Intertwined Hearts (Men of Snowcroft, #3)
Intertwined Hearts (Men of Snowcroft, #3)

Intertwined Hearts (Men of Snowcroft, #3)

by Christi Snow

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BN ID: 2940154942901
Publisher: Christi Snow
Publication date: 10/12/2017
Series: Men of Snowcroft , #3
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 546,825
File size: 628 KB

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Intertwined Hearts 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
V-Rundell More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars for this hurt-comfort M/M/F menage romance. Leigh Vaughn is a thirty-something woman acting as a surrogate for her brother Jamie and his husband, Trevor. It's the most she can do to help them build a family, and it's not like she's got any romantic prospects. Her last tryst was an anonymous hook up six month ago. And, it's not like her new roommate, Hudson Richmond, is going to put the moves on her. He's a gay man who'd been her brother's on/off hook up pal. They still keep in touch, though Jamie's now happily married. And, when Hudson needs a helping hand, well, Jamie's a man with a plan. Leigh is hopeless in the kitchen, and Hudson is a renown chef who needs time until he's able to work professionally again; they can help each other. Hudson suffers from crippling anxiety and depression in the wake of surviving an attack and gang rape in his Austin restaurant. He never wants to touch, or be touched by, another man again. Staying in Leigh's home in Snowcroft, New Mexico, is a time of healing, and a time to get his emotions in check. She needs someone to prepare her meals--because she's hopeless in the kitchen--and Jamie's hopeful they will provide the company each other needs. And, it works. Hudson's night terrors keep them both awake, until Leigh crawls into bed with him one night to comfort him and they sleep peacefully together. Her quiet and calming presence helps to halt his anxiety attacks, too. Hudson owns property in Snowcroft, but it's been rented to the new sheriff, David Warner, for an extended period. At least, David should be staying in the cabin, but the heat's out until the spring thaw, and with the tourists booking up all the rooms in town, David's lucky to land Leigh's empty guest room. And, as a confirmed bisexual, he's luckier to recognize that he's attracted to both Hudson and Leigh. The time they spend together only confirms to David that these are the people he's meant to spend his life with. Not that they expect to fall for one another. Hudson's particularly hard to convince, but David lays the foundation for the plan within weeks of meeting them. And, as Hudson's therapy help him to manage his anxiety, he recognizes that watching Leigh blossom in motherhood is surely more sexy than he'd ever imagined. His deep feelings for her warm into attraction, and David's patient and flexible attitude help Hudson find his way back to physical intimacy, with both Leigh and David. This was a love built on hurt-comfort. David couldn't find lovers who satisfied him, mainly because he needed a poly relationship. Leigh is uncomfortable in her femininity, thanks to her hypercritical mother, but David and Hudson's admiration is too much to cast aside as fleeting. Hudson's growing affection for two people who continue to care for him, despite his struggles, is unexpected but deeply enjoyed. Just when it deems like they've jumped all the hurdles and should be coasting into the finish line, well, life gets in the way. Leigh's medical difficulties aren't easy to overcome, but this triad is stronger than they expected, and an extended happy ending gives the reader solid assurance that Leigh, Hudson and David will have a happy life together. I really liked the slow development of all the relationships here. There were many obstacles to overcome, and it took time, effort and patience on the part of the characters to find peace and happiness. They have real-world problems, and fears.
TammyS32 More than 1 year ago
I was hooked on this read from beginning to end. Leigh, Hudson and David have been through so much and carry so much baggage it was good to see them moving forward into this M/M/F relationship. The story is fast-paced with loads of drama, the chemistry is off the charts hot and the story is excellent. I really loved it!