Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free]


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    Review ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jackson Pearce Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] There is something about Ms Pearce’s writing that calls to me like a siren from the sea Her words leap from the pages to wrap me in comfort Picking up one of her books feels like wrapping chilly hands around a steaming mug of cocoa The anticipation must be savored for a moment before diving into the bliss Cold Spell her most recent novel

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    Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] Unforgivably boring NONE of the characters were properly developed Everything was bland And boring The writing isn't horrible but it has a very boring uality to it This book bored me can you tell? 15 stars and rounding down because the cool book cover feels like false advertising Read this for a reading challenge re tellings It was my first one so I guess I can only go uphill from here right? ;

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    Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] Review ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jackson Pearce Jackson Pearce × 2 Free download Anyone here a Disney fan? Seen Frozen? Well I am and have which has evoked an intense interest in the Snow ueen fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson So when I saw Cold Spell I was like “Hella Yeah” Immediately when I got it the book had tw

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    Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] An Electronic Advanced Reader Copy was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss for reviewAll I knew about this one was that it would be the last book and it ended up being a retelling of The Snow ueen Granted I don't know much about that fairy

  5. says: Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] Review ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jackson Pearce

    Jackson Pearce × 2 Free download Review ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jackson Pearce Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] OMG The synopsis of this book already had me intrigued before I was even writing the reviews for the three other books Cold Spell was a fantasti

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    Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] This was a really lovely way of ending the series with little hints to the characters from the other books I wasn't sure how the Snow ueen was going to link with the whole wolf theme but in the end I thought it worked so well Altho

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    Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] Oh where to begin? I was so excited to read this book after the one two punch of Sweetly and Fathomless There are uite a few reasons why this book was a disappointment not least of which is that I've read online

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    Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] I am going to go out a limb here and say that the entire world heard the giant sigh of relief that I let out upon finished Jackson Pe

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    Free read Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] Review ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jackson Pearce 45 starsThere is something very magical when ever I read one of Jackson Pearce’s fairytale retelling I've alway

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    Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 [E–pub Free] Jackson Pearce × 2 Free download Free read Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 Thanks to 𝓞𝓦𝓛𝓼 𝓡𝓮𝓪𝓭𝓪𝓽𝓱𝓸𝓷 𝓓𝓲𝓿𝓲𝓷𝓪𝓽𝓲𝓸𝓷 course for kicking my butt into gear and getting me into my OLDER TBR pileCold Spell was such a sweet great retelling I enjoyed

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Jackson Pearce × 2 Free download Review ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jackson Pearce Read & download ¾ Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 Ì PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Kai and Ginny grew up together–best friends since they could toddle around their building’s rooftop rose garden Now they’re seventeen and their relationship has developed into something sweeter complete with stolen kisse. Unforgivably boring NONE of the characters were properly developed Everything was bland And boring The writing isn t horrible but it has a very boring uality to it This book bored me can you tell 15 stars and rounding down because the cool book cover feels like false advertising Read this for a reading challenge re tellings It was my first one so I guess I can only go uphill from here right

