A writer in a secluded cabin in the mountains during a blizzard takes in a young woman lost in the snowstorm. Their passion will keep them both warm....
In the Heart of the Blizzard contains graphic female-female sex and should not be downloaded or listened to by minors.
©2015 R Scott (P)2015 R Scott
I would and with it being close to Halloween this would make for a good seasonal story.
First off it is a tender short story. Although I've read a few similar stories I can not recall their titles or Authors.
The love scene was tender and loving. I'm a straight old lady and am not into F/F sex scenes, however this was a tender poignant F/F love scene and was well done.
I cried at the ending. The ending is a surprise and the story is bittersweet. I really cried.
The story was a surprise. First off I was surprised that I really liked it. If you are in the mood for a supernatural tearjerker short story that fits in well with Halloween then this would be a good choice.
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I am a wee bit over the half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lo
Jean Gray narrates this excellent short story about a girl trying to get away so she can concentrate on writing.Then in the midst of a blizzard...a knock comes to the door.Go!Listen for yourself!
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I am a fun loving mom that enjoys a great Book!! I'm happy to have Audible with a busy life it makes it so easy to still get lost in a book!
Lots of FEMALE ON FEMALE GRAPHIC SEX & I didn't realize it was only 27 minutes! I wish the author would've taken more time & done a FULL BOOK! I REALLY DON'T KNOW HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK & I DON'T LIKE TO GIVE A BAD REVIEW BUT I PROMISED IS LEAVE A REVIEW!!
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I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.
One of my favorite kinds of movies or fantasies, was the one where the male/female character got lost in the wilderness and stumbled upon the lone house of the other character. I am not sure why that has always been my ideal fantasy or favorite storyline, but I always felt an author could go any direction with this start as their base. In the case of In The Heart of the Blizzard, R. Scott took it a different direction than I was expecting. The ending left me with a WTF look on my face for a while. Writing this review, I still have a WTF look on my face.
The story was okay. I thought the sex scene could have been steamier. I think my issue that really ruined it or dampened what the story could have been was the narrator. I think someone with a sexier voice would have done this story more justice.
This was a quick listen, and I appreciate the author giving me the opportunity to listen to it for my honest and unbiased review. That ending is still a shocker! I can’t even.
tension, sexy, tender
the eye contact
the book was arousing
nice work and a nicely paced story
Rabid Listener/Reader and Shopper!
Narration - Jean Gray - Nearly intolerable. This was just a person reading, and not actually reading very well. It sounded like her first run through complete with some sniffs and a snuffling mouth noise. Awkward pauses during sentences. Just really bad.
The story, well, it's 27 minutes long so if you're listening to this, you're not really expecting character development, it's just basically a girl on girl sex scene with a crazy ending. I feel bad, I couldn't tell you if this is well written or not, because the narration is really that bad.
I would recommend this to no one!
I received a copy of this audiobook free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review
This is your general 'so an author went into the woods all alone'... and then there was some romance. I may have liked it a bit better, if the narration were tolerable. Unfortunately, the narrator sounded like a teenage boy with a cold. And they are narrating for a woman.
If the story didn't have the little twist that it did, it wouldn't be worthwhile at ALL.
I was provided with this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review.
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