Review: Whiteout

Whiteout
Whiteout by Cambria Hebert
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I shut the door and waited to see what she would do. To my surprise she lowered the gun but kept it in her hands. “I’ll give you five minutes to explain.”

I opened my mouth to begin but she held up a hand. “First let me get you some pants.”

Alone in a world of white, Tristan was left to die. Was supposed to die, until Grace and a little red sled saved him. Caring for him without knowing what he truly is, Grace finds out the hard way that things just aren’t as they seem.

This tidy little story is full of romance and the holiday spirit, just in time for Christmas. The characters are surprisingly developed for such a short story, allowing the reader to share the pain of Tristan and cheer for Grace and her shotgun.

Action, suspense, romance and warm bread all wrapped into a short story that will leave you asking for more.

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