BioBrigham Vaughn is starting the adventure of a lifetime as a full-time writer. She devours books at an alarming rate and hasn’t let her short arms and long torso stop her from doing yoga. She makes a killer key lime pie, hates green peppers, and loves wine tasting tours. A collector of vintage Nancy Drew books and green glassware, she enjoys poking around in antique shops and refinishing thrift store furniture. An avid photographer, she dreams of traveling the world and she can’t wait to discover everything else life has to offer her.
Brigham Vaughn's Train to Snowhere was absolutely perfect. I loved the idea of a missed train leading to the perfect trip. Amazing!
This was such a sweet story of two old college friends reuniting and finally finding their “right moment.”
First off, I love the title. Secondly, I’ve discovered I really love a good second chance romance, and this story is a perfect example. Noah and Simon met in college, but the time was never right for them to get together as more than friends before Noah left to join a minor league hockey team. Now, a decade later, they run into each other on the Snow Train, a sightseeing day trip in Canada. Both men are unattached and it’s clear the years between hasn’t dimmed the spark between them. While they finally get a chance to be together, they need to figure out if this day trip can actually turn into something more. Brigham Vaughn’s characters always feel like flesh and blood people the reader happens to meet and start talking with. I could feel the longing between Noah and Simon, and was eager to see if they got to their HEA. I am a life-long resident of Michigan, and I know Brigham lives in Michigan as well, so I was happy to see Sault Ste Marie, or The Soo, both Michigan and Canadian sides, used as a setting, with the cold and beauty of an Upper Peninsula winter captured perfectly.
Train to Snowhere is a lovely story about second chances and being in the right place at the right time. Brigham Vaughn writes with emotion and prose that will leave you wishing this story would never end.
Train to Snowhere is a sweet, emotional journey with fantastic scenery--both outside the train and in the steamy interactions between the two main characters! I loved how real these guys felt, how genuine their connection. By the end, I didn't feel like I was reading a short story at all. I finished with a happy sigh.
I recently beta'd the next story in the Midwest Series: Push & Pull, and really enjoyed meeting some unforgettable characters. Don't miss out on this great series!
Free Book Giveaways
Trust the Connection - Valentine's Day Short
If you loved Evan and Jeremy from the full-length novel "Trust the Connection" you'll appreciate this brief glimpse into their future.
It's a 500+ word flash fic set on Valentine's Day.
Southampton Sea Breeze
Despite having known each other for half their lives, it took years of heartache before Carter Hamilton and Riley Porter-Wright could admit they were perfect for each other. They’re in a great place now, and neither wants to rock the boat, but that hasn’t stopped Carter from thinking it’s time to ask Riley a certain question that’s been on his mind.
Publisher's Note: This free story is linked to The Speakeasy series, and features Carter and Riley from Calm and Wake
Inked in Blood
Jeff Holloway is a skater with a killer smile. He’s also a vampire who prowls the dark corners of San Francisco. Santiago Alvarez, the owner of Iron & Ink, has a huge secret. When he bumps into Jeff on the sidewalk near his shop, he’s intrigued but hesitant to let anyone get close. An unexpected event changes everything for both men, and neither of their futures will ever be the same.
Sunburns & Sunsets
Best friends Eric Carver and Kris Strider have always shared everything.
Except for Eric’s growing attraction to Kris.
On a camping trip to celebrate the end of the school year, a sunburn leads to fooling around and a whole lot of questions for both of them.
Kris has never been involved with a guy before, so what is he supposed to do now? Eric has begun to fall for his best friend but is it worth risking twelve years of friendship?
Unless they’re careful, someone will get burned.