I don’t know about you, but I could really do without all the rain on this gloomy Monday. Not helpful. I had a pretty busy weekend and got very little reading done, which means I really should do take this opportunity to catch up on some book reviews. Here goes. First you may want to refresh your memory with my review of Stork. Ok, you good? On to book 2, Frost.
After all the recent drama in her life (read Stork!), Katla is looking forward to a quiet Christmas. Instead, the winter storm of the century brings not only a ton of snow but Brigid, a gorgeous scientist with an annoying interest in Jack, to town. In addition to worrying about Jack, Katla is juggling work on the school production of The Snow Queen, a lengthy to-do list from her bedridden mother, and some disturbing events within the Stork Society. Katla barely has time to process a new skill she has recently developed. When Jack and Brigid go missing on an expedition in Greenland, Katla may be the only one who can save him, if she is willing to pay the price.
Delsol tips her hat to the legendary Snow Queen in this fun sequel to Stork. Katla is charming heroine with a believable teen voice. In addition to managing her Stork responsibilities, she juggles normal teen troubles like school and family responsibilities, boyfriend insecurities, and fashion with humor and grace. The refreshing blend of old-fashioned fairy tales and modern-day troubles make this a unique read. And like Stork, there is kissing.
Be sure to check my Stork review for similar titles.