Book Review: Snow Falling by Davidson King

Reviewed by Nikyta

Title: Snow Falling
Author: Davidson King
Series: Haven Hart Universe #1
Heroes: Snow & Christopher
Genre: M/M Contemporary
Length: 202 pages
Publisher: Self-Published
Release Date: November 27, 2017
Available at: Amazon
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb: After running from a past destined to kill him, Snow has been hiding on the streets.

Tell nobody your name.
Tell nobody your secrets.
Trust nobody!
These are the rules of the streets.

His entire life changes when he saves an eight-year-old boy from a violent end.

Christopher Manos is one of the most powerful crime bosses in the country.

Don’t ask anyone to do something you aren’t willing to do yourself.
Secrets can get you killed.
Trust nobody!
These are the rules he lives by.

When his eight-year-old nephew disappears, he never expects the boy’s savior to end up being his own.

A man with a dangerous past and a man with a dangerous future find love amidst murder and mayhem. But with Snow’s life being threatened at every turn, will Christopher’s best be enough to prevent Snow Falling?



When I read Hug It Out, I was immensely curious about the relationship between Snow and Christopher, I was so anxious to get to their story so I read it right after. And I loved every minute of it! I loved that Snow was jaded to life by living on the streets and what he’s been put through but that didn’t stop him from having a caring heart. As for Christopher, he was so intense, I loved him as a crime boss. It was interesting that he wouldn’t let his men do anything unless he was wiling to do it himself. He was a definite hard ass but he also was willing to give second chances to those that deserved it. He also had a major soft spot for Snow as soon as he saw him, which I adored.

I loved the chemistry between them but I really enjoyed watching them dance around the relationship that forms. It was endearing seeing how Snow reacts to Christopher’s nephew and how much Christopher cherished that. But the best thing of all is that neither of them cared about the actions of their past so I liked how deeply their relationship developed because of that and how much they cared for one another. With that said, I really liked seeing how Bill came into the fold. Bill shows just how great of a boss Christopher can be and I adored the way that was handled.

My only issue with this one is it had a lot of smut in it. Granted, I adored Christopher and Snow together but I ended up skimming some of the sex because it was just too much for my tastes.

All in all, I loved this book. Yes, I read it after Hug It Out because I was super curious about Snow and Christopher but I loved that because I got to see how their story began with already knowing how it ended and I adored every minute of it. I loved that Snow and Christopher had similarities but also differences and they both understood that you had to make hard choices sometimes. I just loved them together and reading them makes me want to re-read Hug It Out again. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series! Definitely give it a go if you’re looking for a great mafia story.

Overall Impression: I really liked it!

*I purchased my own, personal copy of this book for review.*

Categories: 4 Star Ratings, Book Review, LGBT, Nikyta's Reviews, Published in 2017 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Book Review: Snow Falling by Davidson King

  1. Davidson King

    THANK you so so much this was such an awesome surprise! THANK YOU a million times

  2. Pingback: Book Review: Raven’s Hart by Davidson King | The Blogger Girls

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