Miss Frost Chills The Cheater (Jayne Frost, #6)
Welcome to Nocturne Falls, the town that celebrates Halloween 365 days a year. Jayne Frost is a lot of things. Winter elf, Jack Frost's daughter, Santa Claus's niece, heir to the Winter Throne and now...private investigator. Sort of. Jayne takes Sinclair on a much needed visit to her winter wonderland home, the North Pole. She wants him to see what her royal life is truly like. She knows the protocol and regulations that define her existence as heir to the Winter Throne aren’t for everyone and worries that it will be more than he wants to handle. All seems well until a weird coincidence in a toy contest has some of the citizens of the North Pole giving Sinclair the side-eye. He’s a necromancer, and not everyone is okay with that. Jayne vows to prove his presence and the apparent cheating are unrelated, but digging deeper uncovers all kinds of strange occurrences that only complicate things and make another perfectly clear. Someone doesn’t want Sinclair around. When that someone cracks and takes action, Sinclair is in danger of losing more than his good name. Can Jayne chill the rumors that threaten the royal family and keep Sinclair from being permanently iced?

Miss Frost Chills The Cheater (Jayne Frost, #6) Details

TitleMiss Frost Chills The Cheater (Jayne Frost, #6)
Author
ReleaseNov 5th, 2018
PublisherSugar Skull Books
Rating
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Mystery, Cozy Mystery

Miss Frost Chills The Cheater (Jayne Frost, #6) Review

  • Madison Warner Fairbanks
    January 1, 1970
    Miss Frost Chills the Cheater by Kristen Painter6th book in the Jayne Frost paranormal mystery series, a spin off from the Nocturne Falls series. You should read the prior Jayne Frost books before this one. Jayne and Sinclair travel to the North Pole where Jayne is the Winter Princess so that Sinclair can more deeply understand what palace life entails. A mystery develops with a toy makers contest and soon Jayne and Sinclair are following the clues to solve the puzzle. A compelling cozy mystery Miss Frost Chills the Cheater by Kristen Painter6th book in the Jayne Frost paranormal mystery series, a spin off from the Nocturne Falls series. You should read the prior Jayne Frost books before this one. Jayne and Sinclair travel to the North Pole where Jayne is the Winter Princess so that Sinclair can more deeply understand what palace life entails. A mystery develops with a toy makers contest and soon Jayne and Sinclair are following the clues to solve the puzzle. A compelling cozy mystery with a bit of danger. The talking cats are a blast. A town of elves with naturally blue colored hair and crazy ice powers. And a huge Christmas tree building where there are floors of elves for making toys, decorating and wrapping, a cafeteria and slides between floors. The full book takes place at the North Pole, so we don’t get the usual cast from Nocturne Falls. And it seems to wrap up the connection to that town which a bit sad. But it’s joyful overall because it’s the North Pole with Santa, Jack Frost, elves and the dreaded naughty list!Overall an entertaining cozy mystery series with a slight innocent bent toward romance in the last two books.
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  • Lisa
    January 1, 1970
    Well, I know I sound like a broken record, but this is my favorite book in the series now. In fact, it’s my all time favorite of Kristen’s. Get ready to have your socks knocked off, and make sure you’re sitting down. Because there is going to be some really big things going down. Oh gosh, I’m dying to talk about it. I’m jumping up and down. But I guess I shouldn’t spoil it so I’ll just tell a little bit about the story. Jayne and Sinclair take a trip to the North Pole so he can see where she gre Well, I know I sound like a broken record, but this is my favorite book in the series now. In fact, it’s my all time favorite of Kristen’s. Get ready to have your socks knocked off, and make sure you’re sitting down. Because there is going to be some really big things going down. Oh gosh, I’m dying to talk about it. I’m jumping up and down. But I guess I shouldn’t spoil it so I’ll just tell a little bit about the story. Jayne and Sinclair take a trip to the North Pole so he can see where she grew up and how life works in a palace where she will some day be ruling. Her decision of marrying Sin depends on how he takes it all. But everyone in the community isn’t a fan of the handsome necromancer. Some because of the fear of the unknown about him and his relation to death After all, we tend to fear what we don’t understand. They are just in time for the yearly Tinker Tourney. A competition for the best toy idea of the year. This is entered by the tinkers at Santa’s workshop. But it seems someone is cheating. How will they ever prove who had the original idea? Or is it just black magic that Sin is using to mess with the show? Jayne is tasked with investigating and clearing his name. We see a lot of her parents and Santa in this one. I loved the world and want to move there. It’s so magical. Even more so than the cartoons growing up at Christmas!
