Dean Chapman canít figure out where heís
gone wrong when it comes to his friend. Heís known Jay for
years and the two men were once very close. Dean always
wanted to get something started between himself and Jayís
sister, April. One day he was walking in town and grabbed the
gorgeous Reid while she was in front of him for a deep,
passionate kiss. Only, it wasnít April he was kissing, it was
Jay Reid is in love with Dean. He knows
itís only going to hurt him in the long run, but he canít stop
his feelings for the insufferably frustrating man. When Dean
finds out how Jay really feels about him, Jay just wants to
hide somewhere. He canít face Dean after this.
Inexplicably, Dean is drawn to Jay after
he finds out about his feelings. When he sneaks into Jayís
apartment one night and gives in to his curiosity, things
change between them. Now, Dean must face questions about his
sexuality and Jay must face the possibility that he may never
get to be with the man he has always loved.
Sharon Maria Bidwell has penned an
exceptional tale in Snow Angel, one that
resonated with me long after I finished it. At times the
emotions were so intense, so painful, that it was hard for me
to read, but then I would turn the page and find something
incredible to keep me going. Dean initially flip-flops
between being a jerk and being a sweet and caring friend. He
often acts before he fully thinks and his actions with Jay
prove that. Jay is achingly vulnerable when it comes to Dean,
but he is strong enough to know who he really is and what he
really wants. April is a fitting addition to the cast Ė even
when I wanted to strangle her Ė furiously protective of her
brother but willing to do anything to have him get his wish.
I loved every minute of reading Snow Angel, and
I highly recommend it.