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The Frozen Queen: Reluctant Heir

The Frozen Queen Reluctant Heir Growing up in the country Phaedra lives a very sheltered life and it shows in the way she thinks For four years she waits for Kaeden to come home so that they can be together at last But when he ar

  • Title: The Frozen Queen: Reluctant Heir
  • Author: Bekah Clark
  • ISBN: 9780692449288
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Paperback
  • Growing up in the country, Phaedra lives a very sheltered life and it shows in the way she thinks For four years, she waits for Kaeden to come home so that they can be together at last But, when he arrives, all of her romantic dreams are dashed.She is to be the new Frozen Queen Phaedra s sense of duty to her people compels her to go with Kaeden to the Emerald Mountain.Growing up in the country, Phaedra lives a very sheltered life and it shows in the way she thinks For four years, she waits for Kaeden to come home so that they can be together at last But, when he arrives, all of her romantic dreams are dashed.She is to be the new Frozen Queen Phaedra s sense of duty to her people compels her to go with Kaeden to the Emerald Mountain It s the last thing she wants But soon a simple journey turns into a quest for survival.Will she make it to the Emerald Mountain alive Will she choose to become the Frozen Queen and leave the only man she has ever loved, or will she run off and live the life she dreams of

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    1. Siobhan on said:

      Last year I was introduced to Bekah Clark, and quickly found myself to be quite the fan. I read The Hawk In Winter, the first book in the Rise of the Hawk series, and really enjoyed it. I then read The Stone Sisters: Lyssa, and found another series I would be following. Then came The Healer and the Warrior, my favourite of my Bekah Clark reads to date, and I’m overjoyed by the possible books that will turn The Healer and the Warrior into the first in a series. Having enjoyed all my Bekah Clark [...]

    2. BellaReadz on said:

      What I love most about Bekah Clark’s book, The Frozen Queen, was that even though it has lots of different characters and different interweaving plotlines that make for a nice fantasy read, it isn’t as crazy convoluted “HIGH FANTASY” as say “Game of Thrones” or “Lord of the Rings” or something of that magnitude… which is nice! Even though it is clearly an alternative reality setting, it *feels* real…if that makes sense. No language or excessive violence & sex, has a nice [...]

    3. Essie Harmon on said:

      I was hooked from the opening pages of “The Frozen Queen: Reluctant Heir” and my interest never wavered for a moment! I admit Phaedra took some getting used to, but overall I enjoyed the creative and strong characters and plots that continued to build and shock and surprise. Just when you think you know what’s happening, something comes along to throw a wrench in it. This is good because I hate books that are super cliché and predictable. And this one isn’t. Although there are some fami [...]

    4. Kaylee on said:

      Interesting plot, well-written and very creative, “The Reluctant Heir” is the second book I’ve read from this author Bekah Clark, and it promises to be the start of a very enticing series! It features a varied cast of colorful characters and plenty of romance and drama to go around. There are some familiar tropes here (as with most fantasy/sci fi), however, I feel Ms. Clark did an amazing job of bringing in a fresh voice and making the story wholly her own, and giving it a unique feel. I d [...]

    5. Karen *ReaderGirl* on said:

      It seems like so often when I read books, usually I either like the dialogue, and the narrative seems flat (or too telling and long-winded) or the prose is good, but the conversations seem contrived and fake. But I loved how seamlessly everything worked together in “The Frozen Queen: Reluctant Heir” by author Bekah Clark, and was so well balanced throughout. And she has a great talent for writing younger characters, their words and actions are believable. My only real complaint honestly was [...]

    6. Stacy on said:

      "The Frozen Queen” by Bekah Clark was for me a bit convoluted at times, and took a while to really get my attention, but I did think it kept getting better and better as it went along. I am a big fan of the current fantasy/romance trend, and it I appreciate the lengths the author went thru to make her book stand out from much of the typical fare out there these days. It felt deep, had heart, and had a strong message of destiny and strength, even if for me it seemed to lose a bit of its focus a [...]

