P.R. Frost is a pseudonym for Irene Radford. She hikes the Columbia River Gorge for inspiration, reads omnivorously, and enjoys attending science fiction conventions. Her Tess Noncoiré series is complete, and includes Hounding the Moon, Moon in the Mirror, Faery Moon, and Forest Moon Rising.
Tess Noncoiré is a successful fantasy writer. But she has another career as well, trained by the Sisterhood of the Celestial Blade Warriors to fight demonic incursions into our world.
In Faery Moon, Tess visits Las Vegas with her mother for a writers’ conference and a relaxing vacation. However, when she attends a flashy performance on the infamous Strip, Tess discovers that the winged” dancers are actually faeries, held captive by the casino. Tess and her sidekick imp, Scrap, must try to save the faeries and help return them to their own dimension.
In Forest Moon Rising, Tess is forced to make a deadly deal with supernatural beings, trading her own future dreams for the safety of those she love. She must also hunt down a dangerous demonic intruder from another dimension a task she can’t face alone. Tess turns to several unexpected allies, including two men she swore she’d have nothing more to do with
“Sit down, belt in, and hang on for a wild ride. Frost is an innovative and welcome new voice in urban fantasy.” - Patricia Briggs, NYT bestselling author of Blood Bound (for series)
"Featuring a courageous, witty, and downright endearing female protagonist reminiscent of Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake and Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse, this is a fast-paced supernatural-powered thriller." - B&N Review (for series)
“Frost’s complex and quirky heroine reveals conflicts in [Tess’s] personal life and also in her relationship to the Citadel she has left behind. The author uses Las Vegas and its desert surroundings to good advantage, creating an atmosphere of affluence and decadence amid the stark beauty of ancient places. For urban fantasy fans.” - Library Journal (for Faery Moon)
“Plenty of sword swinging and romantic angst.” - Publishers Weekly (for Faery Moon)
“The Tess Noncoiré series has it all; a great urban fantasy world structure, humor, heartbreak, and Frost's skillful writing style to keep readers coming back.” - Fresh Fiction (fo Forest Moon Rising)
“Fast pacing and startling twists keep the story fun – with a touching (and startling) conclusion.” - Locus (for Forest Moon Rising)