Sunday, 15 December 2013

Review: Frosted Midnight: A Christmas Novella (The 12 NA's of Christmas) by Breena Wilde

Frosted Midnight is proud to be a part of The 12 NA's of Christmas
12 New Adult Novellas.
12 Bestselling Authors.
November 2013

Willow needs a miracle...

Twenty-year-old Willow is a librarian in the tourist town of Bandon, Oregon. During the summer the town is bursting with interesting people from all over the world. 
Two summers ago she met Austin. He was everything she ever wanted in a man: smart, funny, and gorgeous. But after eight perfect weeks he left, and she hasn't heard from him since. 
Until Christmas Eve. She receives an email from Austin asking her to meet him at midnight so he can explain. 
It might be a booty call, but Willow has to see him one last time, even if it's just to say good-bye.

ebook 92 pages
Published November 1st 2013 by Breena Wilde Books
Genre: New Adult
Kristine's Thoughts:

Although I enjoyed this book I feel the story would have been served better as a full length novel. There are a couple of major issues (that I won't give away) that needed a little more face time in order to be truly believable. As a novella they were dealt with a little too quickly for my liking.

I really liked Willow with her fire, quick mouth and no nonsense attitude but I felt that Austin's character wasn't developed enough to fully appreciate. I wish I could have known a little more of his back story. Again, another reason that a full length novel would have been more enjoyable
As with all novella's that I review, I am keeping this short so that I don't give anything away. If you like a quick and easy read about young love/lust with a lot of descriptive, steamy sex scenes then you should definitely read this novella. At 92 pages you will have it read in no time. I did like it but I think I would have loved it as a full story with all of the gaps filled in.

About the Author
Breena Wilde has been writing for years. She's the international bestselling author of the BLURRED LINES series. She's sold more than five hundred thousand books under another name in the last year. Breena loves to write about love, loss, and the strength of the human spirit.

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