HEART AND SNOW                                      SUZAN BUTLER
Posted:  Feb. 13, 2014

Heart and Snow by Suzan/S.M. Butler  Star goalie Cody Baker has the life he’s always dreamed of since he was a child. Not only does he get to play hockey in the national league, he managed to marry the perfect woman to support his dream. But now his wife is pregnant, his long-absent father wants to reconnect, and just like that, Cody loses control of the game.

Babies are the furthest thing from Josephina Baker’s mind. Thanks to failed birth control, Jo’s perfect life is in tatters. Bye-bye overseas vacations. So long, wild, sheet-scorching nights after road trips. Adieu lovely evenings out with the girls. Hello, morning sickness, long sleepless nights, and dirty diapers.

Spending the holidays with family only strains their already stressed relationship. Their red-hot marriage is as cold as snow lately and only the fire in their hearts can thaw it out.

This story takes place in Texas and is about a young couple who has been married for 10 years and find themselves pregnant. Cody the hockey player and goalie for the team is at odds with himself because he feels he will not be a good father since his father was never around when he was growing up and like himself was a hockey player. His wife Jo is trying to give him the strength and courage he needs to overcome his fears while she is going through her own set of emotions. On top of all of that the team is making a push for the playoffs and she is planning a trip to her parents’ home. This is a good story with a lot of emotions and the author really gets to the pressure points of any young couple that is expecting their first child. Then you put family and friends on top of all of that and you have the makings of a really good story. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, having never read anything by her before I was happy with it. I got this book from net galley.

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