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  • Melanie
    January 1, 1970
    Well if this isn't the perfect book to put you in the mood for Christmas I don't know what is! A follow up novel to the Jayne Frost stories that normally take place in Nocturne Falls, in this one we actually get to spend a whole book in the North Pole! YES THE NORTH POLE, or as those in the know call it the NP, where everything Christmas is in production all year round. I absolutely adored this change of pace and getting to see more of the Royal side of Jayne and her family that we have had snip Well if this isn't the perfect book to put you in the mood for Christmas I don't know what is! A follow up novel to the Jayne Frost stories that normally take place in Nocturne Falls, in this one we actually get to spend a whole book in the North Pole! YES THE NORTH POLE, or as those in the know call it the NP, where everything Christmas is in production all year round. I absolutely adored this change of pace and getting to see more of the Royal side of Jayne and her family that we have had snippets about since book 1. A great mystery as usual provided an unexpected twist (well played on that one Kristen), with a real shocker of a bad guy! (Note I really want to put a joke here but it would TOTALLY ruin the plot so I won't - but if anyone figures it out feel free to let me know!This reads like it could be the end for the main Jayne Frost stories, although the end is definitely open enough for adventures to continue, if this be it, then I am left a very happy camper!An easy 5 stars from me as I sit here by my Christmas Tree which is already up - even though it is the first week of December - Seriously if it wasn't so cold there this book might convince me I need to move to the NP - I mean if Nocturne Falls isn't an option lol.V""V.
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  • Kristine (A Cozy Booknook)
    January 1, 1970
    This is such a magical book. The author quickly drew me into the story with an intriguing mystery and adored characters. I don’t want to give anything away other than to say there is a lot that happens in this story. I enjoyed following along trying to figure out “whodunit.” I look forward to reading more in this series.
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  • Myriam
    January 1, 1970
    This is by far the most romantic story in the series. I am not sure how I feel about that but I guess it was a normal progression and it was bound to happen. It took me a while to get through all the old-fashioned girly and princessy stuff to get to the really good mystery part. But I guess if you're into that, this book should be a real treat.The best part of this book is that it almost completely plays out in the North Pole, in the Kingdom! With all the factories, palaces, toys, and sweets! Th This is by far the most romantic story in the series. I am not sure how I feel about that but I guess it was a normal progression and it was bound to happen. It took me a while to get through all the old-fashioned girly and princessy stuff to get to the really good mystery part. But I guess if you're into that, this book should be a real treat.The best part of this book is that it almost completely plays out in the North Pole, in the Kingdom! With all the factories, palaces, toys, and sweets! That was really amazing. The author made a proper magical place, even more magical than Nocturne Falls. I have to admit that I would not mind one bit reading the rest of the series with Jayne investigating stuff in the North Pole.Another really good thing in this book is that author addresses the issues of discrimination in various ways and from various vantage points, and concludes with a really beautiful message of love and acceptance. The Nocturne Falls is a great series and the reading order is: The Vampire's Mail Order Bride (Nocturne Falls #1), The Werewolf Meets His Match (Nocturne Falls #2), The Gargoyle Gets His Girl (Nocturne Falls, #3), The Professor Woos The Witch (Nocturne Falls, #4), and The Witch’s Halloween Hero (Nocturne Falls #4.5) in Spell of the Ball Anthology, The