Frostbitten by Rebecca Zanetti

January 4th, 2024 Kimberly Review 12 Comments

4th Jan

I love the Deep Ops team and was excited to dive into Frostbitten, the sixth novel by Rebecca Zanetti. It did not disappoint from a murder-mystery & danger to a sizzling romance. The story has it all. Including the team and their animals. You’ll want to grab this one!

Frostbitten by Rebecca Zanetti
by Rebecca Zanetti
Series: Deep Ops #6
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Source: Publisher
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Enigmatic. With a wildly gifted mind, and an untamed head of hair to match, petite powerhouse Millicent Frost is brilliant when it comes to gadgets and electronics—less so with people. After an attempt to bust a bank scam goes awry, Millie is in hot water with Homeland Security and targeted by lethal enemies. In the midst of the trouble, she heads home to help out with the family hunting and fishing business. But when their rival competitor and Millie’s ex is murdered, she’s the number one suspect . . .

Irresistible. Former Marine turned lawyer Scott Terentson devotes himself to getting his clients out of tricky binds. A loner, the last thing he wants is to belong to any team, yet the Deep Ops group considers him one of their own—and he pays the price by getting shot at by their enemies. Now Millie is seeking his help—just as he’s dealing with a brutal fail regarding a recent trial. Both are a headache, yet he’s drawn to Millie in spite of himself. They’re opposites, but maybe the old adage is true . . .

Electric. Working together, Millie and Scott soon have more on their hands than they bargained for as the danger escalates—along with the sizzling heat between them. And when a disappearance is thrown into the mix, all bets are off . . .


Millicent Frost, an FBI’s gadget and electronics expert, gets caught up in Former Marine turned lawyer Scott Terentson high profile case. This causes them both trouble from the higher ups when Scott calls Millicent as a witness. The two have a sizzling chemistry, and when Millicent wakes up in bed with her dead ex, Scott steps in as her attorney. The tale that unfolds held me captive, made me grin, and delivered the perfect escape on a cold, dreary night.

The case was interesting, and at first Millicent isn’t eager to call in her buddies on the Deep Ops team who are all on assignment, but as the attempts on her life increase, and the prosecutors eyes her for the murder of her ex, she calls Brigid for some background research.

Roscoe played a big part in the story, as Angus was away and the dog was with Frost & Terentson. I love this high heel, alcohol loving pup. I was so glad to see Wolfe, his cat, the twins, and Brigid arrive. Suspense, twists, and heat made for an addictive read.

Zanetti has really created something with this motley crew of agents who have become a family with one heck of a track record. I hope we get many more books in this series.

Fans of fun, intense, sexy FBI romantic suspense series will want to grab Frostbitten and the Deep Ops series. While each book features one couple and can be read as a standalone, I highly recommend starting from the beginning. Don’t miss the novellas either!

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About Rebecca Zanetti

Rebecca Zanetti

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Rebecca Zanetti has worked as an art curator, Senate aide, lawyer, college professor, and a hearing examiner - only to culminate it all in stories about Alpha males and the women who claim them. She writes dark paranormals, romantic suspense, and sexy contemporary romances.

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