Snowed In by Sarah Title

February 15th, 2015 Kimberly Review 40 Comments

15th Feb
Snowed In by Sarah Title
Snowed In
by Sarah Title
Series: Southern Comfort,
Published by: Kensington
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Source: Publisher
Purchase: Amazon
Rating: One StarOne StarOne StarOne Star

There’s nothing like a hot kiss on a cold day…Librarian Maureen O’Connell might have predicted she’d find herself crying into the ice cream case at the supermarket after a bad breakup—but she definitely never imagined that a guy hot enough to melt the Rocky Road would flirt with her right there in the freezer aisle. Only Gavin Fraser isn’t a fantasy, he’s a mouth-watering new flavor… When a freak snowstorm strands Maureen at Gavin’s after just one date, it’s a perfect excuse for something a lot steamier than hot chocolate in front of the fire. It’s definitely lust. Can it also be love?

I was drawn to Snowed In first by the cover and had to have it when I realized the main character was a librarian. It turns out Snowed In is a novella in the Southern Comfort series. It was not numbered so I went with 2.5 based on release dates. Snowed In reads like a standalone and had me picking up the first two books. Snow, banter, romance and side characters you will be dying to meet.

Espresso Review of Snowed In

Give me a small-town setting and a hilarious set up and you will have me smiling. In Snowed In, Title introduces us to Maureen O’Connell ogling ice cream at the local supermarket after a bad breakup. She is not dressed to impress so of course a handsome, mouth-watering, Irish God decides to buy ice cream. Gavin Frasier could melt more than her ice cream and I adored their initial encounter. It made me giggle:snort causing those around me to stare. The tale that unfolds delivers humor in the form of banter and secondary characters. Gavin’s elderly next-door neighbor was a hoot. I hope I am having that much fun at her age. A snowstorm traps our couple, which led to some delicious heat. While we could have fallen into the insta-love trap, Title kept it real and I was quite happy with the outcome. Now of course I want to go back and read Kentucky Home and Home Sweet Home.

About Sarah Title

Sarah Title has worked as a barista, a secretary, a furniture painter, and once managed a team of giant walking beans. She currently leads a much more normal life as a librarian in West Virginia. Kentucky Home is her first novel.

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Kimberly is a coffee loving book addict who reads and listens to fictional stories in all genres. She's a self-professed Whovian, as well as a Supernatural, and Sherlock Holmes junkie, She enjoys sharing books, tips, recipes and hosting the Sunday Post. The coffee is always on and she is ready to chat...Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

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40 Responses to “Snowed In by Sarah Title”

    • kimbacaffeinate

      It was the cover that drew you right? This was fun and I loved the secondary characters.

    • kimbacaffeinate

      It was Shelia, I loved the secondary characters and snow storms

  1. Karla

    Love that cover too! Sounds like my kind of read. Wonderful review…thanks!

    • kimbacaffeinate

      I love the couples trapped trope and the hilarious secondary characters was a bonus

    • kimbacaffeinate

      Yep, I love the cover too, and with all the snowstorms this is perfect reading material.

  2. Ramona

    Sounds like the perfect accessory for a steaming cup of hot chocolate, a roaring fire and a chilly evening ( of which, we’ve had so many lately I may as well go ahead and buy this book…) Excellent review.

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    • kimbacaffeinate

      Right..I loved the cover and her occupation made me smile 🙂

    • kimbacaffeinate

      Between the librarian and the cover I was I love the idea of a shelf just for these type books…clever my friend

    • kimbacaffeinate

      LOL, thankfully we avoided any kind of accumulation but other states not so much:)