, our life would be sacrificed in exchange.” So, somehow I nearly missed the release of The Frozen Prince, despite how anxiously I was waiting for this sequel. I'm going to blame that on my inability to leave the house and browse the bookstore. Anyway, I'm SO glad that I didn't miss it, and that it lived up to my expectations! I've been waiting to see what would happen with Noc, Leena, and their varied allies (not to mention, all of Leena's wonderful beasts!). Noc and Leena's plots are the most dominant stories in this novel (after all, it includes his past, their struggle to survive, and a growing war), yet they're far from being the only plots in The Frozen Prince. I think that is one of the many reasons why I loved it so much. Once again, Kost, Oz, and all of the others are making an appearance. And I couldn't be happier about that fact. I love that we got to see a bit more of the world, and some of the politics as well. I've always felt like the big bad of the series (that is to say, the opposing nation that exiled beast charmers) needed more development, and now we're starting to get that. As for the beast charming side of things – that was lovely, as always. I love the concept, and really do need to find myself more books like this. Leena's plot arcs raised dozens of questions along the way, but I'm confident that they'll be answered soon (and I even have some theories on that front – something I'm sure I'm not alone on). We're getting a whole lot more than that as well, which has left me eagerly looking for any news on when the third novel (The Shattered Crown) will be out. More importantly, I just want to get an idea of what sort of revelations will be snuck inside it. Check out more reviews over at Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jenna

    I think that The Frozen Prince did a really good job at giving us background on Noc and where he came from. I would love to see more about his past life and lovers in the third novel! One thing that I struggled with was the lack of action in the first half. It was definitley very history based and for me that is not my preference but it was done very well. And wow. The second half made up for it. I loved the plot twist on the mystery person behind the oath. I know we got a little bit of insight I think that The Frozen Prince did a really good job at giving us background on Noc and where he came from. I would love to see more about his past life and lovers in the third novel! One thing that I struggled with was the lack of action in the first half. It was definitley very history based and for me that is not my preference but it was done very well. And wow. The second half made up for it. I loved the plot twist on the mystery person behind the oath. I know we got a little bit of insight on to why they want Leena dead so much and why they don't like Noc, but I would love to see their backstory as well. It is important to me as a reader to understand the villain's reasoning behind their actions and I would love to see just a little bit more from the villains in the third installment. I absolutley love the friendship that has bloomed between Kost, Leena, Calem, and Ozias. I think their friendship has progressed beautifully with some bumps in the road. Leena can be a bit too forgiving sometimes, so I am curious on whether or not that may come back to bite her in the next book. Would provide for some more drama :D. I love some drama. I absolutley love the beasts/charmer aspect of the magic. Also the raised Cruor. It is a really nice blend of realistic and magical elements. And I love Leena and the other character's relationships with them. I cannot wait to learn more about the different beasts, like the other four S-Class beasts, and why Leena has the power to tame the more powerful beasts. Overall a really fun and entertaining read. A cliff hanger! I need to know what happens with Darrien, they who shall remain unnamed, and the King of Willheim.

  10. 5 out of 5

    TeensatVPL

    Reviewed by Benjamin Y Noc and Leena, the heroines of Lendria embark on a new quest circulating an ultimatum. After breaking free from the curse that chained him down for so long, there is still one more thing holding Noc back. A blood oath is changing him, making him decide between killing his one true love, Leena, or be sacrificed. Along with their team of assassins, the pair starts a dire journey to find the one thing that can reverse this cruel destiny. Faced with betrayal, fear, and death, Reviewed by Benjamin Y Noc and Leena, the heroines of Lendria embark on a new quest circulating an ultimatum. After breaking free from the curse that chained him down for so long, there is still one more thing holding Noc back. A blood oath is changing him, making him decide between killing his one true love, Leena, or be sacrificed. Along with their team of assassins, the pair starts a dire journey to find the one thing that can reverse this cruel destiny. Faced with betrayal, fear, and death, they need to pull off a miracle to reach their desired end game. One thing that sets this book apart from the rest is the sense of discovery each time a new magical creature is introduced. One can clearly tell the efforts that the author made in brainstorming the extensive back-story of each beast all displayed at the back of the book. These pages give the reader a deeper understanding of Lendria, the setting of the story. Character dynamics is a part that could be adjusted. There were instances where the relationship between the protagonists became too graphic, potentially disturbing younger audiences. Some relationships could also be further explained and delved upon. Altogether, there were many highlights, but I highly stress at least skimming through the first book. Reading ‘The Kingdom of Exiles’ clears up confusion in the plot, creating a more optimal experience. (Rating – 4/5) Perfect for readers who fell in love with classic fantasy titles including The Red Queen series by Victoria Aveyard as well as the iconic Harry Potter novels.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Caitlin Siciliano

