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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Snowbound, by Scarlet Blackwell

Title: Snowbound
Author: Scarlet Blackwell
Sub-Genre(s): Contemporary, M/M
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Publication Date: August 6, 2011
ISBN #: 9781920501167
Format: eBook from Author
Reviewer: Dawne
Rating: 5 Cups

Hayden Berry is lost in a small South Dakota town after crashing his car, when he is rescued by Deputy Sheriff Dylan Hubble and taken home for the night. One night turns into two when they are snowed in and instant attraction turns into life-long love.

But Hayden isn't free to be with Dylan and he leaves, the memory of that winter casting a shadow over the rest of his life.

Scarlet Blackwell interweaves two men's lives perfectly in this winter classic. The way she adds the twist of Hayden being married to a woman, was a nice change of pace for an erotic M/M novella. I commend Blackwell for permitting a possible one-night (actually two nights) stand to evolve into a real relationship of love and trust.

When Hayden returns to his wife, his thoughts are with Dylan and Blackwell lets the emotions of Hayden show, in a very compassionate and realistic way. The breaking of the heart and lies strewn about are believable and heart-wrenching to the reader.

This was the first Blackwell novel I've read but will NOT be the last. I applaud Blackwell's writing style, dialogue and character strengths. She is definitely an author on her way up in the publishing world.

Available at:
Amazon (Kindle Edition)
Barnes & Noble (Nook book)


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