Review: Snowcroft Lost (Snowcroft #1) by Christi Snow

March 14, 2014 Review 1

Review: Snowcroft Lost (Snowcroft #1) by Christi Snow

Secrets and Lies…
Everyone has them. Big ones. Little ones.

For Trevor Mayne and Jamie Vaughn, secrets and lies are how they’ve made their fourteen year friendship work. Don’t talk about it. Ignore it and it won’t be real. Pretend like everything’s fine between the two of them.

Jamie can’t live like this anymore. He’s in love with Trevor, his best friend who just happens to be straight. Tired of hiding his feelings, he decides to walk away. From their friendship. From his hometown. From his business.

But before Jamie gets a chance to leave, a freak accident leaves Trevor with amnesia. A new blank perspective leaves him confused about the inconsistencies of what he’s told his life should be vs. the feelings that he knows he has. Now those secrets and lies, that should be safer than ever, are suddenly front and center and changing everything between them.

Their world is at risk because their secrets and lies aren’t the only ones at play here. There’s a bigger lie out there and it could just destroy everything as they get closer and closer to the secret hidden in depths of the Snowcroft forest.

Title: Snowcroft Lost
Author: Christi Snow
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Operation Endurance, The Shadow of Mudflap, When Love Intrudes, Snowcroft Safehouse
Series: Snowcroft
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Snowcroft Safehouse
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: March 19, 2014
Genres: Male Male Romance, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 295
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-flames

Readers are first introduced to Trevor and Jamie in When Love Intrudes the finale to Christi Snow’s When the Mission Ends series. It was easy to see the strain and tension in their relationship then. Jamie wanted more from Trevor than just friendship. Trevor needed Jamie to cut him some slack on the way he chose to live his life by running as many women through his bed as possible. The small bits of this that Christi gave us left me wanting to know more about these two. She apparently wanted the same because she has treated us to Snowcroft Lost.

I was truly curious how Christi would make waking up from amnesia gay remotely plausible. She did it. The manner in which she made this work worked for the entire suspense factor to the book as well. It appears that Snowcroft is not the peaceful perfect town after all. There are things going on there that very few know about. It is this that lands Trevor with a bout of amnesia that will change his life forever, in so many ways.

I was pleased to see that Jamie did not throw caution to the wind and jump into anything with the newly gay Trevor. Jamie has known a very straight Trevor for fourteen years. The sudden change may be very welcome but it is something to approach with caution. As much as Jamie wants to be more than friends with Trevor he doesn’t want to be left alone with a broken heart when Trevor finally gets his memory back.

I absolutely loved this story. Friends to lovers romances always work well for me. Jamie and Trevor have been friends for so long. Considering what Trevor went through in his past he deserves this happily ever after. I’m definitely looking forward to what Christi has planned for her new Snowcroft male male romance series. Readers can easily go into this new series without having read Snow’s When the Mission Ends series. I can honestly say that both series are great so go ahead and read them all!

Favorite quote, Jamie to Trevor: “Please don’t do this to me. I’m not strong enough to tell you no.”

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One Response to “Review: Snowcroft Lost (Snowcroft #1) by Christi Snow”

  1. christi snow

    Thank you so much for reading and reviewing, Vanessa. I’m so happy you liked it…and I agree…I love that quote. *sigh* Jamie…I really do love him. smiles…