Shawn is a single dad of a sweet bouncy little girl, Clementine. Clementine has a hamster named Charlie, and Charlie seems to be sick…sick enough that Shawn finds himself driving to the local vet to get Charlie some help.
Logan is new in town, hailing from Florida. Currently living in a hotel while his new home is finished, he’s going to be experiencing his first snowstorm. But first, Logan has to take care of a new patient…and a panicked little girl and her hot father.
Once the issue with Charlie is taken care of, Shawn hustles Clem out of the office so she can get to her grandparents’ house before the big storm gets bad. Logan herds his dog, Bailey, into his truck because he wants to get the keys to his new house in anticipation of moving in. He’s supposed pick them up at his neighbor’s house, and guess who that neighbor is? Shawn!
As the men chat, the snow really picks up, and Logan is stuck. Shawn invites him to stay at his house until it’s safe for him to leave. The more time they spend together, it becomes obvious there is a spark between the men. One thing leads to another, and now they have to decide if they belong together, or if it was just a snowy fluke.
What a sweet little novella this is! I have a thing for snowed in stories. There are always so many possibilities to be had, and they are almost always adorable. Snowed In: Shawn and Logan is no exception. It was charming, funny, and sexy, and it was the perfect way to help me relax before heading to bed.
Shawn and Logan are a pair of great guys. Shawn adopted Clementine after her mother (Shawn’s sister) passed away and, for all intents and purposes, he’s her father. Logan has moved from Florida to Missouri and is making friends and growing to love his new hometown. Together, their chemistry is off the hook. There’s a spark right from the beginning and that spark quickly ignites into a huge flame that burned through my Kindle.
It’s a short novella, so there wasn’t enough time to really delve into their lives, but I didn’t feel like anything was missing. I got to know them enough to be fully invested in their relationship and their happiness. There is a delightful magical undertone to the story, and I know I already used the word “charming,” but that is the best way to describe that magic.
While little Clementine is only in the story for a few pages, she plays an important role in what happens with her dad and Logan. She’s just young enough to have no filter and tries to play matchmaker. It’s adorable, and I actually giggled.
It’s obvious Shawn and Logan get their HEA, and I’m very satisfied with that. However, and I’m not going to give it away since the epilogue is awesome! I’ve never read anything like it, and it’s really going to stick with me. I enjoyed Snowed In: Shawn and Logan so much, and I highly recommend you pick it up.