Her debut novel, Would-Be Witch is the first in her Southern Witch series, which is set in the fictional town of Duvall, Texas. The books center on the life of Tammy Jo Trask, a young witch who has trouble controlling her powers. Frost is also the author of the Etherlin series, which features darker, more suspenseful storylines.
Awards and reception
- 2010 P.E.A.R.L. Award for Best New Paranormal Author
- Barnes & Noble featured Must-Read Romance, All That Bleeds
- Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence finalist, All That Falls
- New York Times Bestseller List, Tied With a Bow anthology (included Etherlin novella First Light)
Southern Witch series
- Would-Be Witch (February 2009)
- Barely Bewitched (September 2009)
- Halfway Hexed (February 2011)
- Magical Misfire (aka Southern Witch book 3.5, Penguin e-special novella—April 2014)
- Slightly Spellbound (May 2014)
- Casually Cursed (February 2015)
- First Light (prelude novella to the Etherlin series, from the holiday anthology, Tied With A Bow—November 2011)
- All That Bleeds (January 2012)
- All That Falls (June 2012)
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