    Despite breaking his curse, Noc hasn't broken the magical oath compelling him to kill Leena. Things are going sideways quickly and Noc is having hallucinations that make it hard to control his darker urges. Leena is trying to save him, but it's hard to help him when it's clear he's hiding something from her. The group sets out to find the cure for Noc, but no one can hide from their past forever. Alliances are tested, danger abounds, and the gods are meddling. This was such a fun read - I really Despite breaking his curse, Noc hasn't broken the magical oath compelling him to kill Leena. Things are going sideways quickly and Noc is having hallucinations that make it hard to control his darker urges. Leena is trying to save him, but it's hard to help him when it's clear he's hiding something from her. The group sets out to find the cure for Noc, but no one can hide from their past forever. Alliances are tested, danger abounds, and the gods are meddling. This was such a fun read - I really enjoyed the first book, so I was very excited for this release. I'm a little bummed that it's now YA instead of adult romance, but it was still a great story. I'm particularly drawn to the world-building and discovering what all the different beasts can do. The plot moved fairly quickly, and though I don't recall all of the first book, the plot involving who Noc really is wasn't hard to figure out (maybe that was by design? Again, I don't remember all of details of the first book). I enjoyed finding out who put the bounty on Leena in the first place - definitely didn't see that coming. I eagerly anticipate the third book!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kimberlyisreading

    I've enjoyed these books because they're different, not the same old story being told. This book gives us so much more on Noc, and while he's finally broken his curse, he's still compelled to kill Leena. Trying not to kill the woman he loves is driving him mad. I love the animals in this, the bestiary is so creative! And I'm so thankful for the list in the back. The ties amongst this group become stronger as well. In order to really enjoy this book, read book 1 first. If you've already read it, I've enjoyed these books because they're different, not the same old story being told. This book gives us so much more on Noc, and while he's finally broken his curse, he's still compelled to kill Leena. Trying not to kill the woman he loves is driving him mad. I love the animals in this, the bestiary is so creative! And I'm so thankful for the list in the back. The ties amongst this group become stronger as well. In order to really enjoy this book, read book 1 first. If you've already read it, skim it so that this one makes more sense. The toughest thing about this book is that book 1 was published in Romance, not YA. I found the writing of this book to be weaker than book 1 as I think the romance component is what solidified these characters. Thanks to Sourcebooks and netgalley for the review. I enjoyed this one and have high hopes for book 3!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    I loved Kingdom of Exiles where we were introduced to Leena and Noc. We know Noc is cursed and is now bound by his assassin’s curse to kill Leena to complete the bounty. This book delves into the curse and what lies ahead for Noc who is the rightful heir a throne he does not want. All that matter is the Crour and his pair mate. But some binds and oaths are stronger than others. The characters and beasts in this book are endearing, and the situations they are out in keep us coming back to see wha I loved Kingdom of Exiles where we were introduced to Leena and Noc. We know Noc is cursed and is now bound by his assassin’s curse to kill Leena to complete the bounty. This book delves into the curse and what lies ahead for Noc who is the rightful heir a throne he does not want. All that matter is the Crour and his pair mate. But some binds and oaths are stronger than others. The characters and beasts in this book are endearing, and the situations they are out in keep us coming back to see what happens. This is a great fantasy series for fans of Sarah J. Maas.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jenni

    I absolutely loved the first book and I was fortunate enough to get my hands on a copy of the adult edition. While I still enjoyed reading The Frozen Prince I missed the deep connection I felt between Noc and Leena that I got from the first book. I think because The Frozen Prince was written as YA it lost something. There was also a lot going on with more story lines introduced which will give openings to more books but also took away from the relationships between the main characters. I look fo I absolutely loved the first book and I was fortunate enough to get my hands on a copy of the adult edition. While I still enjoyed reading The Frozen Prince I missed the deep connection I felt between Noc and Leena that I got from the first book. I think because The Frozen Prince was written as YA it lost something. There was also a lot going on with more story lines introduced which will give openings to more books but also took away from the relationships between the main characters. I look forward to the third book and I hope the deep connection I felt between Noc and Leena will return!