Werewolf's Christmas Wish (Nocturne Falls #4.6) in Hex the Halls Anthology, The Vampire’s Fake Fiancée (Nocturne Falls #5), A Vampire's Valentine Surprise (Nocturne Falls #5.5), Miss Frost Solves A Cold Case: A Nocturne Falls Mystery (Jayne Frost #1), The Shifter Romances The Writer (Nocturne Falls #6), Miss Frost Ices The Imp: A Nocturne Falls Mystery (Jayne Frost #2), The Vampire’s True Love Trials (Nocturne Falls #6.5) in Taming the Vampire collection, Miss Frost Saves The Sandman: A Nocturne Falls Mystery (Jayne Frost #3), The Dragon Finds Forever (Nocturne Falls #7), The Vampire's Accidental Wife (Nocturne Falls #8), Miss Frost Cracks A Caper: A Nocturne Falls Mystery (Jayne Frost #4), Miss Frost Braves The Blizzard: A Nocturne Falls Mystery (Jayne Frost #5), The Reaper Rescues The Genie (Nocturne Falls #9), The Detective Wins The Witch (Nocturne Falls Book 10), Miss Frost Chills The Cheater (Jayne Frost, #6), and ever growing series of Nocturne Universe Novels, which surpassed 40 by now. Great world to get yourself immersed in.
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  • Lisa
    January 1, 1970
    Well, I know I sound like a broken record, but this is my favorite book in the series now. In fact, it’s my all time favorite of Kristen’s. Get ready to have your socks knocked off, and make sure you’re sitting down. Because there is going to be some really big things going down. Oh gosh, I’m dying to talk about it. I’m jumping up and down. But I guess I shouldn’t spoil it so I’ll just tell a little bit about the story. Jayne and Sinclair take a trip to the North Pole so he can see where she gre Well, I know I sound like a broken record, but this is my favorite book in the series now. In fact, it’s my all time favorite of Kristen’s. Get ready to have your socks knocked off, and make sure you’re sitting down. Because there is going to be some really big things going down. Oh gosh, I’m dying to talk about it. I’m jumping up and down. But I guess I shouldn’t spoil it so I’ll just tell a little bit about the story. Jayne and Sinclair take a trip to the North Pole so he can see where she grew up and how life works in a palace where she will some day be ruling. Her decision of marrying Sin depends on how he takes it all. But everyone in the community isn’t a fan of the handsome necromancer. Some because of the fear of the unknown about him and his relation to death After all, we tend to fear what we don’t understand. They are just in time for the yearly Tinker Tourney. A competition for the best toy idea of the year. This is entered by the tinkers at Santa’s workshop. But it seems someone is cheating. How will they ever prove who had the original idea? Or is it just black magic that Sin is using to mess with the show? Jayne is tasked with investigating and clearing his name. We see a lot of her parents and Santa in this one. I loved the world and want to move there. It’s so magical. Even more so than the cartoons growing up at Christmas!
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  • Hsu Lee
    January 1, 1970
    I voluntarily offered to review this book with no obligations and my opinions are honest!I love the Jayne Frost series!Jayne and Sinclair are spending their vacation at the North Pole.Jayne wants Sinclair to have a taste of what a life of a princesses is all about.Hopefully, it will not scare him off.But, there is a little snag.Sinclair is accused unjustly, and now, Jayne + Sinclair have to prove his innocence.This is not how they planed on spending their vacation.It has all the ingredients that I voluntarily offered to review this book with no obligations and my opinions are honest!I love the Jayne Frost series!Jayne and Sinclair are spending their vacation at the North Pole.Jayne wants Sinclair to have a taste of what a life of a princesses is all about.Hopefully, it will not scare him off.But, there is a little snag.Sinclair is accused unjustly, and now, Jayne + Sinclair have to prove his innocence.This is not how they planed on spending their vacation.It has all the ingredients that you need for a great book!I can't wait for the next book in this series.
