ARC Review of Cold Queen by K Webster The second book in The Sinister Fairy Tales @KristiWebster #TuesdayBookBlog

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5

This book was reminiscent of Frozen to an extent, but it definitely isn’t my granddaughters Frozen.

Two young sisters are left home alone while their parents travel. They’re the daughters of the King of the Norta Icelands, King Whitestone. Elzira is the oldest and next in line for the throne. Yanna is the youngest Elzira’s half-sister, but she’ll protect her with her life. King Whitestone’s army, the Eyes of the White will protect them both from the Easta, Westa,and the Souta, as well as the damned. Queen Whitestone can control the weather, but her powers are weakening.

King Ryke Bloodsun of the Souta has headed Norta to meet with Queen Whitestone to join their lands and marry the Princess to accomplish that. However, he’s not prepared for what he finds when he arrives. King Bloodsun can control fire and is known as a Volc because he comes from the land of the Volcanos.

I really enjoyed this story. It is dark but it was a quick paced story with a lot packed into it. This story is full of deceit, tragedy, heat, and redemption. I love how it covered so much of the lives of the King and Queen as well as the strength and power of the Queen once she was shown how she was being deceived by those she cared about and trusted. These two are much more powerful together and kick some serious bad guys keesters. I give this story a 4.5-star review and recommend it to readers who like PNR, dark stories, with some seriously strong women.

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