by Kaitlyn Davis

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A vampire thief on the run.
A tracker determined to catch her.
A love not even fate saw coming.

Vampire lore meets ancient Greek mythology in this action-packed paranormal romance perfect for fans of Shadowhunters, Fallen, and A Shade of Vampire!

All vampire thief Pandora Scott wants to do is put her old life behind her. That's a lot easier said than done when a supernaturally enhanced tracker, who also happens to be her ex-boyfriend, is determined to hunt her down.

After four years of running, she's finally been caught--and that's not even the worst part.

When her latest heist goes south, the head vampire of New York lays a price on her head for snatching a prized-possession from his personal vault. Now she has two choices--rely on Jax, the boy who broke her heart, or accept help from Sam, a mysterious vampire who knows more than he's letting on.

Naturally, she goes with secret option number three--run like hell.

But this time, escape won't be so easy. Because even a super-speedy vampire with the ability to disappear can't outrun her own destiny...

MIDNIGHT ICE is a modern retelling of the Pandora myth in a paranormal world filled with vampires, slayers, were-creatures, angels, titans, and more! Scroll up and click buy now to begin a series that will suck you in and leave you wanting more!

Rave Reviews for MIDNIGHT ICE!

"A snarky, action-packed, and entertaining read!" - Betwixt the Pages

"I am in love with Pandora, she is badass!" - E.A. Walsh

"Exciting, suspenseful and full of intrigue." - Jodi Hunter

"A must-read for anybody that is a huge fan of original vampire stories!" - Brandy

"5 stars for this supernatural read that I couldn't put down!" - The Thought Spot

"This series has been the highlight of my year." - Lilly's Book World

"Holy crap that was awesome!!" - Loves Great Reads

"Twist after twist that keeps you glued to the pages." - Nancy Allen

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160728964
Publisher: Kaitlyn Davis
Publication date: 10/25/2019
Series: Midnight Ice , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 35,521
File size: 538 KB

About the Author

Kaitlyn Davis, a bestselling author with over a quarter of a million books sold, writes young adult fantasy novels under the name Kaitlyn Davis and contemporary romance novels under the name Kay Marie. Publishers Weekly has said, "Davis writes with confidence and poise," while USA Today has recommended her work as "must-read romance."

Always blessed with an overactive imagination, Kaitlyn has been writing ever since she picked up her first crayon and is overjoyed to share her work with the world. When she's not daydreaming, typing stories, or getting lost in fictional worlds, Kaitlyn can be found playing fetch with her puppy, watching a little too much television, or spending time with her family. If you have any questions for her--about her books, about scheduling an event, or just in general--you may contact her at:

