Court of Frost by Helen Scott – A Book Review

Posted August 21, 2020 by Booksandblurbs in Fantasy, Reverse Harem, Reviews / 0 Comments

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Court of Frost

(Twisted Fae – Book 2)

by Helen Scott & Lucinda Dark
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Fantasy, Fast Burn RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down & Dirty

The Castle moves the adventure, and romance, into the Fae Realm in this continuation. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

Found. Desired. Changeling.

The Court of Frost is not meant for the feint of heart – or for a bumbling changeling and her human friend. Cress has found herself plopped smack dab in the middle of Alfheim, otherwise known as the Realm of the Fae. Which wouldn’t be such a bad thing – considering she has finally proven herself to be one of them – except she’s brought along her best friend who is most certainly 100% human.

A spur of the moment announcement from Prince Roan, leaves Cress and the two remaining court heirs in a mess of a situation. As a potential crimson princess, Cress must somehow find a way to get through intercourt politics without getting herself – or her friend – killed.

Only one person can play the game of Fae politics better than anyone else. If she wants to survive, Cress is going to have to rely on the one prince she hates the most – the Prince of Frost.

Thoughts on Court of Frost

I really enjoyed the interaction between the characters in this installment; the snark, the heat, the potential. I still have a ton of questions, but that is kind of the point. There is one moment when it appears her powers get revealed, but it fades to another scene and the mystery builds. I just KNOW there is more to her than meets the eye, changeling, half breed, what have you… Cress is unique.

Things are starting to move and build, launching the series forward and setting the stage for what appears to be an epic journey.


First Person, Multiple POV

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Romantic Dynamic


Character Age Range


My Final Verdict on Court of Frost

Heat, magic and danger are woven together in this fast moving, and sometimes disjointed, fantasy tale.  Questions are answered, more are asked and the quartet of curious souls move ever closer together. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

Court of Frost

Published May 29th, 2020
284 Pages

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