[EPUB] ✹ North of Need ✾ Laura Kaye – Survivingtheholocaust.us

North of NeedRead North Of Need Author Laura Kaye Bystricepodhostynem.eu While Attempting To Escape The Agonizing Memories She Associates With Christmas, Twenty Nine Year Old Widow Megan Snow Builds A Snow Family Outside The Mountain Cabin She Once Shared With Her Husband And Collapses In Tears Against The Snowman At The Sight Of What She Ll Never Have Called To Life By The Power Of Megan S Tears, Snow God Owen Winters Appears Unconscious On Her Doorstep In The Midst Of A Raging Blizzard As She Nurses Him To Health, Owen Finds Unexpected Solace In Her Company And Unimagined Pleasure In The Warmth Of Her Body, And Vows To Win Her Heart For A Chance At Humanity Megan Is Drawn To Owen S Mismatched Eyes, Otherworldly Masculinity, And Enthusiasm For The Littlest Things, And Her Heart Opens Enough To Believe He S A Christmas Miracle But This Miracle Comes With An Expiration Before The Snow Melts And The Temperature Rises, Megan Must Let Go Of Her Widow S Grief And Learn To Trust Love Again, Or She Ll Lose Owen Forever.

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  1. says:

    3 Not What I Expected Stars There will definitely be huge SPOILERS I have to admit that after reading the BLURB and seeing the hunk on the cover I expected this to be some kind of Alpha, Immortal Warrior PNR There is nothing in the premise to suggest it but come on, you see a half naked guy in the cover, you read the words PNR and Greek Gods and your next thoughts are When are the daggers coming out That s what I get for not reading reviews before I pick up a book, because this book was completely romance focused, had zero action and while the guy was sweet he wasn t exactly Alpha material So I don t know if my completely average rating 3 is a reflection of the book or of the fact that it wasn t what I expected going in.The book is cute and sweet and a little cheesy, which is usually not a problem with me but this time I was a tiny bit bored There was the PNR angle but it really read like Chick Lit, what with the heroine trying to get over her husband s death and the guy being there for her all cute and understanding There were a few glitches though.1 The whole Your dead husband sent me so you can be happy again and get over his death angle was creepy Listening the voice of your dead husband urging you to love a new guy is freaking CREEPY 2 The insta love was HEAVY The hero was in love with the heroine practically from the moment he met her and the heroine ...


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    North of Need had me at the cover I don t think a woman alive would argue that the man isn t hot But what kept me eagerly clicking the button on my kindle, so emotionally tied to the story and needing to see what happens next, was Laura Kaye s amazing characters.Megan has to be one of the best written protagonists I ve seen in a long time The story really only has two characters she talks on the phone with a few family members and friends, and later in the story a couple other characters make brief appearances, but the heart and majority of this story centers on Megan and Owen And in the beginning, it s just Megan In my opinion, to ask your readers to hang out with only one person and want to keep turning the pages without the lovely distraction various minor characters can bring you have to have a main character who is relatable, lovable, endearing, and have at least a touch of wit which in this story could ve been difficult since Megan was so heartbroken in the beginning But in the talented hands of Laura Kaye, I didn t even realize until the story was over how few characters there were I wanted to hang out with Megan I wanted to be her friend And when Owen appeared on the scene, I completely rooted for her to risk her heart again.Owen was an awesome love interest Sexy, strong, compassionate, with just a touch of innocence, he swept me off my fee...


  3. says:

    A cute, sexy romance perfect for the holidays But something that happens with Owen that makes me go hmmThe heroine Megan is mourning the death of her beloved husband after 2 years To stop from becoming too depressed on the anniversary of his death, she makes a snowman The snowman transforms into the hero, Owen, who is also a god But, i...


  4. says:

    3.5 Stars I know what this sounds like, Megan, but I was sent here For you He released a deep breath A Christmas gift, of sorts This is exactly what Megan Snow needs after grieving the death of her husband, for the last two years heck I wouldn t mind this kind of gift either Megan is keeping up tradition by spending Christmas in a cabin out in the snowy woods, just like she always did with her late husband Megan can t stop thinking on what she may never feel again true love and companionship To get her mind off her grief she tries to busy herself by making a snowman This turns into making a snowman, snow woman, and snow child When Megan realizes she s made a family, she breaks down into tears, thinking of all she lost, and may never experience However, little does she know that her tears and silent pleas do not go unnoticed Someone has heard, and plans to bring Megan happiness and peace One hunky Owen Winters coming up Owen show up a Megan s door at night, passed out with no boots o...


  5. says:

    4.5 Snowflake, Snowman Teddy Stars.Imagine yourself waking up on Christmas morning, you slip downstairs, and find a present under the tree, you have no idea who sent it or where it came from, but when you open it, imagine to your surprise that it is that one thing you have been secretly lusting after, but haven t told anyone that you actually wanted North of Need is just that, an unexpected and totally re...


  6. says:

    When I am in the right mood, I plan to read this Not a fan of deceased spouse tropes, but this storyline still appeals to me.


  7. says:

    I had initially given this a Goodreads rating of liked it , but after I was made aware of some things I ve decided to remove my previous ratings for this author and put the original reviews under a spoiler tag I will not be reading anything further by this author view spoiler Original review Books on my Yum Cotton Candy Reads Shelf are just that Hot, light, and fluffy like freshly spun cotton candy at a fun park Sure, it s not perfect or even good for me, but it s damn enjoyable Okay I really do like this author In fact, as demonstrated by my gushing review, Hearts in Darkness is my all time fave novella This one though I didn t love the Frosty retelling premise but the idea of elemental nature gods was new to me and worked well My biggest issue however, was the saccharine sweet hero Now don t get me wrong, I don t prefer alpha...


  8. says:

    3.75Fun read for


  9. says:

    Megan Snow, still grieving the loss of her husband two years ago on Christmas day in a car accident, heads to the mountain cabin she and John shared to spend the anniversary of his death in solitude She heads outside, deciding she needs the physical activity to stop her mind from remembering John and how his death was her fault In the middle of a blizzard, she builds a snow family A snowman with mismatched eyes, a black knit cap and John s old flannel shirt Next she builds a snow woman and the child But it s the snowman that calls to her broken heart Seeing John s things on the snowman, she breaks down clinging to the snowman.It s Megan s grief that sends Snow God, Owen, to help her But she also is his chance at humanity If he can get Megan to admit her love for him, before the snow melts, then he ll be able to stay with her forever But for Owen, winning over Megan must be done is days instead of the weeks he thought he had He ll charm her, woo her and worship her body like it s never been worshiped before But can he show Megan that she should give up her grief and start living life again Laura Kaye is fast becomi...


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    This was a beautiful sweet story It wasn t hard to guess what was going on, it wasn t even hard to guess what was going to happen in the end It was a sweet romance through and through and I loved it.Owen was an entirely different kind of hero than what we get now a days Gentlemen, caring, his words You needed me and I am here for you have not been read by me coming from a ...

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