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Jackson Pearce × 2 Free download Review ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jackson Pearce Read & download ¾ Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 Ì PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free To a world she never imagined one filled with monsters and thieves and the idea that love is not enoughIf Ginny and Kai survive the journey will she still be the girl he loved–and over will she still be the girl who loved hi. Oh where to begin I was so excited to read this book after the one two punch of Sweetly and Fathomless There are uite a few reasons why this book was a disappointment not least of which is that I ve read online numerous people saying that Jackson Pearce has said this would be the final book I couldn t find a source not even on her official site so I ll live in hope that she won t give up on it now Which undeniably affected my feelings on the book and my review since as a wrap up of a strong series Frankly it blew If you re going to have a common plot thread running through a series you have to eventually resolve it you can t pretend that they re four stand alone books So really We re just leaving the Fenris to wander around and continue to prey on girls to eat and to capture and make into ocean girls I was hoping for some sort of great final entry where all the Reynolds siblings would get together and fight To give some resolution to the over arcing storyline And speaking of the Reynolds it was something that bothered me in Fathomless as well that they apparently don t share information especially not with their little sister who they ve creepily just dropped into boarding school without so much as warning them about the Fenris And if anyone had spoken to them Lucas would have known about the ocean girls during this book and they wouldn t have bumbled around in the dark That said I did really like Lucas and Ella they were by far my favorite of the characters aside from Ginny herself Ginny was sweet She wasn t outstanding especially within this series but she wasn t offensive either even if her first person narration often sounded bland and generic But her journey as a person was easy to relate to and for me enjoyable to watch her becoming a fully confident and independent person outside of her relationship Kai I could take or leave but that has a lot to do with the fact that he only gets so much character development before Mora starts controlling him and he behaves well like a dick Ah Mora Not only did she suddenly spout powers it was in no way hinted at that the ocean girls ever had the power to control water Ummmm Certainly they listened to the ocean and knew how and when to move with it but that s a long way from going to land and saying okay I can make it snow now because rain is just water and I have power over all of the water No Though hooray for following up on the story about the ocean girl who regained her soul by successfully stealing one from a boy who loved her with a kiss but that was all thrown in there so uickly among the other revelations about Mora it seemed weird rushed And then there were the tinkers aka the Irish Travelers I had no idea they were so present in the american South Wiki assures me this is so as itinerant workers NOT as this book suggests as thieves It made me cringe how much Pearce just wrote them to fit the mold as the stereotypical gipsy with the caravan and campfires and forced marriages and royalty When this became the prominent plot thread in the book I lost interest Oh God Why There was not one character I liked Flannery was a little brat whose rolling of her eyes and threatening violence seemed childish not in the least strong When she actually left with Ginny it felt like a punch to the soul that I was stuck with her now Oh and how about the scene where the young men all fight over who gets to host Ginny Isn t that a bunch of fun reading about boys fist fighting over the privilege to rape our heroine Because that s what it is let s be honest Cooking and cleaning my ass and that s another strange thing Flannery cusses up a storm but sex seems to be a taboo subject to even touch Mora She makes the boys sleep with her as far as we see literally sleep but come on For me her physical comfort was implied makes them love her and yet Kai is not allowed to deal with the implications of that afterward he s still spouting that he loved her and then worrying that Ginny ll be insecure about it Well what do you feel about it boy There s some heavy Stockholm going on there and maybe that was the point but if it was she dropped the ball in dealing with it in its complexity and the actual horror of it Oh whyAlso how does Ginny not get frostbite at all Running around in the freakishly cold snow in flimsy clothing for extended periods of time She sort of gets hypothermia at the end and then not really even after falling into the water and not immediately getting help All right On a whole however the book was probably the best paced of all four of them The story wasn t rushed it felt complete There weren t five different climaxes the pacing was right and there was an emotional payoff for every character involved She used a LOT from the fairy tale Which was fun to spot like the red shoes but it also seemed distracting than being a bit fast and loose A middle of the road read with some problematic themes and material made a bit worse by the fact that it s possibly the end to an otherwise strong series

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Jackson Pearce × 2 Free download Review ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jackson Pearce Read & download ¾ Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4 Ì PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free S and plans to someday run away togetherBut one night Kai disappears with a mysterious stranger named Mora–a beautiful girl with a dark past and a heart of ice Refusing to be cast aside Ginny goes after them and is thrust in. This was a really lovely way of ending the series with little hints to the characters from the other books I wasn t sure how the Snow ueen was going to link with the whole wolf theme but in the end I thought it worked so well Although the books can be read not in seuence or as stand alones this was still an excellent retelling of a tale I don t know much about

  • Hardcover
  • 323
  • Cold Spell Fairytale Retellings #4
  • Jackson Pearce
  • English
  • 22 April 2020
  • 9780316243599