Kristia has lived her life in the same town since she was little with her Mormor (grandma) who is now dead. It's time for a change. She travels to Europe to study abroad. There she falls in love and meets a Norse god.
The Insta-love was strong in this one. Even if everything else was fine. I couldn't get passed that. Oh, and it reads like a Twilight novel:
Kristia: Why is this guy glaring at me? Why Does he hate me?
--after much glaring--
Ull: Hi, my name is Edwar--i Mean Ull. Can we be friends *avoids questions about why he was avoiding her the last week or so*
Kristia: He's beautiful and moves unbelievably fast. Say it. Say it outloud!!
Ull: I'm the Norse God of Winter
In Case you need a reminder of why we dislike this, try to remember that stupid scene that was burned into our minds forever:
WHY WOULD THIS AUTHOR EVEN GO THERE??? WHY WOULD SHE REPEAT THIS SCENE!?!?!
Jingle bells, jingle bells, instalove all the wayyyyyy.
So why did I keep reading it, you may ask. Mostly because Norse mythology is hella interesting and I'm actually mildly interested to see what happens at Ragnarok.
Recommended for mythology buffs who can get through the torture of horrible, horrible, even worse than Twilight type of Insta-love.