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  • Ann Brookens
    January 1, 1970
    A wonderful finale for the Jayne Frost series!The Jayne Frost books are all great fun and this one is no different. Nearly engaged Jayne and Sinclair go to the North Pole to give Sin the chance to see what his life would be like as the Queen's consort. There are an amazing number of complications for Jayne to investigate! Of the things I enjoyed most about this book were the author's descriptions of life in Santa's North Pole. Just LOVELY details that made me long to visit! I thoroughly enjoyed A wonderful finale for the Jayne Frost series!The Jayne Frost books are all great fun and this one is no different. Nearly engaged Jayne and Sinclair go to the North Pole to give Sin the chance to see what his life would be like as the Queen's consort. There are an amazing number of complications for Jayne to investigate! Of the things I enjoyed most about this book were the author's descriptions of life in Santa's North Pole. Just LOVELY details that made me long to visit! I thoroughly enjoyed this (probably) final chapter in Jayne's adventures.
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  • Kristin
    January 1, 1970
    I love this series. I'm hoping it doesn't end. I love Nocturnal Falls too though. Not sure how I feel about the ending of this book.
  • Laura
    January 1, 1970
    This is a great book; this is the sixth book in the Jayne Frost series written by Kristen Painter. Jayne Frost is a winter elf and also a princess. Her dad is Jack Frost and her uncle is Santa Claus. She is excited to be visiting the North Pole with Sinclair. Before she can accept Sin’s proposal she must first make sure that he can handle being her husband since she is the heir to the Winter Throne and will someday rule the North Pole. Things don’t go according to plan when they arrive, there ar This is a great book; this is the sixth book in the Jayne Frost series written by Kristen Painter. Jayne Frost is a winter elf and also a princess. Her dad is Jack Frost and her uncle is Santa Claus. She is excited to be visiting the North Pole with Sinclair. Before she can accept Sin’s proposal she must first make sure that he can handle being her husband since she is the heir to the Winter Throne and will someday rule the North Pole. Things don’t go according to plan when they arrive, there are many citizens that don’t like Sin because he is a necromancer. So when there is an issue during the toy contest some of the citizens start blaming Sin since he is an outsider. Now it is up to Jayne and Sin to do an investigation to find out what really happened and to prove that Sin is innocent. This is a great book with a fun story and well developed characters. Once I started reading this book I didn’t want to put the book down until the end. If you love a paranormal books then you need to read this book and the other books in this series. I can’t wait to read then next book by this author. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader’s copy of this book. The free book held no determination on my personal review.
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  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    Fantastic!Jayne and Sinclair are off to the North Pole for a glimpse of the royal life. Jayne really wants to marry Sinclair but wants to give him the understanding of what royal life would be like for him first. During an annual competition things get strange and the two are caught up in the mysterious duplicate tinker toys and are faced with some very unexpected prejudice towards Sinclair. Now Jayne has a big mystery to solve so she can finally say yes. A delightful addition to the Jayne Frost Fantastic!Jayne and Sinclair are off to the North Pole for a glimpse of the royal life. Jayne really wants to marry Sinclair but wants to give him the understanding of what royal life would be like for him first. During an annual competition things get strange and the two are caught up in the mysterious duplicate tinker toys and are faced with some very unexpected prejudice towards Sinclair. Now Jayne has a big mystery to solve so she can finally say yes. A delightful addition to the Jayne Frost series. A fun mystery that keeps you guessing!
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  • Miranda Beazley
    January 1, 1970
    Jayne and Sinclair are heading to the North Pole. It’s time for him to meet the family and leave what being married to a royal is all about. What could possibly go wrong, right?This latest instalment in the Jayne Frost series has got to be my favourite. There’s mystery, there’s adventure and there’s action. Jayne and Sinclair are amazing together and honestly meant for each other. Poor Jayne though is the solver of mysteries in the North Pole, not just Nocturne Falls. And this one is a doozy.
