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Publisher Description

Desperate to escape agonizing memories of Christmas past, twenty-nine-year-old widow Megan Snow builds a snow family outside the mountain cabin she once shared with her husband, realizing too late that she's recreated the very thing she'll never have.

Called to life by Megan's tears, snow god Owen Winters appears unconscious on her doorstep in the midst of a raging blizzard. As she nurses him to health, Owen finds unexpected solace in her company and unimagined pleasure in the warmth of her body, and vows to win her heart for a chance at humanity.

Megan is drawn to Owen's mismatched eyes, otherworldly masculinity, and enthusiasm for the littlest things. But this Christmas miracle comes with an expiration—before the snow melts and the temperature rises, Megan must let go of her widow's grief and learn to trust love again, or she'll lose Owen forever.

Each book in the Hearts of the Anemoi series is STANDALONE:
* North of Need
* West of Want
* South of Surrender
* East of Ecstasy

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2012
May 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
326
Pages
PUBLISHER
Entangled Publishing, LLC
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
2.8
MB

Customer Reviews

drjjan24 ,

Sweet Story

Loved it!!

Ronnie:) ,

Great story but a little south of perfect

I loved the story but I felt like the dialogue wasn’t quite on point. It seemed like the characters didn’t interact naturally in every scene. The sexual encounters were plentiful and every scene was described in detail. Depending on your taste, it might leave you drooling or it might be overwhelming. I personally didn’t see the need for so many, especially given that the main character was supposed to be grieving the death of her husband. I also noticed that the author used some foreshadowing to the end of the story but I felt like it was not executed very well. I knew exactly what was going to happen when I read it. (I won’t spoil it for those of you looking to read it) overall, I did enjoy it but I felt like they went from 0-60 in 2.5 seconds and there should have been more character building.

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