Gay Contemporary Romance
Paperback: 276 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (May 4, 2015)
Amazon Kindle: Snowman
We all find ways to run away. Some do it in seclusion, others in the arms of lovers.
Since the death of his long-time partner, Caleb Maguire lives a quiet life in Australia’s Victorian high country with only his dog and horses for company. Each day is the same. There are no surprises―good or bad―until a major snowstorm hits his mountain and Caleb is called out to rescue a stranded tourist. The late night snow brings with it a lost soul who forces Caleb to reassess his solitary life.
Paul Turner is a barista in the trendy Melbourne suburb of Carlton. He lives life totally in the moment, but a life of no commitments is about to change for this city boy. Three days is all it takes for Paul to fall hard for Caleb, and Paul returns to the city with a promise he’ll be back after turning his life around… but only when all the roads are clear.
This is packed with emotion. It is also kind of a slow pace, character development piece. I cried from happiness and hope several times. It really caught me up in the drama at the end.
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