Adult, Contemporary Romance, M/M
Two months ago Frey moved to Svalbard, and Jørgen hasn't been able to stop thinking about him since. But every time he thinks about asking Frey out, the fear that fills Frey's eyes stops him. If keeping his distance keeps Frey from being afraid, then so be it. Frey moved to Svalbard because it was supposed to be safe. He wasn't supposed to fall in love, and he definitely wasn't supposed to keep running into poachers.
3 out of 5 (good)
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After arriving on Svalbard 2 months ago, Frey has had his mind occupied by Jorgen. But Frey ran to Svalbard to be safe. Can he be safe with Jorgen?? I was given this book by NetGalley for an honest review. This, I felt, was the weakest of the three books in this series. Frey has a story to tell, and it isn't told so well. Lots of hints as to whats happened to him, and why he ran to Svalbard, but when it comes down to it, it just sorta goes pfft. I did like the way Jorgen dealt with Frey's history, the gentle, loving manner in which he managed to coax Frey out of his shell. But thats all I can say about it. Whether it was the length, or the delivery, I don't know, it just did not quite work for me. 3 stars
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