Ebook ✓ Winter Love MOBI Ú

Ebook ✓ Winter Love MOBI Ú

Winter Love [Reading] ➮ Winter Love ➶ Andrew Grey – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk A Children of Bacchus Story Forced by his father to evict a tenant from forestland he wants to sell, Blayne travels through the storm and meets Roeder Stranded, he stays for the magical night and lear A Children of Bacchus Story Forced by his father to evict a tenant from forestland he wants to sell, Blayne travels through the storm and meets Roeder Stranded, he stays for the magical night and learns that his new lover isn t at all human he s a satyr, and his life is tied to the forest When Blayne leaves the next day, he s determined to do what he can to save the land and Roeder s heart A novella from the Dreamspinner PressAdvent Calendar package Christmas Dreams.


About the Author: Andrew Grey

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10 thoughts on “Winter Love

  1. Kassa Kassa says:

    In this shorter story 60 pages , the action of the book is minimal and contains a lack of realistic conflict The focus is on the quick relationship between Roeder and Blayne and allows the author to ignore most of the problems that could be created with simplistic resolutions Unfortunately none of this is helped by the flat prose that lacks the depth and complexity to convey emotion and intensity While the writing attempts to demonstrate all appropriate emotions, they read as empty and blan In this shorter story 60 pages , the action of the book is minimal and contains a lack of realistic conflict The focus is on the quick relationship between Roeder and Blayne and allows the author to ignore most of the problems that could be created with simplistic resolutions Unfortunately none of this is helped by the flat prose that lacks the depth and complexity to convey emotion and intensity While the writing attempts to demonstrate all appropriate emotions, they read as empty and bland without much interest With the prolonged sex scenes and lack of conflict, this is a very fast read and if you have some interest in satyrs, this story might appeal.Blayne and Roeder fall in love almost at first sight as Blayne traipses up to the mountains in a blizzard to evict the current tenant This of course forces Blayne to be marooned with Roeder for days, allowing them to fall in love and enjoy uninterrupted sex for days Unfortunately most of the conversation takes place off page so we only have the author s assurance that they fell deeply in love with many things in common Aside from several sex scenes and a brief conversation where Roeder confesses his true nature, there was little on page talking Instead most is glossed over with comments about other hot sex, laughing conversation, and fun exploits that would have added to the book if actually shown and not stated For example Three additional, wonderful days with Roeder making love, talking, eating, and laughing together One afternoon, Roeder and I took turns reading my first novel out loud to each other Considering Blayne writes gay erotica for an online publisher, this might have been interesting to see what he came up with as they laughed and enjoyed it but this and other instances of how much fun they had together were just stated and kept off page.Additionally, satyrs are completely accepted and almost commonplace within the world the author has created However, this created world is not any different from a normal, contemporary setting but with a few horns and tails thrown in Not only is Roeder a satyr, a fact of which Blayne never has even a qualm over, but the casual acquaintance Blayne goes to for legal help, Brock, also happens to be a satyr Not to mention the sheriff of the small northern town knows of the secret and has no problems with Roeder being a satyr It s a pretty easy world in which magical creatures are prevalent and accepted This lack of conflict continued with the incredibly obvious and easy resolution to the eviction problem.There is a lot of drama that was attempted in the story, however, the prose and writing was dull and lacked the necessary flair to convey this drama, ultimately reading colorless The sex scenes take up quite a bit of the book and since most of the action happens off page with only a few scenes included, the story is an easy and fast read if forgettable The satyr twist could have been interesting and cleverly handled, but the author chose to go the easy route and offer the most simple and obvious solutions so neither the characters or the reader has to think too much Due to its short length, this was not a bad story to read but unless you re looking for a bland contemporary where one of the lovers has a tail, there s not muchto this


  2. Emily Moore Emily Moore says:

    Blayne hates his father, especially since he is driving in the middle of a snowstorm to do the man s dirty work His father has lots of money which gives him power and control over his children Blayne is being sent to an area of wooded land that his grandfather purchased to evict the tenant that is living there so his father can finalize the sale of the land Blayne isn t happy about this chore but he knows that there is no point in trying to argue When he reaches the land and gets his car stu Blayne hates his father, especially since he is driving in the middle of a snowstorm to do the man s dirty work His father has lots of money which gives him power and control over his children Blayne is being sent to an area of wooded land that his grandfather purchased to evict the tenant that is living there so his father can finalize the sale of the land Blayne isn t happy about this chore but he knows that there is no point in trying to argue When he reaches the land and gets his car stuck in a snowdrift, he finds a small cabin When Blayne meets Roeder he knows immediately that he isn t going to be able to send the man away from his home Blayne feels an immediate connection to Roeder and quickly learns that isto the man than meets the eye After several days of passionate sex, Blayne returns home determine to find a way for Roeder to remain in the house and for Blayne to join him.This is an interesting story with a decidedly supernatural twist I enjoyed the fast pace of the story and especially the steps that Blayne takes when he returns home after meeting Roeder The character of Blayne is quite well developed and the connection between him and Roeder is electric from the moment they meet It quickly leads to some intensely erotic sex and what is most definitely quickly growing into love I found the satyr aspect of the story, and especially Roeder s connection to the forest that he tends quite interesting although I wanted to seeof this in the story This story is very much about Blayne breaking away from his father and taking a stand for what he wants and needs It is an enjoyable story with interesting characters and lots of steamy sex, all the ingredients for a fun read indeed.http emily83176.livejournal.com 424


  3. Elisa Rolle Elisa Rolle says:

    The starting point of this short novel, 65 pages, is the same of the previous long novel by Andrew Grey, Children of Bacchus Blayne is a young man with some family issues who would like to take a break from life He has fond memory of a piece of land, heirloom of his family so when his father asks him to drive up in the snow to evict the tenant of the land, Blayne is not at all happy He has always hoped to receive the land in legacy after his father s death, and instead now his father wants t The starting point of this short novel, 65 pages, is the same of the previous long novel by Andrew Grey, Children of Bacchus Blayne is a young man with some family issues who would like to take a break from life He has fond memory of a piece of land, heirloom of his family so when his father asks him to drive up in the snow to evict the tenant of the land, Blayne is not at all happy He has always hoped to receive the land in legacy after his father s death, and instead now his father wants to sell it.Plus Blayne is even less happy to be forced to evict an old man to the land the man always considered home But when he arrives to the isolated cabin, he doesn t find an old man, but a handsome young guyor less his own age And since Blayne is gay, and Roeder, the handsome guy, is very friendly, they spend the time adding some body warm to what arrives from the fireplace.As I said, Winter Love is almost a condensed story of Children of Bacchus There is no much drama when Blayne discovers that his new lover is not entirely a man, but he is part satyr actually maybe this is a nice novelty Obviously Blayne will do anything necessary to be able to live in peacefully bliss with his satyr lover all this series is about men who manage to reconnect with their inner desires and with the nature, that is a symbol of natural and sincere love If you haven t read Children of Bacchus, Winter Love is a nice appetizer that can stimulate you to try the longer novel.http elisa rolle.livejournal.com 44


  4. Don Bradshaw Don Bradshaw says:

    This was another satyr story but much shorter than the others The story was satisfying but I d like to have seenof the characters from the Children of Bacchus series I suggest reading the other books first to learnabout satyrs.


  5. Anne Anne says:

    What a sweet love story


  6. Antonella Antonella says:

    See review by Kassa


  7. Fernanda Parente Fernanda Parente says:

    loved it so much


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