Saturday, 10 January 2015

Chains of Frost (The Bellum Sisters #1) by T.A.Grey


From Goodreads

Three Fates. Three Sisters.

When a will from her dead father decrees Chloe into the protection of the renowned vampire commander, Tyrian en Kulev, she does what any woman would do—and casts a spell. Things get worse for Chloe when the spell she and her sisters perform summons an ancient demon from deep within the earth. Now she's being hunted by a demon set on killing her and must live at the aptly named Castle Death with the king of cold, Tyrian. Surprisingly, Chloe finds that she doesn’t mind her new Protector so much. His cold, impassionate nature needs a firm push to show his true colors, and Chloe thinks she’s just the one to do it.

Tyrian en Kulev always pays his debts. When Francis Bellum dies and orders Tyrian to act as his eldest daughter’s Protector, Tyrian resigns himself to the position. What should have been a simple deal--keep her in the castle, protect her--has turned difficult. Chloe comes to him with a demon trying to kill her and a sexy attitude that keeps invading his thoughts everywhere he goes. The little succubus easily grabs hold of the heart he’d kept locked away for so long and makes him feel once again. But can they defeat the demon that haunts her and can Tyrian overcome his past and move on to a new future with Chloe?

Chains of Frost is a full-length novel.
My thoughts
6/10 from me.  

I'm not sure how I came by a copy of this to be honest.  This is the first in a series of 4 books, the first 3 telling the stories of the sisters Chloe, Willow and Lily, the last one tells the story of Alrik a Demon King.

This was a reasonably well written story about Chloe and the person her father chose to be her protector Tyrian a vampire. Whilst I enjoyed the will she, won't she do as her father wished scenario, it could have been a little shorter.

Tyrian isn't Chloe's ideal partner but as she gets to know him more, her opinion of him changes. Can he be the person to protect her from the Demon that she unwittingly summoned?

With a mix of romance and some erotic passages it keeps you engaged. Will I read the next in the series? Maybe at some point in the future but I feel that if I don't it won't be the end of the world as I think that these can all be read as standalones the way they have been written.

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