Cold Comfort by Lee Brazil

7108bd89788690953d6418adf313c47cbd085cd8Title: Cold Comfort

Series: In From the Cold #2 (Pulp Friction 2014)

Author: Lee Brazil

Genre: Contemporary

Length: Novella (58 pages)

ISBN: # LBRZL0201433

Publisher: Lime Time Press (April 01, 2014)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts

Reviewer: Cat

Blurb: Prince Charming wannabe Finn Lorensson is living his own fairy tale. Sure, his intended is more frog than princess, but what’s love worth if you don’t have to slay a few dragons on the way?

Cannon Malloy is adapting…to life in Flagstaff, the cold, teaching…and to Finn. He’s about decided that letting himself be loved isn’t such a bad thing after all.

When an opportunist from Finn’s past threatens both love and career, can the frog save his prince?

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Review: This is book two of the In From the Cold series and part of a collaboration called Pulp Friction. The book does stand-alone ok, but to get the full impact and understand who all of the characters are it is best to read each series in order and the reading order of the Pulp Friction.

Cold Comfort picks up where Cold Snap left off with Finn still trying to figure out how to get through to Cannon. The story is full of emotion and has a bit of suspense tossed in. There is lots of sexual tension as Cannon tries to keep his distance from Finn but can’t resist the pull. Then a real twist was tossed in with Cannon’s interest in one of the new tenants, Park. I will say that but really shocked me, since I’ve been following Cannon since the years books. I still am not in love with Cannon but he is intriguing. Finn on the other hand is extremely sexy.

If you like college professors, men with secrets, hot sexy Norse God looking men, a little hot mansex and a surprising ending this is for you.