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  • Paperback: 292 pages
  • Publisher: iUniverse (20 Mar. 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0595500412
  • ISBN-13: 978-0595500413
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.9 x 22.9 cm

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About the Author

Alice Wootson grew up in Rankin, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of Cheyney University and a former teacher and reading specialist with the School District of Philadelphia. She is an award-winning author of ten published novels as well as being an award-wining poet. She teaches writing workshops and will meet with groups of readers.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Snowbound with Love 19 July 2000
By Affaire de Coeur - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
A fierce snowstorm, a case of amnesia, a reclusive songwriter, a displaced journalist, and passionate nights are all ingredients for a fulfilling love story. Charlotte Thompson is returning home to Philadelphia after covering a story near the Poconos Mountains when she is caught in a snowstorm. She is discovered by the dog that belongs to Tyler Fleming, a songwriter/musician who has been living on a mountaintop alone since the death of his wife three years prior. Tyler nurses her back to health, and because they are unable to go anywhere because of the storm, they are forced to get to know one another in their close quarters. Tyler is amazed at how this woman whom he is calling Cleo because she reminds him of Cleopatra, has gotten under his skin and into his heart. She has made him trust again and open up. Charlotte, ever fearful because she cannot remember who she is or why she in that part of the state, too feels a sense of bonding with Tyler. She is frightened that when she regains her memory, the idyllic world they have created for the week they are snowed in will collapse. When she finally retrieves her purse from the car and Tyler sees her name on her driver's license, he is stunned. Charlotte Thompson is the photographer/journalist he holds responsible for his late wife's death. This story's finely paced plot and sensuous detail make this story line a fast-pace read.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Awesome! 6 July 2000
By Debbie R. Sims - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
From the very first page to the time I closed the cover, Snowbound With Love, was an incredible read! Author Alice Wootson's first Arabesque novel is a winner!
Charlotte is a struggling writer trying to make it home from an assignment in the midst of a snowstorm in the Poconos Mountains. Traveling in a Geo with no cell phone in blinding snow is treacherous and leads to her getting lost and eventually coming to an abrupt stop...
She is "found" by Juno, musical composer Tyler Fleming's dog. Tyler brings her to his secluded hideaway where the heat and electricity are out due to the storm and keeps her from succumbing to hypothermia using the best heat in the world...body heat!
Between preparing meals together, making snow angels and snow families the two are well on their way to falling in love until Charlotte's identity, here-to-fore unknown to her because of the memory loss she suffered in the accident, is revealed.
She leaves Tyler, who is convinced that her accident, memory loss and relationship with him are all based on a lie....
Snowbound With Love drifts along at a comfortable pace and Ms. Wootson is a master at painting visual pictures with her words. The reader can feel the cold, wet snow and smell the popcorn roasting in the fireplace.
Run don't walk to your nearest bookstore to pick up Snowbound With Love. You will not be disappointed.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Refreshing! 27 Aug. 2000
By Patra A. Paxton - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is a wonderful book! I am really feeling you Alice. I feel Alice Wootson is a talented writer who has been away from home too long. Her talent should be shared with the entire world. Her gentle nature and her uniquely refreshing characters captured my heart. Welcome home Alice! I want to see more of you in print. You go girl!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful Story! 13 July 2000
By B. J. Woodbury - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is Alice Wootson's debut novel and I commend her on an excellent job.
I began to read this book and could not stop reading it, that is how good the book was to me. The plot was very good and the hero, Tyler Fleming and heroine, Charlotte Thompson, were very well developed.
I enjoyed reading about the blizzard, being a snow-bird native myself and having been in a couple of blizzards, brought back some memories. So for those who have never experienced snow, the authors descriptions in this book were of true facts.
I don't want to give away too many details of the book, but the unfolding of this story was never boring, fast paced, well developed characters, some intense moments, you experience the feelings that both Tyler and Charlotte have in the story.
Overall, I highly recommend to the fellow romance readers, to take a chance on this new author and read her debut book. By the way she comes from a family of experienced romance writers, as she is the sister of Marilyn Tyner who also writes some excellent books.
Congratulations Alice on this book and I wish you much success on all you endeavors.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Let it snow, and snow some more! 26 July 2000
By Crystal Hayden - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This was a great book by Alice Wootson. She truly has a bright writing career ahead of her.
Trying to get in home in a terrible snowstorm Charlotte (aka Cleo) has an accident and loses her memory. Composer Tyler Flemimg and his dog Juno rescues her. Tyler not only tries to keep her warm from the cold but he is attracted to her.
No heat or electricity has not stop them from getting to know one another, enjoying the snow and also begin to love one another. Once Cleo's identity is revealed things go down hill from there.
I can't tell you everything about the book. You must go and read it for yourself. I think that you will enjoy the way the book is presented. It makes you visualize the snow and cold. You might have to drink something warm while reading this book.
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