Dannie Marino is hiking with colleagues when a sudden blizzard separates her from her group. She's rescued by Lee, a dangerously sexy stranger who leads her to a remote cabin to weather the storm.
When the night inevitably ends in an intense erotic encounter, Dannie is both shocked and liberated by her response. But being intimate means letting herself be vulnerable, which isn't her style. Lee tries to reach out to her, but she avoids any emotional entanglement by pushing him away.
Snowed in and unable to hide from each other, Dannie and Lee must both face up to their most closely guarded emotions. When the storm abates, will they be able to stop running from the past and live fully in the future?
©2012 Rebecca Rogers Maher (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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This story was good. Considering how short it, the romance was well developed. The title is perfect because it sums up almost the whole story. If you're in the mood for a short, sexy romance, then this is the book for you.
Narrator: Zoe Hunter should go to narrator school. This book (specially the love scenes) were read like an instruction manual. Not good. A narrator like Susan Bennett would have made that snow melt in an instant!
Despite being predictable, Snowbound is a light and easy listen that keeps you connected to the characters and engaged in the story from beginning to end.
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