Title: Snowbound, 2nd edition
Series: Soldiers of the Sun, #2
Author: Jana Denardo
Genre: M/M/M or More/Angels and Demons/ Historical/ Paranormal
Length: Short (47 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (August 14, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3Hearts
Blurb: The 1930s have more to worry about than the Depression. Demons walk the earth, leaving the human race relying on those who can see the demons to fight them.
As the Soldiers of the Sun make their way back to their base in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Caleb, Temple, and Agni find themselves snowbound in Mount Washington. With nothing to do but wait for a break in the weather or the next demon attack, whichever comes first, the three partners have the luxury of time to explore their mutual attraction and affection. Before they get far in that exploration, they end up in another fight for their lives—a fight Temple might lose.
First Edition published in Necking by Dreamspinner Press, 2010.
Product Link: https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=6743&cPath=1494
Review: This is book two in the Soldiers of the Sun series. I was confused after reading the first half, as it suddenly seemed like the story was starting yet again but at a later date. The beginning mentions Li not with the team anymore due to death but never said how he died or when. I was disappointed in this as it left me wondering all throughout what exactly happened.
Most of the first half is about Caleb, Agni and Temple growing closer and having sex with each other and two small demon scenes in the mix. The second half introduces Temple’s new partner Jo, a female and the boss niece. This is a confusing book as it seems almost like two different stories going on.
It needs some work before it’s published so the reader is not as confused as to what’s going on as well as details added to Li’s death instead of just saying he died and nothing else. I was disappointed in this book as the beginning was really good then all of a sudden you see a bio about the author then the beginning of another story so I was unsure as to which one was the actual story for this book.
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