Monday, June 9, 2014

The Frozen Star by Jessie Lane

Star #2
Publish date May 29, 2014

Kay had discovered secrets, lies, shocking truths, and even love in a strange new world hidden from humans. Everything she thought she knew was turned upside down when she found out three things:

- She wasn’t human.
- She has a power she can't control.
- And there was a possibility that she had found a way to cure the cancer that was rapidly killing her with that very same power.
Then, just when she was on the precipice of gaining everything she wanted and saving her own life, tragedy struck. Will she be able to fight her way back to Ryan and save herself in the process?

Kira had lived a terrifying and confusing life of servitude and abuse under Lord Donovan and his son, Cole. It was an existence that had stripped away her emotions, and eventually, her reason to keep fighting. Just when she thought freedom was within reach, Lord Donovan struck again, ruining her plans and almost killing her in the process. When she awoke from her injuries, it was to stunning revelations that would change her life forever. Changes that she was not entirely sure she wanted to embrace. 

My Thoughts:

Jessie Lane is one of my go-to authors.  When asked to read and review The Frozen Star for her I didn’t even stop to think.  The answer was so easy, DUH! Of course, I would.  

The Frozen Star takes right off where The Burning Star left off.   Lord Donavon is holding Kira hostage while telling her lies about why she is orphaned and living with him.   Kay is about to find out everything she knows is not quite the truth.

I love that many of the characters from book one are found in book two and that Jessie Lane introduces new characters that add so much to the story.   The plot of the story is told over a very short time period, but yet there is so much detail and depth that the story is not rushed or parts missing.   Jessie Lane gives enough detail to each setting and character that you feel as if you are traveling with them and seeing what they are seeing.  

My only complaint is that book three in this series, The Divine star, is not available yet so I have to wait to find out if Kira and Kay fulfill their prophecy.   This entire series is one I highly recommend and anxiously look forward to more about the old and the new characters. 

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