Snowed Under by Jen Greyson-a review

SNOWED UNDER (Wunderland Series) by Jen Greyson-a review

Snowed Under

$1.99 ebook: Amazon.com / Amazon.ca / Amazon.uk/

ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date april 25, 2014

Hippie + Logger = Enough heat to melt the fiercest Alaskan snow storm.

Cassidy has life all figured out. She’s one semester away from finishing her degree and then she’s off to save Mother Earth. But first, she has to stop the planet-murdering Whetman Logging.

Teague Whetman brought MIT home to the family logging business in Alaska. They’re high-tech artesian. But even his advanced technology can’t handle Cassidy’s handcuffs when she chains herself to the main saw.

When a late-Spring storm hammers the little town of Bear Ridge with eighty inches of snow, Teague and Cassidy must put aside their animosity to battle a power outage, an angry moose, and their own attraction.

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REVIEW: SNOWED UNDER is the contemporary, new adult, erotic romance storyline (novella) from author Jen Greyson. The focus of the story is on environmental activist Cassidy and Alaskan logger Teague Whetman. Cassidy is determined to shut down Whetman operations in Alaska but is unprepared for the storm that rages outside and inside of her heart.

Written from alternating first person POVs (Cassidy and Teague) the premise follows Cassidy as she leaves the warmth of hometown San Diego behind landing in the wilds of Alaska preparing to protest against Whetman Logging. When a fierce winter storm shuts down everyone and everything Cassidy finds herself a reluctant houseguest of the man whose business she was targeting. Enter one angry moose, an avalanche, eight feet of snow, power outages and a shortage of food Cassidy is definitely out of her element.

The attraction between Cassidy and Teague is immediate. Near frostbite, a concussion and a raging moose push Cassidy and Teague closer together but Cassidy is left struggling between her beliefs and her attraction to Teague Whetman. Cassidy’s eyes and her mind will be open to the possibilities that not all logging is an environmental catastrophe waiting to happen. Without controlled logging, many people (and animals) would never survive.

Jen Greyson pulls the reader into a winter wonderland of ice and snow. From the darkened forests of Alaska and the men who work and live the terrain, SNOWED UNDER is a romantic storyline about two people who would never have met under any other circumstances until a feisty young woman protester tugs at the heart of a man who has been without a woman for a very long time.

Copy supplied by the author.

Reviewed by Sandy

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