Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Amber Frost (The Lost Magic, #1)” as Want to Read:
Amber Frost (The Lost Magic, #1)
Enlarge cover
Rate this book
Clear rating
Open Preview

Amber Frost (The Lost Magic #1)

3.66  ·  Rating Details  ·  434 Ratings  ·  63 Reviews
Grace Lynn Stevenson is an eighteen year old girl who recently moved with her wealthy, but busy parents to a new city. She’s popular, pretty and rich - what more could a girl want? But deep down, she’s sad, lonely and plagued by nightmares.

When she meets Sebastian Caldwood at her new private school, she’s inexplicably drawn to him and his strange tattoos. Sebastian always
Kindle Edition, 316 pages
Published December 6th 2010 by ireadiwrite Publishing
More Details... edit details

Friend Reviews

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Reader Q&A

To ask other readers questions about Amber Frost, please sign up.

Be the first to ask a question about Amber Frost

Community Reviews

(showing 1-30 of 1,615)
filter  |  sort: default (?)  |  Rating Details
Jun 06, 2011 Amber rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ebook-own
4/4.5 stars Upon starting Amber Frost, I was thinking that it was beginning to be a little predictable. Wrong. The storyline is fresh and new to me and It was refreshing to read a book with a different sense of paranormal if you will.

Grace Lynn Stevenson has recently moved with her wealthy and busy parents to Victoria. Her father has been promoted to a partner at a law firm and with that status comes money and greed. She was enrolled into the prestigious Craigflower Academy.

Grace is a standout
Brandi Kosiner (Brandi Breathes Books)
I am able to connect with main character before I even know her name! I can sympathize with the whirling thoughts and feeling like something is missing. As well as trying to live up to parent’s expectations, which I am sure is a pretty universal thing.

And then I start to hate her a bit. The awesome looks, seemingly perfect boyfriend, artistic, family has money. But then I am snapped back to the fact that she feels empty, hollow- I have felt that before and no matter who you are or what you hav
Molly Ringle
Jan 20, 2013 Molly Ringle rated it it was amazing
Thank goodness: a YA paranormal set in the charismatic Pacific Northwest that DOESN'T have vampires or werewolves in it! I was drawn right into this book, and especially had an iron grip on my e-reader during the last few chapters (you know, the part where you're going, "No! You have to get back together! Come on!!"). At the start, okay, sure, I had a glimmer of skepticism about how Grace, our main character, could be so down on her life when by her own description she's beautiful, smart, rich, ...more
Sep 10, 2011 Darlene rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: S., Yvensong, Cheryl in cc nv
Recommended to Darlene by: Suzi Davis?
Wow! It is not often that a book causes me to laugh out loud and later weep until I can't see the words. OMG! Where is book two?

It is set in Vancouver, BC. That is part of its charm. But it begins with a young lady that you probably won't like. A richy B****. You'll wonder why you keep reading. What slowly dawns on you is that girl is only responding as she was taught, as had been impressed on her since birth: Be a good girl, do as you're told, stay a quiet mute. Hmmm, where have we females hea
Ellen Ekstrom
Nov 04, 2011 Ellen Ekstrom rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Thank you, Ms. Davis, for a story that kept me guessing and wanting more. My suppositions about Sebastian were so off the mark - thank you for not making it predictable. I enjoyed Gracelynn's transformation and can't wait to see what happens to her charming mother. I immediately thought of my favorite Disney villianess, Maleficent, when she appeared. The characters were developed and well-thought, though I had to laugh at Clarke - I knew so many of those in high school; nothing changes, does it? ...more
Dec 29, 2010 Camille rated it it was amazing
Love love LOVE this book! I was not a fan of paranormal books until reading Amber Frost and now I think I might be hooked. Everyone needs to read this one, whether you like the genre or not. It is rated as young adult but I believe it will appeal to many age groups.

I didn't want Amber Frost to end...thankfully it is part of a series so the story will continue! I found myself putting off errands and chores so I could keep reading. After going to bed I would tell my husband that I couldn't sleep a
Dec 16, 2010 Donna rated it it was amazing
Amber Frost - Suzi Davis Ebook. Dec 2010 Book Divas
Young Adult; Paranormal


What a great tale!! “Amber Frost” by Suzi Davis, published in Dec, 2010, is a young reader novel, though I as a rather ‘mature’ adult quite enjoyed this novel.

Very well written, “Amber Frost” is a tale of a complicated young love - with a fabulous paranormal twist. The characters are awesome and the story’s continuous buildup came to a great end - while leaving room for book 2 - I hope. I for one will be watching for
Brighter Scribe
Jul 13, 2013 Brighter Scribe rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Awes-mazing. This kind of mystical magic with an ethereal and esoteric atmosphere is exactly my kind of book. I admit that I just can't help myself. It's just such great fun to lose yourself in the pages of a good book. Cute mysterious guy, check. Cool MC, check. Magic, check. Intensity heightened by the agony of being a teenager, check. Danger, check. I'm sold. This book was so totally in harmony with my perpetual inner teenager that I am going to read the entire series. Susie Davis is definite
Amber Clites
May 19, 2011 Amber Clites rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I picked this book for the obvious reason, it had my name in the title. But seriously, this book was engrossing and I could barely put it down for a second! I stayed up much too late last night finishing it, even though I was supposed to be writing. (Shh, don't tell my husband) If you haven't read it, do. You won't be disappointed! Can't wait for the sequel!
Jun 25, 2014 angelica rated it it was amazing

