A Frozen Heart is a 306-page novel for mature audiences that is based on the 2013 animated film, Frozen. The book explores the minds of Anna and Hans and their inner emotions as the events of the film unfold. It is written by Elizabeth Rudnick.
Love is an open door, or so Anna believed when she first met a handsome prince named Hans. A Frozen Heart tells the story of a lonely young woman named Anna who has been shut away from the world for most of her life. Her parents are dead, and her sister - the only person who might show her an ounce of love - is cold and distant to her. No wonder she jumps at the chance for love and companionship with a dashing, sweet stranger. But as Hans' veneer of kindness melts away, Anna finds the love she was searching for all along from her sister Elsa. Told in alternating chapters from both Anna's and Hans' perspectives, A Frozen Heart delves into the couple's failed romance, exploring their backstories, motivations, and ultimate separation.
- Elizabeth Rudnick, who has not only written several junior novelizations, also explored the inner thoughts of Aurora and Maleficent in her Maleficent adaptations.