  15. 4 out of 5

    D. E. Ellerbeck

    Thank you Sourcebooks Fire for the ARC in exchange for an honest review. I was so excited to read this sequel as I had so much fun with the first! Let me be totally honest though, this one was not that exciting. It took around 250 pages for me to really begin to engage in the plot and I feel the characters didn't have much depth. I still love the concept and will read the conclusion, I just found the story fell a bit flat for me. Thank you Sourcebooks Fire for the ARC in exchange for an honest review. I was so excited to read this sequel as I had so much fun with the first! Let me be totally honest though, this one was not that exciting. It took around 250 pages for me to really begin to engage in the plot and I feel the characters didn't have much depth. I still love the concept and will read the conclusion, I just found the story fell a bit flat for me.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Keyla Arboleda

    Heart is currently empty. While the first book was more central to Leena, the second was central to Noc. We get to find out the truth about Noc’s past, as well as how he deals with his Cruor curse. The family bond that was formed in the first book really shined through in this one. We learn more about different beasts as well, and how the gang grew with their own. Second book did an amazing job setting up for the third book, now I can’t wait!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    actual rating : 2.5 Liked the first book better. There was some characters that were mentioned in this book that I completely forgot about. Maybe I should have re-read the first book again for a refresher. Noc promised to tell Leena a secret of his and there was a lot of back and forth of "This secret could put you in danger! I am protecting you by not telling you." And then "Why don't you trust me? We are a team." I wish the reveal was handled a different way. actual rating : 2.5 Liked the first book better. There was some characters that were mentioned in this book that I completely forgot about. Maybe I should have re-read the first book again for a refresher. Noc promised to tell Leena a secret of his and there was a lot of back and forth of "This secret could put you in danger! I am protecting you by not telling you." And then "Why don't you trust me? We are a team." I wish the reveal was handled a different way.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Callie Keck

    3.5 ✨ I absolutely enjoyed the first book and was really excited for this one! This installment has brought a lot of clarity that I wanted on Noc. And as always I'm obsessed with the Leena's beast charmer aspect and all of the unique magical creatures! This is a fun series, especially for those who like dark/ morally gray characters, high fantasy, and fans of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them"... but dare I say better! 3.5 ✨ I absolutely enjoyed the first book and was really excited for this one! This installment has brought a lot of clarity that I wanted on Noc. And as always I'm obsessed with the Leena's beast charmer aspect and all of the unique magical creatures! This is a fun series, especially for those who like dark/ morally gray characters, high fantasy, and fans of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them"... but dare I say better!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Liz H {Redd's Reads}

    I enjoyed this book! It still suffered somewhat from pacing issues at times, but I liked learning more about Noc’s past and more about the political maneuvering of the different kingdoms. Hopefully, book three will show even more of that as everything comes together. The legendary feline beasts are magnificent and I wish there was more art for them! Maybe I will try my hand at some fanart :)

  20. 5 out of 5

    Melody

    I love the whole concept of charmers and all the different wonderful beasts! Sign me up for everything assasin! I always love good fantasy romance and the second book did not disappoint. I loved it just as much if not more than the first. The action, the romance, and the characters were all wonderful.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    Such an amazing book! It met and exceeded my expectations and was as good if not better than the first one! I love love LOVE the characters and reading about new and different beasts and what they are capable of. The story just keeps getting better and better. I can't wait for the next book! I need more! Such an amazing book! It met and exceeded my expectations and was as good if not better than the first one! I love love LOVE the characters and reading about new and different beasts and what they are capable of. The story just keeps getting better and better. I can't wait for the next book! I need more!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sarah McMillan

    I devoured this sequel. Ya know how they say the sequel isn't as good as the original? Well thats not the case for The Frozen Prince! Somehow I managed to fall in love with the characters even more. Can't wait for the next one. I devoured this sequel. Ya know how they say the sequel isn't as good as the original? Well thats not the case for The Frozen Prince! Somehow I managed to fall in love with the characters even more. Can't wait for the next one.

  23. 4 out of 5

    CalReads

    Less compelling than the first book, but still good! I’m really not sure how I found this book less compelling than the first one, but it somehow missed the mark. That being said, it was still a great book, and I look forward to the next one!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Thank you to Edelweiss for the digital review copy. Full review to come - such a fun and magical read. Looking forward to book 3!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Viki /LostForReal/

    I am afraid I am unwilling or unable to comment on the book due to being disappointed by what I was really hoping might be a new favourite fantasy series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sofia

    This book is literally the best book I’ve ever read!!! It’s so well written and captivating, and it was so hard to put this book down! Definitely recommend 1000000%!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Struthers

    Thrilling and action packed!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tamra Trabanino

    Just as I was thinking that there was too much angst and not enough beasts, things started to get exciting! I can't wait to read the third book now and see how things turn out. Just as I was thinking that there was too much angst and not enough beasts, things started to get exciting! I can't wait to read the third book now and see how things turn out.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Debra

    Liked it, poor Leena and Noc the things these two have gone through!! Good read, recommend it!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary

    Loved it as much as the first book. Looking forward to bk#3🤪🤪🤪🤪

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