Title: Snow Play
Author: Barbara Elsborg
Rating: Five Siren Stones
Genre: Contemporary Romance
ISBN E-Book: 978-1419928635
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Reviewer: Yvette Lowe
Single on a couples’ getaway? Not the way to spend a vacation skiing the Alps.
Allie, the odd woman out, leaves the couples behind as she takes a tour under a glacier and ends up trapped in the dark. Cold and alone, she resigns herself to a night of misery. But when Zach finds unclaimed skis after the mountain has closed, he follows his instincts and charges to the rescue, bringing more than a helping hand.
He brings enough heat to melt the polar icecaps and change her life forever.
Allie feels like the fifth wheel on her getaway with her friends, so while off on a cave exploration she is left behind and while trying to get out she finds herself trapped. With no help in site she starts to wonder if she is hearing things when Zach finds her. Zach knew that his gut feeling was right when he saw the skis on the side of the building, and when he finds Allie he is so mesmerized by her he almost forgets she is trapped. But Zach has a lot of secrets and no matter what his heart says he is scared that Allie won't be able to see past them.
Barbara Elsborg has written a wonderfully sweet story about a guy who is trying to hide from the world while he has some R&R, and was not expecting to find a wonderful "for keeps" type of woman. Allie is a funny, laugh out loud, sweet woman who isn't looking for forever, but is so very excited when she feels like she has found it. This is a great quickie story if you are in the mood to put a smile on your face, you will want to make this a must read.