Arc Review: Snowbound Seduction by Melissa Schroeder
Trevor MacMillian is the tart and incredibly sexy executive chef who's made pastry chef Elaine Masterson's life a living hell. But when she catches him in nothing but a tiny little towel, it's almost enough to make her forget they're stranded in a luxurious mountain cabin together...or that she hates him almost as much as she craves him like a sinfully forbidden dessert.
Being alone in a romantic secluded cabin might just kill Trevor outright. If Elaine hates him now, how much will she hate him if she finds out he's been fantastizing about her full, kissable lips? So Trevor argues with her. Makes her angry—until an intense and unexpected kiss turns their hostility into insatiable hunger. And with this much heat, the snowstorm outside doesn't stand a chance...
This story is short, sweet and right to the point. Sometimes that's a hit or miss for me but I love how Schroeder didn't make me feel like I was cheated on the story.
Trevor and Elaine are partners in a restaurant with another friend but since they met they have been arguing and getting on each other's nerves. When their other partner Mick sets them up to get away little do Trevor and Elaine know that's it's together. Mick hopes they will finally get everything out or end up together.
I love how these two considered that neither of them liked one another when really they both did. All there fighting and getting on one another's nervous was just serious foreplay until they finally got together. I also really liked how they respected each other's talents and knew simple things about one another including their favorite dishes.
The story flowed nicely and the characters were likable. Do I wish there was more to this story? Absolutely, but I tend to be greedy when it comes to the characters and stories I like.
Overall I enjoyed this read and granted its a little like other snowed in books I liked the uniqueness of them being partners and chefs at the same place. These two definitely cooked up something for there HEA.