I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Frosted by Katy Regnery
Published by Self Published on January 2, 2015
Genres: Adult Contemporary Romance
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When Grace Luff's children send her to a Silver Wings weekend at a luxury resort, they are hoping that the 56-years-young widow will meet a man to lift the loneliness she's endured since the passing of her husband over three years before.
Grace, who barely remembers how to date, doesn't expect to meet anyone, and skips the conference in lieu of fresh air and exercise. She's surprised when the owner of a local ski rental shop, Tray Bradshaw, makes her heart leap with interest and attraction.
When a rogue snowstorm traps the pair in an abandoned cabin on top of the mountain, they'll get to know each other, and discover that it's never too late to change...or fall in love.
"Frosted" will be included in a winter romance anthology entitled "Snowy Days, Steamy Nights," in January 2015, and released as a solo work in late-March 2015.
Frosted is another sweet, second chances romance from author Katy Regnery. Unlike her other stories, Grace and Tray are in their 50’s and have both lost their spouses. But their age is not important to their story. What is important is the fear of starting over. Whether it is due to the death of your spouse or partner, a breakup or divorce, or even a change in your career, we can all relate to the fear and doubts of starting over. Grace is from high society and Tray owns a rental ski shop. They come from different lifestyles but they both have dealt with loss. Despite their age and social class these are characters I grew to love. Even though this is a novella it did not feel rushed and I was completely satisfied with the time I spent with Grace and Tray. I connected with these characters and enjoyed the romance (sweet and just the right amount of heat) and emotions of their story.
Frosted is a great romance story where the focus is on the personal growth of the characters and having a second chance at love. I highly recommend Frosted to romance readers looking for a quick and uplifting story.
“Frosted” is available in a winter romance anthology “Snowy Days, Steamy Nights,”
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Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- 2015 New Release Challenge
- COYER Winter 2014-2015