Plus Blayne is even less happy to be forced to evict an old man to the land the man always considered home. But when he arrives to the isolated cabin, he doesn't find an old man, but a handsome young guy more or less his own age. And since Blayne is gay, and Roeder, the handsome guy, is very friendly, they spend the time adding some body warm to what arrives from the fireplace.
As I said, Winter Love is almost a condensed story of Children of Bacchus. There is no much drama when Blayne discovers that his new lover is not entirely a man, but he is part satyr... actually maybe this is a nice novelty. Obviously Blayne will do anything necessary to be able to live in peacefully bliss with his satyr lover: all this series is about men who manage to reconnect with their inner desires and with the nature, that is a symbol of natural and sincere love. If you haven't read Children of Bacchus, Winter Love is a nice appetizer that can stimulate you to try the longer novel.
Amazon Kindle: Winter Love (Children of Bacchus Stories)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Presss (December 1, 2008)
1) Children of Bacchus: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/375365.html
1.5) Love in War
2) Thursday's Child
3) Child of Joy
4) My First Bacchanal
5) Small Kindness
6) Winter Love
Reading List: http://www.librarything.com/catalog_bott