Romantic Times calls Laura Florand's writing "sensuous and
sumptuous", awarding her their Seal of Excellence, and NPR says it's
"explosive, sensual . . . and utterly sweet".
Now the internationally bestselling author of The Chocolate Thief takes us to a snow-kissed Christmas cabin for
this heart-wrenching tale of love, loss, forgiveness—and hope. After the utter
destruction of her marriage and her happiness, Kai knew it was better to shut
herself away from the world than to hurt and be hurt. Holed up in her mountain
cabin, she planned to spend her Christmas alone. Until her not-quite-ex-husband
shows up as the first flakes start to fall. Now should she send him back out
into the cold? Or can she be brave enough to let this winter snow bind them
back together and let them have a second chance at love?
Once they had been the happiest couple in the world. Once serious, restrained
Kurt had fallen hard for a laughing, easy-going woman who filled their lives
But when loss struck them, Kai went
down under the avalanche of grief. She threw their marriage away, and she left
him, fleeing the world for this cabin high in the mountains.
Now, snowbound over Christmas, he
has to convince her that while she may have lost everything else, she never
lost him. Now he has to show her the true strength of one man’s love.
(A novella of 34,000 words, approx.
Praise for Laura Florand and her novels
“Emotionally intense.” Publishers Weekly
“So romantic and sexy.” USAToday.com
"It's like when you find that
amazing piece of chocolate -- you take a bite, and it sits on your tongue and
melts into a pool of liquid heaven." - RT Book Reviews
"I adored this story...Paris,
chocolate, and romance, all in one hilarious package."--New York Times bestselling
author Eloisa James
"Seriously, get this book. Thank me later. Once you wash the melted
chocolate off your hands..." - USA Today bestselling author Donna
Laura Florand was born in Georgia and is an international bestselling romance author. Her books have selected by NPR for their Top 100 Romance list, nominated for RT Reviewers¿ Choice Best Book of the Year, starred reviews from Publishers Weekly and Library Journal.