Friday, May 28, 2010

A Blanket of Bitter Frost by Phillippa Grey-Gerou & Emery Sanborne

Title: A Blanket of Bitter Frost

Author: Phillippa Grey-Gerou & Emery Sanborne

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books

Publication Date: 2010

ISBN: 978-1-59578-663-0

Genre: paranormal romance

Length: 92 pages

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Rating: 4 Diamonds

Heat Level: Sensual

Other: m/m/f, m/m

Reviewer: Brecken Stevens

Date: May 28, 2010

Graeme Shepherd has given up his life as a practicing sorcerer in favor of teaching college in a sleepy Pennsylvania with his girlfriend. He might be in a rut, but he’s happy in it. Then odd things begin to happen. His girlfriend Diana and lover from the past, Peter Oberon, come to his side and the magic Graeme has given up may be the only thing to save him.

A Blanket of Bitter Frost is the third in a series of novellas by Grey-Gerou and Sanborne, though can definitely be read alone and greatly appreciated. I enjoyed the basic message contained in such a compact book about learning to communicate with the ones you love when hiding behind words and sarcasm isn’t an option. I haven’t read the other two in the series, but I sure want to. The ménage and m/m scenes were graphic but affectionate, my personal favorite combination which makes it a smooth and enjoyable read for most people. I give A Blanket of Bitter Frost four diamonds and look forward to picking up Grey-Geron and Emery’s backlists.

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