Frozen Hearts

Frozen Hearts

by Pamela Stewart

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ISBN-13: 9781523668625
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/18/2016
Pages: 238
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

My journey began long ago in a galaxy not too far away when the writing virus hit me in grade school. I have yet to recover. Two ornery cats call me mom. (Two human daughters as well, but they may or may not claim me.)
I placed third in the Rebecca Contest in 2013 with my manuscript, In Harm's Way. I am also the 2015 winner of the WISRWA Silver Quill for Frozen Hearts. This is my first published novel.

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Frozen Hearts 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Very good
DarqueDreamer More than 1 year ago
Frozen Hearts was gripping. Intense and emotional, it was an entertaining, one sitting kind of read. I devoured it and immediately wanted more! I really enjoyed the humor and wit of the story. Ionia was such a snarky handful of a character. I loved how she grew and changed from a somewhat whiny teen to someone who considered her own faults and actions. The story itself was both typical and refreshing. I loved the arctic setting of Ionia's home, and I enjoyed the sci-fi bits with the androids and all the technology. And, of course I enjoyed the companion droid, Den, and his character arc. As a rebellious teenager, Ionia started off a little selfish and unaware of the bigger picture of what was going on around her. It was quite entertaining when she first got her hands on Den. She was lonely and inexperienced, but definitely a little adventurous. When she decided to take off and leave home, she had no idea about the domino affect it would cause, so it was very entertaining to see how things played out and how she responded to everything and grew in maturity. As I said before, the story was quite typical and predictable, but that was not a bad thing. It was well developed and flowed with a nice pace. It was captivating and heart pounding and definitely kept me turning the pages. It had a few shocking moments, and I fell in love with the interaction between Ionia and Den and the friendship that grew between them. The story was very sentimental, and also full of intrigue. I'd definitely recommend it, and I'm ready for book 2! Thank you to the author for sending me this free copy in exchange for my honest review!