simplest of touches between Will Frost and Lauren McLean are forbidden.
To share love
will surely mean death.
granddad’s passing, Lauren has existed a few steps out of sync with the world.
Desperate to feel the love only he offered her as a child, Lauren returns to
the haven they once shared — a snow-covered cabin at the foothills of the
It’s not the
memory of her granddad that warms her ice-cold, frost-bitten body after being
caught in a blizzard, though. It’s the man in whose bed she wakes.
bringing life to her soul, Will stirs deep-rooted memories in Lauren and brings
out the love she seeks.
knows about himself — the secrets of his kind — he keeps hidden, forcing Lauren
to search for answers, to question and ultimately put her life, and his own
existence, in danger.
though, there is always a way.
Can Will get around the rules? Or will Lauren give
up her life simply to have one last touch from Will Frost?
"So good, I read it twice in 2 days!" — Wendy (Reader)
"Touch of Frost was an excellent story about the tragedies and possibilities of forbidden love." — Crazy Four Books
“If you have a zen for fairy tales, then this one is a can’t miss.” — Bex Book Nook Reviews
“Adams’ characters resonate. There is a certain serenity achieved in this snowy, isolated world that might leave you as revived as Lauren.” — Fantasy Book Review
“The author has a way of bringing you into the story to where you are experiencing everything as Lauren does. You mourned. You felt the relaxing calm of nature. You froze. And you fell in love.” — Known to Read
“This is not a story that you read, it's a story that you experience! Ms. Adams has an amazing ability to make the story seem personal.” — Brenda
“... any hero who saves an orphaned Lynx kit to raise is outstanding in my book. I certainly enjoyed this little jewel of a story and have no problem at all giving it a hearty recommendation.” — The Romance Studio
“... this book is written almost like a fairy tale and scene after scene has such a surreal, dream-like quality to it that, whilst there is some pretty good stuff happening to quicken your pulse a little, it left me feeling somewhat relaxed and totally content.” — J.A. Belfield - Author Darkness & Light
“That's what I love in a book. A story that takes me in and makes me feel like I'm there.” — Aimee Laine - Author Little White Lies