A twenty-first century ice age dulls the magic that emanates from the earth. Shane Sullivan is a lone wolf above the freeze line; He has no desire to join the packs that range closer to the border, where feral instincts can turn a man into a monster. Not until the winter solstice, when he stumbles across a dying witch who needs his help to get back to her people, and her magic, in the south. Nadia is a powerful woman in her own world, but drained by her escape from captivity in a northern lab. She knows it’s foolhardy to trust a werewolf, but he’s her only chance to survive the vast white wilderness. The farther south they travel, the harder it is for Shane to keep the beast within under control, and as their mutual attraction intensifies, Nadia’s no longer sure she wants him to.
Freeze Line has been in my amazon kindle basket nearly since I bought my kindle back in May but I kept umming and ahhing about reading Freeze Line as I wasn’t sure it was going to be my sort of story. Happily, I can say I was dead wrong. Freeze Line was something new, different and fresh for me and I really loved it.
Nadia was a truly great character and I really enjoyed her. It was great to see her go from a weak person, having to rely on Shane to being a tough, stubborn, kick ass female who knew who she was. I really liked Shane too but at times I really want to yell ‘bad wolf’ at him and give him a good talking too. Not like he’d listen! But in the end it all worked out and I really enjoyed Nadia and Shane’s different but sweet story.
“She was weak, she’d been hurt and the wolf wanted to make someone pay”
“After all the pain, all the longing, their goodbye was anticlimactic.”
Overall, I really enjoyed this short story by Moira Rogers, I would definitely recommend it to paranormal fans.