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The Road To Frosty Hollow Paperback – 2 Jan 2017
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It should have worked really well, as the guys knew each other from when they were kids and there was no awkwardness between them...but this was the downfall of the tale. There wasn't really anything between them that I could detect. Their youthful kiss came up several times in each's thoughts, but any discussion about it was more like a throwaway one, rather than anything meaningful. A sleep-kiss got talked about briefly, but not really acted on - it could and should have been the catalyst for these guys getting together.
The few sex scenes that there were felt included because it's expected, not because the guys were passionate about each other. This was quite a stop-start relationship and tale, and though there was a possible 'issue' that lead to this, it wasn't 'bigged up' enough to make it stand out.
I've read a couple of road trip tales where friends/acquaintances turn into more, but this lacked excitement and passion.
ARC courtesy of Signal Boost PR for my reading pleasure.
Ooh - I love a good road trip romance! Add a directionless retired marine and I’m sold. There is surprising depth to the character development in this very short book.
Both Nick and Cameron are experiencing life events that make them vulnerable and reflective while they test out the connection they’ve felt for each other since they were teenagers. The men start their road trip as acquaintances sharing a ride to Nick’s sister’s wedding but they quickly become, friends, confidants and lovers. The slightly unrealistic instalove is explained through the childhood they shared but there was clear chemistry and a shared perspective on life that made this relationship feel right.
The road trip was fun, though some of the places Nick and Cameron visited started to blur together by the end. As the men become more comfortable with each other, a playfulness builds between them and I loved the resulting friendship.
This is a short, sweet romance of two slightly lost men who find each other as they drive across their country together. I enjoyed this and I felt quite attached to both Nick and Cameron by the end.
This is a really enjoyable read, which will warm the heart of any romantic - and if you read the Montana series, there is a little extra treat in here, which really made me smile!
Two men, who last saw each other when one pushed the other away after a first kiss at a party in high school, agree to drive cross country back home for a wedding ... not necessarily the best idea either of them had, but Nick's sister, and also Cameron's best friend, has managed to persuade them, and clearly she gets what she wants!
Both guys are hurting; life has not been that kind to them in the past, but once they rekindle their childhood friendship, things definitely improve. I loved that we were along for the ride, and get to follow both their trip and their adventures. How sad we feel for Cam, as he avoids difficult phone calls and happy when he acts on how much he wants Nick.
Although this is quite a short book, it gives us a very satisfying story, and whilst I would love to know more, we leave them in a good place.
~~Wicked Reads Review Team~~
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