Zane Michaelson takes the folklore of the season to a whole new level. He writes a tale of life, love, salvation, and preservation. In true Michaelson style, he infuses sweet twists of fate, which mark this work with his most notable talent as an author. He centers the Ice Queen around the central theme of people do not always know makes others tick, but they do know what it takes to survive and navigate best for themselves. This tale does not come free of struggle, with a glimpse of heartache, a sprinkle of what-ifs, and a handful of surviving change over time, but it does come packed full of a sweet rejuvenation, a shine of fate, and a delicious spoonful of love. Grab your hot cocoa and snuggle in for this timeless holiday read.
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On Christmas Eve, a small rowing boat washes up on Liberty Island in New York City.
The small vessel houses the frozen body of a silver-haired woman adorned with a jewel-encrusted crown resting on her head.
Kylie Winter, a beautiful and ambitious reporter, is first on the scene, and like the rest of the world, she is immediately drawn into the mystery.
Dubbed the Ice Queen by media outlets worldwide, a race begins to identify who the angelic frozen castaway is and where she came from?
Kylie happens upon a man tormented with grief who claims a connection with the frozen beauty.
Driven by her instincts and curiosity for the fantastical story presented to her by this stranger, Kylie embarks on a magical adventure which opens her eyes to the beauty most lose as children; the ability to believe in magic.
…Sometimes, you just have to believe in the unbelievable.