Frozen Crimes


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When disasters strike around every corner, is it possible to have a happily-ever-after?

311 Pages
Genre: Romantic-Suspense
Heat Rating: Hot (Steamy scenes but NOT erotica)

Beth and Donovan are expecting their first child. Life couldn’t get any better…until a stalker makes his presence known. This person sends disturbing messages and unsettling items, but it isn’t long before his menacing goes too far.

Hoping for a peaceful Christmas, Donovan takes Beth to Michigan. Days into their trip, a winter storm named Nemesis moves in with the goal of burying the state. Snowdrifts surround their house, and the temperature drops below freezing.

Except, the storm isn’t the only nemesis they must face. Everyone’s lives are at stake—especially that of their unborn child. Will they survive, or will they become a frozen crime?

Content Warning: on page sex, strong language, stalker, hostage, violence, guns/gunshots, pregnancy/child birth

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“Feel Invincible” by Skillet – Theme song for Frozen Crimes.

“Somebody’s Watching Me” (Epic Trailer Version) by J2, Lola – Stalker at the window, stalker in the car.

“Applause” by Lady Gaga – Donovan performing in his monster truck.

“Home” by Daughtry – When Donovan comes home after traveling for monster truck shows.

“Anchor” by Skillet – Beth and Donovan intimate when he returns home.

“Broken Arrows” by Daughtry – Donovan feeling helpless.

“Traitor” by Daughtry – The stalker messing with Donovan’s head.

“Battleships” by Daughtry – During and after the blow-out between Beth and Donovan after the stalker sends explicit photographs to taunt Donovan.

“Every Breath You Take” (Re: Imagined) by Denmark + Winter – The stalker’s theme song.

“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” by The Carpenters – Slow dance with Beth and Donovan during their holiday party.

“All I Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey – Another song Beth and Donovan dance to at their holiday party.

“I’ll Be Home For Christmas” by Michael Bublé – Slow dance with Beth and Donovan during their holiday party.

“Where Are You Christmas” by Faith Hill – Played during their holiday party.

“Wonderwall” (Acoustic Stripped Version) by J2, Miranda Dianne – Beth’s point-of-view during the times when Donovan is trying to get back inside the house to her, post-blizzard.

“Aint No Mountain High Enough” (Epic Trailer Version) by J2, Coleen McMahon Donovan’s point-of view while he is trying to get back inside the house to Beth, post-blizzard.

*The rest of the songs I listened while writing the holiday party and blizzard scenes.


“While this installment isn’t my favorite of the series, it might be in second place. I want to say so much but am afraid I’ll go on a rant and spoil it for others. I will say that while Beth has always been a strong-lead female character, she has evolved throughout this series to show the kind of strength female characters rarely get to exhibit in these kinds of stories, and she’s not the only woman kicking butt and taking names.” Toi Thomas, Lit Carnival Reviewer

“Chrys Fey’s FROZEN CRIMES is a nail-biting, high energy, emotional tale that will send chills through one’s bones[…]Loved the feisty ladies, Beth’s strength, and Donovan’s determination! For those who have no idea what it is like to be snowed in…wonder no more! Another fabulous romantic suspense tale from Chrys Fey!” – Tome Tender

“I have read each and every one of Chrys Fey’s Disaster Crimes novels and I have to say that this was an AWESOME conclusion to an amazing series. Beth and Donovan are extremely likeable characters and the chemistry between them will melt your heart… although that’s the only thing melting in FROZEN CRIMES.[…]The entire series gets 5 stars (or wine glasses) from me!” – The Novel Lady

“Chrys Fey’s writing flows smoothly, leading me deeper into the story, anticipating something bad coming, just not sure what it is going to be. She does add the good with the bad. She creates suspense and adds some heat to spice things up.” Sherry Fundin, reviewer at


Not Inadequate / A Post About Self-Defense and Abuse

Frozen Crimes Blog Hop – Whom Would You Want to be Stuck with During a Blizzard?

15 Blizzard Safety Tips

Rouladen Recipe + Excerpt

Real-Life Memory in Frozen Crimes – Flashing Car Lights

Hypothermia and Paresthesia

Christmas Songs in FROZEN CRIMES

Frozen Memories in FROZEN CRIMES

Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland

Writing About Labor

Writing About Pregnancy and Intimacy

Burnout and Natural Disasters

Rodney the Racoon

Things I Researched While Writing Frozen Crimes:

Maternity jeans

Maternity underwear and bras

Best intimate positions for pregnant women

Labor (stages)

Contractions (stages)

Snow blowers

The Weather Channel/blizzard forecasts

Hypothermia and Paresthesia

Rodney the Reindeer, which inspired Rodney the Racoon


In Seismic Crimes and Frozen Crimes, Beth and Donovan had a Thanksgiving dinner. Do they still celebrate Thanksgiving?

After their Thanksgiving dinner in Frozen Crimes, they learned more about Thanksgiving, such as it’s true history and how it hurts Indigenous Peoples to see celebrations on this day (i.e. it’s their day of mourning). That was the last time they had a big feast on this day. Now, they acknowledge Truthsgiving, donate to Indigenous-run organizations, support Florida tribes (like the Seminoles), and get takeout.