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  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Orbit (6 May 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1841497754
  • ISBN-13: 978-1841497754
  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 12.6 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 49,846 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Kelley Armstrong lives in rural Ontario, Canada, with her family and far too many pets. She is the author of the bestselling Women of the Otherworld series; the highly acclaimed Darkest Power young adult series and two adventure novels about a hitwoman, Exit Strategy and Made to be Broken. For further information visit

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Emma Lewis on 28 Sep 2009
Format: Hardcover
Each Women of the Otherworld installment is better than the last. The series now on it's 10th installment is like a pair of comfortable shoes, well loved and adored.
This was a book I picked up at the weekend and had trouble putting down to go to work Monday morning.

Elena Michaels and her lover/husband/mate Clay Danvers are back for this installment, with greater responsiblities (like twins) and more and more pressure put on both of them, their lives have become increasingly far more complex. Jeremy sends them to Alaska on the hunt for a mutt, but as usual things don't quite go according to plan. Jeremy has just informed Elena that she is his pick for the next Alpha of the pack. Couple this with the continuing story of Clay and his arm, and her troubled past making an unwelcome appearance. Add this to some very strange monsters going bump in the night in Alaska, and once again Kelley Armstrong has out done herself.

I'm a huge fan of Kelley Armstrong and this series, however, to get the best of this series I recommend starting with Bitten. I'm now eagerly looking forward to the 11th Book Waking the Witch 08/2010.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ames on 28 Oct 2009
Format: Hardcover
Frostbitten is a nice addition to the Women of the Otherworld series after two not so great books.

In it Elena cements her feelings for Clay by admitting that she missed him whilst he was away, she confronts her past fears head on, and learns that she is strong enough if not quite ready to become Alpha. Clay is as wonderful as ever both protecting Elena and giving her the freedom of her independence. The rest of the pack also make an appearance if only towards the end. We meet two former pack members who fled the pack when Malcolm and Jeremy were fighting to become Alpha as well as the Alpha of the Russian werewolf pack who I hope we see more of in future - I'm curious to see if a proper relationship can be established between the two packs.

As for the story, a group of mutts consisting of Eastern European and American members have decided to settle in Alaska and have been killing off all werewolves on site before they move their very illegal gun-running business over. However the supposed Alpha has a penchant for raping and murdering and can't stop himself from preying on the local girls. As soon as he gets a whiff of Elena he wants her, badly. The rest revolves around rescuing a teenage werewolf called Noah, trying to stay out of the clutches of the rapist and trying to bring down the mutt-pack.

I instantly took a liking to Noah, despite his age and criminal record he was very brave and honorable when he tried to protect Elena from being raped and killed at great risk to himself.

Finally without giving too much away we get a much needed new pack member, an almost pack member and a possible future pack member. Thank goodness for the new young blood! I really didn't want the pack to die out.

Frostbitten was a good read, Elena and Clay are my favourite characters with their children not far behind (I love little Logan!) and I hope to see more of them and the growing pack in future books.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A. Christie on 28 Sep 2009
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After Living With The Dead, I was starting to get a little worried about the Women of the Otherworld series, but with Frostbitten KA is showing us she has not lost her edge at all. In a move back to her favoured 1st person narrative, and from the perspective of Otherworld favourite Elena, Frostbitten shows what KA does best.

The plot is action packed, with Armstrong manging to balance an butt kicking plot with many intriguing sub-plots. Whilst tracking a rogue Mutt to give him a warning Elena, ends up away from home. Jeremy asks Elena to check out some reported killings in Alaska, and sends Clay to help her. They uncover a group of European Mutts, who are intent in usurping the pack and a battle commences which puts Elena and Clay in terrible danger. We also see how Elena is dealing with Jeremy's decision to name her as Alpha ascending, and how Clay is coping after the incident in Broken that left his right arm near ruined. There are some interesting new characters, and some amazing new supernatural creatures.

The writing is fast paced and kept me hooked, and it was great to see Elena growing as a character, and her relationship with Clay growing too, there are some reminders of Elena's troubled past, and worries for both of their futures, and they need to work through them is Elena is to be alpha, and Clay to be her enforcer.

If there was one complaint, it would be that there wasn't enough Jeremy, but that makes sense given his decision to step down as alpha.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DDGwacott on 6 Nov 2009
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KA is a great storyteller. The women and men of the Otherworld Series are all well rounded and interesting. Throughout the series of books KA has managed to weave a very Armstrong unique fantasy world of werewolves, witches, wizards, demons, vampires, Cabals, the here and now and the 'sometimes' ever after!

In every book until now the reader has been treated to a really strong plot-line, a good solid lead pairing of characters and at least one, and sometimes several sub plots. A key characters in most of the books has been Elena Michaels. A strong lead female who started life as a normal human gal who just got bitten by a werewolf who was in love with her (you know how it is!) and by the time we get to this book, Frostbitten, she's had quite a few hair-raising adventures. Suddenly, well suddenly if like me you've been reading all of KA's Otherworld books, seemingly from out of absolutely nowhere Elena is now ready to assume the role - or is seriously being considered for it anyways - of Pack Alpha.

Now, if you've followed previous books where Elena is the narrator (Bitten, Stolen and Broken) you'll know that she's not exactly the self confident alpha type - except where Clayton Danvers, her mate is concerned... She's NEVER even intimated any desire to lead the pack. She's a physically fit and active gal. Smart and more often than not sassy. But has she ever shown any desire to lead? Nope.
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