Review: Snowbound Seduction by Melissa Schroeder

Snowbound Seduction by Melissa Schroeder

Synopsis

This blizzard is blazing hot...

Trevor MacMillian is the tart and incredibly sexy executive chef who’s made pastry chef Elaine Masterson’s life a living hell. But when she catches him in nothing but a tiny little towel, it’s almost enough to make her forget they’re stranded in a luxurious mountain cabin together...or that she hates him almost as much as she craves him like a sinfully forbidden dessert.

Being alone in a romantic secluded cabin might just kill Trevor outright. If Elaine hates him now, how much will she hate him if she finds out he’s been fantasizing about her full, kissable lips? So Trevor argues with her. Makes her angry— until an intense and unexpected kiss turns their hostility into insatiable hunger. And with this much heat, the snowstorm outside doesn’t stand a chance...

4-Stars Review

It is a fun and lighthearted short novel. Trevor and Eliane are both chefs at a restaurant, they are also business partners along with their friend Mick. Who is sick and tired of their constant fights. So he thinks it's time for an intervention. He just wants them to sort out their personal issues with each other and get along in the kitchen. Sometimes they do act like children but mostly they are just trying to deny mutual attraction. When they are alone in the snow storm a lot of things falls into places and soon they find that they really cannot live without each other...

It's a books for anyone looking for a fun, romantic read. Story doesn't start too well. For me, it took a while to connect with the characters but overall it was a great book.