Review: Snowbound – Ravenna Tate

Posted January 11, 2015 by Shannon in Reviews / 1 Comment

24099698Nina Santangeles is lost in a blizzard as the roads become more treacherous and nightfall looms. She spots a light and knocks on the door of the house, but can’t believe who answers. She has two unpleasant choices. Freeze to death in her car, or wait out the storm with Cameron Easton and Alex Gable, the two men who seduced her, and then trashed her career three years ago.

Series: Romance On The Go
Release Date: January 6th 2015
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Source: Manic Readers
Reviewer: Kenna
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Reviewer’s Thoughts

“Snowbound” is the perfect way to spend an evening…figuratively AND literally.  Ravenna Tate is a newbie at Evernight Publishing, and she fits in perfectly.  She has written a short, sweet, and hot story that will melt your heart as well as your panties.

Nina is completely lost.  She’s caught in the middle of a blizzard, and the road is white and dangerous.  Her phone and GPS are useless, and she’s close to being forced to spend the night in her car on the side of the road.  See approaches a house, and when she knocks, she comes face to face with with an unpleasant (but maybe just a LITTLE pleasant?) memory of her past.

The blurb sums up the story perfectly, so I won’t waste any more time on telling you about it.  I’m here to tell you about how perfectly “Snowbound” comes together.  I mentioned that this was a short book, so there’s not much time to draw anything out.  The three main characters, Nina, Cameron, and Alex, have such an outstanding chemistry.  There has been something between them for more than three years, and it’s obvious due to the way Ms. Tate writes their interactions.  There is tension, of course, not because of anything THEY have done.  They were victims of dishonest colleagues and mixed signals.  Once everything is out in the open, we are treated to one of the most loving, romantic, and sexy love scenes I’ve ever read.  Cameron and Alex are tender while being dominant, and Nina gives as good as she gets.  So, so good.  In fact, I went back and re read it a second time.

Since this is a stand alone story, everything wraps up nicely.  So nicely, I am sincerely hoping that Ravenna Tate will write a sequel to this one.  I’d love to stay in touch with these fantastic characters.

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