First Sentence: I actually am going to skip the prologue and give you the first sentence of Chapter One; “I didn’t think m day could get any worse until my best friend told me she might be going crazy. Again.”
Characters: Rose- I love her. I really do. But she annoyed me so much at times. Okay, yeah she’s a beast at being a guardian in training and all. She seemed way too conceited though. Like, she knew she was hot, and flaunted that. She knew she was a good guardian. All of her best qualities make her into a really supercilious (I just love that word—It means stuck up) person and honestly, I don’t see what Dimitri sees in her.
Dimitri- *sighs* So dreamy but I feel like I’m not getting enough of him. I get that he’s all hot and a “God” but still. He doesn’t get much “screen time”. I wish there was more to read about him.
Lissa- Rose’s best friend…well, she is spending too much time with Christian. Just saying. Come on! Rose is your best friend, Liss, make time for her too.
Mason- Poor, poor Mason. He is so in love with Rose and she just…ugh. Uses him, basically. Okay, she tried to reciprocate the feelings, I give her that. The first time I read this, I was all for Team Rose + Mason. He’s just all wrong for her, yet I felt bad. And then in the end…I’m not going into details so I don’t spoil anything.
Content: Strange Strigoi attacks? Attacks that don’t follow any of the accepted beliefs? Plus, forbidden love? Perfect story right there.
Setting and details: Umm… Idaho, I think, is where a lot of this was taken place. Well, first it was the Academy in Montana, and then a ski resort in, I think, Idaho. Oh, then there’s Spokane, in Washington, right? Anyways, it was snowy and there were mountains. Mostly all I got out of the descriptions.
Overall Enjoyment: I’ve got to say this book was better the first time I read it. Not meaning I didn’t love it this time around, too, ‘cause I totally did. I kept reading and reading. I cried the first time I read Frostbite, wasn’t quite expecting to cry this time as well. But I did. And really? Any book that can bring tears to my eyes is a good book. I’m pretty sure this is my favorite in the series.