Review: One Warm Winter
One Warm Winter Multicultural Romance Dafina Publishing
Pub Date 26 Mar 2019
The Book Bar Gives This One🍹🍹🍹
Is it possible to know who you are, if it is not clear where you come from?
We learn in the beginning that Wynter is adopted by tech billionaire with political aspirations. Although her father adorns her and showers her with the best of everything, he neglects to give her the only thing she has really wanted…HIM. As a child she experiences a near kidnapping attempt and her father spares no expense to have her protected round the clock.
Cullen, ex-military-special forces has had enough security details that have been just as dangerous as being on the front line. After his last assignment, he thinks retirement may come sooner than expected. When he gets the call for Wynter’s detail, he figures guarding a spoiled rich girl is just what he needs for his last hoorah……Oh Cullen😱 this one just may be the most difficult one yet!
Wynter has always known there was some family secret that shadowed her, but when the media leaks a scandal surrounding her father and parentage, she seeks answers from him only to get radio silence. It is Cullen, that keeps her safe during this time whisking her away to a disclosed island under the disguise of being lovers. This get away gave them a chance to get to know each other on a another level.
When the details surrounding the family’s truth is finally exposed it is painful and yet heartwarming.
While I did enjoy this read and it was well worth the time, I would’ve liked a little more detail of Wynter and her father’s backstory.
I was provided an ARC of this book by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.