Review: Intertwined Hearts (Snowcroft Men, #3) by Christi Snow

October 12, 2017 Review 0

Review: Intertwined Hearts (Snowcroft Men, #3) by Christi Snow

Intertwined Hearts

Three people who’ve given up on love...

Hudson:
After a brutal, late-night attack in his restaurant left Chef Hudson Richmond too traumatized to even enter his restaurant again, he escaped to Snowcroft. Now he’s trying to find a new normal when the reality of his world is a man’s touch makes him sick and his dream has become his nightmare.

Leigh:
Leigh Vaughn lives in a man’s world running Vaughn Construction with her brother, Jamie. She’s tried to be feminine and failed over and over again. Growing up with only her brother, father, and construction crews to guide her, Leigh has no idea what a feminine wile is, much less how to deploy them. But when Jamie and Trevor begin to research finding a surrogate to carry their baby, she knows this is something she can do. Hell, it’s not like those parts are getting used for anything else.

David:
When this small town came looking for a new police chief, David Warner jumped at the chance. After a traumatic betrayal by his partner on the police force, he’s burnt out and jaded. And his love life has been even more depressing than his work life. He’s made one true connection in the last five years, but she disappeared without a trace the next morning.

Three people who have given up on love, may just find a new beginning where they least expect it...in Snowcroft. But love is only supposed to happen in twos. How can they make it work with three intertwined hearts?

Trigger warning: This book features story-lines that involve past assaults and betrayals, but has a guaranteed HEA for three people who couldn’t deserve it more. male/male/female.

Title: Intertwined Hearts
Author: Christi Snow
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Operation Endurance, The Shadow of Mudflap, When Love Intrudes, Snowcroft Lost
Series: Snowcroft Men
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Snowcroft Restoration
Source: Author
Published: October 12, 2017
Genres: Erotic Romance, Menage
Pages: 356
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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When the offer to read some male, male, female, ménage yumminess from Christi Snow popped into my inbox I didn’t even read the blurb. I just replied send it over, with very grabby hands. I was not disappointed. Readers know Hudson and Leigh a little from the previous books. You can read Intertwined Hearts easily as a stand-alone though.

Hudson and David are very different men in a very similar position. They are both in Snowcroft looking to escape something that has recently happened in their separate lives. They’re trying to heal and start living again. Hudson can’t deny his friend Jamie’s request to help feed Leigh during her surrogate pregnancy. David is looking for a change in jobs and the Chief of Police position in Snowcroft is too good to be true. New beginnings in Snowcroft are only the start to David and Hudson’s much needed restart. It’s once they arrive in Snowcroft that the meet Leigh, the key to them all finding a happiness that they never expected to find.

The friends to lovers aspect that Leigh and Hudson bring into this romance was natural and just felt right. Gay for you happens to be one of my favorite troupes in the male male genre. This is a little different though. Hudson brings a het/bi for you to this sexy threesome. And then there is David. How can you not love a fun and flirty equal opportunity lover. Yes, very sext read to be devoured here!

Leigh did frustrate me after the baby was born on a grand scale. Keep in mind I’m not (and never will be) a mother. I’m sure her crazy is something that far too many women who’ve just given birth experience. I’m also positive that her actions are completely plausible. I still wanted to throat punch her for her actions. As the title implies it wasn’t just her heart that was intertwined in the relationship. She needed them as much as they needed her. Her actions had a negative impact on them all and I hated her a bit afterwards.

Intertwined Hearts is still an amazing book. I think having feelings towards the characters you’ve just hours with tells you the talent of the author. Christi’s talent in writing evoked something more than thoughts that I’d just read a great book. The exciting thing here is that I won’t have to wait very long for another trip to Snowcroft. The next book in the series comes out in November.

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