This was a fun start to what seems like a promising series.
I really liked Lenna and I adored her devotion to Elijah. The way Lenna dealt with Caine was really fun to witness - the perfect blend of strength and grace.
There were many ways in which the authors could have taken this with the stereotypical notions of a strong woman, but they didn't, and that was great.
What I didn't enjoy as much was how the Tower was the villain in the situation. Personally, I have a great fondness for those who dare to shatter the order so that something new may be wrought and I thought having the Tower be the irredeemable villain was taking the easy way out. I hope that Veton is able to get himself together, find a better way of channeling his urges, and maybe get his happily ever after at some point.
I really liked "Frost Line" and I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. And would love to see more of Elijah!
Lenna is Strength, a manifestation of the Tarot card, and powerful beyond reckoning. But when she’s pulled into the human realm and tasked with protecting a young boy, everything is thrown into chaos. Lenna’s not supposed to be here, interacting with mortals. She’s definitely not supposed to be drawn to the sexy mercenary sent to retrieve her by any means necessary . . .As a Hunter for magical beings, Caine’s duty is simple: return this compelling, impossibly attractive woman and secure the long lost Tarot deck that made travel between worlds possible. Instead he’s drawn into Lenna’s dangerous rescue mission and blindsided by his growing feelings. But there is more than one enemy to contend with. And as the clock runs out, failure means not just the loss of an innocent life and the woman Caine has come to love, but the destruction of Lenna’s entire world.