Contemporary Romance

Butterfly in Frost

February 10, 2020
Butterfly in Frost Sylvia Day

Butterfly in Frost by Sylvia Day

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Butterfly in Frost was an eagerly anticipated tie-in to Ms. Day’s Crossfire Series from several years ago (I read all of those and LOVED them). I had this book in my pre-order the minute it came out as I just love all of Sylvia’s stories – especially her historical romances.

I was completely enraptured by this story and the world built in this Seattle subdivision. The characters are well-written, and you feel for our heroine Teagan right off the bat. New to the neighborhood, Garrett is a hot artist and is immediately at the front door pushing into Teagan’s solitary world. Her fabulous neighbor Roxanne is a fun, outrageous and encouraging friend.

While the storyline of Teagan and Garret getting to know each other was sweet – the angst of their respective depression issues was a little heavy and you really don’t get the true gist until the crazy surprise twist at the end. And that ending is a doozy!! I would have loved to have more justice paid to that ending – it just seemed to tie up too quick. As always you want more – I would have even loved a cliffhanger knowing I would get more of the story later.

All of Ms. Day’s Crossfire peeps made cameos throughout the story (Eva, Cary, Tatiana – and a Gideon mention). Even though this is a standalone book – it was fun visiting that Crossfire world here and there which really enhanced the story. This was a quick read and I did enjoy the drama, romance and that ending – WOW! But I thought it was just a little too short.


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