Series: Snow & Winter Collection
Book #: 1
Genre: Amateur sleuth mystery, contemporary gay romance
Length: 35,000 words (novella)
Publisher: Emporium Press
Release Date: April 8, 2021
Blurb: Interlude is a collection of short stories spanning the complete timeline of the Snow & Winter series, beginning with The Mystery of Nevermore, to after the conclusion of The Mystery of the Bones. They feature the point of view of Sebastian Snow and Calvin Winter and consist of mini mysteries, as well as scenes from daily life.
Please note: While many of these titles were previously made available for free to readers, they have all since been rewritten, expanded, and edited for this collection. Several shorts are brand-new and exclusive, including Someone’s in the Wall, St. Louis What Now?, and Trope: Only One Bed.
This is a collection of short stories set in the Snow & Winter universe, showing us moments in time in Calvin and Sebastian’s relationship that fall in different parts of the series. You really need to read Interlude after reading the series for maximum enjoyment.
I loved getting to witness the growing intimacy between Sebastian and Calvin, and that even if things weren’t always easy for them, seeing how they grew so much as individuals and as a couple in the time they’d been together and how they dealt with life and a few mysteries was delightful.
This is a must-read for fans of the series!
*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure, a review wasn’t a requirement. ***
C.S. Poe Bio:
C.S. Poe is a Lambda Literary and two-time EPIC award finalist, and a FAPA award-winning author of gay mystery, romance, and speculative fiction.
She resides in New York City, but has also called Key West and Ibaraki, Japan, home in the past. She has an affinity for all things cute and colorful and a major weakness for toys. C.S. is an avid fan of coffee, reading, and cats. She’s rescued two cats—Milo and Kasper do their best to distract her from work on a daily basis.
C.S. is an alumna of the School of Visual Arts.
Her debut novel, The Mystery of Nevermore, was published 2016.
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