Trevor MacMillian is the tart and incredibly sexy executive chef who's made pastry chef Elaine Masterson's life a living hell. But when she catches him in nothing but a tiny little towel, it's almost enough to make her forget they're stranded in a luxurious mountain cabin together...or that she hates him almost as much as she craves him like a sinfully forbidden dessert.
Being alone in a romantic secluded cabin might just kill Trevor outright. If Elaine hates him now, how much will she hate him if she finds out he's been fantastizing about her full, kissable lips? So Trevor argues with her. Makes her angry—until an intense and unexpected kiss turns their hostility into insatiable hunger. And with this much heat, the snowstorm outside doesn't stand a chance...
This blizzard is blazing hot...
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A quick lighthearted read
4.0 Star review of Snowbound Seductions by Melissa Schroeder
Melissa Schroeder is an author I admire having read several of her previous releases.
The attraction Trevor MacMillan and Elaine Masterson have for each other, hovers between love and hate. What neither of them counts on is that their business partner Mick has had enough of their constant bickering and fights.
With this is mind Mick tricks each of them into a getaway to a cabin in Canada and of course both arrive without the knowledge that the other will also be there.
Cue the snowstorm that turns into a blizzard, leaving them stuck in the cabin. What happens when 2 people who are obviously attracted to each other are snowbound without a way out for several days? You will have to read to find out.
Although short, it was certainly packed with angst and growing sexual tension. The premise of the book certainly caught my eye, since I have 2 chefs in my family.
I did feel that once Trevor and Elaine connected, their relationship did a massive jump forward, (mainly due to the length of the book) and I think I would have enjoyed an epilogue, perhaps a couple of years down the track to see how they were doing, but having said that, this was a quick and light hearted read and I enjoyed it.
I received this book from the publisher through Netgalley.