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Frostbitten - Kelley Armstrong Elena Michaels, the world’s only female vampire finds herself in the frozen tundra of Alaska along with her mate Clayton, tracking a werewolf on the run. When they arrive in Alaska, they find a group of rogue, thug werewolves who are into gun trafficking and murdering young women. In addition, there is the presence of Intuit shape-shifters previously unknown to them. Elena has to confront some dark things that happened in her past as she goes after this new pack of werewolves.

This novel was written at a good pace. There was plenty of action throughout. I liked the premise of the Intuit shape-shifter that was hinted at throughout the novel, until the point that it was actually introduced, and then at that point it felt a little bit of a letdown. Not having read previous books in this series, I was puzzled that Elena is the only female werewolf. That seemed really strange to me and with the absence of any kind of explanation, it didn’t make sense to me. The other shortcoming was that there were some serious logic gaps in the story. In the end, it was an enjoyable read, but there were enough drawbacks that make this a good but not great novel.

Carl Alves - author of Blood Street