Review: White Out by Linda Howard

Format: E-bookwhiteout
Read with: Amazon Kindle
Length: Novella
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Upon A Midnight Clear Series
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Hero: Tanner Price
Heroine: Hope Bradshaw
Sensuality: 2.5
Date of Publication: November 29, 1999
Started On: June 17, 2010
Finished On: June 18, 2010

Believe me, once you get addicted to Linda Howard’s writing style, you would find it difficult to let go. It happened to me once before, when I first realized how great a writer she is. And of course the wonderful alpha male heroes that she creates with strong heroines who don’t grate on your nerves by their simpering idiosyncrasy or trying to prove that they are as good as the next guy bodes well with me.

This too is a short story, pretty short I would say, in fact shorter than the book that I reviewed the last time. Anyhow this story is centered around Hope Bradshaw who has been widowed for five long years during which she has devoted most of her time taking care of her dead husband Dylan’s dreams.

The story kicks off when a fierce blizzard is brewing up and Hope is alone at home with her faithful dog Tinkerbell as a companion when a stranger shows up in the midst of the snowstorm barely alive. Hope saves his life and before she knows it, she has given into the quick and hot attraction that flares up between the two.

But news from the outside world intrudes in on the couple making Hope doubt that Tanner is who he claims to be. Scared that he might be one of the escaped convicts the media was reporting about, Hope takes matters into her own hands and finally figures out who  the villain and who the hero is before this short story is through.

Purchase Links: Amazon | Barnes&Noble

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