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  • Suzan
    January 1, 1970
    I really enjoyed this book and I loved getting to visit the North pole and see Jayne's homeplace. Her and Sin are such a perfect match . He was so well received by most everyone. I also have to say I adored the secondary characters of Ezreal & Santa's PA Maime! It made me feel like it was the last Jayne Frost book, given the decisions made at the end but I'm not quite ready to say goodbye to Jayne Frost so I really hope it isn't the last book!
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  • Dana Whyte
    January 1, 1970
    This is the 6th book in the Jayne Frost series, we actually leave Nocturne Falls and head to the North Pole! Jayne wants to take Sinclair to the NP to see if he can get use to living with the Royals. I loved the new setting Kristen Painter really knows how to build a world that I really want to visit and her characters are always so delightful to spend time with. This has been my favorite Jayne book to date, I hope there are many more! Of course Spider is always awesome!!
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  • Niki
    January 1, 1970
    FantasticWhat a fantastic story! SPOILERS!!!!!I absolutely loved this story! I had no idea who the culprit was until the author spelled it out fir us, and I was completely shocked! And Sin and Jayne are moving to NP! Awesome! I’m seriously hoping we get more stories about this wonderful, magical place!
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  • Melissa Taylor
    January 1, 1970
    Jayne and Spider, Sin and SugarI don't know if this is the last one or not but oh my goodness. It was so good! I loved it so much. Spider has to be my absolute favourite character in Nocturne Falls! He's just so fun! Sin is so perfect for Jayne also. They're perfect together!! All in all of you can't tell by my ramblings I loved the book. You definitely need to read this one!
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  • Lisa Guertin
    January 1, 1970
    The best Jayne Frost book yet!This is my absolute favorite of all the Jayne Frost books. Watching Jayne and Sinclair work together to solve the mystery, meeting so many North Pole residents, the awesome ending; there are just so many wonderful facets to this book.
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  • Allison Galloway
    January 1, 1970
    WonderfulI hope this isn’t the end of the series, but even if it is its perfect. You can’t help but love the North Pole as well as Sin and Jayne. The author’s descriptions of the NP were also amazing. Such a good read.
  • Amy
    January 1, 1970
    Though it loses one star because I think the idea of framing a necromancer for rigging/cheating at a toy competition seems a little unbelievable, the world building and characters in this were amazing, and I did enjoy it overall.
  • Kim
    January 1, 1970
    Love this seriesTotally in love with this series it's so fun, funny and a quick read. I love the interaction s with the characters as well. I think bower that spider is my absolute favorite!
  • Angie Hackett
    January 1, 1970
    Fantastic read The plot was solid and interesting, it moved at a steady pace. I love Jayne and Sin, the cats are adorable too.Seeing the royal family and how everything worked at the NP was wonderful and interesting. This was all in all a really enjoyable read.
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  • Cheryl
    January 1, 1970
    Excellent fun and intriguing mysteryLove the conclusion of Jayne and Sinclair's story. I think you need to add a North pole series. Fun read
  • stephanie huntington
    January 1, 1970
    These stories just keep getting better and better. I hope there are more to come.
  • Layla
    January 1, 1970
    The end?Is this the end of the series? If so, it’s a pretty good one. And they lived happily ever after....
  • Betsy
    January 1, 1970
    Another fun journey with Jayne Frost. This one was extra fun being set in the North Pole. Always enjoy any of Kristine's Nocturn Falls character stories. Fun and quick candy for the brain.
  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    A fabulous conclusion!
  • Becky
    January 1, 1970
    As always another great book in the Jayne Frost series. Sad to see that this might just be the end of Jayne Frost and her adventures in Nocturne Falls
  • Donna
    January 1, 1970
    I absolutely loved this book. I'm hopeful that the series continues.
  • Veronica Alzate
    January 1, 1970
    I'm hooked in the whole series, also read the nocturne series.
  • Janette VanZanen
    January 1, 1970
    Love!I love all these books! They are written candy for a mind that needs sweets almost as much as a winter elf!
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