Quinn doesn't believe in miracles, especially not Christmas ones. When he decides to win Nate back he knows it won't be easy. The last thing he expects is a health scare, a road trip and a vicious snow storm to work in his favor. In the end, a cabin in the woods turns out to be not only the shelter they desperately need, but also Quinn's very own Christmas miracle.
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By Tams (TTC Books and more) on 28-11-16
Intense, passionate and intriguing.
What made the experience of listening to Snowed In the most enjoyable?
To have these two characters brought to life by the narrator.
What did you like best about this story?
There was a lot of content in so few pages and I was drawn into the story from the start.
Which character – as performed by Dan Rider – was your favorite?
Nate! My heart broke for young Nate, to have the one thing he has always dreamed of, then to have it snatched away while he lay dreaming.
If you could rename Snowed In, what would you call it?
Snowed In seems to fit just fine, and it's the title the Author gave the story, why mess with it?
Any additional comments?
Tams e-book review December 2015
At just fifteen years old, Nate not only knew he was gay, he knew exactly who he wanted… his brother’s best friend Quinn. Several years later on an annual Holiday trip to their family cabin, Nate finally gets what he has wanted for so long. But he is left stunned, confused and broken hearted when he wakes up the next morning to find Quinn gone.
Two years later Quinn is back to beg for forgiveness and to finally explain to Nate why he snuck out of the bed they’d just shared, like a thief in the night. Quinn is back to lay claim to Nate, but what he finds is not the energetic, full of life young man that Quinn fell in love with. Nate is pissed off, defiant and wants nothing to do with Quinn. Will an unplanned trip to the cabin and a couple of days alone be the answer to Quinn’s prayers?
Short, Sexy and… wait for it… Steamy! Kostova has delivered yet another fantastic Holiday story full of meat for us to sink our teeth into. (pun intended) Seriously, there was a lot of content in so few pages and I was drawn into the story from the start. My heart broke for young Nate, to have the one thing he has always dreamed of, then to have it snatched away while he lay dreaming. It really hits Nate hard and just by the dialogue in the story between Quinn and Bran, Nates brother, you know how hard the years have been on both men. I knew though, I just knew there had to be a reason. I’ll say no more, you’ll have to read for yourself.
Definitely the perfect little short story for this time of year; Snowed In is intense, passionate and intriguing. I devoured it in a little over an hour, just could not put it down once I started.
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By Ben on 28-12-17
The central element of the story - what kept these two apart for so long - is stupid. It makes no sense at all. If that had been thought through and a more reasonable explanation provided perhaps I would not have viewed the rest of the story through a lens of 'Are you kidding?'
The narration was confusing because all characters sounded the same.