Title: Snow Angels
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.
Author: Sabrina York
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Training Tess, Rising Green, Adam's Obsession, Trickery
Series: Calendar Men
Published by Decadent Publishing Source: Author
Published: December 1, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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I cannot claim to have read all of the Calendar Men series, but I have read several of them. That being said, I think Mr. December has become my favorite month. I think, like Lyssa, I probably would have had December open all year too. *sigh*
I love a Sabrina York hero. They are strong, mostly, but oh so human. Their flaws are real and endearing. In the case of Wade, he is a wounded hero. Not only did he have some serious physical wounds to overcome, there was also the spiritual and emotional wounds that were destroying him.
As for a Sabrina York heroine – they are also strong. Sometimes stronger, in many ways than the heroes. They are also usually sassy and quirky and very lovable. Lyssa was all of those. But she also had a “gift” that tends to make life a bit of a challenge for her. I found that little twist in this story quite interesting. Almost paranormal in a psychic sort of way. It added depth and interest to an otherwise straight forward contemporary romance.
Then there was the secondary characters of this story. Bo – also a wounded, though canine, hero – Wade’s closest companion, and Biby – Lyssa’s bacon stealing cat. Their antics added entertainment to this story. I loved them!
It always amazing me every time I read a new Sabrina York story. Doesn’t matter the genre, they are wonderful. If you haven’t read a Sabrina York story yet, this one is a good one. She writes a wonderfully well-paced story that keeps your attention and entertains at the same time. Snow Angels is a keeper.