Goodreads.com Description: “After weeks spent on the road tracking down Immortals still in hiding, Amelia and Aidan are finally ready for some down time. Holed up in a cabin at the base of Mt. Shasta, they prepare to celebrate their first Christmas together.
While Aidan makes secret plans for the celebration, he and Amelia create their own holiday traditions, finding surprises around every corner as they embrace each other and their future together.”
This is book 3.5 in the Bound series!
About the Author
Stormy Smith calls Iowa’s capital home now, but was raised in a tiny town in the Southeast corner of the state. She grew to love books honestly, having a mom that read voraciously and instilled that same love in her. She knew quickly stories of fantasy were her favorite, and even as an adult gravitates toward paranormal stories in any form.
Writing a book had never been an aspiration, but suddenly the story was there and couldn’t be stopped. When she isn’t working on, or thinking about, her books, Stormy’s favorite places include bar patios, live music shows, her yoga mat or anywhere she can relax with her husband or girlfriends.
I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.
This was the perfect holiday story!
If you’ve read any of the “Bound” series (if the answer is no, put this book down until you’ve read the rest of the series), you are aware of all the turmoil the main characters have experienced. This book was like a vacation in their lives. It was the normalcy that they needed. But, it was also the chance for readers to see the characters in a different, much appreciated, light.
This novella was a quick read. It didn’t offer any new characters (it wasn’t supposed to). This little “side piece” to Aidan and Amelia’s story was welcome. We have enough drama in our day to day lives and so did they. It was nice to have a non-traumatic read.
I totally enjoyed every heart warming moment. Of course, I’m looking forward to reading more about Smith’s great characters. This story will tide me over a little longer.
Thanks for an early Christmas present!
(5 Hands=Excellent; 4 Hands=Pretty Good; 3 Hands=Good)