    7. Laura on said:

      4.5 starsI loved this book! This is the second one I’ve read from Bekah Clark and she is quickly moving to the top of my favorite Indies list! She writes these fantastical, romantic, engrossing stories that pushes the boundaries of imagination and makes you feel. (Her other book is Called “A Hawk in Winter”… check it out!) Like the other, it is excellently written (a few minor editing things but nothing too major) and kept my attention from the dramatic opening to the fulfilling finish. [...]

    8. Lady Ronin on said:

      This book started off a little slow for me. I checked it out and this is a new author and her first book. I continued on and I'm glad I did. After the story gets going there is a lot of action and romance. It's different from what I expected but I ended up really liking it. It's the first in a series and I'm looking forward to the second book. When I was checking out her website I noticed she had another series that was going to be coming out too. I'll give it a try.

    9. Katie Jo on said:

      Phaedra and Kaeden oh my goodness! A forbidden love now that Phaedra will be the Frozen Queen. I loved the plot and the characters were well developed! Bekah did an amazing job pulling the reader into the world where Tech is for the privileged and the Queens rule for 750+ years. I would have enjoyed a little more development of the relationship between Phaedra and her parents, but the adventure to the Emerald Mountain makes up for it.

    10. Lauren Lauren on said:

      Princess PhaedraWow. I was not sure what to expect from this story, but it was soooo good. I love how Phaedra starts as a silly girl and transforms into a woman. Without giving any spoilers, I think the story unfolded just like it needed to. Look forward to more of this series.

    11. Louise on said:

      This isn't my usual book but read it because my daughter liked it so much. Kaeden was sweet, loyal and passionate. I particularly like the interplay between Phaedra, Arelda and Kara. I'd recommend this book for anyone looking for a fun read.

    12. Christina Murray on said:

      This book was excellently written. If you have ever read any of Ms. Clark's books you know that she prides herself on character development and that is exactly what makes this book magical. The book starts out on the planet of New Terra. It is a fascinating planet that is halfway stuck in the 20th century and also halfway stuck in medieval times. The poor of the planet worship Tech, while the wealthy understand that Tech is simply science. We meet our main character Phaedra a 20-year-old princes [...]

    13. Erin on said:

      Great read! My actual rating would be 4.5 stars, this book was great! I've never been a huge fan of books written in the first person narrative, but Bekah Clark has again managed to impress me with her ability to pull me into a story, and not let me go.The main character was a bit difficult for me to get on board with at first, but her character development by the end was perfect. I've also really been enjoying the world-building Ms. Clark does in her books, to me it seems a cool mix of fantasy, [...]

    14. Karen Ingalls on said:

      A well written and imaginative story that captured my attention and kept it throughout the book. Phaedra is the next frozen queen and must leave her family to live at Emerald Mountain. She also must sacrifice her love for Kaeden and not be his wife as she has always dreamed about. There were a few places where some re-editing needs to be done. I also felt the story ended too abruptly without letting the reader know more about her reign without going into detail. I am assuming that the second boo [...]

    15. Monika P. on said:

      The Frozen Queen: Reluctant Heir is the first book in the Frozen Queen series. The story took me on an exciting journey with lots of action, adventure, and danger. Once I started reading it I could not put it down. I thoroughly enjoyed this exciting new world Ms. Clark has built. The characters are well developed and you can't help but fall in love with the H and h. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves fantasy that goes beyond the usual fare. I can't wait for the second book. Well do [...]

    16. JH on said:

      The Frozen Queen was different from anything I'd read before. It was a little difficult for me to get into it at first but I kept at it because I felt there was something there. I had a lot of questions about this world and the way it was. Some were answered and some were not but that makes a good first book in a series. It was a nice full size novel. I'm looking forward to seeing more in the next book. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book.

    17. Heather Louise on said:

      I do not understand how anyone can call this well-written. The author has no idea how to tell a story, and reading the first few pages are already painful. I do NOT recommend this for anyone, and I don't know how it got published. The first chapter feels like the author just started writing out a description of the set up and history without any thought to how to introduce the story, as if this was written by a child.

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