Release Date: 24 December 2012
For a moment, a face flashed before my eyes—the most hideous face I’d ever seen. No matter how hard I tried to forget what had happened, I saw him everywhere I went. It was Loki—the evil god that I’d helped set free against my will.
I should have known that my first official date with Logan Quinn was destined to end in disaster. If we’d gotten into a swordfight, or been ambushed by Reapers, I’d have been more prepared. But getting arrested mid-sip at the local coffee hangout? I didn’t see that one coming.
I’ve been accused of purposely helping the Reapers free Loki from his prison—and the person leading the charge against me is Linus Quinn, Logan’s dad. The worst part is that pretty much everyone at Mythos Academy thinks I’m guilty. If I’m going to get out of this mess alive, I’ll have to do it myself…
My Opinion 4 STARS
Crimson Frost was fast-paced and extremely intense, but nothing felt rushed or glossed over. Gwen Frost's problems started within the first few pages and continued until the end of the novel. Some of the issues were solved during the course of the book, but others got added as they should in a good series leading you into the next book.
Gwen really grows in this book and comes to rely on her friends even though she is at war with herself for the possibility of them getting hurt or killed trying to help her. The loyalty of her friends though all the adversity is heartwarming.
A great read.