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Forever Frost (Bitter Frost #2 of the Frost Series) [NOOK Book]

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Breena's entry into Feyland is marred by danger and beauty. A prisoner in her own palace, she longs to see and touch her forbidden prince Kian. Yet her heart is also still with her friend Logan. The discovery of a long-lost figure in Breena's life propels Breena into the heart of fae politics. In a stunning turn of events, Breena suddenly ...
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Forever Frost (Bitter Frost #2 of the Frost Series)

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Overview

Breena's entry into Feyland is marred by danger and beauty. A prisoner in her own palace, she longs to see and touch her forbidden prince Kian. Yet her heart is also still with her friend Logan. The discovery of a long-lost figure in Breena's life propels Breena into the heart of fae politics. In a stunning turn of events, Breena suddenly finds herself faced with the most heartbreaking decision in her entire life.

Book 2 of the FROST Series
Silver Frost (Frost #3) - Available Now
Frost Kisses (Frost #4) - Available Now
The Fairy Letters: Prince Kian's Letters to Queen Breena - Available Now
Midnight Frost (Frost #5) - Available Now
Frost Fire (Frost #6) - December 2011

Other Book Series in the FROST Series:

The Wolf Fey Series - Logan the Wolf Prince (from the Frost Series) spin-off

The Wolf Fey - Available Now
The Red Wolf - Available Now
Wolf Magic - 2012

The Fairy Rose Chronicles - Children's/MG book series first published in paperback in 2003, is the basis for the world of Feyland and some of the characters in the Bitter Frost Series.

The Bitter Frost Series is currently being translated into 15 languages.
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Editorial Reviews

Kristi Stern
Bitter Frost is a mesmerizing story of all things fey and I loved every word! Ms. Gow weaves a beautiful tale that is not only captivating but so incredibly descriptive! I truly had no trouble picturing myself in this world and oh, how I wish I could go!
This debut to a new series is well written and left me wanting the next book pronto!
Melissa Silva
Forever Frost is a fast paced sequel that leaves you hanging on for dear life when the ending hits you. Unexpected twists and turns, all you can do is hold your breath and wait for the ride to end.


Kailin Gow has done a fantastic job and I can't wait to see where Breena's story will take me next.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013144224
  • Publisher: theEDGEbooks.com
  • Publication date: 7/27/2011
  • Series: FROST , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 372,836
  • File size: 505 KB

Meet the Author

Kailin Gow is the multi-award-winning and bestselling author of over 100 distinct books which includes the international YA bestselling dystopian Desire Series, PULSE, Wicked Woods, and the Frost Series. She has been professionally published since 2001. She was one of the first authors for young readers to write books for girls with supernatural elements. Her first book series about extraordinary girls guided by an angel in 2001, was a success, selling thousands of print copies in days, and inspiring girl book clubs around the U.S. In 2003, she came out with more series, including The Fairy Rose Chronicles, about fairies in Feyland. Her books have been recommended by PBS Kids, US Mental Health Association, the PTA, and homeschooling associations in the United States.

Kailin Gow is the multi-award-winning and bestselling author of over 100 distinct books which includes the Desire Series, PULSE, Wicked Woods, and the Frost Series. She has been professionally published since 2001. She was one of the first authors for young readers to write books for girls with supernatural elements. Her first book series about extraordinary girls guided by an angel in 2001, was a success, selling thousands of print copies in days, and inspiring girl book clubs around the U.S. In 2003, she came out with more series, including The Fairy Rose Chronicles, about fairies in Feyland. Her books have been recommended by PBS Kids, US Mental Health Association, the PTA, and homeschooling associations in the United States. As of April 2011, she had received a firm commitment from SEE Global Entertainment, a major worldwide game developer to turn The Frost Series, PULSE, Wicked Woods, and her other fantasy books into licensed games.

She welcomes readers to contact her through her website for discussions of her books! Sign up to find out the exact dates of new releases, promotions, contests, and special appearances:

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Book club and Group Discussion Questions for All YA titles here: theedgebooks.com

Her books have been recommended by PBS Kids, the PTA, US Mental Health Association, homeschooling organizations, and mother-daughter book clubs.

