Saturday, June 3, 2017

Arctic Heat by TT Kove

Title: Arctic Heat the Complete Collection
Series: Northern Lights, Northern Skies, and Northern Nights
Author: TT Kove
Publisher: Arctic Circle Press
Genre and Pairing: MM, Contemporary
Pages : 718
Reviewer Name: Redz








Publisher Blurb
All three Arctic Heat novels together in one collection.

Varg doesn’t particularly want to go to Svalbard, but it seems if he’s ever going to meet his best friend again, he has to. Because Andreas has settled down into his new job and his new life, and he doesn’t have time to come visit Varg in Oslo to have some fun.
So there’s only one option—Varg has to go to him. Except there’s shit-all to do in an arctic wasteland. But he hadn’t expected Jonathan.

Jonathan fucks around with everyone—that’s not a secret. So when Andreas’s small, slender, eyeliner-wearing friend comes for a visit, he’s not opposed to a little tumble in bed, no matter how annoying he thinks Varg is. But Jonathan’s got one rule: no kissing. It’s just that Varg doesn’t like playing by the rules.

Neither wants something more than a fling—but what they want isn’t always what they get. Lines blur and rules fly out the window, except it is only temporary; Varg has a life to get back to and Jonathan’s got a business to run.

But when their hearts have been dragged into it, what then? 


Arctic Heat is a collection of three novels that follows the romantic relationship between two very different men.


Review
Arctic Heat the complete collection contains the following stories. Northern Lights, Northern Skies, and Northern Nights. They are all told by author TT Kove. They are in alternating POV.
I liked getting the POV of both of the characters, this helps me to see the mindset of each person a little more intimately than just having one POV.
I also liked the love that Varg and Jonathan have for each other. It really shines through the entire series.
Jonathan is older, more guarded in his emotions. In the first book he really fights being in a relationship. He learns throughout both books to trust Varg more and more. Though the last story made me wanna slap him one for not telling Varg his secret sooner. But he does make a ton of emotional progress throughout all the stories.
Varg he is very high strung. Young, likes to party. He has to learn not to be self centered and think of others once in a while. But his growth is really leaps and bounds. I love where he is by the time the third story is told. He matures into a remarkable man anyone would want as a partner.
Over all these stories take you on a great story arc of all the characters. I want Varg's brother to have a story now. I think there is a deep one there and I would love to read it.
This book kept a smile on my face and I adored reading it. 

                      Five Shooting Stars
 


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