World Turned Upside Down by Elyse Springer

World Turned Upside Down by Elyse Springer
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (90 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

After three winters in Antarctica, Simon Bancroft is an old hand on the ice. The harsh weather and extreme isolation aren’t for everyone, but he enjoys the tight-knit community at McMurdo Station… and lately he’s enjoyed watching the hot new researcher, Asher Delaney, who’s recently arrived to study the aurora. But Simon’s just a janitor. Asher doesn’t even know he exists.
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When Simon’s friends propose a wager, he gets a chance to introduce himself to Asher at last. But Asher defies all of Simon’s assumptions, and suddenly he finds himself reevaluating everything he thought he knew about Asher, himself, and falling in love at the bottom of the world.

Simon had been working down in Antarctica for quite a while, but never had he experienced a crush as serious as his feelings for Asher. And while the next four months of winter-over extended out before him, Simon knew it could be either the hottest and best time of his life, or awkward and miserable if Asher wasn’t interested. Can the two men find common ground at the bottom of the world?

I have to admit, I love a good Antarctica story. I’m a total sucker for these and I couldn’t help myself – I needed to read this. I’m really glad I gave this a go – funny, light and with a number of interesting characters this was a good short read. I really liked how Simon and Asher didn’t just take one glance at each other and hop into bed. That would have been a simple and easy way to get them together since the icy and isolated setting meant neither man was spoiled for choice of romantic partners. So the fact that both men – in their own ways – had to work to connect and even form a relationship meant both that I was more invested in them as a couple but also I appreciated it a lot more when I could see them get to know each other and find their spark together.

Readers looking for an intense and highly erotic M/M might not find this quite suits what they’re after. While there is certainly hot sex, I personally found most of the focus of the book was on the deep and emotional relationship growing and flourishing between the two men. Readers who like a whole load of intimacy and emotional connections with their romance should find this really satisfies. I loved how while Simon had a load of intensely erotic fantasies about the dead-sexy Asher, the reality was even better – a kind, caring and sweet guy who wanted Simon for many reasons and not just for the chemistry burning between them in the bedroom.

Fun, interesting and sexy I found this to be a great book with loads to recommend it. With interesting main and secondary characters, a great and solid plot and plenty of deliciously ice-melting sex this was a good read and an author I shall enjoy checking out again in the near future.

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