Wednesday, June 12, 2013

The Frozen, by Michel Prince

You close your eyes and finally make the decision to end your life only to have him show up. Gabriel, here to give you a second chance for salvation. They say he’s an angel, but then again, they don’t have to serve under him. He offers you a chance to be a member of the Frozen, a group of demon hunters. Serve your sentence and you can ascend to heaven. Refuse, well the punishment has been clearly laid out in the scriptures. It’s a last chance. But when your body is frozen in time can your heart still beat? 

Nye, a former slave who lost his love and was tired of being under the control of another ended his life in 1859. His stubborn ways kept him under Gabriel’s thumb and from ascending to Heaven. Feeling that a woman was the cause of his downfall he hasn’t had an urge for a woman for over a hundred and fifty years. Knowing that he has less than seven years left until he earns salvation he is staying on the straight and narrow – until a woman gets caught in the crossfire during a demon hunt. 

Receiving devastating news, Kiriana moves across the country only to get caught up in the world of our protectors The Frozen. With each passing moment Nye and Kiriana are pulled into an attraction that could be their ultimate demise or their greatest salvation… 

All the while Damarion, is leading a group of female demons as they try to protect the demons sent from Hell to obtain the souls of humans around the world. Being assigned to Earth as a punishment for crimes against the royal family, Damarion learns that there are dangers within his coven trying to take him down and stop him from returning to his love still trapped in Hell and threaten the love that he was so sure was true.

SLAVE's Review
Very few novels do I actually want to read, simply from seeing the author's name having read a previous story written by them. I immediately start with great expectations of the character creations, story flow, and the authors ability to draw me into the world they've created. 

Well, The FROZEN by MICHEL PRINCE met with my expectations to the type of writing that I enjoy. From the start the characters--main and secondary--felt alive, always moving forward with the events unfolding. 

The story: a group of Hunters, frozen in fluid moving time doing their best to prevent the emergence of new Demons into the world, was believable and flowed smoothly without a hitch. I especially enjoyed the conflicts, interactions, and rivalry on both sides that kept The FROZEN from getting .."frozen". 
I easily give the FROZEN by MICHEL PRINCE, 5 1/2 pens

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