Pick of the Week…

I am actually at a bit of a loss for a pick of the week this week. There was a time when a Kresley Cole book was an automatic PoTW, but I am actually choosing Dead of Winter because there really isn’t much else that appeals. Not quite a glowing recommendation, but there you have it.

dead of winterSynopsis…

Can Evie convince her rival loves to work together? Their survival depends on it in this third book of #1 New York Times bestselling author Kresley Cole’s Arcana Chronicles, a nonstop action tale of rescue, redemption, and a revenge most wicked.

Heartbreaking decisions

Evie was almost seduced by the life of comfort that Death offered her—until Jack was threatened by two of the most horrific Arcana, The Lovers. She will do anything to save him, even escape Death’s uncanny prison, full of beautiful objects, material comforts…and stolen glances from a former love.

Uncertain victory

Despite leaving a part of her heart behind with Death, Evie sets out into a frozen and perilous post-apocalyptic wasteland to meet up with her allies and launch an attack on The Lovers and the vast army they command. Such formidable enemies require a battle plan, and the only way to kill them once and for all may mean Evie, Jack, and Death allying. Evie doesn’t know what will prove more impossible: surviving slavers, plague, Bagmen and other Arcana—or convincing Jack and Death to work together.

Two heroes returned

There’s a thin line between love and hate, and Evie just doesn’t know where she stands with either Jack or Death. Will this unlikely trio be able to defeat The Lovers without killing one another first?

Purchase at Amazon.com

So, what is your pick for this week? Anything you have been looking forward to?


2 thoughts on “Pick of the Week…

  1. Shannon C. says:

    Kaleigha, have you read Cole’s young adult books? I haven’t tried them, since it isn’t usually my thing. Just wondering if they are good enough that maybe I should?

    • kaleigha says:

      Hey Shannon…I have read them, and I didn’t mind them. They weren’t among my favorite young adult, but they were an interesting idea and a bit of a different storyline, which was nice. I will definitely be picking this one up, but I might not jump right on reading it, if that makes any sense.

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