Johnson regrets not following her dream to become a comic
book artist. When she’s not working as a manger at Gotham
City Comics, she’s wasting her time indulging in RPGs (Role
Playing Games). Her troubles start when she’s drawn into a
different game engineered by Loki, Norse God of Mischief.
The next thing she knows, Reese is back in time on a
mission, courtesy of Loki, that involves a Viking Warlord,
life has been nothing but hardship. He’s struggled to make
a place for himself in the world, and has learned the
meaning of betrayal from people close to him. His instincts
tell him that Reese is special, and from the first moment,
there’s no turning back for him.
two major points I’d like to make about this story. First,
I really like time-travel stories. For a while this was a
genre I couldn’t get enough of, and it seems I still have a
weakness for this kind of story, provided the heroine is as
interesting as the protagonist of Outlander, or
close. Reese was assertive, resilient, and interesting
enough to keep me reading. Eirik is a mountain of Viking
eye candy with enough substance that he doesn’t dissolve
when it rains.
Last, I’m a
sucker for mythology and historical detail. Frozen
in Time worked the best of both ends. Plus, the
plot twist featuring Loki isn’t a bad touch. There’s
tragedy, romance, and graphic sex. By the time you get to
the cute HEA, you won’t remember that I said, “I told you
so,” because you’ll be too busy grinning.