A book you won't want to put down. I found myself enthralled in this novel. the author captures every detail and made me feel as if I were experiencing everything.
Jan 15, 2011 Jenny rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal, 2010, e-books
The story is about Grace who is from a well to do family. Her parents has high expectations of her, the most popular guy in school is her boyfriend and she strives to be the perfect daughter to parents that only care about appearances. But its all a façade as Grace is not happy with her life. Then one day she meets the very mysterious Sebastian Caldwell. Sebastian opens her eyes--she’s happy with him and can finally break free of all the expectations from everyone around her. But Sebastian has t ...more
Sandra Pulliam
Sigh!!!! This is going to be hard for me! Just to start I want to state I won this book. I have a hard time giving a rough review to someone who was generous enough to give me the book for free. That being said I feel the author would want me to be honest, so here goes.

I did not really like this book:( It took me so long to finish it because it was excessive in everything. From it's description of Grace's beauty to the dew on the grass. I kept falling asleep while reading it. I even wanted to ju
Lydia Perversius
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Mar 17, 2011 Sarah rated it really liked it
I am always admiring and envious of those who are able to write a story containing so many intriguing, congruent details that I wonder how one ever came up with it, nevertheless kept track of it all. I felt the same way with this book, especially as the true beginning is yet untold (which we don’t find out until the end), however, all the particulars fall into place perfectly as if the story was already fully written and clear and we are simply missing a huge part of it.

I loved the concept and w
I'm more then half way through and just can't bring myself to finish it. Maybe one day but definitely not now. The main character is just incredibly annoying and completely shallow, despite the authors attempt to show otherwise. It takes forever for the story to actually take off, and everyone just seems winey. She ends up saying they get along because they're both good people but at the same time we constantly see her turn the other cheek when one of her friends is being rude or mean to someone ...more
Apr 12, 2013 Amber rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
What did I think? Amber Frost by Suzi Davis has written a young adult magical romance like no other. For me the first little bit was slow and I wondered if I'd get in to it. But when Grace Lynn Stevenson meets Sebastian things begin to change. There is magic, chemistry, mystery and more. Lots of twists Suzi Davis does a great job of keeping you on your toes or reading.

Grace Lynn is in the art studio drawing these crazy images and wondering what is wrong with herself. Grace Lynn is quite the lea
Dec 20, 2010 Kristina rated it really liked it
Amber Frost, a novel by Suzi Davis, is a very exciting teen love story with a unique paranormal twist. The novel centers on Grace Lynn Stevenson – an eighteen year old who on the surface seems to be living the dream. She comes from a very wealthy family with high social standards; she is beautiful, smart, popular and, of course, has the handsome, popular boyfriend on her arm. However, Grace is not happy – far from it. She feels trapped in a world where everything is fake – even herself – that is ...more
Ashley Mayer
Jan 17, 2012 Ashley Mayer rated it did not like it
I'm really trying to make it through this book. I think the author has an interesting idea but so far it has been poorly executed. This entire story consists of the main character sounding like a complete idiot. Here is some of her dialogue: I'm so beautiful, and rich, and everyone loves me and wants to be me; I have the perfect popular boyfriend, and everyone is jealous of my life! Seriously, then it switches to: My perfect boyfriend wasn't so great, but we'll still be friends while I throw awa ...more
Dec 01, 2014 Crissy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Interesting new twist on the paranormal teen romance genre. Combine memory loss and immortality with desire based magic and past lives. Shake it up with present day over-privileged teen angst and fleeting memories of past lives and this looks like a fun new series
Aug 02, 2016 Jessica rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: own, ty-magic
3.5 stars

‘Amber Frost’ begins with the perfect and beautiful 18-year-old Grace Lynn Stevenson. Readers learn about her high profile and high society family, and the demands upon her to keep up appearances and manage a perfect image at all times. The book’s opening is a wonderfully descriptive narrative of Grace’s private moment in Art class at a prestigious and private high school in Canada. And then fellow student, Sebastian, draws Grace out of her private thoughts and her life begins to change
The BookWhisperer
Suzi Amber creates a very magical world of love and sacrifice. While a slow start the novel picks up in intensity and intrigue. The main characters are charismatic and attractive. Grace being the picture perfect beautiful young girl; surprising carries a heavy load of doubt and darkness that will allow readers to relate to her character. Sebastian on the other hand is unique and mysterious that will grab readers with intrigue. Honestly I had a hard time not picturing this character as a young J ...more
Grace Lynn Stevenson and Sebastian Caldwood seem to be from two different worlds. But when Sebastian decides he wants to get to know Grace better, it just seems to happen. Things seem to work out that way a lot for Sebastian. When Grace fianlly admits that she wants to know him better as well, all sorts of strange things begin to happen, but in the process she alienates her family and group of friends. The thing is, she's pretty sure she's better off without most of them. Sebastian's big secret ...more
Andrea at Reading Lark
Review Posted on Reading Lark 6/14/13:

