Sunninghill Snow
By Lacey
Sep 1, 2007 - 5:18:56 AM

Celebrating her one year divorce, Kay Macara decided to take a trip to London with the intentions of speaking at a book fair for the purposed Author Day and to spend some much needed time with her friends. Writing as the famous Jade Rumor, erotic novelist, she’s a bit nervous about revealing her true identity to the world. Little does she know though, that’s the least of her worries. Once she gets there, the airport loses her luggage, a blizzard is on its way, and the most gorgeous, tempting man comes back into her life—literally a blast from her past.

Bryce McKendrick broke Kay’s heart ten years ago. He arrives at their mutual friend’s cottage, after hurting himself on his morning run, only to spot Kay in a black panty set and nothing else. Being one of London’s most eligible bachelors, he never suspected Kay’s wistful smile would bring a cringe of regret. Old feelings surface beyond control and Bryce finds himself stranded with this beauty as a snowstorm covers the small village of Sunninghill.


In one snowbound weekend, alone with each other and their mutual friend’s unruly cat, they spend their time enjoying a wild sled ride, as well as the comfort and warmth of each other’s arms. Being together should call for a recipe of disaster…or hot inevitable passion that the two can’t deny, even after ten years spent apart.


What could be a more perfect way to spend a snowbound weekend that with a hot British hunk who is charming and caring at the same time? Christine London delves into the world of her characters like no other author I’ve read. The story is highly sensual, while being tasteful, making SUNNINGHILL SNOW a wonderful read. I look forward to Ms. London’s future works.

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