The King’s Courage (North Pole City Tales #6) by Charlie Cochet

release day review

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With the wedding of Jack Frost and Rudy Rein Dear only three weeks away, everyone travels to Jack’s palace in Svalbard, Norway, where the happy couple will exchange vows beneath the northern lights. Festivities have been planned leading up to the wedding, and Dasher eagerly anticipates not just the fun, but staying under the same roof as the blustering winter spirit who’s caught his eye—the King of Frost, Jack’s father.

A long-ago tragedy has left Eirik fearing to ever love again. As the King of Frost, Eirik maintains his distance from everyone, especially the young Christmas elf who insists on intruding on Eirik’s solitude. But Dasher is determined to find a way to show the lonely king that his heart still beats and he shouldn’t fear allowing it to beat for another.


I have such a soft spot for this series! I absolutely adore the holiday themed curses and the totally unique take on all the old holiday figures and of course Charlie Cochet is the master at giving us romantic stories with humor, excitement and heat!

While you don’t have to read this series in order to fully understand each book, they do absolutely build on one another so those of us who have read them all are re-visiting old friends and finding out how they’re doing in the future, as well as having a bit more background on some of the secondary characters.

I think Eirik (I have no idea how that’s pronounced!) is adorably grumpy and while I get frustrated at his pining for millennia, he doesn’t spend much on page time pining. YAY! I think Dasher was a bit naïve and amazingly brave to approach mr. grumpypants, he was also sweet and the perfect match!

This particular book in the series was a bit more steamy than the others and it was awesome! 😉

I can’t recommend this series (and this book) enough!

5 of 5 stars


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One thought on “The King’s Courage (North Pole City Tales #6) by Charlie Cochet”

  1. Thanks for the review! I love this series and am excited that today is release day – need to go download my pre-order. Sad that this is the last book, though.

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