Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Snowfire: Chance of a Lifetime by L Shannon

Snowfire: Chance of a Lifetime
by L. Shannon

cover art by Reneé George
ISBN (13): 978-1-60521-144-2
Genre(s): Paranormal, Dark Fantasy, Hot Flashes
Theme(s): Ménage, Gay and Lesbian
Series: Snowfire Multi-Author Series
Length: Hot Flash


The perfect gift, one hunk of an ex-lover wrapped in cuffs and a red leather bow set in a snow-filled corner of hell...

But will the gift be accepted in the spirit it was given? Or will the gift tear their love apart?

This title is fifth in the Chance series, preceded by A Snowball's Chance, Second Chance, Another Chance, and Games of Chance.


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“Chance, we have a problem.”
Groaning, Chance focused his thoughts across the realms to see just what Brandon thought was wrong now. What’s wrong?
“Josh isn’t coming home tonight. The whole condo is set up with candles, streamers and confetti. Josh put a lot of time into arranging this for you, but the planes in New York are grounded. He can’t get home. He’s going to be crushed.”
Chance stole a glance at the condo through Brandon’s eyes and in the process caught a good solid taste of Brandon’s jealousy. He was touched by the effort that had gone into the preparations. He’d known from the beginning that Josh was the kind to care deeply, but this evidence just proved it.
He was in love with a hopeless romantic.
Stretching out on the bed he couldn’t help grinning at Josh and the weird thing they had together. How he wished he could be there, and everything could have been just as Josh wanted. But alas pops had him restricted to Abaddon and he couldn’t get to the condo even if Josh had been there waiting.
“What do you want me to do?”
Do? He didn’t know. He’d just have to wait until Josh got back and then they could celebrate properly. Go home, Brandon. There’s nothing we can do.
“What?” Annoyance echoed back across their connection. “Didn’t take you for a quitter, Chance. Instead of just accepting it, isn’t it more your style to make the situation work in your favor?”
If you have a suggestion, spit it out.
“If you can drag me to hell, why not take Josh, too?”
Ahhh… I could kiss you.
“Sounds good to me.”
Gather up Josh’s celebration and bring it all with you. The moment you get back here, I’ll kiss your socks off. Chance looked around the small apartment and tried to visualize the space with the festive additions. It wouldn’t be the same as Josh’s. But maybe it would be enough. His one regret was not having a hot tub to play in. But his huge bed would have to do. The bed actually took up most of his living area. The one large room held the entertainment center, the kitchenette, and his ancient four poster monstrosity. The room had a smallish bathroom and that was it. What more did he need?
Better grab any grub Josh has there too. I don’t have much here.
“Already got it. I’m ready to come back when you are.” Brandon’s voice jumped up an octave as he drew him back across the realms. This time he managed to deposit Brandon more gently. Only then did he realize the problem. He couldn’t bring Josh to Abaddon without making the first trip to Abaddon scary as hell. The mental connection might help but… “You have to go to New York to get Josh.”
Brandon’s mouth dropped open.
“No, never mind. That won’t work. If you get him, it’ll give away the surprise. Damn, I’ll have to ask George for a favor.”


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