Meet Noel Gatsby in Bloodfrost, whose nightly dreams take her away from the misery of her pain-wracked, disease-riddled body. The dreams become real when she awakens one morning to find herself completely healed. She soon learns her miraculous recovery comes at a price…
I'm beyond excited about the release of Bloodfrost. It was a true labor of love for me, taking nearly seven months from start to finish. I've already received questions about the book title, which is somewhat explained in the Bloodfrost Q & A:
How did you come up with the title for "Bloodfrost"?
Infection thrives on heat. It's the reason why most hospitals and operating rooms are so cold; it lessens the risks of infection. As I began writing "Bloodfrost," before I created the healers, I decided to use frost in the process of Noel's miraculous recovery. As she's being healed, she feels a coolness running through her veins, as if the blood being replaced in her body is ice cold.
To read excerpts from Bloodfrost, click here.