Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Release Day Review: Snowblind by Eli Easton #Review #Giveaway

Author: Eli Easton
Book: Snowblind
Series: Dreamspun Desires #29
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: March 1, 2016
Cover Artist: Bree Archer
Length: 196 pages

Reviewed by Erin


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?

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Dreamspinner Press's Dreamspun Desires line just keeps getting better and better. With every new release, I fall in love just a little bit more, and with the addition of Eli Easton's action packed Snowblind, I don't see that changing anytime soon. And I'm so, SO grateful for that! That being said, I have to admit and tell you that Snowblind was NOTHING like I expected! Not at all, but damn it was hella fun to read. 

When Hutch finds an unexpected stranger  at the doorstep of his secluded cabin in Alaska in the middle of a snowstorm you'll get a feeling that there's more going on that first appears. When we see Hutch checking trip wires and motion sensors, your senses will start tingling for sure. I know mine did. I was immediately and thoroughly engrossed in what was going on between Hutch and Jude right from the first. Hutch is all growly and suspicious whereas Jude is charming and flirty. That always makes for a fun combination but when the action starts happening, boy did the story take off. There is some really hot sex going on between these two, along with a healthy dose of intense tension ... but there's also some humor and playfulness, too. Eli does a fantastic job of weaving this story and surprising you left and right. 

There are tons of twists and turns in this one, so for the sake of not spoiling a thing, I'm not going to say much more because trust me, you want to go into this book totally, um, well, blind. Sorry, couldn't help myself, but seriously people, just dive into this book knowing as little as possible. You'll find all the things you're used to from Eli Easton and from the Dreamspun line as a whole. Great writing, characters that are well-developed and engaging. A plot that moves lightning quick and just enough steam to make you happy. This one was one hell of a fun ride, don't miss it!


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1 comment:

  1. I've got several recent purchases which happen to be from Dreamspinner. Rhys Ford's There's this guy, and Rowan McAllister's We met in dreams. But then again I can't go without RJ Scott's next installment of Sanctuary!