Hoarfrost is Now Available


It’s here, it’s here! I’m so excited to share this one with you all!

Sorcerer Percival Endicott Whyborne and his husband Griffin Flaherty have enjoyed an unprecedented stretch of peace and quiet. Unfortunately, the calm is shattered by the arrival of a package from Griffin’s brother Jack, who has uncovered a strange artifact while digging for gold in Alaska. The discovery of a previously unknown civilization could revive the career of their friend Dr. Christine Putnam—or it might kill them all, if the hints of dark sorcery surrounding the find are true.

With Christine and her fiancé Iskander, Whyborne and Griffin must journey to the farthest reaches of the arctic to stop an ancient evil from claiming the life of Griffin’s brother. But in the rough mining camp of Hoarfrost, secrets fly as thickly as the snow, and Whyborne isn’t the only sorcerer drawn by the rumors of magic. And amidst a wilderness of ice and stone, Griffin must either face his greatest fear—or lose everyone he loves.

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Posted April 21, 2015 by jordan in Hoarfrost, Whyborne & Griffin / 8 Comments

8 responses to “Hoarfrost is Now Available

  1. Michelle

    OH MY GOD! I’m on chapter 25 and brilliant as always. I did hope (and rather expect) that Iskander and Christine would marry.
    Interesting parallels between Hoarfrost and Stormhaven. Was it intensional or did it just kind of happen that way?
    Also, how did you research for this one? I’m with Whyborne on the conditions personally even if I do love the cold.

    • jordan

      Thank you! 😀

      Both? I had some of these things in mind to use at some point, and this is where they landed. 🙂

      I read a lot of books on the gold rush. Gold Diggers by Charlotte Gray in particular had a lot of excerpts from first-hand accounts. Plus there are a lot of photographs out there, both taken for personal reasons and as part of the photojournalism of the day.

  2. Christy

    I cried, I laughed, I sighed dreamily–just what every book should inspire in you. I adored the book and its characters to pieces, but I must say Griffin shined brightest for me. I liked how he was more connected to magic and otherworldly creatures. And I’m so glad he faced his fear once and for all and came to terms with the daemons.

    I could go on and on gushing about every little thing. You did a fantastic job, as usual. Oh, and I look forward to the wedding. I suspect Christine will be the one in men’s clothing. Lol. She’s a darling.

  3. Nia

    Such a brilliant story! Again. 😀
    And to share Griffin’s pov for half of the book with us- such a treat. Thank you for those wonderful characters of yours!

    Can’t wait for more; the wedding, what’s going to happen with this Caval, how is Griffin dealing with his new sight? So many questions. Oh, and don’t forget Whyborne’s family (both sides) or his rival Bradley and those strange librarians and what about the oldest Flaherty. I’m sure there will be more fun at the Ladysmith’s. Aw, so many balls in the air to play with. 😀