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Frost 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OMG. This Book. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve read lots of books lately that I just fell in love with, but this book….it’s more than love it’s an obsession. I loved just about everything in this book. The characters are intriguing and Pandora is one tough cookie that I can’t help but root for her. And Jax… well I really hope he steps up his game in the next book, ‘cause I want to love him, but he hurt Pandora and that doesn’t fly with me. Really, I think her and I both were crying through that ending! Now on to the action! Non-stop and pulse pounding, I was on the end of my seat whenever I sat down and read. Heck, I even missed my T.V. show and that doesn’t even come on again for a repeat tonight. But trust me, it was well worth it. If you love young adult paranormal romance with a healthy dose of mystery then I would highly recommend this! You’ll get your daily fill of vampires and god like titans who kick a lot of butt, but not as much as Pandora. Now, on to the next! Frost is the first book in the Midnight Ice series. It is also a spinoff from the Midnight Fire series, but a total standalone. I voluntarily received and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. Final Rating: 5 Stars
Silverwood More than 1 year ago
I first fell in love with Kaitlyn Davis' gift for character through her Midnight Fire Series a few years ago. While I've read plenty of Vampire novels, I loved the new spin on Kira, the main character being a Conduit, a different, deadlier sort of mortal enemy to the vamps. I devoured all four of the companion series because like I mentioned before, Davis has a true gift for introducing compelling but real-life characters and making you love them. Which can also be a curse when she puts them through the gauntlet and you don't know who will live and who will die. Angst aside, I was excited to discover she had published a new series in the Midnight Fire universe. From the beginning, Pandora Scott comes off as the typical bad girl with a heart tough chick act. Catch is, she's a master thief vampire. Right away, we know she's on the opposite team. However her story is intriguing, being a Titan with unique abilities. It's easy to see Pandora is mostly bark with only occasional bite, but events quickly spin out of control when her first love shows up. Jax was a fun leading man because he's a little cocky, but all heart. Where Pandora seems frozen and callous without reason, Jax constantly and often beyond his will, showers her with the love they once shared. He is so good at winning over Pandora, the reader falls for him as well. Prepare for the proverbial rug to be pulled from beneath your vampy shoes. I can't say more without betraying the plot, but I was completely thrown for a loop and ultimately impressed with the depths Davis has given her paranormal world. There are several guest appearances from the old gang of course, who appear too "sunny" and happy to Pandora and Jax. But Kira and Luke bring just the right amount of hilarity and hijinks to lighten an otherwise darker toned companion series. Having following Davis for many years now, it's been a pleasure to see her writing voice mature so much. Frost is well-written and imbued with hidden depths and even deeper questions of morality and consequences, as Pandora is forced to draw upon the shadows which give her power. A must read for fans of Buffy and The Vampire Diaries.
VoluptuousBDiva More than 1 year ago
I always enjoy reading this author's books and this one was no exception. The world building as always was on point and the plot was well constructed and full of mystery. If you have read the Midnight Fire series, then you will love the special appearances that some characters make in this book. Be ready for the action and the new characters that come to life in Frost. {I received an eARC when I signed up to host the book tour. I made no guarantee of a favorable review and the opinions expressed here are unbiased and my own.}
Splashesintobooks1 More than 1 year ago
I was lucky enough to be gifted an ARC of this novel, the start to a new series and one that I found an enthralling read. The heroine is Pandora Scott. She finally ran away from her home four years ago, leaving behind the titans with whom she’d never really felt she fit in with. The only person she had really related to there was her ex-boyfriend, Jax, a tracker who has now found her again. She’s changed dramatically since she left, she’s now a vampire who has upset many very powerful vampires as she used her ability to disappear and become one with the shadows to enable her to steal some of their priceless artefacts before releasing their captives . . . . Now, fate is catching up with her. Can she keep herself safe? Why has Jax come for her now? Can she protect him from her vampire enemies? This is a fast paced, action packed paranormal adventure featuring vampires, conduits and titans. Apparently it is a spin off from an earlier series but I can vouch that you don’t need to have read that series to enjoy this novel. Having said that, I may well look it up once I’ve lowered my tbr pile! If you enjoy reading about people with very different paranormal skills involved good v evil battles with hidden agendas, like me you’ll also probably love this story, too!
Faerie-bookworm More than 1 year ago
Title: Frost Author: Kaitlyn Davis Genre: YA Urban Fantasy Format: Ebook Pages: 219 Rating: 5 Heat: 2 Thoughts: Wow, this was so hard to put down and it took off right from page one. Pandora is running but she's not sure from what or why. All she knows is that she can't be caught. I love the fact that we know just as much as she does, so each new piece of information creates just as many questions to the reader as it does to the character. I love when authors do that! The reader doesn't see the whole picture until the character does, and that's if the character ever does. It keeps me glued to the page, wanting those little nuggets of information. Of course the cliffhanger ending just makes you scream, but I have to say that I love cliffhangers and I also loath them (unless I have the next book and can start reading it immediately). And I can't wait to get the next one!! Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work and chose to write a review.
BetwixtthePages More than 1 year ago
Rating: 4.5/5 Penguins Quick Reasons: LOVE the snark; awesome world-building; great use of dramatic mystery; the memory-loss trope has never been so well-written; I am spell-bound; Pandora is an entertaining, strong-willed, complex character; I didn't see that ending coming Huge thanks to Kaitlyn Davis and YA Bound Book Tours for sending me a free digital copy of this title in exchange for an honest review! This in no way altered my read of or opinions on this book. Okay, penguins--I'm HOOKED. And I don't mean just hooked in an, I want to know what happens next, sort of way. I mean I am drooling for the rest of this series...and to pick up the series that this is apparently a spin-off for. I need--NEED--to know these characters better. And not just one of two of them, but all of them. bad news for my wallet, because that's more money out of my pocket for more books. But I don't care, penguins--I must read them all (I mean, you know...when I get the chance to). Let's talk nitty gritty, yes? Starting with characters. Pandora is, without a doubt, one of the BEST uses of the memory loss/amnesia trope I've stumbled across in my reading career. I particularly enjoyed, as well, how snarky and vibrantly written she is. There were so many moments I found myself giggling at her reactions and antics. For a character with a type of memory loss, she doesn't let it hold her back--instead, she embraces life head-on. And she's SO strong-willed... she really helped to make this read an entertaining and mysterious journey for me! Of course, the rest of the characters are no slouches--each one is just as complex, pertinent to the story-line, and humorous to read about. The plot is action-packed and FILLED with drama. There were a few inconsistencies in terms of age in regards to Pandora, which both confused and sort of bothered me, but they weren't glaring enough to put much dent in my reading. The world-building is also complex and vividly rendered. While I have some questions--mostly about how the "magic" of this world works--I feel I was given sufficient enough information to understand what was happening. I imagine that, were I to pick up the original series right now, the questions I do have might be quickly answered, so this doesn't bother me too much. This was, in the end, a snarky, action-packed, and entertaining read! The characters are vibrant and complex, the word-building is vivid, and the plot was a race to the climax from start to finish. I cannot WAIT to pick up more books from Kaitlyn Davis in the future, and definitely recommend this read to lovers of urban fantasy, memory loss/amnesia tropes, and widely humorous reads. The frost bit me deep, penguins; take off your gloves and feel the chill!
TheThoughtSpot More than 1 year ago
Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review. Thanks to YA Bound Book Tours for the opportunity to read and review Frost by Kaitlyn Davis! Pandora chose being a vampire instead of a Titan that protects humans from supernatural beings. Titans have all the strengths of paranormal creatures without all the bad that goes along with it. Flowing storytelling and concise, but beautifully written, background building pulled me into the story and the mystery, romance and suspense kept me there. Jax and Penelope have a past relationship that either they have to put their all into or completely give up on; all or nothing. The main characters are strong willed and I was rooting for both Penelope and Jax. Even more comes to light and the ending left me wanting to know more about Penelope's story and the prophecy- 5 stars for this very enjoyable supernatural read!