When Cassie was a little girl, her grandmother told her a fairy tale about her mother, who made a deal with the Polar Bear King and was swept away to the ends of the earth. Now that Cassie is older, she knows the story was a nice way of saying her mother had died. Cassie lives with her father at an Arctic research station, is determined to become a scientist, and has no time for make-believe. Then, on her eighteenth birthday, Cassie comes face-to-face with a polar bear who speaks to her. He tells her that her mother is alive, imprisoned at the ends of the earth. And he can bring her back — if Cassie will agree to be his bride. That is the beginning of Cassie’s own real-life fairy tale, one that sends her on an unbelievable journey across the brutal Arctic, through the Canadian boreal forest, and on the back of the North Wind to the land east of the sun and west of the moon. Before it is over, the world she knows will be swept away, and everything she holds dear will be taken from her — until she discovers the true meaning of love and family in the magical realm of Ice.
I loved the cover I loved the plot i loved the characters. this just transported me into another world. I praise the author for such work. This book is so complex I’m not even sure how to explain it to you guys, just know that you have to buy the book to understand what I’m saying. You know how sometimes when you end a book and it leaves you in suspense? Gosh, yeah i know i hate that too. this book didn’t, it had an awesome ending, not a perfect forever undeviating love twilight crap thing. But.. you know.. to make this easier for both of us i recommended you just buy the book.