This book was part of a blog tour I was given a copy for my honest review2 1/2 starsMiranda got sick right after she finished college, now she has no money and won't have a home anymore. Her roommate/friends get her a job as the personal chef to Michael de Bracy and his group who are going up to a house in the middle of nowhere. When a snowstorm hits and three people are murdered Miranda doesn't know who the killer could be, all she knows is she has been falling in love with de Bracy and he could be the killer. Aspen House was a very quick read; I read the entire thing in less than two hours. The plotline itself was interesting and the author did a great job keeping you guessing at whom the killer was, however, the characters were one dimensional. Miranda was the only one who seemed to have any personality and even that seemed to taper off as the book progressed. There seemed to be no reason why Miranda and de Bracy ended up together, beyond her liking him before they even met. The ending was a bit anticlimactic and seemed rushed. If this book was a bit longer, the characters had more personality and the romance angle was explored a little more, this would be a great book. The core of the story is there, I just think some things got messed up in the execution.