Amber Frost

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Grace Lynn Stevenson is an eighteen year old girl who recently moved with her wealthy, but busy parents to a new city. She’s popular, pretty and rich – what more could a girl want? But deep down, she’s sad, lonely and plagued by nightmares. When she meets Sebastian Caldwood at her new private school, she’s inexplicably drawn to him and his strange tattoos. Sebastian always gets what he wants – he simply has to wish it; but he’s fighting his own inner demons, and struggling to remember a past that eludes him. When he remembers that he is much older than he looks, he realizes that he’s seen many people live and die, including Grace.

Once Sebastian realizes his true nature and finds what he has been searching for the past hundreds of years, he also realizes that it is now up to him to protect Grace from the dangers that have plagued them throughout eternity.


Suzi Davis is a British-born Canadian writer and artist and has been writing stories and poetry for as long as she can remember. Interested in the paranormal, there is always an added element of magical fantasy to whatever tale she spins. Suzi lives on British Columbia’s Vancouver Island with her husband and young sons.

“I was captured by Amber Frost from the very beginning . . . (and found it easy to relate to both Grace and Sebastian). The characters were well-developed and believable, the settings clearly described, and I enjoyed every word. I can hardly wait for the next books in this series.”—Bitten By Books

“This is a wonderfully written book with truly unforgettable characters; a young adult novel that will keep much older audiences captivated as well. Once the book is opened, you will find it difficult to put down.”—Book Divas

“Will leave such an ache in your chest for true love that you will never be able to forget this story. This has got to be one of the best stories for young adults that I have read in a very longtime and rivals the pens of Lauren Kate, author of Fallen, and Alyson Noel, author of The Immortals series.”—Kyra Dawson, The Scribe’s Desk