Northern Lights (Arctic Love: Book 2)
Title: Northern Lights (Arctic Love: Book 2)
Author: T.T. Kove
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Length: 78 pages
Rating: B List
Blurb: Varg doesn’t particularly want to go to Svalbard, but with both his brother and best friend living there, it’s the most sensible place for a holiday. He certainly doesn’t expect Jonathan, though he’s not opposed to spending his holiday madly in lust. There are definitely worse ways to stay warm in the arctic until he goes home …
Review: We are back in Longyearbyen, Svalbard with our lovers Andreas and Christian and this story centers around their best friends Varg and Jonathan.
Varg is small and thin in stature, but huge in attitude, snark and heart. He’s been missing his twin, Frey and his best friend, Andreas since they moved to Svalbard from Oslo. So when he takes his vacation there’s really nowhere else he wants to go. He didn’t expect to meet Jonathan or fall in love.
Jonathan is such a jerk. He has shut down and he doesn’t really let anyone but Christian in. We get his backstory and begun to see that he has been hurt and withdrawn emotionally from the people around him to prevent future damage to his heart. He figures if he acts only for his own interests and pleasures he can protect himself. So he uses his good looks and acts like the biggest, grumpiest, meanest and rudest ass possible. And it works.
Then a little spitfire comes into his life and while Varg falls easily into Jonathan’s bed he also charms his way into Jonathan’s heart. Varg doesn’t take any of Jonathan’s crap. He snarks right back and he stands up to him when Jonathan goes too far. They really do suit each other very well.
A good addition to a series that is fun, sweet and sexy. I was glad to get Varg and Jonathan’s story and am looking forward to reading about Frey and Jorgen next.
Reviewed by Nina