Dreaming Of Snow by Teodora Kostova ~ Book Review by Caroline

Can I just start by saying I loved this!

Frame from snowflakes with space for text Title: Dreaming Of Snow

Author: Teodora Kostova

Publisher: Self Published

Cover Artist: unknown

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars


It’s been a year since Adam and Penn moved in together, and they’ve settled down into their comfortable new life together.
Only…not everything is as perfect as it seems.
Penn is a bit bored after quitting his job at Queen Victoria, and Adam can’t seem to find inspiration for his latest film script.
Jared and Fenix are about to spend their second Christmas in their new home in the picturesque city of Malmö, Sweden. With a beautiful new house and a successful dance studio to run, Jared and Fenix are happy and content.
Only…not everything is as perfect as it seems.
When Jared invites Adam and Penn to spend the holidays with them in Malmö, Adam reluctantly agrees. But the two weeks filled with Christmas shopping, delicious food, fragrant wine, playing in the snow and, most importantly, spending quality time with their closest friends, proves to be exactly what everyone needs.

*Dreaming of Snow is about the characters of Dance and Mask, so reading this novella if you haven’t read those books is not recommended*

**18+ only due to explicit sexual content**

Caroline’s View:

Adam and Penn are almost living the dream – if it wasn’t for Adam’s writers block and the fact that he is a little agoraphobic which leads to him feeling slightly depressed. The perfect solution comes in a skype call from Jared inviting them to Sweden for Christmas. Knowing it would be want Penn wants, and with his aim in life to make Penn happy, Adam agrees and two weeks later they are on their way.

Malmo in Sweden is picture perfect and Fenix and Jared have set up a good life there with a new business and beautiful home. They are still absolutely devoted to each other so Adam doesn’t understand why there seems to be an underlying current of sadness coming from his best friend and his husband.

This book struck me as a kind of epilogue to both Dance and Mask. There are still things to work out between both couples and for two weeks over the Christmas period they have a chance without the stresses of work and everyday life to try and resolve some of these issues.

Some of these issues are small but some are much larger and life changing. We see the four men further cementing their relationships but also planning for the future and with both couples so very much in love they will fight hard for what they want and deserve.

There are some sexy times to be had to and I loved when Adam and Penn got creative with a camera! This is a perfect Christmas treat for anyone that is a fan of Dance and Mask.

Buy Links

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Amazon UK
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I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.

Farewell Giveaway
I have a number of paperbacks, most of which are signed, to giveaway. Over the between now (11 Mar 2017) and 31 Mar 2017, every comment on the blog (this post and all other new posts), will be entered to win 1 of these paperbacks. There are also some misc swag items, so there will be a few packs of these to give away as well.

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3 thoughts on “Dreaming Of Snow by Teodora Kostova ~ Book Review by Caroline

  1. Loved the review, Caroline 😉 I am listening to the audiobook of ‘Dance’ right now and am loving it (who knew how hot and sexy British accents could be *g*). I loved that I could read your review without getting majorly spoiled for the previous books and still really want to read this book, now 😉 I guess, I better spend Christmas binge-reading the rest of this series. Happy Holidays and know that I love and follow your reviews closely <3 *hugs*

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