Blackfrost

Blackfrost Son of a simple blacksmith Apprentice Wytch Kian has always known that once his apprenticeship is over he ll be sent far from home to serve the Wytch Council Before his training is even complete Wy

  • Title: Blackfrost
  • Author: Jaye McKenna
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 185
  • Format: ebook
  • Son of a simple blacksmith, Apprentice Wytch Kian has always known that once his apprenticeship is over, he ll be sent far from home to serve the Wytch Council Before his training is even complete, Wytch Master Taretha orders him to Blackfrost, an isolated country estate, where he is to serve as personal healer to Prince Ambris of Miraen.Nothing in Kian s experience has pSon of a simple blacksmith, Apprentice Wytch Kian has always known that once his apprenticeship is over, he ll be sent far from home to serve the Wytch Council Before his training is even complete, Wytch Master Taretha orders him to Blackfrost, an isolated country estate, where he is to serve as personal healer to Prince Ambris of Miraen.Nothing in Kian s experience has prepared him for what he finds at Blackfrost, and every day brings new questions Like why is Prince Ambris being kept prisoner at Blackfrost Where does Wytch Master Taretha take him every fortnight And why does the prince return from these excursions suffering from horrific injuries that Kian is expected to heal Kian quickly learns that seeking answers to these questions could cost him his life Worse, he soon finds himself struggling with his growing feelings for Ambris, putting him at odds with both Wytch Master Taretha and the sadistic guard captain, Malik Can Kian unravel the mystery in time to save Ambris Or will the prince finally succumb to madness and destroy Blackfrost and everyone in it 63,000 words

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    1. So this is still happeningMe and my cyber dragon child enjoyed our buddy read of 'Burn the Sky' so much that of course this past weekend we needed more and jumped into 'Blackfrost' the second book in Jaye McKenna's 'Wytch King' series and it was just as awesome as the first one. 'Blackfrost' picks up a couple of years after the events of 'Burn the Sky'. Kian has resumed his apprenticeship with Ilya as his teacher and he's almost done when another Witch Master arrives at Altan and orders Kian to [...]

    2. I think I enjoyed this one a little more. There was just something about Ambris that drew me in. There was plenty of story too. I can't help feeling a little disappointed that there was no Wytch Council conclusion. I need to see them all dispersed LOLVery enjoyable

    3. Disclaimer - I had the pleasure of beta reading this book several times during the story's development. Kain, the healer and former lover of Whych King Garrick is selected by another Whych Master to act as healer to Prince Am risk who is exiled to Blackfrost- a half burnt out house in the middle of nowhere two kingdoms away. Ambris is a Dragon shifter emotionally unable to shift - a fact the Whych Master is taking advantage off. Guarded by Malik - who has a grudge against Ambris life is dangerou [...]

    4. (Originally reviewed for Love Bytes Reviews. Rated 4.5 out of 5.0 Love Bytes.)If Blackfrost is anything to go by, the rest of this series is going to be as good as the first book! I really enjoyed this book.In this current installment, we shift sideways to a character from the previous book who now takes center stage. Kian was introduced in Burn the Sky as Prince Garrik’s somewhat casual lover early in the story. Kian was there when the awakening of Garrik’s power burned down an entire fores [...]

    5. Rating: 4 stars I really liked this addition to the Wytch Kings saga. I found both Kian and Ambris to be great characters. It was also great to revisit some of the characters from the first novel. I really liked Jaire in particular and hope that the author gives him his own novel. I loved the world that this author has created and would recommend this book to anyone who loves both dragons and magic.

    6. I really enjoyed the story. I thought that the characters were well developed. Still this just missed the mark for me. I still enjoyed the different take on shifters. I just felt that the relationship wasn't developed. The author seemed to take more time with the "prison" and the impossibility of escape. In the end the story was good to read but just didn't leave me with much of an overall impression.

    7. I enjoyed this far more than the first one. The plot and characters felt way more developed and thought through. Things were actually happening--and not just in the last quarter of the book. While it was still a little insta-lovey, it wasn't nearly as bad as the first book.

    8. In my review of book one, Burn the Sky, I proclaimed it my favorite dragon shifter story. Well, we have an upset. After finishing Blackfrost, I have to say that as much as I adored Garrick and Ilya’s story and didn’t think it possible for the series to get better. It did. I have a new favorite dragon shifter story!I love broken boys, and this author excels at providing perfect, realistic HEA endings for the tortured and broken men she makes me adore. Well, I’m here to say that Prince Ambri [...]

    9. 3.5 stars!I was really interested in the plot but the story itself didn't grip me as much as the first book, probably because the first book was more interesting in terms of seeing a new world while I was already familiar with the world when reading this book.The book was considerably darker than the first book with its torture and a sense of helplessness. At times even I wondered how could they get out of that situation.The characters were likeable enough and the bad guys were easy to detest. H [...]

    10. I have a soft spot for poor princes in distress. At the same time I have a soft spot for mean revenge. Not having it was a cause of great disappointment where my meanness is concerned >:| mething else bugged me, but I don't remember it now, so it must not be important. Ah! I remember now: (view spoiler)[all the good people have survived and all the bad people have perished (except for a character we don't really see much of anyway). (hide spoiler)].Those two problems combined caused less dram [...]

    11. Better than the first book. Although the sexy scenes were pretty much the same. I skimmed past since they weren't extraordinary.

    12. Still a good story and interesting world. It felt much darker and the relationship didn't seem as well fleshed out as the first couple. A good read, but just didn't push all my buttons like the first in the series did.

    13. 2nd read 3/2017 and I loved it even more.I love this book! It's the 2nd book in the series and both can be read as stand alones. Outstanding writing, well developed characters, strong story, sex is well integrated and enhances the plot. And dragons! What more can you want in a book?

    14. I loved this just as much as the first book, though I was very ready to kill Malik and the evil aunt myself So I am very happy the boys got their HEA! Now I'm wanting Jaire to get his HEA too!

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