Snow Angel by Diana Bold

Cobblestone Press

Historical Romance

ISBN: 978-1-60088-204-3

Reviewed by Talia Ricci



Bethany Sinclair is on her way to Texas via stagecoach, and canít help but notice the extremely attractive man riding along.  The chains hanging from his wrists and ankles seem to suggest the man is an outlaw.  Bethany doesnít have time to ponder whether he is innocent or a danger to her, because a horrendous snow storm hits and the stagecoach plows into a ravine.  Freezing cold and stunned, Bethany has no choice other than to trust the only other survivor of the wreck Ė the outlaw.

Zack Price can taste his freedom when the stagecoach overturns in a ravine.  After convincing the innocent beauty to give him the key to his shackles, Zack leaves her to wait on rescue, but the farther away he gets, the worse he feels.  He knows this might be his only chance at freedom, but finds there is no way he can leave Bethany alone to freeze to death.  Against his better judgment, Zack goes back for her, and is glad he did.  She is almost dead from exposure.  Lucky for them he's found a cave in which to hole up.

Zack was the most honorable outlaw I have ever had the pleasure of reading.  His loyalty and determination to make sure Bethany was rescued brought a tear to my eye and a smile to my face.  His falling in love made him seem real and just all-around sexy.  I loved Bethanyís plan to keep Zack alive and well.  I just wish he hadnít waited so long to decide to use it. 

Snow Angel by Diana Bold was a great historical romance.  We had an innocent heroine, an enigmatic hero, and a plot worthy of the best western.  I simply loved it.


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