Mini-Review: Frostbite by J. Emery

Cover Design: J. Emery

All spoiled vampire Ezra wanted was a night of fun. Drinks, dancing, and hopefully a lot of sex. What he gets instead is kidnapped by a rival vampire clan. He escapes his captors only to end up lost in the woods. In the middle of a blizzard. Seeking refuge from the cold and snow leads him to a seemingly empty cabin.

Morgan just dropped a bomb on his family for Christmas—after years of training in the family monster hunting business he’s quitting, effective immediately. To escape their judgment he runs away to a friend’s cabin for a week of solitude. No family. No phones. Unfortunately the cabin has a little vampire problem: Ezra.

But this vampire is unlike any monster Morgan has come up against before. For one thing, Ezra is dressed in five inch heels and follows Morgan around like a lost puppy. For another, Morgan can’t stop thinking about what it would be like to kiss a vampire instead of killing one. And the longer the snow keeps them trapped together the more vampire and hunter wonder if they’re really meant to be enemies at all.

Frostbite is a 40,000 word m/m snowed in romance.

Content warnings for scenes of violence and injury, blood and blood drinking, sexual situations (consensual), and mild kink.13

My thoughts

I do not know how Morgan stopped himself from spanking Ezra because I totally would have spanked him multiple times. (chuckle).

Frostbite is a really cute forced proximity romance. I love Morgan and Ezra together. I think the conversations were sharp and funny. I think the only question that never really got answered was what other types of monsters are out there if Morgan has never fought a vampire? His body is scarred from battles, and the fact that he fights monsters is spoken about, but what kind? 

The chemistry between Morgan and Ezra is hot. I think there is potential to take this into another book since there are monsters out there to fight. Clans fighting each other. There is a whole world of exploration that Ezra needs to do and I think J. Emery can take us there.

I received a free copy of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 4 out of 5.


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Further Details:

Publisher: J. Emery, December 13th 2019

Editor: Liz Lincoln

Series: 7 Caged Tigers #1

Pages: 121

SC: Non-Binary


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