A new voice to an old story...

A Fortunate Blizzard - L.C. Chase

A new voice to an old story...

 

The story...

I first read this story when it was released last year and my feelings after listening to the audio book haven't changed so in regards to the story I'll stick with my original rating of 5 stars and my review...

I honestly thought I was prepared for this book...nope not even close. Somewhere around the point where Marcus admits to Trevor that he wants there to be more between them than just a simple hook-up and I started crying and there was no turning the waterworks off no matter how hard I tried. I don't remember the last time a book hit me this hard and tied me into knots emotionally. I'm not even sure the time I wanted an HEA so desperately for a couple.

 

Trevor and Marcus were two pieces of a puzzle made for each other. Each bringing what the other is missing to the relationship. The passion that existed between these two men literally jumped off of the page and grabbed my heart and I'm not just talking sex here...although that was pretty hot too.

 

At the core of this book is the very definition of the spirit of the holiday season. Faith, love, hope and family. 'A Fortunate Blizzard' is one of those rare books that I know I won't ever forget and quite possibly the best Christmas read of this holiday season and if not the best I can't imagine it won't be one of my top 5.

 

Needless to say when the chance came to listen to the audio book I once again found myself curious to listen to it and see if I would become as emotionally invested in the audio book as I did the e-book.

 

I honestly thought this was going to be a bit of a daunting task for the narrator for a couple of reasons the first one being that I've read the story and I know what's going to happen, I'm ready for it this time, right? Apparently not so much. The second reason being I haven't listened to this author before so I wasn't even sure that I'd like him enough to stay engaged in the story...again this turned out to not be a problem. Nick J. Russo kept me engaged from start to finish and yes, he reduced me to tears. While I liked the narrators interpretation of the story as a whole it was his interpretation of the MCs, Marcus and Trevor's voices that I connected the most strongly with.  The voice that Mr. Russo gave these men really clicked with the voices that I felt these men would have.

 

'A Fortunate Blizzard' may have been one of last year's releases but listening to the audio book was still a nice way to start off this year's holiday stories for me.

 

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An Audio ARC of 'A Fortunate Blizzard' was graciously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.