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Frostbitten: Women of the Otherworld, Book 10 | [Kelley Armstrong]

Frostbitten: Women of the Otherworld, Book 10

The Alaskan wilderness is a harsh landscape in the best of conditions, but with a pack of rogue werewolves on the loose, it's downright deadly. Elena Michaels, the Pack's chief enforcer, knows all too well the havoc "mutts" can wreak. When they hear of a series of gruesome maulings and murders outside Anchorage, she and her husband, Clay, journey to Alaska in the dead of winter in order to hunt down the dangerous werewolves.
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The Alaskan wilderness is a harsh landscape in the best of conditions, but with a pack of rogue werewolves on the loose, it's downright deadly.

Elena Michaels, the Pack's chief enforcer, knows all too well the havoc "mutts" can wreak. When they hear of a series of gruesome maulings and murders outside Anchorage, she and her husband, Clay, journey to Alaska in the dead of winter in order to hunt down the dangerous werewolves.

Trapped in this savage, untamed winter realm, she and Clay learn more about their own werewolf heritage than they bargained for, tapping a little more into the wild nature of the beast within.

Keep chilled: listen to more titles in the Women of the Otherworld series.

©2009 KLA Fricke, Inc.; (P)2009 BBC Audio

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    Anne Branchport, NY, USA 02-04-10
    Anne Branchport, NY, USA 02-04-10 Member Since 2009
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    "Another great one...but"

    The book was a great installment - finally back to Elaina and Clay! Elaina kicks butt in this one and we even get to meet some previously mentioned, but long lost pack brothers. The only problem was the reader...ugh...she had really bad voices. For example: Jeremy sounded like an 80 year old pervert - previously he was much sexier. Oh well, the story was excellent and prepares us for more from Elaina as she ascends to the head of the pack!

    6 of 6 people found this review helpful
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    Brenda Charlestown, IN, United States 11-10-09
    Brenda Charlestown, IN, United States 11-10-09 Member Since 2007
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    "Good book but....."

    I love Kelley Armstrong...but she got a little lost in this book. The reader changed the accents of the characters that had been well set from previous reads, that was very dissapointing. The writer ruined some of the characters that are previously written as heroes, making them seem week and needy? The worst part was the reader...big bad wolves in this book are not believeable because seriously she gave them mickey mouse has a sore throat voices? I dont understand how the publisher could ever let this happen, let alone the writer. Very irritating.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful
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    S. J. Swan United States 12-04-09
    S. J. Swan United States 12-04-09 Member Since 2008

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    "Hot book dispite the name"

    I am a big fan of Kelley Armstrong. I read her first book reluctantly because I don't get into fantasy, but her characters are well developed and you end up feeling like they are close friends. This is audio is not different. I found myself on the edge of my seat and getting lost in this story.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
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    Helen Austin Texas 09-01-10
    Helen Austin Texas 09-01-10 Member Since 2007

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    "A Howling good book!"

    Eliana and Clay are the focus of this book. As parents their lives have changed and so has their relationship, for the better. KA takes you to the woods of Alaska, a paradise for wolves but not so when they come upon some renegade werewolves "mutts" and meet a new tribe of the Otherworld. Eliana has become, much to her reluctance, the Alpha elect, finding herself making decisions and directions for the pack. She is the woman in charge! The dialogue between Clay and Eliana is as enjoyable as the descriptions of their romps in the woods and the hotel. It is a great addition to this collection. I would recommend reading the books in order to fully understand the characters.

    The negative side of the audio experience was the reader. Her male voices sounded like middle school boys, and that is not how you imagine the characters. The voices sounded young and inexperienced to the point of distraction. Very disappointing audio recording!

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    Amazon Customer 10-27-09 Member Since 2009
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    "Best one yet"

    All i have to say is that of all the other of Elena and Clay stories this one topped them. this one brings them more to life. I love it when they go wolf and just have fun. so yeah i give this a five star. It is my favorite of the two yet. i hope she continues with these two, i love their interactions with one another not to mention their team work. a must read!

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    RabidReads Wakefield, QC, Canada 12-07-12
    RabidReads Wakefield, QC, Canada 12-07-12 Member Since 2011

    Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy Book Review Blogger.

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    "I was hanging on Jen Taylor's every word"

    Elena Michaels is my favourite Women of the Otherworld narrator and listening to her poignant point of view via audio this second time around made me love Frostbitten even more. Jen Taylor had me hanging on her every word because she reads this story as though it were her own. I only have one complaint with this novel and it’s that it was over far too soon.

