Miss Frost Braves The Blizzard (Jayne Frost, #5) by Kristen Painter

Miss Frost Braves The Blizzard (Jayne Frost, #5)

Welcome to Nocturne Falls, the town that celebrates Halloween 365 days a year. Jayne Frost is a lot of things. Winter elf, Jack Frost's daughter, Santa Claus's niece, heir to the Winter Throne and now...private investigator. Sort of. Christmas is over, the new year has begun, and life is thankfully slowing down for Jayne, giving her more time to chill with her new guy. That is, until Myra Grimshaw’s death reveals the elderly fae had a strange o...


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TitleMiss Frost Braves The Blizzard (Jayne Frost, #5)
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Release DateJan 17th, 2018
PublisherSugar Skull Books
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Vampires, Mystery, Witches, Shapeshifters, Magic, Ghosts
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Reviews Miss Frost Braves The Blizzard (Jayne Frost, #5)

  • Kristine (A Cozy Booknook)
    1970-01-01
    The books in this series are a treat I enjoy savoring. The author quickly drew me in and kept me reading until the last page was turned. The story has plenty of plenty of twists that kept me guessing. I enjoy these characters and watching them grow and evolve. I look forward to reading more.I received a copy of this book from the author, my review has been voluntarily submitted.
  • Madison Warner Fairbanks
    1970-01-01
    Miss Frost Braves The Blizzard by Kristen PainterBook 5 of this paranormal cozy mystery series in the town of Nocturne Falls. While this is the best of the series to-date, I would recommend reading at least a couple of the prior books to get the full benefit of this wonderful plot line.Outright fun and entertaining. A portal is accidentally opened between Nocturne Falls and the North Pole and some of the things entering? Not so nice. It’s up to...
  • Myriam
    1970-01-01
    This was a different Jayne story, namely, it was the most romantic one thus far. While previous stories were mysteries with a dash of romance, this story was a romance with a dash of mystery, and in that sense it resembled more the Nocturne Falls series than Jayne Frost. this is not necessarily negative, however, I expected some explosive action after the previous book.In this book we get to meet a more domesticated and well settled version of Ja...
  • Melanie
    1970-01-01
    So here we are again. Yes another Kristen Painter book and another easy 5 star review. I just love this world, be it the regular Nocturne Falls series, or this Jayne Frost series, I just always want MORE! Being book 5 in the series, unlike the Nocturne Falls books where each is tidily wrapped up, there is definitely an ongoing series here where previous reading of the series is seriously recommended. Trust me though when I say that won't be a cho...
  • Jillian Merritt
    1970-01-01
    This story picks up pretty much where book four left off. This is a mystery story (though this seemed more a romance with a little mystery on the side), and it is book 5 in the series, you should read the other books (and the short story) before reading this one.After the twists and turns of the last book I figured this would be slower… I was right. It seems the action was slower to build with most of it happening more towards the of the story....
  • Hsu Lee
    1970-01-01
    ARC - I voluntarily offered to review this book with no obligations and my opinions are honest!As soon as I got the book, I just started reading.Once I started reading, I could not put it down. So good!Jayne Frost series are the best. ( Sames as the Nocturne Falls Series )When Jayne is called to Myra Grinshaw's house, she does not know what to think.Why would the sheriff call her ?Once she gets to the basement + sees the secret cabinet, it is cle...
  • Laura
    1970-01-01
    This is a great book; this book is the fifth book in the Jayne Frost series written by Kristen Painter. Jayne Frost lives in Nocturne Falls, the town celebrates Halloween 365 days a year. Jayne is a winter elf, Jack Frost’s daughter and Santa Claus’s niece. Christmas is over, the new year has begun, and life is thankfully slowing down for Jayne, giving her more time to chill with her new guy. That is, until Myra Grimshaw’s death reveals the...
  • Niken Widyastuti
    1970-01-01
    I have no idea how she did it. I thought the last Miss Frost book was the best in the series. Yet here it is, better than before. I am so in love with this book.This book had it all. Jayne’s character was developing a lot. She’s still this nice girl you can’t help but love, yet she showed more of her royal side; mature, (more) selfless and responsible. She also grew up a lot in romantic relationship with her new, and best, beau. Sin was jus...
  • Lisa Bateman
    1970-01-01
    I was so excited to dive into this. Every book in this series has me saying it’s my favorite and there’s no way Kristen can ever out do it. But when the next one comes out, I’m never disappointed. I’m dying to just tell all. I can hardly stand not to. You guys are going to be so happy! There were so many gasp worthy moments. This one kept me guessing until the very end. We see some surprises, I was up doing a happy dance at 2 am when I re...
  • Miranda Beazley
    1970-01-01
    When an accident starts Nocturne Falls into another north pole Jayne and Sin have to team up to find and fix the problem.I dont want to say too much to give away this story, its just too great to spoil. Jayne is just such an amazing woman. And Sin, phew, I honestly think after this book and Miss Frost Cracks a Caper I’ve converted to #teamsin. I mean hes just her perfect match. They’re a pair together I cant help but love. The way they work t...