{Effie Reviews} Glass Frost by Liz DeJesus

Posted September 1, 2013 by Effie in Reviews / 0 Comments

{Effie Reviews} Glass Frost by Liz DeJesus

Glass Frost

by Liz DeJesus
Series: Frost #2
Published on July 19th, 2013
by Musa Publishing
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy
Format: eBook
Source: Author
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Also by this author: First Frost

When joined together, Cinderella's slippers grant the wearer her heart's desire. But whose wish will be granted?

When Cinderella’s glass slipper is stolen, Queen Felicia sends her faithful steward Terrance to the real world to retrieve his love and witch-in-training, Bianca Frost. The power of the glass slipper in the wrong hands could ruin peace in Everafter.

Bianca must gather every bit of magic she has learned in the past few weeks to find the slipper and protect her new love. Together, Bianca, Ming, Prince Ferdinand, and Terrance venture deep into the heart of Everafter to seek clues as to who has stolen the slipper and why. Along the way, they uncover what happened to the Seven Dwarves after Snow White married the prince, but also learn the awful risk of tampering with black magic and the high price that must be paid for magical aid, even when used for good.

Bianca and Terrance’s relationship is put to the test. Through the pain of suffering and loss, Bianca must determine if following her gallant boyfriend into his faraway world is in fact her heart's desire.

I received this book for free from the publisher or author in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

4 Stars

I so enjoyed reading this book! It’s as good as the first one and I’m so happy I got to read both books for the blog tour. They’re just so awesome!

The story continues off where book 1 ended. Terrance comes into the normal world and asks Bianca to come with him back to Neverafter. She goes with him and Ming comes along too. There they go to meet Queen Felicia who is the one who asked Terrance to bring Bianca back to Neverafter. There the Queen tells Bianca that someone stole one of Cinderella’s glass slippers and she asks Bianca to go find it and bring it back. Of course Bianaca accepts and all through the story they meet all kinds of new fairy tale beings and some from the first book make an appearence as well.

As for the character, I still think Bianca is awesome and Ming is just as funny and real in this one as she was in the first one. Terrance also is soooooooooo adorable in this one, I just want to hug and squeeze him and never let him go. Also Prince Ferdinand went from annoying to pleasantly tolerable. He isn’t as annoying as in the first one, he’s actually quite goofy and funny. We also get to meet Queen Titania, who is the badass Queen of the Fairies. And we also get to meet new enemies like Elda and the other two witches who work together with the Frog Queen.

Seriously people really need to read this book, the only bad thing I can say about this book is the romance part which annoyed me in some parts, becauce it was to cutesy and fluffy and not that much to my liking. But that’s a matter of personal opinion of course.

All in all a 4 star worthy book and one I wouldn’t mind reading again.


About Liz DeJesus

Liz DeJesus was born on the tiny island of Puerto Rico. She is a novelist and a poet. She has been writing for as long as she was capable of holding a pen. She is the author of the novel Nina (Blu Phi’er Publishing, October 2007), The Jackets (Arte Publico Press, March 31st 2011) First Frost (Musa Publishing, June 22nd 2012) and Glass Frost (Musa Publishing, COMING SOON).

She is also a member of The Written Remains Writers Guild http://www.writtenremains.org/.

Liz is currently working on a new novel.

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