AFTER THE SNOW MELTS
He’s got to find a way to tell his best friend that he wants him—or lose him forever.
Rich, popular, and gorgeous Bryan Deschamps pines from afar for his best friend. He loathes the idea of helping Elliot score a date for the snow dance. With his time running out, Bryan must find a way to capture his buddy’s attention—and that means boldly leaving an anonymous card in his main man’s locker.
Grateful for Bryan’s friendship ever since he moved from his Ojibway community to Thunder Bay to attend high school, Elliot Wasacase can’t disclose his true feelings, or he’ll lose the one true friend he has. Upon discovering an unsigned card in his locker from an admiring dude, he’s terrified someone knows his secret but suspects the person might be Bryan.
When Bryan’s car breaks down, stranding them on top of the mountain during a snowstorm, the two must either take a leap of faith or let fear and clashing beliefs cost them what they truly desire.
Genre(s): Interracial, m/m contemporary romance, LGBT, young adult.
Heat Rating: Level 2
Publication Date: March 13, 2020
Publisher: eXtasy Books
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“This is a timeless young adult story that will always be up to date.” –Crucify My Love Gay Book Reviews (Read more here)
“Wow no double wow….” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)
“Elliott and Bryan had to be one of the sweetest coming of age couples I’ve read in a while.” –BookBub Reviewer (Read more here)
“Maggie Blackbird ‘s After the Snow Melts was a good, sweet coming of age, young love story. ” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)
“Ms. Blackbird created absolutely likeable characters. I hope to read more about their future. Well done!” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)
“This was a very nice book to read, with realistic characters, and a storyline that’s timeless. I always enjoy this author and glimpses into her native background.” –Kobo Reviewer (Read more here)
“The storyline caught my attention at the very beginning and kept me interested throughout the entire book.” –BookBub Reviewer (Read more here)