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Snowbound in Nowhere
     

Snowbound in Nowhere

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by Andrew Grey
 
When a funeral calls his friend Martin away, sunbelt resident Chris is left alone in Martin’s cabin in the dead of winter—and in a blizzard to boot. When the power goes out, Chris thinks he’s going to freeze to death. Luckily, Horace drops in to check on him—and then runs out after a few kisses, leaving Chris upset and feeling used. Horace

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When a funeral calls his friend Martin away, sunbelt resident Chris is left alone in Martin’s cabin in the dead of winter—and in a blizzard to boot. When the power goes out, Chris thinks he’s going to freeze to death. Luckily, Horace drops in to check on him—and then runs out after a few kisses, leaving Chris upset and feeling used. Horace does come back with explanations, but is their time together keeping each other warm enough for them see they belong together? Or are these sudden emotions the product of being snowbound?

A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2012 Advent Calendar package "Evergreen"

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015823714
Publisher:
Dreamspinner Press
Publication date:
12/01/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
239,423
File size:
695 KB

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Snowbound in Nowhere 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
A wonderful holiday novella to warm the heart, as if I expected anything less from Andrew Grey. I always love when an author shows respect for the winter weather from my home state of Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest, it can be dangerous on many levels so when a story is set here that is always a major factor for me and Snowbound in Nowhere respects it perfectly. As someone who has lived here from the day I was born, I don't fear the snow but I do respect it's dangers and Chris, as a stranger to the white stuff, definitely fears it so when Horace appears the blend of fear and respect is almost another character in itself. Now, that's not to say the weather is why I love Snowbound, oh no, I love it because of the relationship that develops between the pair. This one is definitely one I'll be re-reading in the future.