Book Review: Spring Frost Romance by Johnny Miles

Reviewed by Astros

Title: Spring Frost Romance
Author: Johnny Miles
Heroes: Jackson & Griffin
Genre: M/M Fantasy Romance
Length: 143 pages
Publisher: Deep Desires Press
Release Date: June 26, 2020
Available at: Amazon
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb: Spring is coming, and under the melting frost, desire stirs…

Jackson Frost is youthful and charming, even if he can come off as a bit cold at times. Griffin Kloss is a gruff, 30-year-old failed businessman in need of nurture as he licks his wounds. When the two meet, it’s love at first sight. And there’s something about Jackson that’s magical.

And mysterious.

Jackson has secrets, and with the spring thaw coming, it’s harder for him to keep them from his lover. As Griffin deals with an ailing mother and a life that seems to slip away, he longs to hold onto Jackson, even if it means denying the worst of his fears.

Some things are not meant to last, but Griffin is determined to find the one exception, even if he must learn to believe in a new kind of magic.

The magic of the heart…



Overall, I was pretty satisfied with Spring Frost Romance. This is a romance story with a fantasy twist to it. It is a love at first sight type of story, and it was done pretty well and it was reaaally cute. At first, I didn’t think I would be on board with the romance just because it didn’t feel quite believable at the beginning. BUT that was not the case at all. As I read and got to know the characters, they grew on me I thought they were sweet. Not only is this story romantic, but it is also very hot. There are quite a few sex scenes that are….very steamy.

All the characters are likeable and interesting but let me mention the friend group in here. Oh man, the friendships were what I liked the most. Their dynamics are really captivating and there are a lot of funny moments as well.

Lastly, the reason this book got the rating it did is because of it ended somewhat abruptly. In my opinion, something that could have been explored more was solved in the last two chapters. Nonetheless, this is a swoony, light-hearted read that does what it’s set to do. I recommend it, it is quite satisfying!

Overall Impression: It was good

*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for a fair and honest review.*

Categories: 3 Star Ratings, Book Review, Guest Reviewer, LGBT, Published in 2020 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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