Snowblind by Eli Easton #mm #review @EliEaston @dreamspinners


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Snow, steam, and secrets.

The latest snowstorm carries something unexpected to the doorstep of Hutch’s secluded Alaskan cabin: a stranger named Jude, the most beautiful man Hutch has ever seen. Jude says he’s in the area for a ski trip and that he fled a domineering lover, thinking he could make it into town. But Hutch is a suspicious SOB and treats his unwanted guest warily. The problem is Jude isn’t just gorgeous, he’s funny and smart and flirtatious.

Two gay men snowed in for three days—things happen. Really good things. By the time the storm clears, Hutch finds himself a little too attached to Jude Devereaux, San Francisco-based male model. But is Jude what he claims to be? Or is he entangled in the secrets Hutch moved to Alaska to escape?addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da14April's Showering Words

When we grow up we have the innocence that comes from always believing the best of people.

This book reminded me that even though we hope that the people we work for are honest and trustworthy, some just aren’t.  What we do when it comes to liars, it’s how we react that matters. Hutch is a true blue hero, but his decisions cast him in a negative light.  When he meets Jude he trys to be protective with his heart, but he falls for this man who seems to be just what he sees.  Jude is a model, father and a little something else.  When the outside world interrupts there time together, Hutch finds out just who he can trust.
I enjoyed this story and the reality it brings to mind.  The main characters are exciting and real. I would definitely recommend this story!

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