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Losing Lucian McKenzie, the Prince of her heart and discovering her true identity has made Elena Watkins life almost unbearable However, new trials will test the 17 year old s strength and push her to limits she didnt think were possible.Only a mysterious offer from Blake Leaf, the Rubicon and a dragon predestined for evil, reveals there may be a light at the end of Elenas dark tunnel.With the life she thought she knew crashing down around her, Elena will have to face a monumental decision about the fate of Paegeia She can either make peace with Blakes demands or try once again to unravel the Queens secrets that lie deep within her dragon, Tanya La Freys, heart.The third heart pounding novel in The Dragonian Series by Adrienne Woods....

Title : Frostbite (The Dragonian Series Book 3) (English Edition)
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Format Type : Other Book
Language : Englisch
Publisher : Fire Quill Publishing 7 M rz 2015
Number of Pages : 178 Pages
File Size : 685 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Frostbite (The Dragonian Series Book 3) (English Edition) Reviews

  • l
    2019-07-22 22:59

    Finally! Finally she gets to claim Blake! I can say this book was very fun tl read. I really love the series <3<3<3

  • Erani Kole
    2019-07-20 06:10

    I've been really excited about this series, and the excitement is always at a 5-star rating, but I'm seriously getting annoyed with the lack of errors that a one-time run through would've caught. I'm not even asking for the sentence checks and details, I mean the missing marks and words. This series is a lengthy-type style of writing, and personally, it only works amazingly when the edits aren't kicking me out of the story every time I stumble on an error. It was fine with the first book because it was free, and I overlooked it a bit with the second book, but by the third installment, it honestly should have been fixed. Corrected. Re-advised. I am paying for these books, and I am not the type to pay half a ten-dollar bill for an author I do not know. If I'm going to be paying five bucks, I seriously expected the book to at least be decently edited.Rant aside, I liked the story's plot and Elena having to prove that she is who she says she is. Her dragon, Cara, was an interesting concept, and only added to the mystery of her history. I'm glad it still heavily involves the school and its traditions, because we finally get to see Elena in all the action. After having lost someone so close to her, and then stumbling upon a new part of her, it's no wonder that she goes a bit crazy. Maybe even a little dark.Her craziness was dragged out a little bit, but I couldn't complain much because it really brought out a lot of other things with the other characters. There were some major reveals that didn't get enough attention, as it'd been such a huge thing to her since the beginning, so that was a bit confusing. Like, what, no ten-page wonder of what she's going through right now? Okay. Towards the end, she got a bit out of hand, but at the same time, because of my assumptions and guesses, I was kind of okay with it. Wasn't exactly fun to watch, but I thought it necessary, that she'll learn from it in the end. I'm obsessed with the first book, and though the series is finally on track of the big picture, I seriously hope it'll be better.

  • Kriss
    2019-07-31 02:16

    It took two books before this but the author has finally began showing a lot more improvement in her story writing; some of the things the author struggled with in the first two books are better executed in this one and since I've seen a steady incline of growth, I expect books 4 and 5 to be even better. This book did have some errors (ex: "roomers" instead of "rumors") but overall I was very impressed with this book after the first two. It was a pretty quick read, but I enjoyed it. I actually cried a few tears in a few spaces, which is rare because books don't usually move me to tears. I think from this point on the main target of the plot will finally start to be explored upon. It's like we needed the first three books to really set up everything adequately, although I still think book 1 could have been half as long. Now, was this book perfect? No. I mean, we still have that "this place being magic explains away everything even inconsistencies int he magic" thing that goes on but, I guess once you start playing with magic you get that umbrella clause that covers everything because it can't be wholly defined. I like how the romance is minimal and slow, we're not getting any "insta-love" around here this time, though I'm sure in the next two books we'll definitely start getting that "it's because we're a dent" explanation about feelings and such.Overall? Good book. I liked it. I immediately bought book 4 and as soon as this review is done, I'm going to go buy it.

  • A.S.
    2019-08-02 05:48

    4.5 StarsMy favorite book of the series so far. As others have said, a lot of things that many readers have been waiting for are addressed in this book. A few very crucial things that were set up or hinted at in the first two books start paying off, and we meet new characters and get to know more about current ones as a result. The writing has only improved, it contains less filler than the 2nd book did- I liked Lucian well enough but there was too much focus on his & Elena's relationship (which never seemed deep) in Thunderlight (book 2). I wasn't into that romance because it was obvious from the start which guy (or should I say dragon) Elena is meant to be with. I feel like this is definitely the best book for Elena as a character, as well. She is no longer the same girl she was when dropped into this world. She has a lot of new struggles to overcome, including getting a taste of something Blake has had to deal with for years. Although this series has definitely had many twists, what I love about it is it's not out to mess with its readers by doing things that don't make sense, only to shock people. Everything is set up well and hinted at in at least subtle ways and you know you'll eventually get there, but not how you'll get there, which makes it exciting. It's much harder to write that way than it is to simply do anything for the sake of being unpredictable, so big compliments to the author. I flew through this third book in a couple days and can't wait until the fourth book (Moonbreeze) comes out.