Brewer

Brewer This novella takes place during Bluewing in The Frost Chronicles series Adam Brewer has a past and he doesn t like to speak about it Few know his journey from refugee to Thorns agent Even fewer kn

  • Title: Brewer
  • Author: Kate Avery Ellison
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This novella takes place during Bluewing, 4 in The Frost Chronicles series Adam Brewer has a past, and he doesn t like to speak about it Few know his journey from refugee to Thorns agent Even fewer know the extent of his feelings for a certain fierce young woman Stuck in a prison cell, he must stay saned hold on to hope that he ll see her again Author s Note T This novella takes place during Bluewing, 4 in The Frost Chronicles series Adam Brewer has a past, and he doesn t like to speak about it Few know his journey from refugee to Thorns agent Even fewer know the extent of his feelings for a certain fierce young woman Stuck in a prison cell, he must stay saned hold on to hope that he ll see her again Author s Note This novella reveals a bit of Adam s complicated past and contains spoilers through book 4 Bluewing of The Frost Chronicles I suggest reading it after you ve read at least Frost, Thorns, Weavers, and Bluewing If you have read the entire series, including Aeralis, you can still enjoy this story just fine.

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  • Kate Avery Ellison

    I ve been making up stories since I was five years old, and now I m thrilled to be able to do it as a full time job I have an obsession with dark fantasy, dystopian futures, and Pride and Prejudice style love stories full of witty banter and sizzling, unspoken feelings When I m not writing, I m creating digital art, reading funny blogs, or watching my favorite shows which include TVD and BSG I live with my geeky husband and our two bad cats in Atlanta, GA.Click here to read the first chapter of THE CURSE GIRL Click here to read the first chapter of FROST Attention Book Bloggers If you are interested in interviewing me or reviewing one of my books, send me a message I d love to hear from you Please note I am currently not able to fulfill most requests for print copies at this time, but you can always ask However, I am ALWAYS able and happy to provide e copies or PDFs of my books in exchange for an honest review If you re wondering why I categorize books as breathless, cake, or amnesia, check out this blog post

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  • Didn't love the novellas quite as much as the books, but still read them all because I couldn't not know what happened.


  • YAY! ADAM'S POV!!This one starts off when Adam was a prisoner in Bluewing and Lia comes to save him. He mostly has memory while he's in his cell and that's how the book starts.First we have him when he's 10 years old and his story about his past and how he came to the frost, then we have him at 16 when he first meets LiaLIA WEAVER DOESN’T remember the first time we met, but I do.Then we have him at 19 when he's a Thorns operative which takes place in the first book where Lia is helping Gabe to [...]


  • This tells the story of Adam Brewer.The first part talked about Adam's origins and his family and was extremely well done and compelling. We learned where he came from, his time in Aeralis, what had happened to his father, how they became involved with the Thorns, how they met the Weavers, and more. I enjoyed it immensely. And it probably should have ended thereOnce they were in the village there was a little bit of new material about his feelings for Lia and how he was bullied and treated as an [...]


  • I love Adam and I was disappointed with how litle screen time he had in Weavers and Bluewing. So, naturally, I was really happy.I tend not to enjoy the short stories authors write as addendums to their books, especially from different points of view, because, while they can be fun, they usually don't add anything that substantial, and usually I respect how much they've chosen to reveal and not reveal in the actual book. But in this case, my love for Adam as a character made it really fun to read [...]


  • A short story that shows us Adam's life, before he and his family moved to The Frost.I haven't made any secret that he's one of my favorite characters in the series in fact, he may be my favorite one at the time! Well, he and Korr!I like Lia, but honestly I'm sick and tired of her hesitation regarding the resolution of love triangle mess!As it was, it was interesting to read what made Adam so keen on justice, and why he does what he does in the Thorns.It was also interesting to see Lia through A [...]


  • Oh Adam. You are my favorite of the men in this series. I'm so glad we got to learn more about you. I would have loved to have had even more of his story fleshed out into a full fledged novel of the Frost series completely from his point of view. I'm glad Ms. Ellison did this novella though. So many times I'm always wondering what happened to the other characters in the story, even if they happen to be major characters. In good story writing (which I think Ms. Ellison qualifies for. :) ) I fall [...]


  • I love Adam's character and after reading this book I love him even more! This story is told from Adam's point of view and gives us great insight into his inner most thoughts and feelings. I loved seeing him struggle with trying to hide his feelings from Lia as she already had feelings for Gabe. The book also reveals how he came to be a Thorns operative and how it affected his family. It is truly a wonderful short story for fans of the Frost.


  • I really liked learning more about Adam's past, but while hearing his perspective on events from other books was interesting, it was also repetitive. I think I would have liked this better had it focused more on his past and the mysterious missions he was conducting, particularly the one that took him away from the Frost at such a crucial moment. Maybe there will be more about it in book five.



  • Big waste of time. We learn a tiny bit about Adams past then we get to revisit events from books 1-4 but from Adams perspective. Very repetitive


  • I always really liked Adam. He was the character I was rooting for. This was a great little look back into his past and what made him the way he is.


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