You can find her at:

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Customer Reviews

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  • Posted January 13, 2011

    I Also Recommend:

    Gets Better

    Takes place right after Bitter Frost, Forever Frost is filled with twists and turns, romance, and action. Gets your heart pumping. I like the introduction of Kian's sister Shasta and her summer knight Rodney. You have to admire the queens in Forever Frost for their bravery and sense of duty.

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  • Posted January 7, 2011

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    Even better

    Forever Frost follows Bitter Frost where it left off. More romance and action, but there is something here that sets this apart from other fey novels that I haven't found. The Queens.

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  • Posted December 27, 2012

    Loved this book! It picks up right where Bitter Frost leaves of

    Loved this book! It picks up right where Bitter Frost leaves off in Breena's story. She deals with Pixies, both the Winter and the Summer Courts, the love of two amazing men. Logan has been there her whole life and been her best friend. Kian is her intended and magic is a powerful force. An amazing series of evens leaves Breena making the most difficult choices she's ever faced.
    I loved Breena and her attitude. She takes everything she has to deal with quite well. I loved one of the queens and couldn't really stand the other one. Logan was great, such a powerful and wonderful friend. Kian was great too, his love for Breena with its magic is wonderful. I can't wait to see how the rest of the story unfolds.
    I rate this a 5/5. You will need to read Bitter Frost first but they are wonderful books! I cannot wait to read the next book.

    Thank you to the author for the review copy of this book. I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2012

    While Bitter Frost may have the similarities of many fey books b

    While Bitter Frost may have the similarities of many fey books because of its origins in folklore, the second book in the series is very fresh and original, with the Queens being different from what folklore has them to be. For those who haven't pick up this series, yet, do so! The positive message about hope, self-esteem and courage is something we all need to have more of.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2011

    Just like Iron Fey...

    I just finished the Iron Fey series, and felt a gap in my heart that needed to be filled. The Bitter Frost series seemed like the perfect choice. But, as I went along through the book, I realized that it was just like the Iron Fey series, but the Iron Fey series was a lot better. The entire first boiok seemed rushed, and I couldn't really understand the characters. It was jumping from one place to the next, and was only 100 pages long on the nook. It could of been expanded to at least a 300 page book. Not the worst books ever, but not the best book ever. Iron Fey was so much better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2011

    Already done.

    While this has romance and adventure, it moves slowly and is quite predictable. It also seems like a bad rip off of Julie Kagawa's Iron Fey series, which is wonderful and one of my favorites. She's a half breed fae of the summer court and the princess who has a romance with the winter prince, the summer queen hates her and she is caught in the middle of the fae politics and war. All of that is in the Iron Fey series so i recommend if you want to read this also read the Iron Fey.

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  • Posted June 1, 2011

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    I believe this is one of those series that is going to continuously gets better and better, Kailin Gow has put together a beautiful world, with beautiful people (and loads of fluffy love!! :D). Forever Frost has action, love, lost, romance, anger, jealousy and any other emotion you could think of just as Bitter Frost did.

    Forever Frost starts right where Bitter Frost left off, Breena is too make a plan to decide what the summer court should do about the hostages the winter and summer court have...and if she makes a plan the Summer Queen doesn't approve of...then it could be Breena's life at stake. As if that isn't pressure enough...Breena is completely stuck with who she truly loves..Logan her best guy friend who she lost once and doesn't want to lose again...or Kian her intended who she can hardly breath when he's around.

    In Forever Frost we get to know a lot more about the characters while also meeting some new ones, such as Shasta, the hostage of the summer court and the winter princess..who also has a love secret just as Breena does, Breena's mother who I found for one very annoying with how much she calls Breena 'darling', the winter Queen who is cold but deep down has a heart of gold, and Breena's father the winter King...who I think was my favorite new addition, I love how he cares so much for Breena right when he sees her...and I adore his love for Breena's mother, its very moving..and almost sad ):

    Forever Frost is a perfect sequel and will leave you DYING to get your hands on the next one..I mean seriously this book ends with the BEST cliffhanger EVER!!!!

    Overall Forever Frost is an amazing installment in Kailin Gow's Frost series, it is much different then most fae books, containing lots of love and emotion...and brutal queens and kings....If you have not picked up Bitter Frost yet...i HIGHLY suggest you go and do so (:


    ---The only reason this book got 4 stars..is again how short it is ): I wish Bitter Frost and Forever Frost would've been combined into one book instead of two.

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