"There's a fire growing inside of me. It's not the harmful kind that can kill a girl like Olivia. It's the kind that can save her."
CRYSTAL FROST tells herself she isn't crazy, but sane people don't see ghosts. As her psychic abilities manifest, Crystal discovers she can see into the future, witness the past, and speak with the dead. Add blackmail to the list of things she never thought would happen to her, and you basically have her sophomore year covered. After spotting her first ghost, secrets from her family, friends, and classmates begin to surface. Uncovering secrets can be dangerous, but giving up means someone will get hurt. Again.
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Good Introduction Into The Frost World
Fire in Frost was a pleasant young adult read. It’s well written and had a good plot line even though it was a little predictable. The characters were very likable. If I was to compare it to some other books I’d say it was a cross between Nancy Drew and the Shadow Falls series by C.C. Hunter.
One of the topics covered in this book is teen dating abuse. I felt the author did a good job writing about such a sad topic.
Although it didn’t bother me I read a few other reviews mentioning they didn’t like the book because there was cursing. If I counted correctly there were about seven curse words in the whole book. Just thought I’d say something in case someone’s on the fence about reading this or letting their child read this.
Over all I enjoyed Crystal’s story. She showed a lot courage and determination while being thrust into a situation where she had to learn everything on the fly. I could see her developing into an amazing character as she becomes more adept with her abilities. I look forward to reading Desired in Frost.
Fire in Frost
Really good read