Snow Angels

Snow Angels

by Sabrina York

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Snow Angels by Sabrina York

The last thing Wade Masters wants on his month-long getaway to his sister�s wilderness cabin is company. A wounded warrior, Wade is looking for complete isolation to deal with the tragedy of his life and his screaming guilt.

But company he gets, in the form of Lyssa Salk, a spunky, diminutive massage therapist, who says she can talk to dead people.

Trapped together in the snowbound cabin with his dog and her cat, Wade and Lyssa have little else to do but help each other heal, spiritually, physically, and sexually.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150130012
Publisher: Decadent Publishing Company, LLC
Publication date: 11/28/2014
Series: Calendar Men , #12
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 306,933
File size: 235 KB

About the Author

Her Royal Hotness, Sabrina York, writes naked erotic fiction for fans who like it hot, hard and balls-to-the-wall, and erotic romance and fantasy for readers who prefer a slow burn to passion.

An award winning author of hot, humorous stories for smart and sexy readers, her titles range from sweet & sexy erotic romance to BDSM to erotic horror. Connect with her on twitter @sabrina_york, on Facebook or on Pinterest. Check out Sabrina�s books and read an excerpt on Amazon or wherever e-books are sold. Visit her webpage at to check out her books, excerpts and contests. Don�t forget to enter to win the royal tiara!

