Jack Frost is third in line to his brother’s kingdom, and tasked with guarding the children of the mortal realm. Briella Snow is the Snow Queen of the kingdom of Tundra, and rumored to be fond of abducting mortals. When a boy living in the mortal realm goes missing, Jack knows that there could be no other possible culprit.
His suspicions are confirmed when he actually meets Briella. She’s pompous, she’s powerful and she’s an icy cold pain in the neck. Then Jack realizes that her icy facade is just an illusion to keep others from discovering her true motive—securing the safety of the supernatural realm against goblins.
The Snow Queen offers Jack a compromise: she will show him where the boy is in exchange for his helping to misdirect the goblins away from her castle. Both knew they would be risking their lives, not only against the goblins but also each other. What they didn’t expect was that they’d be risking their hearts as well.
(This is a standalone fantasy romance novel inspired by the tale of The Snow Queen and the legend of Jack Frost.)
Grab a hot chocolate, tuck your toes under a loved one and curl up on the sofa with this sweet winter romance…
When Nancy arrives in Denmark to visit her best friend, Tessa, everything seems perfect; the fire is roaring and the snow is gently falling. It’s a winter wonderland.
As the snow gets thicker she discovers that things aren’t as perfect as they appear. Eager to reconnect with her friend, Nancy is hurt when Tessa is wrapped up with her new beau, leaving her lonely and out in the cold.
Tessa’s mysterious colleague, Torben, steps in to keep Nancy company. He could easily be mistaken for a Nordic god but can Nancy melt his icy demeanour?
Will romance kindle as Nancy and Torben get cosy at the fireside? And will Nancy and Tessa’s friendship weather the storm? Find out in this warming winter novella… a tale of friendship, love and woolly jumpers.
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In the wintry world of the culmins, there are rules… Kaya James doesn’t believe in most of them. One must marry and start a family early in life, and she makes it well known that is not for her… So, why would anyone send her a secret gift with a sweet note attached, leaving it unsigned? Men are not romantic, at least that’s what she always thought. But her secret friend is making her second guess everything. With gifts that keep coming, and an overbearing mother that keeps pushing her to marry someone- anyone- what’s a strong-minded culmin woman like Kaya to do? She has always been openly defiant of the rules, proudly so. But receiving notes that are more thoughtful than the next and with a little help from the Paragons watching from afar, Kaya’s heart may not be as safe from love as she once believed.