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Frostbitten by Kelley Armstrong
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Aug 01, 10

bookshelves: contemporary, fantasy, horror, mystery, suspense, romance, crime, novels, fiction, ebooks
Recommended for: Lovers of Urban Fantasy
read count: 1

I love Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series. The novels in the series usually are first person told by a female supernatural--but different ones generally in each book: witch, half-demon, necromancer, angel--and in this case, as in the first two books, Bitten and Stolen as well as Broken, it's Elena Michaels, the one and only female werewolf.

I read and imprinted not on Bitten though, but the third book, Dime Store Magic, with Paige and Lucas. When I got to the first book, Bitten, I was rather disappointed they weren't there--and was less than taken with Clay, Elena's mate. At the very start of that very first book he's revealed to have made Elena a werewolf by biting her without her consent years before. I didn't *want* Elena to forgive him. Yet through the course of the different books, I have warmed to him, and I do like this development in their relationship--can Clay follow Elena's lead?

Besides the romantic/relationship thread, as in the other books Armstrong serves up an intriguing mystery in a well-developed and imaginative supernatural world. Her books are the kind you open and step into another world entranced until you close it thinking, where did the time go?
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