    Reading this book a second time was bitter sweet for me because on the one hand, I love Kelley Armstrong’s wolves and am ecstatic to be revisiting them but on the other, I know that this is the last installment in this series that features Elena as the narrator and it wasn’t nearly long enough for my liking. Compared to her other novels, this one felt more like a novella than a full length book; the plot is rather basic and the tone is much lighter than its predecessors. I did enjoy the descriptiveness of Armstrong’s writing in this installment as well as the playfulness that Alaska brought out in Clay and Elena but I couldn’t help but feel cheated. I wanted more.

    Elena has come full circle as a character and Frostbitten really brings that to the forefront by sharing bits of her past, present and future. This installment was kind of a mini-recap of Michael’s life as a werewolf because it showcases aspects of her relationship with Clay, experiences as a mother and future role as alpha. It also revisits her life as a foster child by dredging up painful memories and putting her in situations that force her to confront her traumatic upbringing. These are the parts where Jen Taylor’s narration really shined; I could hear Elena’s distress in her voice, the pregnant pauses and contemplative quietness mirrored Armstrong’s writing beautifully. 

    Clay and Elena’s relationship is another element that has come a long way since Bitten and I enjoyed seeing them finally getting to experience their HEA. There’s an open line of communication between them which is something that they’ve struggled with in the past. Their dialogues about Michael’s struggles with alphahood and Clay’s inability to be the pack enforcer he once was were some of my favourite parts. It has been a long upward battle but I think that they’ve finally found their “happy place” and that’s more important to me than the overall ending of the Women of the Otherworld series. 

    I probably won’t be re-reading this series a third time because Armstrong’s other characters didn’t succeed in capturing me quite like her werewolves have. The only books that I’ll never grow tired of are the ones that feature Clay and Elena, and Frostbitten is one of them.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Jillian 1000 Palms,, CA, United States 05-23-12
    Jillian 1000 Palms,, CA, United States 05-23-12 Member Since 2011

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    "Her Elena & Clay voices were good, the others-meh"
    Any additional comments?

    Her Newfie accent sucked. Sucked sucked sucked. Has no one in the States ever heard a Newfie accent. It's not Irish.

    Her other voices besides Clay and Elena (which were very good) were not done that well.

    Elena is Canadian, so she would pronounce things Canadian. Forte is not pronounced 'Fort' it is pronounced 'Fortay'.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Anita Jonesboro, United States Minor Outlying Islands 10-28-09
    Anita Jonesboro, United States Minor Outlying Islands 10-28-09 Member Since 2007
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    "Another good book from Kelley Armstrong"

    I like all of the "Women of the Other World"(W.O.W.) series and Clay and Elena are my favorite characters. Ms. Armstrong expanded her W.O.W. universe in "Frostbitten" with supernaturals not seen in her other books. I like everything she writes including her Young Adult series and this book is no exception.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    Jake E Salt Lake, Utah 01-09-14
    Jake E Salt Lake, Utah 01-09-14 Member Since 2010

    Jakeeeeee

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    "Harlequin-adventure fantasy disorienting at times"

    I felt manipulated by Frostbitten. It's as if the author said to her publisher, "Hey, I've written a woman-centered action novel and added werewolves. We'll get crossover sales!

    Readers who buy this novel for world-building fantasy will sorely disappointed. This novel starts out slowly with the fact that the characters claim to be werewolves barely informing the action until late in the story. We also learn little about the other interesting supernatural characters throughout the novel. The author had the bones of some great ideas here but didn't capitalize on them.

    This story does work as a simple action adventure with the caveat that its written from a female perspective.

    It was interesting, and somewhat disorienting, as a male reader to observe the way this female character thinks about and interacts with the world. There was a lot more emphasis on relationships than I care to think about. And seduction/sex scenes are completely different. I think this will work very well for a lot of readers. It left me bored.

    Bottom line: I wouldn't buy or recommend this book to someone interested in werewolves/otherworld. If you're buying it for the "Women of the...." part of the title, it's a mildly successful adventure title.



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    Elaina AURORA, CO, United States 10-13-13
    Elaina AURORA, CO, United States 10-13-13 Member Since 2012

    24 summers old and love fantasy books. I like being able to drift off into another world.

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    "LOVE THIS"
    Would you listen to Frostbitten again? Why?

    YES! Sex, death, and a little humor i couldn't stop listening.


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    The twins are my favorite they bring out a new side to everyone and have so much personality.


    Which character – as performed by Jen Taylor – was your favorite?

    Riese had the best voice the accent was just how i had imagined it.


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