Amber Frost is the story of Grace Stevenson, a gorgeous and wealthy eighteen year old, who lives in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. I have to admit that part of the appeal of this novel was the setting. Victoria is a gorgeous place and I could totally see magic really lurking in the shadows. Grace has a seemingly perfect life, but being from a well-to-do family has its drawbacks. Her entire life is decided based o
Grace Lynn is perfect in every way. She's gorgeous, rich and is dating the most popular boy in her new school. She's in the "in crowd" and appearances mean everything to her. She never has a hair out of place and no one is ever aware that she could possibly be unhappy or stressed in any way. Unfortunately, she is unhappy and the pressure of being perfect is weighing heavily on her. Her boyfriend is less than attentive and it's clear that she's well on her way to being nothing more than his troph ...more
Megan Lillian
In my opinion, this book was not well-written. The appearance-driven narrative distracted me time and again. The reader is bashed over the head with endless descriptions about our protagonist's beauty, and though it's a primary theme that this character is unhappy in a life that revolves around image and conformity, her own value of people and things seems to be based on image. It seemed to me the author herself (more than the character she has written in Grace) is conflicted between ascribing t ...more
A girl shackled by the expectations of her wealthy parents, an intricately tattooed boy who is as intriguing as he is mysterious and a burning love steeped in ancient Celtic lore.

18-year old Grace Lynn Stevenson has it all. She's wealthy, gorgeous, hangs out with the elite crowd and is dating the school's most popular guy. Every girl's dream, right?

Yet for all that, she's plagued by strange dreams and a desperate and suffocating sense of loneliness that she would like nothing more than to escape
Amber I. (AwesomeSauce Book Club)
This book was very up and down with me. I would start to really get into it and then I would just get irritated with the story. I felt Grace was kind of happy being unhappy. She seemed to always want what she did not have. She wanted Sebastian but when she got him she started missing her old friends. Like when she had to go sit with them at lunch. Then when she fully accepted the outcome of what it meant to be with him she started to resent him and when he made it right she started complaining a ...more
Grace seorang gadis yang sempurna : kaya, cantik, pintar, ramah, punya cowok paling keren di sekolah. Namun dia tidak bahagia atas semua yang di miliki karena dia tidak menjadi dirinya sendiri. semua yang dia lakukan atas bedasarkan tuntutan orang tuanya. Satu2 nya tempat yang bisa membuatnya tenang adalah kelas seni dimana dia mendapatkan satu2nya yang dia inginkan. Namun ada cowok misterius yang punya tato di lengannya, sama persis apa yang Grace lukis. yang membuatnya penasaran, hingga Sebast ...more
Farmers Wife
May 24, 2011 Farmers Wife rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Farmers by: Michelle with
A YA romance. It is a paranormal but there is no shape shifting or wolves, or vampires, or other typical paranormal characters. The characters are human. The two main characters, Sebastian and Gracelynn are caught up in happiness, wanting happiness, and finding confusion in such happiness. They are lost to each other and found. They are confused as we all were as teens.

There is an air of magic. I don't want to give spoilers, but it was a very interesting take that will draw you in. The reader wa
Jul 11, 2011 Lorraine rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was a very good book. Beautiful love story although very PG rated for 2 people who are "old souls" and are both adults. I certainly can appreciate the nobility of wanting Gracelynn to stick to her morals but considering the depths this book showed in their relationship, I would have liked to have seen a much more physical connection. Not that it needs to be tons of sex and cursing, it is just a very squeeky clean book. Not very realistic in this day and age by any means even if they are in ...more
« previous 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 53 54 next »
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Be the first to start one »
  • Son of Eden (Tales of the Guardian #1)
  • Impulse Control (Talent Chronicles, #0.5)
  • Lifting the Veil (Temptation Unveiled, #1)
  • The Dragon Stirs (Energen, #1)
  • Sacred Angels (Helena Zane, #1)
  • Beauty and the Bully
  • The Understorey (The Leaving #1)
  • Lord of the Deep (Horde Wars, #5)
  • Lily (The Quest for Reason, #1)
  • Perfume of Paradise
  • Evren: Enter the Dragonette
  • Waterfall (Dragon's Fate, #1)
  • Dark Mist Rising
  • The Royal Scam (The Martian Alliance, #1)
  • Breathless (Jason and Azazel, #1)
  • Moonstone (Unbidden Magic, #1)
  • Parallel Spirits
  • Demon High
What should I say about myself?

Amber Frost was my first novel and I have now added two more books (Silver Dew & Sapphire Sun) to The Lost Magic series. It is a Young-Adult paranormal romance series set in Victoria, BC. I have been reading a lot of YA books lately but I also read books in pretty much every genre and welcome recommendations!

When I'm not reading or writing, you'll find me spendin
More about Suzi Davis...

Other Books in the Series

The Lost Magic (3 books)
  • Silver Dew (The Lost Magic #2)
  • Sapphire Sun (The Lost Magic, #3)

Share This Book

No trivia or quizzes yet. Add some now »