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Devil's Frost

(The Spellspinners of Melas County #3)

4.01  ·  Rating details ·  102 ratings  ·  18 reviews
Every young witch looks forward to her first Solstice Stones. The pride of representing her coven against the warlocks. The rush from her first taste of dark magic.

But a few short minutes into the Stones, and Lily’s lifelong dream turns into a nightmare of pain and regret. Betrayed not once, but twice, her restraint snaps—with dire consequences.

Lily is wracked with guilt
ebook, 139 pages
Published January 21st 2014 by Coliloquy, LLC (first published January 21st 2013)
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Stacey (secsec1)
Dec 22, 2013 rated it really liked it
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wow, tons of action and a lot to think about! full review up on PTB soon

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Devil's Frost is an action packed ending of the "first act" for the Spellspinners of Melas County series. Everything in the first two books has been building to this point, Lily's first Gleaning and to figure out the more of the prophecy that is to save the witches and warlocks.

Lily's first Gleaning, the magical battle between witches and warlocks to balance white and black magic, doesn't go quick how Lily expec
Kim Baccellia
Jan 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Heidi nails the emotions, tension, and conflicts of this coven of witches/warlocks. So much better than The Originals and The Secret Circle.

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Jan 01, 2014 rated it really liked it
I've really been enjoying Coliloquy's interactive titles, and the Spellspinners of Melas County is one of my favourites, so I've been eagerly awaiting this book. I absolutely loved getting to return to Lily and Logan's story in Devil's Frost, but there were a few things about this installment in the series that I wasn't a big fan of, so while I did really enjoy it, it is my least favourite out of the three books so far.

Mostly, I was disappointed with this one because it really wasn't interactiv
Dec 22, 2013 rated it liked it
After the high stakes that ended The Gleaning, I was eagerly anticipating Devil's Frost. I was hoping for more of the magic that was the entirety of book 1, yet I found less plentiful in book 2. Devil's Frost closes the first act of Lily and Logan' story and opens a realm of possibilities.

It was just so short, so I really didn't get as much story as I was hoping for. The short chunk that Devil's Frost reveals is told from Lily's point of view, then told from Logan's point of view, so while some
Jan 20, 2014 rated it really liked it
{my thoughts} – This book picked up where the first had left off. It shows the after effects of what had happened during the Gleaning. It is written in the perspective of both Lily and Logan and then has some bonus material written through Daisy’s perspective. It is a choose as you go type book like the previous two.

This book is well written and it helps to explain the role in which Iris and Jacob have both played in Lily and Logan’s lives. It helps to answer a lot of unanswered questions that h
Kate (VerbVixen)
Dec 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
Devil’s Frost (Book 3 of Spellspinners of Melas County) by Heidi R. Kling

If this series were a movie, Devil’s Frost would be the summer action blockbuster. It has everything you want—-deadly action, sizzling romance, and lots of plot twists. The Gleaning ended with a hell of a cliffhanger and Devil’s Frost picks up right where things start getting good left off. This book is very Lily-centric and so we hear her version of events first, followed by Logan’s account. Kling nails the emotions—-the b
Stephanie Cover2CoverBlog
Jan 27, 2014 rated it really liked it
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Ah! Finished and still more...? I thought this series was a trilogy -- just so you know, it is not. There is a lot more to go in this storyline after Devil's Frost.

This third book in the series picks up at the betrayal and the Stones becoming a huge mess. Lily has to run, Logan is hurt and there are still many questions left unanswered.

The plot of this installment was to clear up a lot of the questions the first two books leave you with. Things that will be helpful later in the story as well. I
Misty Baker
Feb 03, 2014 rated it really liked it
*** A 3.5 review as posted on KindleObsessed blog ***

You know that saying: “Hindsight is twenty-twenty.” Well, that saying has never been more accurate than today. Five years ago when I started writing reviews I made a (at the time I considered it educated) decision to write complex reviews. Not necessarily wordy, or broken down. But full reviews, with lots of thoughts…spelled out and backed-up with examples. This morning…I wish I had chosen to write all of my reviews using a simple pro and cons
Jan 03, 2014 rated it really liked it
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I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book picks up right where the previous one ended. We're still at the stone circle and the action and drama never stops! In a few hours, you get sucked back into this YA paranormal romance and its twisty turns!

Lily and Logan are suffering just about every impediment a young magical couple can endure. First with the Lily fake out (via Orchid), then with the Logan fake out (via Jude), then again with the Lily fake out (via Orchid)
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My heart hurts! When. Does. The. Next. Come. Out. Okay Y’all know what a fan I am of this series and I will say it totally kicks bootie! Its interactive which is pretty awesome because you get to read the same book in different ways. The possibilities are endless. I thought this was a trilogy but let me tell you its not there is so much more that needs to happen. The Gleaning is over Lily and Logan have reunited now they must work together to
May 24, 2014 rated it really liked it
Although shorter than the others in this series, I think that this one might have been my favorite in a lot of ways. This book is active fiction, like the others, but is almost two novellas in one. The first section is Lily's version of events, with choices for you as the reader to make. The second section is Logan's story, with more choices to make. There is also a third section that is called "Bonus Materials" and it tells Daisy's story of that fateful night and changes the story entirely so R ...more
Jan 05, 2014 rated it liked it
I received a copy of Devils Frost courtesy of NetGalley and the publisher in exchange of a review.

Devil's Frost is the '3rd in the Witches of Melas County, and starts off where the Gleaning leaves us. I don't envy Lily, and all the heavy crap she has to deal with! She finds out some disturbing info regarding her gift and family secrets, and is now on the run from the Congressional. Not only that, but she still needs answers to some seriously unexplained questions, one of them being the mystery I
I like this series, because it is entertaining und exciting. The special thing of it was that you can choose at some points what happens, and this made really fun in the last books. Unfortunately, in this book there were only two choices. I hope, this will be different in the next book.
Nimia Bradford
Mar 14, 2015 rated it liked it
The story line is good and entertaining but too short for the kind of money we have to pay for it
Jun 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
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Carmen Morales
Nov 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great story

Loved the books and the presentation. The characters are nicely developed, lots of twists and turns . The story keeps you involved hard to put down
Lenka Vodicka
Feb 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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New adventures in Melas! I look forward to the next in the series. One of my favorites!
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can't wait until the next one! ...more
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Heidi R. Kling writes books about normal girls in fantastic situations.

Her debut novel SEA (Penguin/Putnam) was a finalist for Northern California Book of the Year," an IndieNext Summer Pick, Goodreads “Mover and Shaker," Scholastic Reading Pick, and Gateway Reader’s Award Finalist among other generous accolades. SEA, which launched June, 2010, is a bittersweet love story set in the aftermath of

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