Blossom in Winter is a erotic romance about forbidden love. The main character, Petra, a young and innocent girl falls in love with her godfather and he with her.
In so many ways the content of this book is so wrong, but at the same time just so very right. The love that she and Alex share is so sweet and real that you just can’t help, but fall in love with their relationship.
I found that the characters were developed perfectly and that they came alive by every single word I read.
The book was written perfectly and I couldn’t help but fall in love with it. It became an obsession from the very first page and I’m quite sad now that I’ve finished it and I look forward to reading the second book in the series, “Lured Into Love”.
I would recommend it to any fan of erotic romance and also to people who are in relationships with a big age gap, because Alex is 22 years older that Petra.
I do not recommend it to people who don’t like erotic romance novels and also to people who don’t like unconventional relationships as we deal with it in this book.
It took me a while to get used to the the fact that Petra was in a relationship with her godfather, but as you get used to the idea, it really isn’t that bad when you see what type of love they share. I actually found myself liking their relationship later on in the book.
What I liked most about Blossom in Winter was how well Petra and Alex’s affection towards each other were interpreted. I found that it added to their physical attraction to each other, which finally adds to the book in the end.
What I disliked most about this book would probably be the fact that some of the characters in the book objectify women, but I do think that it also adds to making the book more realistic even known I don’t I’m not particularly fond of people who are like that.