Review: Coming in from the Cold by Sarina Bowen

Posted July 11, 2015 by Wil in Reviews / 0 Comments

Review: Coming in from the Cold by Sarina BowenComing in from the Cold (Gravity, #1) by Sarina Bowen
on March 13th 2015
Pages: 208
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He can't have her. And he can't tell anyone why.
Ski racer Dane "Danger" Hollister does not do relationships, though he keeps his reason a secret. The real-life curse he's inherited from his mother will eventually cost him everything: his place on the Olympic ski team, his endorsement income, and his ability to fly downhill at top speed.
Reluctant country girl Willow Reade meets Dane by accident. Literally. Her skidding truck forces him off the road during a blizzard. Stranded together in his Jeep as night falls, the two loneliest people in Vermont find themselves sharing more than they'd planned. And not just conversation.
Yet neither can guess how their unlikely tryst will threaten Dane's frightening secret and Willow's tentative peace with her own choices. Only mutual trust and understanding can end their pain and give them a hard won shot at love.

I really loved this book.

Hot athlete: check
Sexy times: check
Strong heroine: check
Broken hero: check

I really love sports related romances and Sarina Bowen is incredible at writing them. Her attention to detail when describing sports related scenes is amazing, it makes you feel like you are part of the action. Anyways, this is a beautiful love story, the characters are flawed and conflicted, just like real life. Their connection is amazing and you can feel it since the first moment they interact. Dane is frustrating at times but he gets the benefit of the doubt because it would be really hard to be on his shoes. Plus, he redeems himself in the most beautiful way. This is a great, fast read and I super recommend it.

**An ARC was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review**



About Sarina Bowen

Sarina Bowen is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance. She lives in Vermont’s Green Mountains with her family, six chickens and too much ski gear and hockey equipment.

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