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Adult, Contemporary Romance, M/M
Varg doesn't particularly want to go to Svalbard, but with both his brother and best friend living there, it's the most sensible place for a holiday. He certainly doesn't expect Jonathan, though he's not opposed to spending his holiday madly in lust. There are definitely worse ways to stay warm in the arctic until he goes home ...
3 out of 5 (good)
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This book follows on from Polar Nights, and its helpful to get the full Jonathon experience if you read that one first, but not necessary. Again, a fast paced, short book, which did not seem as rushed as Polar Nights, to me anyway. Although the time frame for the book is only 3 weeks, neither Varg or Jonathon was quite prepared for what happened. I did like that Jonathon was as shocked as anyone else, that he fell in love so quickly, it made him somewhat more likable. IN Polar Nights he came across as a bit of a bad lad, even in here, he tries to pull that off, but cant quite keep up the bad lad image when falling so fast and so hard for Varg. We also get some Andreas and Christian and also a little hint or two to Frey, and why he moved there in the first place, but we still havent gotten to the bottom of that. Maybe in the next book we will. A slightly higher rating than book one, this gets a 3.5 star rating.
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