Books by Jeaniene Frost

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The Beautiful Ashes

I've long been a fan of the author Jeaniene Frost and narrator Tavia Gilbert combo, which has proven magical since I first listened to Frost's Halfway to the Grave. I was beyond pleased to learn that with The Beautiful Ashes I would get to enjoy Frost's writing and Gilbert's narration, this time in ...

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Twice Tempted

Narrated by Tavia Gilbert Warning: mild spoilers for Once Burned I love Jeaniene Frost’s Night Huntress series and last year, I was very happy to listen to Once Burned (the first entry in the Night Prince trilogy) and get to know Vlad a little better. I liked Leila very much and enjoyed the dyna ...

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Once Burned

Narrated by Tavia Gilbert Once Burned is the first in the Night Prince spin-off series based on characters from Frost’s Night Huntress novels featuring Cat and Bones. After an accident involving a downed power line at the age of thirteen, Leila Dalton developed psychometric powers and the abilit ...

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Once Burned

Have you ever wondered what would happen if Dracula and Frankenstein were to meet? Apparently, Jeaniene Frost did. As such, she created a love story with Dracula and a young woman with powers similar to Frankenstein and threw them together to see what would happen. Vlad Tepesh is Dracula. The v ...

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Halfway to the Grave

Narrated by Tavia Gilbert We’re starting out today with a close look at Jeaniene Frost’s Halfway to the Grave, an urban fantasy romance with a kick. What’s the kick? Bones the hero. Read on! Jeaniene Frost’s Night Huntress series is one that garners a good bit of attention from time to t ...

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Eternal Kiss of Darkness

This is my first Jeaniene Frost novel and it’s one of the hardest to grade that I've come across in some time. Truth is while I enjoyed it for the most part, it took too long for me to actually become invested in the story and two weeks is an awfully long time to spend reading one book. Distracti ...

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One Foot in the Grave

One Foot in the Grave is the second book in the Night Huntress series, featuring a half-vampire named Cat. While at first I thought this was just another average vampire novel, by the end I was intrigued and look forward to reading the next book. I could even look past the fact that the hero has one ...

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Halfway to the Grave

I know all the reasons why people are tired of the endless stream of paranormal novels being pushed in the bookstores. Take a glance at the new paperbacks display in any Borders or Barnes and Noble and you get it. Here's a mystery with a heroine who can sense dead people, here's a chick lit with a ...