The North Wind
Lush. Dark. Romantic. Introducing a newly reimagined tale written in the vein of Beauty and the Beast and Hades and Persephone.Long before civilization, there were the gods. And before the gods, there was the earth, the celestial bodies, and air given flesh. They are the Anemoi-the Four Winds-and they have been banished to the four corners of the world.Wren of Edgewood is no stranger to suffering. Her parents are gone. Survival is all she knows. For three hundred years, the land known as the Gray has been encased in ice, surrounded by a great barrier called the Shade, which protects the townsfolk from the Deadlands beyond.But day by day, the Shade weakens.Only one thing can stop the Shade's fall: a mortal woman taken captive across the barrier, bound in wedlock to the dark god who reigns over the Deadlands. He is the North Wind, the Frost King, an immortal whose heart is said to be as frigid as the land he rules.And the time has come for the Frost King to choose his bride.The North Wind is a standalone, enemies-to-lovers fantasy romance, the first in a series sprinkled with Greek lore. Perfect for fans of Jennifer L. Armentrout, Laura Thalassa, and Scarlett St. Clair.
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"It seems really interesting!"
"It was good but I felt like the whole storybuilding made it confusing at times and the progression of the romance was like 1 to 100 in a span of paragraphs lol like he kicked her out in the cold to die one time… I mean I can take an mean alpha but to an extent like you’re gonna kill her stupid "
"Definitely one of my favorite books I’ve ever read! Slow burn, more hades/Persephone in the beginning and beauty and the beast towards the end. A lot more of the physical romance does happen towards the end, but there is so much tension built up through out the book it lands so well. Wren and Boreas are characters I’ve come to know and see, Alexandria did an amazing job of crafting these amazing characters. 10/10 highly recommend, will be reading again ❤️"
"100 % worth the read. Enjoyed every second of this book."