Moose biologist Greer Jefferson checks into the Black Mountain Inn in hopes of working on his thesis and getting up close and personal with his target subjects. What he finds instead is a mountain of a man with a bad attitude and lips to die for.
When the blizzard of the century strikes, and the hotel is evacuated, a certain moose aficionado is left behind with Hyde. Will sparks fly between them or will Greer be left out in the cold?
It's a story of forced proximity, a snow storm, and an intense connection. Theirs is a story of painful pasts full of guilt and grief. It's a story of forgiving oneself and finding someone who brings you back to life. It's a tender story of finding a friend and a lover.
This is a serious story, definitely tough to read at times, which I wasn't expecting. The writing is great, with well developed characters who's feelings jump off the pages. I enjoy the way the plot develops and that the storm doesn't bring any danger, but rather a setting that's perfect for romantic feelings.
Snow Daze is a perfect read when you're in the mood for a sweet romance. With the combination of snow and Valentine's Day, you'll want to just cozy up under a blanket to read this one.