• Miss Frost Chills the Cheater

  • A Nocturne Falls Mystery (Jayne Frost, Book 6)
  • By: Kristen Painter
  • Narrated by: Hollis McCarthy
  • Length: 8 hrs and 29 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (2,392 ratings)

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Miss Frost Chills the Cheater

By: Kristen Painter
Narrated by: Hollis McCarthy
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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to Nocturne Falls, the town that celebrates Halloween 365 days a year.

Jayne Frost is a lot of things. Winter elf, Jack Frost's daughter, Santa Claus' niece, heir to the Winter Throne, and now...private investigator. Sort of.

Jayne takes Sinclair on a much-needed visit to her winter wonderland home, the North Pole. She wants him to see what her royal life is truly like. She knows the protocol and regulations that define her existence as heir to the Winter Throne aren’t for everyone and worries it will be more than he wants to handle.

All seems well until a weird coincidence in a toy contest has some of the citizens of the North Pole giving Sinclair the side-eye. He’s a necromancer, and not everyone is okay with that.

Jayne vows to prove his presence and the apparent cheating are unrelated, but digging deeper, she uncovers all kinds of strange occurrences that only complicate things and make another thing perfectly clear. Someone doesn’t want Sinclair around.

When that someone cracks and takes action, Sinclair is in danger of losing more than his good name. Can Jayne chill the rumors that threaten the royal family and keep Sinclair from being permanently iced? 

©2018 Kristen Painter (P)2018 Kristen Painter

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Possible end of the series

The Miss Frost series has been one of my favorite paranormal cozies. This looks like a wrap up to the series. I think it could continue longer if the author chose to use the new setting, but it wouldn't have to. It's been a fun ride.

For this specific story, it takes a while to determine the Cheater. I was thinking it was one person for a long time or even a group of people, so excellent handling of red herrings. Jayne, Sinclair and the cats are a great team.

Don't start with this story. Go back to the beginning and read through all the fun. Definitely read this one if you've been following the series so far.

As for the narration, while I don't love the voice, it's still the voice of this series. McCarthy keeps her voices consistent, and on the whole it is a pleasant performance.

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Fabulous

I love this series, and this book most of all. The story was fun, heartwarming and fascinating. An enjoyable time spent with characters you could feel were real and part of a fantasy you’d love to be a part of in real life. P.S., Spider is the greatest cat ever. Love the boyfriend and girlfriend kitty moments.

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A great ending

I have loved this series since the very first book. It is a series full of great characters that keep you engaged in their stories. Nocturnal Falls and the North pole are my kind of places. I have looked forward to each and every new book that has come out in this series. It is sad to have the Janye Frost books ending but I did love the ending it was very fitting. I hope we will get to see more of Jayne in the future. It is a series I highly recommend.

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So disappointed — not worthy of the series

This was a hasty, poorly written debacle that pulls down the otherwise delightful series. The author filled in redundancy and chattering to get to the word count. The only light spot was the always great narration. Shame.

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Best for Last

This is the final Jayne Frost book and it is delightful. I will be sad to see the characters go. Maybe she will show up again in Nocturne Falls books.

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I liked this one best.

So nice to have a Love wins story.
And, the characters behaved like adults and Not prepubescent teenagers at 20-30ish.
It was Not Cringy or Whingey, lol.

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Great Story, BUT it leaves me with a Question.

I think Jayne Frost is a great Character and her story is interesting. The trip to the North Pole was such a fun read--But......
What does it mean for this Character continuing. My vote is do continue as long as the story is interesting. Hope to see more.

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Favorite Jayne book so far!!

This is the 6th book in the Jayne Frost series, we actually leave Nocturne Falls and head to the North Pole! Jayne wants to take Sinclair to the NP to see if he can get use to living with the Royals. I loved the new setting Kristen Painter really knows how to build a world that I really want to visit and her characters are always so delightful to spend time with. This has been my favorite Jayne book to date, I hope there are many more! Of course Spider is always awesome!! Really enjoyed the narrator as always!

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This series is just so much fun!

It seems that Jayne gets in trouble no matter where she is! This time she is back home to introduce Sin to the other side of her personality by visiting home. He is overwhelmed to say the least. Of course being a necromancer makes him less than ideal to some residents of the NP. When something goes wonky he is immediately blamed. This time the trouble hits Jayne at home, not just in the NP but directly at Sin and she must find the answer to the mystery in order to protect his reputation.

I still miss Grayson and thought he was the better fit. He was sexy, mysterious, and he deserved a good woman like Jayne but Sin is sneaking his way in to my heart. You get to understand him and know him better in this latest installment.

This series is just so much fun!

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The Weakest Book in the Series

This had the potential to be the best of the Miss Frist stories as the daughter of Jack Frost and the niece of Santa Clause takes her boyfriend home to the North Pole so he can discover if he can handle being married to the heir to that magical kingdom. On all levels this should have been a wonderful story, but it just didn’t quite work thanks in a very large measure to the racism of some winter elves and a story that never felt particularly plausible about trying to overthrow the succession because Jayne wants to marry a non-elf. The glitter of the North Pole quickly fades as an overly long mystery stumbles forward. The villain goes from acting utterly brilliant to severely brain damaged with a final dastardly move that not even an insanely delusional idiot could have believed he could get away with. If I had started with this book, I would not have continued to read the rest of the series.

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  • 11-09-19

Incredible icy investigation :)

I've enjoyed this series, I'm guessing it's the finale. It's fun and has a great who dunnit story running through which made me puzzle for a while.

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  • 12-17-18

Love at first listen

I love all the Kristen Painter novels. funny and imaginative. I will listen to many more as they come out.