From Norwegian archipelago to St. Petersburg, Russia and back came the long-suppressed love story of Radimir and Aleksandr.
I just realized this was part of "Arctic Love" series and I haven't read any of them nor any book by TT Kove. But I felt this was a quite straightforward story, so here's my thought.
I usually loved friends to lovers theme but this one... hovers in between. I didn't hate it, but not particularly liking it either. Best friends and suppressed love since school years could be tricky and risky; it's a he loves me, he loves me not
feeling. Confessed and he loved me back
OR said I love you and ruined our friendship
. That much I got. But Lesya
, come up with something new than your whining he's a player
why didn't you! It was tiring to read this sentence over and over again. You were not exactly a commitment-ready kind of guy yourself, so just ZIP IT!!!
That saying, I actually loved the premises of this story, not often finding book setting in Norway and Russia. There was too little exploration of those to my liking :p (and too much of Lesya's whining). I'd just try to find out whether the other books in the series had more of Norway for me to read. :DNote: Thank you Less Than Three Press for the book given via LT3 Goodreads Group