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Snowbound Paperback – July 29, 2008
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Robyn is forced to return to her home near a world famous ski resort for a reunion where many traumatic memories from her high school years await.
Sean loves his work as a ski patroller but is haunted by repercussions from a very unfortunate illness he endured 2 years previously. This hero is drop dead gorgeous (just look at the book's cover art and you will see what I mean - lol) and epitomizes everything women find so attractive about snow patrollers.
What made this book a keeper for me was that I could identify with the characters, especially Robyn. Larissa spins a beautiful romance between Robyn and Sean filled with conflicts and tension. The attraction between them is electric and the love scenes are sensual and gentle.
Snowbound is one of my favorite contemporary romance stories this year and I highly recommend the read.
I thought this one was a tad bland, which is a bummer because I very much enjoy Ione's Demonica series. Maybe it's just me, because lately when I try a standard contemporary romance, without any danger or paranormal elements, I have a hard time getting excited. I thought the Kindle edition was a great deal (four dollars and change), but I wouldn't recommend buying the paperback for $10. It's just not good enough to justify that price.
Robyn's transformation from the fat strudel-stuffed daughter of the town's bakers, to a thin, successful radio station director might rub readers the wrong way; I'm not saying that being healthy is bad, but the way Robyn obsesses over her weight is a bit depressing. Her desperation to gain acceptance from her high school cohorts was also sad. To me, Robyn represented a lot of those typical female traits that I hate, but I'm forced to acknowledge that it was all plausible and realistic.
Sean is one of those nice guy characters who are pleasant to read. We learn that he was a shallow jerk back in his hey-day, but he's already been humbled by his accident from two years ago.Read more ›
Fabulous... I took it first to past time but I devoured the book in less than an hour.... It's really a wonderful story and I do recommend it... Larissa Ione has a wonderful written style, clear and easy but even more I was touched by the message in this story. It has steamy scene... really steamy one but for me it was mostly a sweet story about acceptance and trust.
Both main protagonists have trouble with self esteem.... Robyn because she was harassed during her childhood because she was obese and studious...she grew up, lost weight, got a good career however when it's time for a reunion with her tormentor she wants to prove herself and is stressed to the point to be ill. So when her ex boyfriend and boss, Damon, cancel his participation to the auction she is organising there at the last minute, it's the disaster for her even more when she see him there....and understand he is just using her and her contacts to have a interview of importance.
Sean Trenton had it all... fame, success, money and groupie available for flings as soon as he wanted...but his dream of winning the gold medal at the Olympics crashed when he received terrible news... and had an accident nearly voluntarily. Now that his sport life is behind him and 2 years later he is healed...having a job as a skiing patroller and paramedic but that part of his life left sequels and Sean doubt himself, refusing to date a woman since he is maimed in his opinion. He is afraid of rejection, when his friend Todd encourages him to date again, he resist until he met Robyn...she is the total opposite of the women he dated in the past and worse she is not jumping on him ignoring his past fame.Read more ›
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Even though the plot is a well travelled path, I enjoyed the characters and the choice of where events take place.Published 19 months ago by Elaine
I have read numerous books by Larissa Ione and found this one to be another good one.
This is a story of a silver medalist who had a medical condition and Robyn who is going... Read more
After reading Larissa Ione's other fantastic works of paranormal romance, I wanted to read one of her first pieces. Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by Nicole
4 stars, a good read for a cold night. Couldn't put it down! Thumbs up to Larissa Ione! Can't wait for the next one!!!Published on November 11, 2012 by Leah Parfait
I just finished Snowbound and I have to say that I really enjoyed it. I'm normally not the biggest fan of contemporary stories, but this one was done really well. Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by Ramblings From This Chick Blog
Larissa Ione is one of my all time favourite paranormal authors (Demonica, Lords of Deliverance & ACRO as Sydney Croft) so I am not surprised I also loved her... Read more
I liked this book and was hooked from page one. The characters were believable and the chemistry between the h/h was hot. Read morePublished on March 11, 2011 by G. Pierce
I have read a lot of hype about this book in the erotica reviews. When I finally got my hands on a copy of this book, I was excited to jump into the story. Read morePublished on November 15, 2010 by A. Jacobs
3.5, actually. I've seen so much of the ski scene in contemporary romances that maybe I'm getting "jaded"? Read morePublished on September 25, 2010 by Marie T.