Friday, April 13, 2012

Review: Frostbite by Moira Rogers

Frostbite (Last Call #5) by Moira Rogers
Synopsis (Goodreads):
Kelsey Almeida has lived every one of her lifetimes in relative silence. Her voice is a lure, one that can overcome the strongest of wills. Magic has enabled the Siren to live a normal life...except when it comes to sex. When she's aroused, no charm can obscure the call of her voice.

Frostbite: Looking for a partner immune to supernatural seduction.

Nothing pierces the icy cool of Cain's armor. A reaper can't afford to be swayed by human emotions, even if he still has human needs. Kelsey's voice heats his blood, but it's the pleasure of unraveling her secrets that threatens to melt his self-control--and his heart.
My Thoughts: For those that haven't dipped their toes into the waters of Moira Rogers' writing, this series is a fun, sexy one to start with. Each story is self-contained with some minor character crossover and they are Sex-ay with a capital S.

One thing I love about this series is that you get a wide variety of supernatural critters popping up. We've seen demons, witches, and werewolves in previous books and now sirens and reapers. It keeps things interesting and I love the backdrop of a bar where magic keeps them safe and allows them to let go. Did I mention the hot sex? Yeah, they have that, too.

Although this isn't terribly long, it's a fun, imaginative addition to the series. And for those of you wondering, I'm firmly in the camp that once their time at Last Call ends, they're going to trot off and eke out a happily ever after. One with lots of sexin'.

Books in this series
1. Kamakazi
2. Hurricane
3. Tequila Sunrise
3.5. Tequila Sunset
4. Virgin Daquiri
5. Frostbite - Kindle

Author Links
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Reading challenges: Ebook Challenge

Frostbite was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.


  1. Stop enticing me with more series to read! I can't take it!

    1. If it helps, all these books are short and sassy. You could pound them out (heh) in next to no time.