The Frozen Witch Book One

The Frozen Witch Book One Summary

She’s in trouble – of the mythic kind. When Lilly White finds a strange box, it changes her life. It ignites the ice that has always lain dormant in her heart. Oh, and it brings her to the attention of him.

And who is he? The god of revenge. He drags her into his world. A world of magic, of crime, of retribution.

She’ll never escape him. And soon she’ll realize she doesn’t want to….

The Frozen Witch is an action-packed urban fantasy sure to please fans of Odette C. Bell’s Angel: Private Eye.

Book Reviews


Eeh2 star

I Couldn’t get into it. The story premise is good & it had some potential, but I couldn’t take the weak nature of Lily & the vaguely answered questions . Just not for me.25


Enthralling5 star

I started reading this book in the hopes it would rekindle my love for reading, I had been stuck in a reading rut, unable to get into a book, unable to properly enjoy a good book. This book grabbed my attention, right up my alley, and I must say, it worked. I’m looking forward to purchasing and reading the rest of the books in the series when I get the money.55


The Frozen witch is a great title and it has to do much with the protagonist4 star

It is a great book that once you start reading you won’t want to stop reading the book.45


Sooo slow and confusing1 star

I could not get interested in this book enough to finish it. Horrible writing and insanely confusing. Big waste of my time.15

Lover of all things awesome

This book is an absolute nightmare1 star

The same gaps in story lines, static characters and repetitive situations are highlighted throughout the series. It could have been better with more attention to the plot or weaving together more mythology with the characters and not describing Vali’s massive build for the hundredth time. This would have been a great first draft to build on and revise, take apart and question things that motivate the characters. Instead it was forced and at times awkward to read. It’s a no for me15


Great Story5 star

Loved Lily and Vali. Can’t wait to start the next book!55

Sickens jack

Why1 star

This feels like a 5th grade writer who thinks that in order to have a good book, she needs to have similes or metaphors every other sentence. If she wants to write a book that is well respected by the majority of readers, I'd recommend that she learn how not to smother her readers with similes. They're not necessary when you're in the middle of some mundane scene. Keep it for the parts that it will have an impact on the reader, rather than where they will simply make the reader tired of them.15


The Frozen Witch Book One3 star

It is an interesting story, but it is more of a large sample than a real book.35

Pit Bull Person

The frozen witch1 star



I wouldn't waste your time1 star

This is an ABSOLUTELY amazing idea. It is also extremely horrid writing. The character is afraid of everything, you get zero explanations, and she literally is "frozen in fear" throughout the whole book. It's slow and fat at the same time, she has the exact same conversation with Vali every time and I do mean every time. I want this book to be re written by someone with a little more imagination.....also I can't stand the main character and her 12 year old backwards self.15

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