First Line Friday: The Snow Queen by K.M. Shea

First Line Friday With K.M. Shea’s Book The Snow Queen

About the Snow Queen

Genre: Clean Fantasy Fiction, Romance Fantasy Fiction


Rakel is a princess who should have been queen.

Instead, as a despised magic user she has spent most of her life exiled on a barren mountain, alone in her ice-castle. But her empty life is shattered when an army of magic users invades her home country, bringing cruelty and darkness in their wake.

Rakel refuses to watch as the people who’ve scorned her are attacked, imprisoned, and even killed by the invading army. Swallowing her fear, she joins forces with her jailers and uses her magic in a way she never anticipated: on the battlefield.

But one of the invading colonels is different.

When enemy Colonel Farrin Graydim meets Rakel he is immediately intrigued by her. Her harsh rejection of an offer to join their cause only deepens his interest. He admires her unflinching strength, but his bloody past makes him utterly unworthy to stand beside the purity of her ice and snow.

Can Rakel defeat the invasion and free not only her people, but Farrin as well? For if her magic cannot defend her homeland, all is lost.

THE SNOW QUEEN series is an Epic Fantasy Romance filled with magic, unexpected friendships, and fights for survival. If you love strong female leads, captivating magic, and humorous stories, you’ll love The Snow Queen series. Buy the complete series today in this special collection!

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First Line:

It had been two weeks since Rakel last saw another human (and a full month since she had spoken with anyone), so she thought it forgivable that when she encountered Oskar, her “attendant,” in the great hall of her ice-castle, she was both surprised and irritated.

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  1. I am currently reading The Bachelor and the Bride by Sarah M. Eden. It’s really good.
    “In recent years, in the area of London near Belsize Park, a young physician by the name of Sefton Palmer established himself as a reliable man of medicine and an individual of inquisitive disposition.”
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  2. My first line this week comes from Critical Alliance by Elizabeth Goddard:
    Her world was spinning out of control. Correction. Not her world but her body.

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