North of Need
Her tears called a powerful snow god to life, but only her love can grant the humanity he craves...Desperate to escape agonizing memories of Christmas past, twenty-nine-year-old widow Megan Snow builds a snow family outside the mountain cabin she once shared with her husband, realizing too late... show more
Her tears called a powerful snow god to life, but only her love can grant the humanity he craves...Desperate to escape agonizing memories of Christmas past, twenty-nine-year-old widow Megan Snow builds a snow family outside the mountain cabin she once shared with her husband, realizing too late that she's recreated the very thing she'll never have.Called to life by Megan's tears, snow god Owen Winters appears unconscious on her doorstep in the midst of a raging blizzard. As she nurses him to health, Owen finds unexpected solace in her company and unimagined pleasure in the warmth of her body, and vows to win her heart for a chance at humanity.Megan is drawn to Owen's mismatched eyes, otherworldly masculinity, and enthusiasm for the littlest things. But this Christmas miracle comes with an expiration--before the snow melts and the temperature rises, Megan must let go of her widow's grief and learn to trust love again, or she'll lose Owen forever.
Publish date: May 15th 2012
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Pages no: 262
Edition language: English
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Hearts of the Anemoi (#1)
Buddy read with JoI didn't know what to rate it, but in the end I really loved the epilogue so 4* it is :)
4 starsThis is an honest and highly subjective review, proceed with caution. You have been warned.Owen (god of winter) + Megan (human)This book could be just like any other contemporary romance except with a little add of paranormal, things are spiced up.I liked it because it's one of the unique boo...
This book was adorable! It was sort of like Frosty the Snowman for adults. The hero of this book is a God of Winter. I thought Owen was wonderful. He took such great joy in everything and it was such a delightful change of pace from some of the moodier heroes I've been reading a lot of. And it didn'...
Probably my least favorite of hers out of the three I've read so far. I'm wavering between 3 and 3.5 stars. It wasn't bad at all, very well written and edited, and I really did like the characters.My complaint is, considering the subject matter (woman grieving her dead husband, man is a snow god mad...
Couldn't get past all the gods stuff. Just not my cuppa. And I kept picturing City Of Angels movie. Owen was sweet, though, and I enjoyed parts of the story.