With „Artic Heat“ we finally get the last installment of Anabeth Albert’s „Frozen Hearts“ trilogy. On the one hand I was really looking forward to this last book, especially after the small glimpse we got of ranger Quill in the second book (Artic Wild). But on the other hand I was also a bit sad that this really great series is over now.
Once again the author takes the reader to the unforgiving and sometimes dangerous, but nevertheless fascinating and beautiful Alskan wilderness. Owen and Quill are very different characters, but I found both very loveable and really cheered for them throughout the whole story.
I really enjoyed the dynamic and the chemistry between the two main characters and I also liked that they didn’t take the typical roles in the bedroom one might expect.
The story is once again a great mixture of quiet and sweet moments, some action and drama, a good dose of angst, scorching chemistry and interwoven in between the great and sometimes breathtaking descriptions of Alaska.
It’s always sad to say goodbye, but I’m also very curious where the author will take us readers next and I’m really looking forward to this next adventure 🙂