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Snow Angels 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Got_Romance_Reviews More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars Wade is coming off a long recuperation period, and after agreeing to be Mr. December for his friends' Wounded Vets calendar campaign, Wade just needs a little privacy. Especially from the stalkery-ish women who have been showing up in the most unexpected of places (like naked in his bed) all for a piece of him. So escaping to his sister Val's remote country cabin with his war wounded dog, seems like a good idea. Until she shows up with...that. Lyssa is escaping her past, and her best friend Val has generously shared the use of her "empty" remote country cabin until Lyssa can get back on her feet again. Except when she arrives at the cabin with her furry cat in tow, she's horrified to see that the cabin isn't as empty as she had hoped. Wade wasn't expecting anyone, but when Lyssa walked in, his body parts that had been "dead' for a year, suddenly spring back to life. However, he thinks that she is just another stalker after him because he was a Calendar man, so he's less than chivalrous. When Lyssa explains that her car is stuck in a snow ditch, and that she walked a mile to the house, Wade relents and lets her stay the night. When the truth comes out that Val has set them up, Wade is less wary of Lyssa, but he can't shake the ghost of his dead girlfriend, and the fact that Lyssa talks to herself, still makes Wade keep his distance.  Wade is still in extreme pain from almost being blown in two, and when Lyssa offers to massage away the pain, he asks her if she is a Physical Therapist. Her non-committal answer, and her magic hands has him believing he was right. Until Lyssa finally confesses that she is a Healer, and that she is a medium, of sorts.  This is where the book got a little too Sixth Sense for me. I am not a fan of characters who can "heal" the sick with their magic touch, or speak to the dead. But, I overlooked it because of the chemistry that Wade and Lyssa had. Both had baggage that they were dealing with (more than just the clothes they brought with them) and together they are able to deal with it, not to mention consume mass amounts of bacon together.  I enjoyed this book, and I loved that it took the pair a while before they jumped in the sack together. The author did a great job of shedding background light on the characters, as well as having them try and be friends before they became lovers.  I'm a huge fan of Sabrina York, and I've read other works of hers where the character jump each other before getting to know each other, and I liked that she changed it up a bit in this story.
ELF-thereadingaddict More than 1 year ago
4.5 stars A deliciously spicy contemporary romance novella with a paranormal twist. "Snow Angels" by Sabrina York is part of 'The Calendar Men' series and centers around the man who posed for Mr. December, Wade Masters. Little does he expect the arrival of an unusual woman and her cat to turn his self-chosen isolation upside-down and challenge both him and his canine companion. Lyssa is stunned to discover the object of her lusty fantasies in the cabin his sister offered for her use. Their intense connection is complicated by his physical and mental wounds and her eerie abilities that allow her to see far more than he is comfortable with. Will the snow that traps them force Wade to see that his own special angel has come into his life? A copy of this title was provide for an honest review.
gaele More than 1 year ago
There is a certain expectation I have for a book from Sabrina York: snappy dialogue, smart-mouthed and sassy heroines, a hero that is in need of his ‘one’, a feisty and interfering animal or two, bacon, and stories that will leave you smiling long after the last page is finished.  In this story, Wade has retreated to an isolated mountain cabin with his companion and now only friend Bo a three-legged German Shepard.  Wade has skittered off to the isolated space to lick his wounds, and try to learn to deal with overwhelming guilt at the death of his friends, his lover and the damage to Bo.   A calendar shoot to benefit wounded warriors had turned his quiet life into chaos, so he pushed and prodded his sister Val to let him retreat to her cabin, where no crazy women would be stalking him in the men’s room and showing up on his doorstep.  His daily routine of running and hiking through the mountains followed by a long hot shower is soon interrupted by a knock at the door.  Enter a tiny snow-clad woman buried under layers of clothes toting a cat carrier.  Lyssa had borrowed the cabin from Val to close a chapter on her relationship with Jax. And, of course, she couldn’t leave Biby the cat to his own devices: since Jax’s death Lyssa had been out-of-sorts, and his constant chattering and expounding on every subject was wearing thin.  Oh, I did forget to mention that Lyssa, aside from being elfin and possessing a horribly pushy cat is also a sympathetic: able to hear spirit voices and intuit memories, emotions and intentions by touch. Yeah, she’s got plenty on her plate. Not the least of it is a car stranded in a ditch under the ever-increasing snowfall.  The interactions between these two are clever: from Lyssa’s fear of Bo to Wade’s belief that she is a stalker gone to nuclear-level crazy to hunt him down. And, he hates cats. With a passion, and Biby is not always a wonderful cuddle buddy – prone to temper and stealing food, and a near-obsessive passion for bacon. Of course, Lyssa sees the pain that Wade is in physically, and does her utmost to relive his headache, with gentle and not so gentle nudges from her deceased boyfriend Jax and some interesting interruptions from Wade’s ex Sam.   I loved the build between these two characters: both are instantly attracted, but the interactions and conversations on the way to the steam and sweet are clever and keep you guessing and laughing. Giving both characters a scare with a bear only looking for a mid-winter snack, and the lessening of guilt that comes from both characters learning to move forward and closer together is heartwarming.  From tentative flirtations to solid steam, these two will find a way to overcome talking ghosts, fear of touch, guilt and a pair of pets with bacon obsessions, this was a fun and entertaining read that brought heart and steam.  I received an eArc copy of the title from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 
CrystalCB More than 1 year ago
Are you looking for a nice steamy book to warm up a cold winter night? May I suggest Snow Angels by Sabrina York?  Wade Masters finds himself in need of some space from the world. He just wants to be alone, except his adorable dog that is. He's dealing with his wounds and everything he experienced and the loss of his team. He has many scars, both the visible kind and the emotional kind that can not be seen.  Lyssa Salk also is in need of some down time. She's suffered a deep loss and needs some time to heal.  What he really didn't want appears on his doorstep in the middle of snow storm. Lyssa's finds herself in the middle of a snowstorm that ends up leaving her car in the ditch. She doesn't expect there to be anyone at her friend's cabin. Certainly not her friend's very handsome brother. Lyssa has a special talent that not everyone understands. She is able to receive messages from loved one's that have passed.  Wade and Lyssa end up with  plenty of time to get to know each other while they are snowed in. They both found an instant attraction that they are having a hard time fighting. Once they give in to temptation, look out! Things get mighty warm and quick. Like i said if you are looking for a nice winter story to warm you up on a cold night, this is it!  As always Sabrina York has done a fabulous job of creating characters that I bonded with instantly and an interesting storyline to go along with plenty of steam.  I don't think I have met a book by Sabrina York that was not a instant favorite of mine and this one is no exception. I adore this woman and her work. She can heat things up as well as warm my heart.  I was given the opportunity to read this great story so that I may share my thoughts with you. As always it is my great pleasure to share my thoughts with you on Snow Angels.